Launching earlier this week on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Homefront: The Revolution, the sequel to 2011’s first-person shooter Homefront, will be available to stream on Nvidia Shield devices via GeForce Now this month. This particular game takes place in 2029, four years after the brutal occupation of the United States by North Korean forces. The setting is Philadelphia, the birthplace of Independence but now a police state where citizens are oppressed, constantly under surveillance by drones and armored patrols. Anyone who steps out of line is savagely disciplined.
Koukoi Games is based in Oulu, Finland. They have created an intriguing world where the tables have been turned. The hunters become the hunted, in this delightful-looking and playing running game. Crashing Season is sure to grab some of your time, once it is released worldwide for Android.
gumi inc, who already have released a few solid games onto Android such as Brave Frontier and Wakfu Raiders, have finally announced a general release date for their upcoming Phantom of the Kill RPG for mobile devices. We originally reported on this game back in the beginning of 2015 and since our last article in October, not much has been mentioned about this game's release until now.
Over the past couple of months, and especially over the last week, there have been rumors that Google was working on a true Android-powered Virtual Reality platform and a standalone headset. Today, as was suggested to happen, Google announced that platform which will be called Daydream.
NetMarble has announced today that they have opened up pre-registration for their upcoming team-based FPS title called Final Shot. As we just mentioned, this particular game is a multiplayer FPS game where teams of fiver players battle it out with each other on a particular map that is chosen.
Like always Google will be live broadcasting the opening keynote speech for this year's Google I/O conference. And just like we do each year, we will be sure to have all the live streams from the entire conference available here for viewing for those of you who can't make it to the actual event. This year's Google I/O should be pretty interesting, especially with what we already know is going to be making their debut.
Back in February 2016 Ubisoft announced that Assassin's Creed Identity would be landing on mobile devices in the Spring. The company then released the game onto iOS the same month, but Android users were unfortunately told that they need to wait for a bit. Well that wait looks to be ending finally thanks to a post on Ubisoft's Facebook announcing the Android version's release this month.
Released by Score Studios, Raid Tactics is a new tactical RPG that's been released on to Android. In Raid Tactics, players will control a small party of three heroes that seek fame and fortune, only to end up getting entangled in the accidental discovery of secrets that disturb the peace of the land.
If you're a fan of retro-style arcade puzzlers, you now have a new one that is looking for beta testers right now that you can sign up for and check out ahead of launch. This game is called Ellipsis - Prologue and has just currently started up a sort of public beta. As the game's title suggests, this is the prologue, so it isn't the whole game at all.
Back in April Niantic Labs started up the 'Field Test' for Pokemon GO, which is essentially a closed beta. When that started, it was only available in a few select regions, such as Australia and New Zealand. Today the company has expanded that beta testing phase to include the USA and that means that sign-ups are now open.