And now for the most impressive thing I’ve seen all day: a Minecraft cell phone that not only works, it can make video calls from inside the game. It’s amazing.
Steins;Gate, the popular video game, already has manga, anime, and novel adaptations. The game has had different spinoffs and side stories, including multiple games and a movie (Note to fans: the blu-ray version of the movie, coming in December, will have English subtitles). Now, Steins;Gate is getting a stage…
A Chinese gangster apparently left his phone lying around—and these are the results.
Okay, it is a mobile phone game, but these days, that's not really an excuse! Resident Evil: Zombie Buster has RE characters Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield busting zombies. Check out Famitsu.com for more screens. [ファミ通]
Bungie "Aerospace" filed a trademark for a new phone-based game called "Crimson" last week. The trademark is described as a "Computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones." and "Computer game software downloadable from a global computer network." [UPSTO.GOV]
After this fourteen-year-old boy's cell phone gaming site membership was canceled, he decided to get even: by threatening to murder people.
Enjoy mobile phone gaming? Don't mind looking like a goob? Have I got something for you.
According to this video of a Microsoft Live Labs presentation of Windows Phone 7 at Cannes Lions 2010, Windows Phone 7 will be coming this October. Listen yourself, the month slips out around the :16 mark. [Thanks, Gary!]
In Japan, hostesses are dolled up girls that work in bars, pour men's drinks and light their cigarettes. Hosts?
One of South Korean's most popular girl groups, Girls' Generation, is appearing in DSi ads for Nintendo of Korea. The ads are, to put it kindly, dull.
Sega's Yakuza gangster game series is not in 8-bit. But if it was, what would it look like?
Ponzi scheme mastermind Bernie Madoff is in jail for pulling off the biggest financial swindle ever. Nothing says white collar crime like a cell phone game.
How big are cell phones in Japan? If Final Fantasy IV The After is any indication, pretty damn big. An episode sequel to Final Fantasy IV, the cell phone title has been downloaded over 2 million times and is available for Japanese carrier DoCoMo's FOMA 903i and 703i series as well as for carrier AU's WIN BREW series.…