TBS launches 3D Games
The cable TV company opens a games section on its official site that features Virtual Warfare, Invincible, Dark Orbit, and other games.
TBS Superstation has announced the launch of its 3D Games section at its official Web site. The new games section includes Virtual Warfare, a tactical action sequel to War Games, which was released in February to promote the TBS movie of the same name. A free demo of the game is available, and the full version can be purchased for $19.97. The site also includes the martial arts game Invincible, the arcade-action game Blasterball Wild, and the sci-fi action game Dark Orbit. The games were developed by WildTangent. For more information, visit the TBS Web site.
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