A new section of the Google Play Store titled "Games You Can Feel" has brought together several games that now support haptic feedback to one place on the storefront. So if you like vibrations in your hands, Google can hook you up.
Today is the day of betas starting. For some reason multiple companies have decided to start closed beta testing today, all at the same time. This is pretty awesome if you enjoy digging around betas, finding and reporting bugs, or just like being in betas so you can learn about a game before it launches in order to have an edge against everyone else. Regardless of the reasoning, betas are fun and one of the games starting their beta today is Fantasy War Tactics from Nexon Korea.
Soft launches continue to be a thing these days and today we've already reported on one game launching globally this month. EA does a lot of these soft launches and today marks the global release of one of those soft launches. EA Sports UFC is now available globally on Android for free.
Yesterday we wrote about the two newest games (Devil May Cry 4 and Risen 2: Dark Waters) for Nvidia's GRID gaming-on-demand service for the Shield Portable and the Shield Tablet. Every Tuesday we cover what's new with Nvidia GRID and today we have a new game that has just landed on GRID as well as two additional titles that will be coming soon.
Having been in a soft launch / beta testing phase for the recent past, NetMarble's new game called Marvel Future Fight will finally be released globally this month onto Android. NetMarble seems to keep popping up in the news lately, mainly because of the mobile games they have been developing and releasing.
Z Steel Soldiers was originally released onto PC back in 2001. Since then it has been ported to a few other platforms and if you have been following our site for awhile, then you already know that Z Steel Soldiers lands on Android back in August 2014, However, that release was exclusively for Tegra-based devices. This month will finally see the release of Z Steel Soldiers for non-Tegra Android devices.
In Sweet Sins, players are looking to escape the hell of Dante's Inferno. The characters within the game are the Seven Deadly Sins, anthropomorphized as cutesy, Kawaii-style girls. The entire game has that cutesy, Kawaii feel, so Sweet Escape is far from the macabre game that one might assume.
I Got Games (a.k.a IGG) has announced what their next game will be and it is a title called Kingdom Charge. This will be a fantasy-themed game where players will be helping Lancelot and his band of heroes who are trying to prevent Lord Abaddon from getting the Obsidian Key which will, in turn, end up having Lord Abaddon causing havoc throughout the lands should he succeed.
A couple of weeks ago we joined into the beta for a team-based RPG called Celestia: Broken Sky and streamed it on our Twitch channel. Since then the game has finished its beta testing and has been released onto Google Play for everyone to download and play. Celestia is a pretty interesting game with a timer-based style of combat.
Chainsaw Warrior is a single-player tabletop game where players assume the role of the eponymous Chainsaw Warrior who sets out to save New York City from the zombie hordes that are controlled by Darkness, and does so within sixty minutes. This has since been converted to Android, and now its sequel has arrived, called Chainsaw Warrior: Lords of the Night.