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PS Mobile Update: Defend Your Base With WW2: Hills of Glory

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45w ago - Sony PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Paul Sullivan is here with this weeks PS Mobile update, which invites fans to defend their base with WW2: Hills of Glory.

To quote: Every Tuesday, there are new games, apps, and updates added to PlayStation Mobile.

WW2: Hills of Glory by AMA launched this week. There are also updates to 0War, Hyper Reminder, and Mononoke Slashdown. We also have a few price drops this week on two games.

New Releases

WW2: Hills of Glory by Advanced Mobile Applications Limited ($1.99)
Note from the developer:

We are bringing something totally different to you this week; an action-oriented tower defense game called World War 2: Hills of Glory. We have included a little treat for our PlayStation Mobile fans... an exclusive character: Hattori Heinze, the creator of tomato sauce, and also a bloodthirsty ninja in his spare time.

We have also added other exclusive content for PlayStation Mobile users. More characters, weapons, and special powers to help you in some of those wild and crazy battles!

Have fun defending your bunker with over 24 unique weapons (including a nuke!) that we have included in the game. There are over 20 battles to engage in and many interesting characters to unlock and...
 

Sony: Help Defend Video Gaming and Sign the Gamer Petition!

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210w ago - Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA) President Hal Halpin has extended an invitation to video gamers to sign the [Register or Login to view links] to preserve video gaming in America.

To quote: This winter, the game industry – developers, publishers, retailers, et al – will face the single biggest legal challenge that such entertainment, broadly, has ever been up against and in the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).

The State of California had appealed the U.S. Ninth Circuit decision to strike down the so-called CA "video game violence" law in Schwarzenegger v EMA, which every court had done in every such "violent video game" case. But this time was different; For the first time, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review the case (via "accepting certiorari" aka "cert").

To be blunt, none of us expected it and we were all taken back by the decision. Just 1% of cases filed are granted cert – one percent!

At stake: gaming in America. Yes, you read that correctly.

California State Senator Leland Yee (D-San Francisco/San Mateo) is the former child psychologist who championed the "violent video game" bill from inception and is coordinating with California Attorney General,...
 
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