Games

Modern Combat 5 is the best shooter you can find on Windows Phone

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Modern Combat 5 hitting Windows and Windows Phone this Thursday

Apps

Tweetium beta now available for existing owners on Windows Phone 8.1

Games

Dungeon Gems is the latest free Gameloft game for Windows Phone and Windows 8

Xbox

PSA: Xbox Live connectivity issues affecting Xbox 360 and Xbox One; Netflix and Twitch also down

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Blitz Brigade also launches on Windows 8, opening up the action on the big screen

Xbox

PSA: Xbox Live currently experiencing issues, impacts Xbox One and Xbox Music

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Gameloft brings the big guns in Blitz Brigade for some Windows Phone carnage

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Gameloft brings medieval battles to Windows 8 with Rival Knights

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Gameloft releases 'Order & Chaos Duels' free card game for Windows Phone

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My Little Pony brings love and friendship to the realms of Windows and Windows Phone

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Heroes of Order and Chaos from Gameloft does battle on Windows Phone and Windows 8

Games

GT Racing 2 speeds onto Windows Phone with impressive visuals

Apps

Hilton HHonors app makes booking your stay even easier

Apps

7-Eleven drops Windows Phone support

Xbox

Xbox One coming to India in September starting at INR 39,990

Games

Spider-Man Unlimited coming to Windows Phone in September

Games

Modern Combat 5: Blackout teaser trailer brings the noise to Venice

Xbox

Xbox Live Gold members can now get two free games on their Xbox One

Apps

Hot out of the oven, Pizza Hut app update addresses nagging bugs

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Assassin’s Creed, Oregon Trail Available in Marketplace

Just a month ago we were collectively salivating over the apps that Windows Phone 7 makes possible. Now, many of those apps (specifically games) are coming to fruition as more titles show up in the Windows Phone Marketplace. Two more classics are now available on your Windows Phone 7 device as Gameloft’s Assassin’s Creed ($6.99) and The Oregon Trail ($4.99) are available for download.

We’ll be reviewing both titles in the next several days, so keep an eye out for those. Both games are Xbox Live titles, so trial versions are available. Let us know your first impressions in the comments.

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theefman says:

I could be enjoying all these goodies if not for those morons at Dell!

Melk says:

Same here, only it's because of Rogers. :(

Flintchip says:

Why are these games so expensive? And why is it more expensive in the UK... £5.49 for a $6.99 game? should be more like £4.30..