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Rockstar's PlayStation 2-era Grand Theft Auto trilogy is now available for Amazon's Android-powered Fire TV and Kindle Fire tablet devices. Starting this week, Android versions of Grand Theft Auto 3 ($4.99), Grand Theft Auto: Vice City ($4.99), and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas ($6.99) are avail...

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While the Amazon Fire TV is "absolutely not a game console," developers such as Telltale Games and now Jackbox Games are already supporting the media-streaming device. The Chicago-based developer launched both You Don't Know Jack Party and a new trivia party game Fibbage for free on the Fire TV tod...

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Amazon just revealed its $99 Fire TV game and video streaming device today, and unveiled a $40 Bluetooth game pad to go along with it. As it turns out, developers appear to have the option to make their Amazon Fire TV games compatible with other controllers. "I don't have the full data set, if a...

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Amazon has finally revealed the game controller for its new Fire TV video streaming device. Lo and behold, it looks exactly like the controller that was leaked last month. It sports a familiar layout with dual analogue sticks, a D-pad, and typical face and function buttons. It also features what lo...

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