Last night sucked. The real world was a confusing pile of rotten politics and horrible tragedy. I needed to find some strength. As it turns out, it was right at my finger tips. Mobius Final Fantasy’s multiplayer let me stare down a monster and, with others by my side, fight back and win.
Square Enix announced a new mobile game called King’s Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon at Tokyo Game Show 2016. It’ll be part of the Final Fantasy XV Universe, and is actually one of the games played by the characters in that world similar to Justice Monsters Five, that “mobile pinball thing” that came out for iOS and…
Now that the Pokémon Go buddy system is widely available, players everywhere are faced with a big decision: who should accompany your walking adventures? I am here to tell you, dear reader, that there is really only one choice.
Gemini is a mobile title that encourages you to go on a galactic journey. But it’s more than just lovely visuals and rousing music; this game wants you to get intimate with a partner as you dance around the stars. In some ways, quite literally.
Today, Snapchat is featuring its first multi-level video game, a retro tennis title based on Serena Williams’ 22 major tennis victories, each with its own level. And, for an 8-bit Gatorade-sponsored ad buried beneath ESPN’s Snapchat Discover stories (baseball player Carlos Gomez running into a wall and a stack of kids…
As far as Pokémon Go is concerned, only cheaters should be able to get massive amounts of XP in a short amount of time. Well, about that...
Deus Ex Go follows in the step-by-step footsteps of Square Enix’s other mobile puzzle titles, Hitman Go and Lara Croft Go. Like those games, you move from node to node to complete single-level puzzles that grow steadily more challenging. Deus Ex Go, however, takes the stellar formula of these games and adds new…
Over the last week, Pokémon Go underwent a couple of mechanical changes that players really, really don’t like.
In the course of a few weeks, Pokémon Go has gone from a mega hit, to a broken game even its most ardent fans cannot defend. This shift in the community is due to mostly one thing: a lack of communication from Niantic.
Last week, Niantic’s John Hanke warned Pokémon Go players that popular tracking websites may no longer work in the future. It seems that moment has now arrived.
Well, that was quick.
Uh oh. Those services show players where monsters will spawn in Pokémon Go? You know, the ones that eeeeveryone is using? Well, the creators of Pokémon Go don’t sound very fond of them.
It makes sense that some monsters aren’t immediately available in Pokémon Go: the roster has “legendaries,” and the best way to feel like they are special is to make them rare. But why has nobody found a Ditto yet?
Anywhere you go, you’re likely to see teams led by Vaporeons, gyms defended by Vaporeons, or people talking about Vaporeon.
We don’t actually know much about Pokémon Go’s team captains, but it doesn’t matter. Players have run with the newly revealed team leader artwork, and are now creating all sorts of personality quirks, backstories, and hilarious jokes.
Gyms are supposed to be arenas where the best trainers in the world achieve glory with the help of the most powerful Pokémon. Somehow, gyms everywhere have turned into a non-stop Magikarp train instead.
All Pokémon are not created equal: some are definitely better than others. If you’re serious about creating a formidable team, or if you want the satisfaction of having some of the best monsters available in Pokémon Go, you’ve come to the right place.