Scribblenauts Unlimited Hands-On Preview - Sticky Trigger

Sticky Trigger writes; "5th Cell have been working on making player-oriented game designs for quite a while now. Starting almost half a decade ago on the underrated Drawn to Life, they eventually started with the more ambitious and creative Scribblenauts franchise and after creating a bunch of titles, Scribblenauts Unlimited could be the be-all end-all of the series. I got a hands-on with the Wii U version of the game, but I'm even more excited about the Steam/Steamworks version that will be released in November."

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Dovahkiin4003d ago

Steam version? I did not know about this, Exciting.


The 10 Best Mario Cameos in Other Games

Jared writes: "Mario in Metal Gear? The best Mario cameos aren't always in the games you'd expect. Check out the top guest appearances the portly plumber has to his name."

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10 Words You Won't Believe Actually Work in Scribblenauts

Scribblenauts has long been a series lauded for its wealth of adjectives and nouns. Sometimes, it's astounding to discover exactly how far this can go, and that's why we have gone to the trouble of scouring for the most obscure and curious words that somehow yield results.

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Scribblenauts: On the discovery and demise of video game franchises

Having recently found out about Scribblenauts, the fate of 5th Cell is hard to witness.

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DualWielding2736d ago

the problem of scribblenauts is that it just couldn't work on Playstation/Xbox... Nintendo, PC and Mobile was not enough to support the franchise

grashopper2736d ago

Why wouldn't it? Think it would work great with the PlayStation second screen app. Doesn't Xbox have something similar too? Use the phone or tablet to type and the controller to play.

CorndogBurglar2736d ago

I'm not real sure a 2nd screen is even necessary. I've only played the DC Comics one, but they could have easily mapped all of the buttons from the touch screen to a controller to pull up the menus.....