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<p>Microsoft's conference was actually pretty strong last night and just before it closed it dropped one piece of news that really caught our eye - a streaming service to bring its games to all sorts of devices, including mobile phones.</p><p>Barely any time was spent to elaborate Microsoft's plans on how exactly a streaming service would deliver such games to you iPhone or Android device, but it's quite a promise.</p><p>"The world of gaming is on a historic growth path, where the increasing number of gamers is met with the increasing creative power of game developers. In this significant moment we are challenging ourselves - where can we take gaming next?" said Head of Xbox Phil Spencer.</p><p>"--Our Cloud engineers are building a game-streaming network to unlock console-quality gaming on any device. Not only that, we're dedicated to perfecting your experience everywhere you want to play - on your Xbox, your PC, or your phone."</p><p>We're still in the dark about prices, what games we could expect, and what the requirements for such a thing would be, but we'll definitely be keeping a close eye on things.</p><p>Creature Academy has disappeared from the App Store and Google Play two days after an artist claimed the developer unofficially used his IP.</p><p>The artist is Kevin Konrad Hanna and it's his web comic "Creature Academy: The Legacy" that he claims Kabam has used without officially licensing it.</p><p>His comic was started back in 2011 while Kabam didn't launch its monster-catching RPG Creature Academy on iOS and Android until November 20th 2014.</p><p>Hanna compares his web comic to Kabam's game in a comic strip, which reads:</p><p>"Released a couple of years ago, Creature Academy is about a group of kids who attend a magic school, tasked with collecting magic creatures... (griffons, basilisk, leviathan...) after an epic magic event."</p><p>"Released a few months ago, Kabam's Creature Academy is about a group of kids who attend a magic school, tasked with collecting magic creatures... (griffons, basilisk, leviathan...) after an epic magic event."</p><p>Hanna says that he asked Kabam to change the name of its game after it created brand confusion when he spoke to companies about making a movie and game based on his comic.</p><p>Kabam apparently refused to do so, saying that a graphic novel doesn't give him ownership of a name or story.</p><p>When GamePolitics contacted Kabam about the matter, a representative said the following:</p><p>"The author is wrong on the law and the facts. A single work of authorship, which — even if published prior to Kabam’s game — does not provide trademark protection."</p><p>Hanna read this and found it "maddening." He then talked to his lawyer to check this claim out from Kabam. The response was then quoted in an update to Hanna's Tumblr post:</p><p>"Mr. Hanna has extensive use of the CREATURE ACADEMY trademark in areas outside a single comic book," shutting down Kabam's response immediately.</p><p>But then the lawyer quotes a previous court ruling that states "even a single use in trade may sustain trademark rights if followed by continuous commercial utilization."</p><p>So it seems that what Kabam claims is false.</p><p>The lawyer also added that "Mr. Hanna has been consistently using the CREATURE ACADEMY name for over five years. Mr. Hanna is the rightful owner of the CREATURE ACADEMY trademark."</p><p>Hanna's last public statement on his Tumblr was that he wasn't pursuing a legal battle over this. But noted that he reserves the right to change his mind on that matter.</p><p>Since then, as said, Creature Academy has disappeared from the App Store and Google Play. We don't currently know why this is, or if it'll return.</p>GamePolitics
<p>The upcoming Detective Pikachu film got a new trailer today, giving us a unique glimpse at the first ever live-action Pokemon movie. Many different Pokemon from throughout the years get some screen time, and it’s our chance to see Ryan Reynolds in the starring role as Detective Pikachu himself.</p><p>The trailer transports us to a world where humans and Pokemon live together in harmony, and the set is jam-packed with assorted artifacts from the Pokemon video games in a nice little bit of fan-service for series devotees.</p><p>Customization
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Updated 27th October, 08:50 AM: The day's here at last where you can get your hands on this beautiful game.<p>Vikings: An Archer's Journey is a stunning side-scrolling shooter that's well worth a look, so grab the game here on the App Store for £2.29/$2.99.</p><p>You may have seen PINPIN TEAM's newest title bobbing around recently and for good reason. As of today we've learned that you don't have long to wait for Vikings: An Archer's Journey as it comes out next week.</p><p>With a stunning graphical style, Vikings: An Archer's Journey is a definite mix between endless runner and shooter. You've got to be quick to respond to enemies as you dash across a snowy landscape, but by picking up Runes you can turn the odds more in your favour as they help slow down time, shoot multiple arrows, and many more power-ups.</p><p>There are a variety of stunning baddies, all of whom have a 'cyborg-meets-mythology' feel to them as they stand out with bright, pink eyes. You may notice that it actually looks quite similar to Lichtspeer, the spear-throwing action game which game out recently on console and PC, and will shortly be coming out on PS Vita.</p><p>It's a great looking game, and an interesting concept, but will the play be varied enough to let you sit there and play it for hours on end? We'll have to wait and see. Vikings: An Archer's Journey is so far set for release on the App Store next Thursday 27th October for £2.29/€2.99/$2.99.</p><p>Butterscotch's latest game Crashlands was a huge success on Steam and mobile. It also received an overwhelming support from the press and a 9/10 from us.</p><p>Now that the team had the weekend to cool down and reflect upon the launch, they have written a blog post about the incoming updates.</p><p>First up, Butterscotch is planning a bug-fix update that will address those pesky problems that players found (tentatively scheduled for the end of this week or next week) and then it'll move on to upgrading part of the games in order to smooth the whole experience.</p><p>And finally, and this is the big one, it plans to introduce theCrash-lands Creator: a tool to create and download player-made campaigns. Players will be able to set their own rules inside those and then share them with the world.</p><p>It all sounds like fine additions to a game that already delivered so much. The future seems bright for Crashlands!</p>