One of the games we are all looking forward to getting our hands on is the cross-platform hack n’ slash RPG Angel Stone. We’ve been following its development since it was announced a few months ago and it still looks impressive both visually and in terms of gameplay. Over the past couple of weeks, closed beta sign-ups have been available for Angel Stone, with spots being in a limited amount.
Day: June 11, 2015
Firefly Games has been soft launching their MMORPG called Rush of Heroes in select regions over the past month and it has done quite well for itself during the soft launch phase. Now the company has dropped the soft launch status and replaced it today with a global launch status instead, letting everyone be able to access and play Rush of Heroes.
Narcosis began as a school project at ENJMIN, a prestigious videogame school in France and is now being developed by Honor Code. With that as its beginning, it now appears to be shaping up into something with the potential to be seriously cool. In Narcosis, players assume the role of an industrial diver, who gets separated from his fellow diver.
Joycity’s vertical flyer mashup called Elemental Wings has now launched globally. I use the term mashup as the game is a vertical flyer/shmup, RPG, and CCG rolled into a single game that we previously mentioned. In this game, players will assume the role of an “Elemental Wing”.
Com2uS as updated a second game this week, and this time its for their newest RPG that was recently released called East Legend. This is actually a pretty major content update which brings with it a new Evolution System, new Guild content, updates to the Colosseum, and more.
Oculus Rift held their Pre-E3 press event moments ago, officially announcing the Oculus Rift as an official commercial product. Along with this announcement were some other surprising announcements made on stage, including the fact that the Oculus Rift headset will come bundled with an Xbox One controller and adapter, as well as working natively with Windows 10 and allowing for Xbox One game streaming to the headset.
Oculus Rift is hosting their E3 2015 press event a bit early, since E3 doesn’t start until next week. The event will introduce the Oculus Rifts’ new branding/logo as well as a website with a countdown clock, most likely counting down till the commercial release of the Oculus Rift, something a lot of people have been waiting for.
Telltale Games has announced when the next episode in their Tales of the Borderlands series will be launching and it will be a few days after E3 2015 ends. Tales from the Borderlands Episode 3: Catch A Ride will be heading to all platforms on the same day, something that generally doesn’t happen with the company’s releases. Usually the release of an episode for their series’ are staggered, so PC/Mac get it one day, consoles get it the next day, and Android/iOS get it the next day after that, which is a Thursday as always.
Noodlecake Studios is almost synonymous with fun game play, when it comes to mobile games. This time around they have teamed up with Ink Vial Studios to bring Brickies to the Google Play Store. I have been enjoying playing Anodia 2 by CLM Games, but Brickies has enough twists and excitement of its own, that I have gladly added it to my library of quick and fun games to play. As the title suggests, this is a brick breaking game, but great design choices elevate it beyond the norm.
Text based games have risen in popularity lately. These days, good games in this genre are not as difficult to find as they used to be. Today, 3 Minute Games has unleashed their latest project, Lifeline. It was released to much acclaim on iOS not too long ago, so it is good to see it arrive for Android devices. If you are ready for a thrilling sci-fi adventure, buckle up and get ready to blast off.