nVidia has released a new video showcasing Android's latest OS, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich (or Android 4.0 for those of you who dislike desserts), but instead of having it running on a prototype Tegra 3 quad-core tablet, they are showing it off on a production model of an Asus Transformer Prime.
Square Enix has already announced today that they will be launching their Android store, which will debut in Japan December 1st, 2011. It seems though that hot on the heels of that announcement is another one pertaining to their game Chrono Trigger which is slated for release on Android and iOS. We are talking the real old school awesome Chrono Trigger that is.
So during MineCon 2011 you would think it would be about all things Minecraft but during the video we posted in our last article, which we are including again in this one as well, the Sony Ericsson representative in the video, who happened to be the one I talked to during VDCC 2011, let out some more information about FIFA 12.
The first ever MineCon has just ended and while it was mostly geared towards the PC/Console end of things, including the official final out-of-beta release of the actual game, there were some gems in there regarding Minecraft: Pocket Edition. We already knew some of this would be coming but it's nice to here is again.
About a week or so ago we noticed that Polarbit has released Raging Thunder, their 3D racing game, onto Android as a free version. At first we figured it was just a promotion but now it seems as though this could be a new trend with some of Polarbit's older titles as now Wave Blazer is now also free.
DotEmu has announced that the classic arcade game that they have brought over to Android called R-Type is now compatible with the Zeemote JS1. The Zeemote is a bluetooth controller with an analog stick and four button in which you can map out depending on what game you're playing.
It's no secret that Square Enix has plans to make a big push into the Android Market after a slew of announced titles back during the Tokyo Game show that happened recently. Today they have officially announced their Android store for their Android games which will debut in Japan.
Not too long ago Google announced that they were indeed working on a modular phone which was called Project Ara. At that time there was not real date as to when we would see this phone hit the market so consumers could purchase it. Well word is that we will
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Well this is probably the biggest surprise we've had in quite some time. Facebook has purchased the virtual reality hardware maker Oculus Rift for $2 billion. You're probably wondering why in the hell we are covering this. We are because the Oculus Rift was going to have Android compatibility in
In Hope the player’s actions are limited by the character’s confinement. There is not much to do in the damp tower you’re trapped in besides walking, sighing and crying. And sleeping at night, of course. Nothing you can do will affect the development of the story, although you may find a way to know about the Prince’s journey. You may also be able to find out about the Princess’ background, that part of the tale nobody ever cares about. And of course, there will be an ending, although it may not look as heroic from this point of view… or does it?