Hyper Rift is a new “game” that has been released on Android in the last few days. It’s an interactive story, think “Choose your own adventure”, so players have some say in how the story progresses. And in the fashion of those classic books, there are over a dozen different endings.
Day: January 27, 2015
Chain Chronicles, produced by Sega and Gumi, have released to new content for Chain Chronicles. This game is a hybrid Tower Defense/RPG, where players assume the role of a captain in the army defending the continent of Yggdra from the evil, invading Black Army.
Recently we posted about the new Need For Speed game heading our way called Need For Speed: No Limits. While the game looks pretty good and everyone is surely resigned to the fact that there will be IAPs in it, since this is EA after all, what may turn a lot of people off from the game before it is even released is the fact that players will have to buy gas.
This week’s addition to the NVIDIA Grid cloud game streaming service is MX vs ATV Reflex. Prepare for extreme radical and downright dastardly extremeness on the NVIDIA Shield Portable and Shield Tablet.
Right now the internet is chock-full of articles touting the top five this or that for 2015. Not ones to be left behind or bested by others, we’re jumping straight into the 2015 predictions bandwagon, jostling our way to the front and taking the reins with our article about the five Android games that you won’t be able to tear yourself away from this year.
Back in December of 2014 OddWorld Inhabitants brought Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath to Android, first through Amazon and then Google Play shortly afterwards. Now owners of the Android-based micro-console Ouya can now get in on the action as the game is now available on the Ouya Marketplace.
Interesting news coming out of northern Japan today as an official ‘No Video Games Day’ has been started in order to curb video game playing in the Hokkaido Prefecture. So far this “No Video Games Day’ is only for the Hokkaido Prefecture and isn’t a nation-wide event although it could certainly turn into one.
The sequel to the popular Gunman Clive game lands on the Nintendo 3DS this week and while that is all great and dandy for those of you who own a 3DS, it isn’t that great for everyone else in the mobile gaming world who enjoyed the first game. However it looks like there is a silver lining to the cloud that is Gunman Clive 2 as the developer Bertil Hoerberg has mentioned that he has plans to port the sequel to other platforms although this isn’t 100% confirmed yet. In other words he wants to, he plans on it, but things could change.
Yesterday we reported on a few teaser images released by Scott Games for their upcoming third installment into the Five Nights at Freddy’s horror series of games and today the developer has released the game’s first teaser trailer. The great thing about this teaser trailer is that we do get to learn a little about the story in this third game which is more than we knew yesterday.