Nintendo has already made it abundantly clear that the company will never bring their games over to smartphones and tablets, at least not in any foreseeable future. However rumors have started up that the company was planning to release mini-games onto mobile devices, a rumor that Nintendo is all the more happy to squash right away.
Day: January 28, 2014
While Google still works on getting Google Glass ready for official public consumption, the company has decided to build five games for the wearable technology in the hopes that it will encourage developers to make more games for it. Before now there have been a few games made for Google Glass but that is about it.
Codestalkers, developers of Evelands: Unleahsed, have released a new game that they have been beta testing for awhile called Rogue: Beyond The Shadows. This new game is a single-player open-world Action-RPG tat features some rather nice 3D rendered visuals to accompany the gameplay.
Nvidia has pushed out a new update for their TegraZone app which brings with it support for all Android devices, not just Tegra-based ones. This means you will be able to track your Tegra-based games collection regardless of what devices you are using as well as stay up-to-date when new games come out.
This rumor has been floating around since the later part of 2013 but apparently there is a bit more validity to it now. According to VG24/7, Amazon will be launching their Android game console sometime this year and will be priced somewhere below the $300 mark. That price point isn’t surprising considering Amazon likes to try and make their Android-based devices priced as low as possible.
In the world of Android devices it usually takes no time at all for a new device to get rooted. When it comes to Android consoles, this is also true and the Mad Catz MOJO game console is the newest one to be added to the list of rooted game consoles. What’s even better is that Mad Catz fully supports whether or not you want to root you console.
Yesterday in our article about King and all the crap they are going through, we comments that it is always fun times in the gaming industry and apparently Rovio is having some fun times of their own. An article in the New York Times has posted that “spies could be lurking in the background to snatch data” when you open and play popular games like Angry Birds.