A couple of rather well known Playstation titles have made their way to Playstation Certified devices today. Both Tekken 2 and Guilty Gear have arrived in the Playstation store and are now available for purchase to fulfill some of those ass whopping gaming needs of yours.
Casual games. They come in all forms and shapes. Believe it or not, there can always be a huge invention or idea behind a "casual". Or it can be just luck. Sometimes it's a matter of timing. Anyway, casual games depict most of the times the expression of long, restless days of work, with a simple yet interesting purpose in hitting that soft spot that keeps you coming back to it and craving more.
I Got Games (a.k.a. IGG.COM), a company known for the games they've released onto Facebook as well as their Android game Texas Hold'Em Poker Deluxe, seems to be getting aboard the Android train a little bit more as they just launched a mobile version of their Facebook hit Galaxy Online 2, a sci-fi space-themed strategy game that gives us all the pros and some of the cons of social gaming nowadays.
Getting back into the swing of things with the What We Are Playing This Week series, today we have a couple of games for you that you might want to check out as well if you haven't already. So let's just jump right into it shall we?
Well it seems Rovio is right on time with their reported release date for Amazing Alex, their newest physics-based puzzle game, being July 12. Although it was reported that it would be a release with a plethora of promotion like that of Angry Birds Space, it actually was a fairly quite release.
Back in the NeoGeo era one of the more popular series of action games happens to be Metal Slug, a 2D run-a-shoot-everything-in-sight type of game. Well SNK Playmore has decided to release Metal Slug 3 onto Android today which is a mobile version of the game so that you can get some retro shooting fun happening.
A lot of people who follow us on Twitter, G+ or Facebook has been keeping up-to-date with what happened the past few days. For those of you who don't follow us on any of those, here is what happened to us and all that good stuff.
This morning we reported on the OUYA's new Kickstarter project. Well now we are happy to report that barely after 8 hours have passed, OUYA is now completely funded on Kickstarter. In fact it has already surpassed the $1 million dollar mark and it still has 29 days to go.
Sometime March last year, Google began allowing Android application developers to charge money for additional content and services from within their apps. This is possible for both paid and free apps. Now, this phenomenon is famously referred to as an in-app purchase (IAP) and many, if not most, games on Google Play implement this feature.
Right now there are a few MOBA games being developed for mobile devices and it seems like more companies are going to try and become the dominate force in this genre of mobile gaming. GAEA Mobile has through their bid into the mix by announcing they will be unveiling their
WAKFU fans have a new game to look forward to arriving onto Android soon. Today game development studio gumi has announced that they will be releasing WAKFU Raiders onto Android in the near future. This is an RPG that takes place in the WAKFU universe and features all the rather
Gameloft's Brothers in Arms 3 has been out for a bit now and one of the biggest features having been requested by players to be added to the game is finally actually happening. No, it isn't the inclusion of the infamous bacon gun, but it is the addition of multiplayer
Gameloft's new RTS game called Siegefall is currently being shown off at E3 2015 and while the company has been teasing this game for a little bit now, no release date had been unveiled until now. Siegefall is a fantasy-themed online multiplayer RTS game where players will build up their
Originally announced back during CES 2015, Snail Games unveiled two gaming focused Android devices during that show, the OBox Android game console and the W3D Android gaming phone. We went hands-on with both of those and found that both were quite good for gaming. Today it appears the wait is
Google initially released their Cardboard VR headset as an example of Virtual Reality and Android working together. Now reports are coming out that the company is working on a new VR headset that will actually take the form of a true VR headset, instead of a piece of folded cardboard.
A lot of owners of the original Nvidia Shield tablets were happy yesterday when we reported that the much awaited Marshmallow update had started to roll out for a majority of those devices. Well today Nvidia has pulled that update due to apparent Wi-Fi issues because of a bug arriving
Mobile gaming is by its very definition playing games while on the go. However, the entire platform has progressed to the point where you can sit at home playng your favorite mobile games for hours, playing them on your Android TV set-top box/console of choice, streaming on Twitch, and even
Bungee Mummy is a fast-paced, adventure game where risk-taking, sharp reflexes and sheer determination are essential for victory! Swing and bungee launch through the fascinating world of Hagareem, escape the eerie levels and complete outrageous challenges to win real-life 3D printable rewards.
Revived and revitalized, thanks to his trusty friend Madu, King Phero has only one thing on his mind – to free his people from the clutches of the evil Solark. But first, he must escape the Great Pyramid and dash through the eerie underworld of Hagareem. Facing his darkest hour and countless baddies, King Phero calls upon his loyal friend Madu to light a path to victory.