The developers behind the rather successful Puzzle-RPG franchise Puzzle Quest has announced that they are teaming up with another company for another spin-off. Recently Adventure Time Puzzle Quest landed on Google Play and now D3 Go! is teaming up with Wizards of the Coast for a Magic The Gathering themed Puzzle Quest game.
Day: 25 August 2015
You may or may not remember us writing about a game that was making its way from Xbox Live Arcade to Android called Quiet, Please!. This is a pretty unique retro-style game which actually has a few additional titles in the franchise, all of which have slowly been made available on Google Play since the original game’s release onto Android. Now you can pick up the entire Quiet, Please! series with the new Quiet Collection on Google Play or Amazon’s Appstore.
Right now we already have the Humble PC & Android Bundle 13 available which has ten pretty solid games available for one price. Well now there is an official mobile Humble Bundle as well, featuring yet another company and their games. This is the new Humble Humongous Entertainment Mobile Bundle is now available, starting with eight games.
YouTube almost bought Twitch not too long ago before Amazon got a hold of it instead. However, before Amazon got a hold of it, YouTube integrated a little feature into their platform that announces when a Twitch stream goes live who also has a YouTube channel. The YouTube decided that they too could provide a platform for video game live streams and that is when YouTube Gaming was announced. Now, after a Summer of waiting, YouTube Gaming will be officially launching tomorrow.
EA has decided to add a new playable character to the roster of fighters in their EA Sports UFC Mobile game. This new character is a bit of a legendary person, who has kicked many an ass in his day. The new addition is Bruce Lee but he will only be available to play for a limited time.
GungHo Online Entertainment has announced today that they will be teaming up with 17-BIT in bringing the recently release Playstation 4 game Galak-Z: The Dimensional to mobile devices sometime next year. The mobile version will also have a slightly different name to go along with it, Galak-Z: Mobile Variant.
This is the type of review that I’m not happy to write. Super Heavy Sword is an extremely disappointing game, yet seems to have so much potential. For all I know, it very well could be living up to it, but the game has a bug that precludes me from getting far enough into the game, to really get a feel for what it could be; this is to say nothing of other critiques that I will offer as well. So here is my review, for what I could play.
Originally Five Nights At Freddy’s 4, which is the last game in the series, was supposed to launch on Halloween this year. However, development for the game went exceedingly well and so it was released early. Along with the release came a promise that there would still be something happening on Halloween, mainly an update to the game. That was as far as the details went until now.
Blizzard’s much anticipated Hearthstone expansion has finally arrived and right on time. After much teasing, including slowly revealing some of the 132 new cards between the time the company announced the Grand Tournament expansion and its actual arrival, The Grand Tournament has finally arrived yesterday afternoon. If you pre-purchased the expansion, you were also able to open up all those packs of cards that have been staring you in the face all this time.
The next installment into the Metal Gear Solid franchise will be released at the beginning of next month, and along with the game’s release Konami will also be launching an official companion app as well. The app will be similar to the previously release Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes application in regards to features and what it will be able to do.