Released by Xreal LLC, Fortress Fury is a game where two people build and weaponize their respective castles, then square off at destroying what the other has built. As players win matches, loot and experience can be recovered, then used to craft better equipment.
There is a new Humble Mobile Bundle launching right now that is themed around another game development studio, this time around it being Artifex Mundi who has gotten their own bundle. Like previous themed Humble Bundles, this one features the three tier system where you can pay what you want for a few titles, or pay above the average amount for a few more titles, or pay over $9 for all of them.
Last week SEGA announced it would be killing off games on Android and iOS that 'no longer meets their standards' and now SEGA had gone ahead and removed the games they feel fit into that category. Out of both platforms, iOS and Android, iOS was hit a lot harder, mainly because they had more SEGA titles. However, Android lost a few as well.
Fans of the KOTOR series for Star Wars have another game to look forward to arriving soon called Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords. Aside from having a rather long title, this is the follow-up to the original KOTOR game that recently arrived onto Android not too long ago. The news of this game arriving for mobile came way from a new ESRB rating for KOTOR 2 which mentions a couple of platforms that this game will be arriving on, one of those being mobile.
Last week Jaymes finally posted about where I have been after a week of absence. The reason it took so long to post about it is because I wasn't expecting to be out of commission for so long. I figured I would be a few days in a hospital bed, possibly able to work from there, and then back to the daily grind once I was home. That, however, was not the case, not even close to it.
In the past there have been rumblings of Nvidia working on a new Shield Portable. Although there is still no official word on it, another certification, this time for the RRA in South Korea, points to it being something coming soon.
Released by Paradox Interactive, Knights of Pen and Paper franchise is from a time period of gaming that hails back to the old (pardon the redundancy) pen and paper days of yore, though there's a bit more to look at.