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Let’s cut to the chase: you know those 10 new nifty Gameboy Advance Ambassador games you just bagged on your 3DS? There’s a trick to changing the resolution and shrinking the picture. Are you ready for the secret? Grab your notepad, because this one’s time consuming: hold select when your GBA game starts. There you go – your resolution is now the original size!

A lot of sources are reporting that they find the new mode “less ugly”, but personally, I’m used to the screen-stretching effect, and I couldn’t care less either way (but hey, the article gave me an excuse to post a Minish Cap picture, so I can’t really go wrong here).

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If you like Dragon Ball Z esque action, and don’t like the licensed Namco Bandai Dragon Ball games, you’re pretty much out of luck: that is, provided you haven’t heard of Caster yet. Mike Smith, programmer for Hidden Path Entertainment, created Caster as a side project of sorts, and it really took off. The trailer really shows it all, but the game centers around running really fast, kicking bug ass, and shooting psychic beams to a high intensity soundtrack.

Truth be told I’m generally not very interested in Indie Games (there are just too many to follow), but I was sold immediately by the trailer, and rave reviews across the interwebs. Caster is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux: you can grab the demo here and see if its worth the $4.99. You can also buy the iPhone version for $2.99 (which I just did). Hell, I’d buy that song for $2.99.

Curses! I’ve benefited off every Gameloft promotion except this one – I actually bought Siberian Strike the first day I got my iPod Touch because I loved the demo so much. Confused? Read on!

Every day, one of the biggest iPhone devs, Gameloft, is giving away a free game with a small two hour window, at random times (sometimes even at 4:00 AM).

Siberian Strike still has a little time left (as of 12:30 PM EST), so go grab it now! Stay tuned to Gamer Limit, where we’ll attempt to keep you updated as much as possible.

Here’s a tip: even if you do not own an Apple device, download iTunes, make an account, and download the game for free! Who knows, maybe one day you’ll get an iTouch for Christmas, and you’ll have 100 free games waiting for it.

Every day, one of the biggest iPhone devs, Gameloft, is giving away a free game with a small two hour window, at random times (sometimes even at 4:00 AM).

Rogue Planet still has a little time left, so go grab it now! Stay tuned to Gamer Limit, where we’ll attempt to keep you updated as much as possible.

Here’s a tip: even if you do not own an Apple device, download iTunes, make an account, and download the game for free! Who knows, maybe one day you’ll get an iTouch for Christmas, and you’ll have 100 free games waiting for it.

Every day, one of the biggest iPhone devs, Gameloft, is giving away a free game with a small two hour window, at random times (sometimes even at 4:00 AM!).

Hero of Sparta still has a little time left, so go grab it now! Stay tuned to Gamer Limit, where we’ll attempt to keep you updated as much as possible.

Here’s a tip: even if you do not own an Apple device, download iTunes, make an account, and download the game for free! Who knows, maybe one day you’ll get an iTouch for Christmas, and you’ll have 100 free games waiting for it!

Saving money is one of the hardest things to do – period. It requires tons of time, effort, and sometimes painstaking research to skim a few bucks off of your daily expenses.

But it certainly isn’t impossible, especially in the gaming realm, where technology and sales go hand in hand. Feel free to jump into my (hopefully) helpful guide below, and save a few bucks in the process. Warning: it’s pretty lengthy, so grab a discount Sam’s Club soda and relax. Read more… »

It is my life long dream to watch Scarface 50 times. Pacino puts on probably has best performance outside of Dog Day Afternoon, it pushed many violence boundaries for it’s time, and the movie is pretty entertaining from start to finish.

While it’s not as classic as the film, the iPhone game Scarface: Last Stand is available for free all day from the iTunes store. Last Stand basically plays like a Time Crisis on rails shooter, and features dialogue, and locales from the actual movie. It wasn’t worth the regular $6.99 entry price, but for free, I’ll take it!


Every day, one of the biggest iPhone devs, Gameloft, is giving away a free game with a small two hour window, at random times (sometimes even at 4:00 AM!).

Bailout Wars still has a little time left, so go grab it now! Stay tuned to Gamer Limit, where we’ll attempt to keep you updated as much as possible.

Here’s a tip: even if you do not own an Apple device, download iTunes, make an account, and download the game for free! Who knows, maybe one day you’ll get an iTouch for Christmas, and you’ll have 100 free games waiting for it!