Day: May 19, 2016

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Game News

Drive your opponent to madness in Cthulu Realms, now available on Google Play

Released by White Wizard Games, the studio behind Star Realms, comes another digital deck building game, only this time it’s built around the Cthulu Mythos. The goal of this game is fairly straightforward. Players are looking to either drive their opponent crazy. Should the game end before that point is achieved (which can occur when one’s deck runs out), whichever player has the most sanity left is declared the winner.

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Game Reviews

Fury Road Survivor is open-world driving combat and an explosions of pixels. Mad Max for mobile… anyone?

Fury Road Survivor glistens with voxels of beauty. I am finding it hard to believe that a game with voxels can look so impressive, but it does. The sand shimmers, explosions skyrocket into the air and mobile combat couldn’t be finer. If you like recently released driving games like Pako Car Chase Simulator or Splash cars, then you will want to look into Fury Road Survivor by Tiny Games.

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Game News

Resident Evil 5 is now available for the Nvidia Shield Android TV

Capcom’s Resident Evil 5 is now available to download on Google Play exclusively for Nvidia Shield Android TV. In Resident Evil 5, returning hero Chris Redfield—star of the both the first installment and Resident Evil Code Veronica—teams up with newcomer Sheva Alomar. Alomar works for the West African branch of Redfield’s new employers, the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance. Redfield may know the enemy, but it’s Sheva who knows the terrain. While Resident Evil 5 on consoles and PC featured two-player co-op, the game has been redesigned to work on Shield Android TV as a single-player experience.

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Game News

Homefront: The Revolution will be landing on Nvidia’s Shield devices via GeForce Now later this month

Launching earlier this week on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Homefront: The Revolution, the sequel to 2011’s first-person shooter Homefront, will be available to stream on Nvidia Shield devices via GeForce Now this month. This particular game takes place in 2029, four years after the brutal occupation of the United States by North Korean forces. The setting is Philadelphia, the birthplace of Independence but now a police state where citizens are oppressed, constantly under surveillance by drones and armored patrols. Anyone who steps out of line is savagely disciplined.