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Gameloft has just announced that they have entered into a long-term multiplatform agreement with Epic Games to use the Unreal Engine 3 for upcoming projects. Currently, Gameloft is working on four games using the Unreal Developer Kit, with two scheduled for release in 2011, and two in 2012. No word is given on what these titles will be, but the press release does state that they are developing for iOS, Android, PSN, and Set-top boxes.

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bradinterview

As many know, Sony has taken aim at the iOS in one of its "Marcus" PSP ads. In the ad they use the name Lame Castle to poke fun at the iOS's game market. Well, the indie developer Be-Rad Entertainment turned the joke on them when they released Lame Castle as an iOS and Android game. Jayce Diaz, Glitchy Tasty's Managing Editor recently had an interview with Brad Johnson, creator of Lame Castle and Be-Rad Entertainment to talk about how the game came to be, his take on mobile development and what's next for Lame Castle and B-rad Entertainment. Hint: Lame Castle Free should hit the App Store tomorrow.

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psphoneheader

Talk about drama. Yesterday, images of the fabled "Playstation Phone" swept the web. While Engadget seems to believe what they have is legit, there are more than a few of us (myself included) who remain skeptical. In short; the device was plain, ugly, noticeably dirty, and noticeably edited. I get that it's a prototype, but it just doesn't look like a Sony device, let alone a prototype (which wouldn't be so used-looking). I've included a gallery below.

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