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JumpStart’s School of Dragons now on iPhone with HTTYD2 Updates

If you’re like me, then you have already seen How To Train Your Dragon 2 at least 5 times, and you are calling it the best movie of the year. If you’re even more like me, you want to spend more time in that world with Hiccup, Toothless and all the Riders of Berk. Well, I have good news for those of you who want more Dragons.

JumpStart® is announcing yet another monumental addition to School of Dragons® with the release of the iPhone version of the app. School of Dragons is a critically-acclaimed science education-focused 3D massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG) based on the How to Train Your Dragon franchise from DreamWorks Animation. The game recently won the 2014 Appy Award for the Branded Gaming App category, and boasts a user base consisting of over 5 million players.

Hyrule Warriors Show Link Gameplay

Omega Force and Team Ninja’s new Legend of Zelda-flavored crowd brawler, Hyrule Warriors (Zelda Musou in Japan), is only a couple of months away from reaching the West, and what better way to get everyone excited than to show off gameplay footage featuring the franchise’s main man, Link.

You can check out how the blonde, green garb wearing hero fights in the video below:

Watch a 30-Minute Dungeon Run from Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment

If you can’t get enough of Sword Art Online whether it’s in anime or game form, The Dengeki Online has you covered, as it has recently posted a hefty preview video for Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment. Clocking in at a respectable 30 mins, the video features a full dungeon run. It should be enough to show you what’s waiting when you get your grubby little mitts on the game.

JumpStart’s School of Dragons® Now on Android, iPad, Facebook, and Web

TORRANCE, CALIF. – March 18, 2013 — JumpStart® is proud to announce the School of Dragons® game has just launched on the Android platform and is now available in Google Play™ and Amazon® app stores for Android-powered tablets. The app adds to the game’s existing, robust platform portfolio which includes an iPad app, Facebook game, and web browser game.

The School of Dragons game brings DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon franchise to life through vivid, 3D graphics and highly interactive education and mission-based gameplay. The game is one of the first educational massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPG) to provide players with seamless, synchronizing mobile and web gameplay. Users can have their game progress update to whatever platform they decide to play on.

New Videos for Pokemon X/Y Gameplay and Anime

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Two new videos have just been released for the latest installment in the Pokemon franchise, Pokemon X and Y, with one clip showing off the gameplay for the upcoming 3DS games while the other shows off the upcoming anime.

The gameplay clip demonstrates a few nifty features of the game, where you can fish and surf, but the more interesting part is when they use Honedge in battle. Honedge is one of the new Pokemon to be introduced in X and Y, and is a ghost/steel type that appears as a possessed ancient sword with an eye on the hilt. The Pokemon X and Y games is scheduled to arrive on the Nintendo 3DS worldwide on October 12.

Ben 10: Omniverse for the Wii

Introducing Ben 10: Omniverse's Co-Op Partner, Rook

I recently took my Wii out of its box (I’ve been gaming exclusively on the PC nowadays, so the Wii had to retire back to its packaging) because I got a hold of the Wii version of Ben 10: Omniverse, which I found at a local game store being sold for a measly 500 pesos (roughly $12). I felt ecstatic that I found a brand new copy selling for less than half of its retail price. I also remembered that we have a lot of Ben 10 fans on the site, so I might as well try and give you my take on the game.

I won’t beat around the bush or waste your time with several hundred words before you find out if Ben 10: Omniverse for the Wii is good or not. It’s not. It turns out there is a pretty good reason why it’s marked down on the store. Now, if you’re interested in what exactly made the game a disappointment, read on:

Transformers Prime Debut Trailer and Gameplay Preview

Transformers Prime Debut Trailer and Gameplay Preview

Hasbro’s latest videogame based on their Transformers Prime franchise is scheduled to roll out this year for both the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo 3DS systems via Now Production, and for the Nintendo DS via Altron Corporation. A couple of clips have been released recently, one serving as the official debut trailer, and the other highlighting the gameplay:

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