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GamesBeat weekly roundup: King sues copycat company, Nintendo reveals the 2DS

Above: If your combo meter is full, you can finish enemies off with special attacks called Judgements.

Image Credit: Marvelous USA

If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.

This week, a judge allows Rhode Island to continue its lawsuit against 38 studios founder Curt Schilling, Nintendo reveals an new 2D version of the 3DS, and Candy Crush Saga developer King launches a lawsuit over alleged copyright infringement.

You’ll also find reviews for Killer is Dead and Madden NFL 25.


News:


Announcements, patches, and reveals:


One of the many booths at Gamescom.

Xbox One vs. PS4:


Mobile news:


Social, social, social:


Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting for the Virtual Boy console.

Above: Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting for the Virtual Boy console.

Image Credit: Planet VB

Tech:


Trailer hoedown:


Ruh-roh:


Uwe Boll

Above: Film director Uwe Boll

Image Credit: Uwe Boll

All this funding:


Reviews:


Pieces of flair:


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