Heroes The Phone Game

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  1. SoulManX

    SoulManX The Inspector!

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    NEW YORK -- Five years from now, will there be anything your iPod won’t do?
    Not content being a go-to gadget for music, movies, even books, surfing the web – the list goes on – playing video games is starting to gain prominence on that list.




    Game-making giant Electronic Arts has added “Sudoku,” “Tetris,” “Sims Bowling” and “Sims Pool” to its growing list of titles tailored to the iPods unique controls.

    “Apple's done a really good job of working with us to develop games just based on this one-touch and using the click wheel,” says Matt Marquess of Electronic Arts.

    There are more than a dozen iPod games are available on iTunes for about $5 apiece.



    But right now using your iPod can't make you a hero who can save the world by first saving the cheerleader. Your mobile phone,


    though, can. As fans of the hit NBC TV series eagerly await a console or PC game, Gameloft's mobile version of “Heroes” should tide them over with eleven stages that closely follow the story line of the show's first season. You play as Peter, Hiro, and Niki, with other characters also making some brief cameos to either help you or get in your way. The game is playable on most phones through most
    carriers for


    around $3.


    Or, if you'd prefer to use your phone as a weapon to defeat your own friends, “Pictionary” no longer has to be played just by the fireplace. Up to four people can play together wherever they happen to be. One person draws, it gets sent to the others to see who can guess correctly first. Bonus here: pictures can be saved as phone wallpaper.

    It’s the same idea with Sims DJ where you work your way through the world of DJing. As part of the game, you create some unique tracks which can then be saved as cell phone rings. But you'll have to wait until we ring in the month of December for both of those EA titles.



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  2. Eddie Brock

    Eddie Brock Golden Domer

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    I'm sorry, but Heroes should never have a video game in any format.

    It's just NOT one of those shows.
     

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