This morning Nintendo announced a partnership with Japanese company DeNA to produce games using Nintendo properties on mobile platforms. As the owner of mobile platform Mobage, DeNA is one of the most powerful names in mobile gaming, but the sort of games it’s known for won’t make traditional console gamers happy.
There's just something about a summer blockbuster the gets the blood pumping and the brain craving more, even if it's just more crap. Well, if it's more Transformers: Age of Extinction crap you're looking for, Activision and Mobage have you covered.
Crytek, developer of Ryse and shooters traditionally incorporating the word "Cry" in the title have launched pre-registration for The Collectables, its first free-to-play mobile action game incorporating CryEngine tech. Anyone want a special pre-reg goodie code?
Free-to-play mobile card collecting game Transformers Legends has been slowly slogging through early Transformers history for what seems like ages. Now they're getting to the good stuff in the next update — Beast Wars.
He fights for freedom wherever there's trouble, G.I. Joe is here, on iOS and soon Android devices. Without the support of this top secret fighting force, multiple fictional universes would have been crushed under Cobra's fashionable heels, so I celebrate our U.S. Independence Day by playing a game released by a…
Today marks the launch of the "All Hail Galvatron" event in Transformers Legends, slipping the free-to-play iOS and Android card game a little 80s animated movie continuity. The highlight of the event is the debut of Rodimus Prime, the little jerkwad who got Optimus Prime killed. I hope he gets eaten by Sharkticons.
The design. The music. The turn-based RPG action. This trailer tells us that Tactics S has got everything its big (ie. non-mobile) brothers do, and social features. Then again, we know how All the Bravest turned out. Best be careful. Tactics S is out now for iOS/Android in Japan, with no word of a western release.
The Android release of Transformers Legends went a long way towards helping me accept the mobile collectible card game genre, easing me into the experience with familiar characters and themes. Now the free game is out on the iPad and iPhone, giving the Apple side of mobile gaming a chance to collect and battle iconic…
It takes something special to get me invested in one of the wave of mobile collectible card games seeking to ride on the overwhelming success of Rage of Bahamut—it took Transformers to get me to appreciate the appeal of the genre. With its eye-catching pixelated style, DeNA's D.O.T. Defenders of Texel threatened to be…
The first mobile card collecting game that's been able to keep my attention for more than a few days just got its first big raid event. The Insecticons are running rampant in Transformers Legends on Android, and it's up to me to stop them. You can help, I guess.
Gakuen Handsome, an adventure game aimed at Japanese women, is headed to smartphones. Oh goody, because the game is friggin’ bonkers.
Announced earlier this month as Transformers Mobile, Transformers Legends is a card battler for mobile devices featuring first-generation Autobots and Decepticons. Sold. Wait, it's free? Fine, I'll buy two.
Grasshopper Manufacture and social network company DeNA established a new joint venture called "Grasshopper Social Network Service" that will make social games, exclusively for DeNA's Mobage smartphone platform.
Namco Bandai established a start-up with Japanese mobile gaming giant DeNA to make social games. Dubbed BDNA, the company's funded by Namco Bandai (75 percent) and DeNA (25 percent). DeNA makes the popular "Mobage" titles in Japan. [IT Media]