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GamesBeat weekly roundup: Flappy Bird, Titanfall, and a new Nintendo Direct

Flappy Bird isn't in mobile app stores any more because it's too addictive, says its creator.

Above: Flappy Bird isn't in mobile app stores any more because it's too addictive, says its creator.

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We’ve had another busy week here at GamesBeat, but you can easily see all our coverage with this convenient collection. You’ll find stories about the rise and fall of Flappy Bird, the Titanfall beta, news from Nintendo, and much more.

Who needs chocolates when you can have video game journalism?


Mobile and social


Game news


Mario Kart 8 will let you drive vertically up walls.

Above: Mario Kart 8 will let you drive vertically up walls.

Image Credit: Nintendo

Nintendo direct


The Flappy Bird saga


Titanfall

Previews and interviews


Reviews


Pieces of flair