While the competition bows out of the toys-to-life genre, Skylanders is finding new things for fans to buy. Today’s worldwide launch of Skylanders Battlecast adds physical trading cards to the mix.
Apple has a strained history with video games, as the company regulates what is and isn’t a “game.” It’s why Apple initially rejected Liyla And The Shadows of War, about a young Palestinian girl in Gaza, and said it “was not appropriate for the games category.” Apple has now reversed that decision.
As promised, Square Enix RPG Romancing Saga 2 arrives on iOS and Android this week. Never released outside of Japan, the remastered version of the Super Famicom classic will be available on May 26 for $17,99.
The official description for Bejeweled Stars does not read “You like Candy Crush Saga? Fine. Here’s your damn Candy Crush Saga,” but it really should.
A Hearthstone match between Rexxar and Thrall would be a bit more intense on an open field with living, breathing creatures. Also the game mechanics would ruin everything.
Once again, Nathan Drake is following in Lara Croft’s footsteps.
Meanwhile in Japan, Nintendo continues its invasion of the mobile phone market with Pokémon Co-Master.
Nintendo announced that their first mobile app, Miitomo, has crossed the 10 million unique user threshold. They’re commemorating the milestone by running a ten-day “Celebrating 10 Million Users!” promotion between April 29 and May 8, the details of which are currently unknown.
Nexon is making a mobile version of Final Fantasy XI with Square Enix. Today, we get our first peek at the title.
Today, Nintendo announced that it’s releasing Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem apps for mobile devices.
I’ve never been much of a mobile gamer. While my friends were hooked on Clash of Clans or Threes, I was happy ignoring the trend and playing my dedicated gaming consoles. So, why is it then that now I’m playing Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle any chance I get?
Released this week for iOS and Android, Sailor Moon Drops is everything you every wanted in a Sailor Moon game, as long as everything you wanted was a Candy Crush Saga clone.
It may be a free-to-play mobile port of a browser-based game, but Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ crams a lot of what series fans love into a tiny space.
PC gaming isn’t the only thing that has some rules that all developers should abide by. Mobile gaming has plenty of gripes with people as well, and so I believe it is time some commandments shall be written.
With a game by developers who’ve worked on Elite Beat Agents and Gears of War and toys—real articulated action figures—from one of Transformers’ most prolific designers, Infinite Arms is exactly where I wanted the toys-to-life genre to go.
Miitomo is brand new, marking the first time that the House of Mario is entering the brave new world of mobile gaming. The game currently has a big rookie mistake: you can swear like the rudest teenager ever in it. Let’s hear how my Mii sounds with a mouth full of filth.
The Romancing SaGa 2 remake has a release date in Japan. It’s heading to iOS, Android, and PlayStation Vita on March 24 for 2,200 yen (US$19.45).
Popcap is taking Plants Vs. Zombies back to its roots with a new mobile strategy game, Plants. Vs. Zombies Heroes: The Lawn of a New Battle, only this time it’s turn-based and plays a lot like Hearthstone. Watch me play.