Game-makers are already flocking to the $99 device, which the company promises will be able to run traditional and 3D games up to 1080p HD. Some names that the company has already dropped among its 12,000 developers include Double Fine Productions, Square Enix, and Vlambeer. But there's still no word on what the game landscape will look like on (the new) launch day, so it's possible there will be a clearer picture in the coming weeks.
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