Since 2010's Hydro Thunder Hurricane, developer Vector Unit’s been finding new ways to do what they do best: high-speed water-based racing. With Riptide GP: Renegade they’re taking a stab at adding depth and character. It’s about damn time.
Yokai Watch is heading to smartphones in Japan, reports 4Gamer. Based on the 3DS version, it will be out this fall in Japan on iOS and Android.
Level-5's Layton series has a new protagonist. Meet Lady Layton.
I own a smartwatch. It’s...somewhere around here, gathering dust, because it’s useless when I’ve already got my phone in my pocket. That said, if anything in July 2016 is going to convince me to try using it again, it’s Pokémon Go.
Pokémon Go has only be out in Japan for a few hours. Players need to catch up as soon as they can! Some have come up with some ways they think they can.
You’ve tossed a few PokéBalls, caught a few Caterpies, and spun your way to a few items at the PokéStop, but it’s time to take things to the next level. These tips and tricks will help you go from novice trainer to unbeatable gym leader faster than you can spit out the PokéRap.
Unless of course “here” for you is Japan, Australia or New Zealand and you’ve got an iOS or Android device. Then you can play Lumines: Puzzle & Music right now, soaking up all the “Shines” of the modern puzzle classic before the rest of the world gets it in September.
Pokémon Go’s staggered global release has meant that a lot of Android users have resorted to installing the game via APK file rather than wait for their local Google Play Store. Nintendo would rather you don’t do that.
Augmented reality games like the newly-released Pokémon Go and old-favorite Ingress, aren’t your typical mobile games. They chew through your battery—and data plan—partially because they constantly track your location via GPS. These tips will help you slow the drain, stay charged, and keep comfortable while you play.
The country that created Pokémon still hasn’t seen an official Pokémon Go release. Imagine being the dude who has to tell folks in Japan that they need to wait a bit more before that happens. Kento Suga is said dude.
As wild as the game’s initial reception has been, Pokémon Go’s launch hasn’t been without its problems. So the release of the game in places that aren’t the US, Australia or New Zealand is on hold while the developers sort things out.
Upon reaching level five in Pokémon Go, the player must choose a faction to represent in the battle for Pokémon Gym domination. Are you a member of the calm and analytical Team Mystic, or did you choose one of the other two for some reason?
In case you were worried about having to walk to capture anything in Pokémon Go, my phone’s been sitting at my desk since I downloaded the game this afternoon, and I’ve done alright.
The full, final version of Pokémon GO was released in Australia and New Zealand today. And while the game itself is free, loads of stuff inside it most certainly is not.
When it debuted back in 2012, CSR Racing’s bite-sized bouts of drag racing were just the right amount of driving excitement for mobile gamers. CSR Racing 2 keeps the action brief, but gives players a little more control over a lot prettier cars.
Indie fighter Skullgirls is bringing the battle to iOS and Android later this year, with a game that blends fighting game action with RPG mechanics to create something . . . well, just look at it.
Released this week for Android and iOS, Teeny Titans combines Cartoon Networks’ second-best Teen Titans show with the collect-and-battle mechanics of Pokemon to create something wonderful.
“We believe Bruce Wayne is just as important as the Batman,” a Telltale rep said at E3 this week as he began playing through a demo of his company’s new Batman game. What followed was proof that Batman The Telltale Series may have more Bruce Wayne in it than any prior interactive Dark Knight adventure.