Professor Layton and the Curious Village, originally released on the Nintendo DS in 2007, is getting an HD remaster for smartphones in Japan. Tilted Professor Layton and the Curious Village EXHD for Smartphone, the app’s release date is TBA. No word yet if it will be out internationally.
Revealed earlier today, here is the first trailer for Dragalia Lost, the all-new RPG Nintendo is developing with Cygames. Well, what do you think?
This is Toraware no Paruma (Captive Palm). It’s about a young man who has lost his memory. It seems, you can play it like this. Neato!
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.
That’s right, the Japanese porn company with the worst name, Soft on Demand, is turning its sex-studio-on-wheels into an adult browser game.
You know what would be cool? If Nintendo released its old games on smartphones. Instead, Nintendo has another plan: Releasing more smartphone games on the 3DS. Oh.
Earlier this month, a Twitter user in Japan uploaded a photo of a "bunny smartphone case." The image was retweeted over 37,000 times and, of course, has spawned a meme. Of course!
Humans like watching TV shows or movies. Maybe sports and probably pornography. Frogs? They totally dig watching worms.
Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi is working on a new role-playing game. Called Terra Battle, it is slated for smartphones. Details are currently scant, but Sakaguchi reveals more about the game in the upcoming issue of Famitsu.
Let's face it, modern smartphones, with their giant glass screens, are in constant danger! Those glorious screens can be easily scuffed. To protect them, people often put on screen protectors—and in China, applying screen protection might actually be a profitable livelihood.
Do you text and walk? Don't! Here's computer simulation that shows what will happen. Well, kinda.
Japan sure loves smartphone games. A new report (via TechInAsia) states that smartphone games now make up half of the country's gaming market, increasing 178 percent compared to last year. Wowzers.
In Japan, "otome" (maiden) games give players a slew of handsome men from which to choose. A recent game offers much more than that. Say hello to buggy men!
This is the best sausage glove I've ever seen. Well, it's the only one I've ever seen.
If your mobile phone is naked, you’re totally behind the fashion curve. Since this spring over a million pure silicone panties were sold in Japan. Silicone may not sound like the most comfortable of lingerie materials but they weren’t your ordinary underwear; they were mini-panties, boxer briefs, special underwear…
A cloud version of Dragon Quest X is coming to Japanese smartphones and tablets. It will be released between December 2013 and February 2014. Subscription fees are TBA.
Jabs about how we can't stop checking our phones are incredibly common, but that doesn't stop comedian Louis C.K. from having some hilarious, if not sad insight as to why we do it. Hint: it's not because we're happy and fulfilled.
In Tokyo, mobile phone carrier NTT Docomo just unveiled a huge yellow warning plastered all over a Shinjuku Station staircase. It reads, "Walking while using a smartphone is dangerous."
Many people have called the dawn of the smartphone the death of manners and conversation. Some people are often too busy checking their phones to mind their manners. While it's not really a huge deal, Hong Kong's Ta Kung Newspaper says otherwise.
Gakuen Handsome, an adventure game aimed at Japanese women, is headed to smartphones. Oh goody, because the game is friggin’ bonkers.