For anyone who had doubts about OnLive's support for Android and touch-enabled gaming, you finally have a reason to shelve those fears for good. In an effort to being top-notch, high-quality games to the mobile masses, OnLive has unveiled a fully touch capable version of L.A. Noire, ready to play, right now.
What does this mean for you, the Android-loving, mobile-gaming faithful? It means that...
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Ed. note: The game was sideloaded on a Toshiba Thrive, as it doesn't natively install from the Android Market.
Oh, boy, here we go again. One man stranded on a spaceship? Been there. Hordes of Necromorphs? Done that. On Android? Well now, slow down there, Ace. Now we're talking.
Yes, it's finally happened. Electronics Arts has brought its shock-filled, gore-laden,...
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