Starry Fantasy Online is a new cross-platform 3D Action-RPG from developers iStargame which takes place in a mythological world. Players will be able to choose one of four available classes to play as, those being Warrior, Mage, Priest and Gunslinger. Once you’ve pick the class you want to be, you then head off into the world to start questing.
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Back in June of this year we reported on Square Enix who was gearing up to start the open beta for the company’s upcoming Final Fantasy Type-0 Online game. Well the open beta has finally begun it seems and a few videos showing off some of the gameplay have begun showing up.
Alongside Friday’s news about Samsung shipping out the new Gear VR headset, there was also two new games making their debut as well called Wands and Smashing the Battle, although the second one actually has Gear VR on the end of its name to denote which headset it is for.
Back in the beginning of last year Moon Kid released their unique puzzle game called Satellina onto Android. A year and a half later Moon Kid has finally finished the sequel to that game, which is officially called Satellina Zero, and it takes all of the best part of the original and expands on all of it.
The popular mobile MOBA game Vainglory got updated today to version 1.21 and with this update comes the debut of a new hero for players to use, new skins for a few heroes, as well as an additional set of quests that are divided up into four different types: Daily, Hero, Sequences and Community.
“Here I sit, strapped down in the cockpit of my Destrier Mech. As I wait in the staging area of a city for the match to begin I look around and I see 5 of my fellow mech pilots waiting anxiously for the green light. There it is, the go signal. I kick my mech into gear as it lurches forward lumbering in between the city buildings towards objective Beacon B. My HUD lights up red as I catch a brief glimpse of 2 targets before they disappear behind a tall building. From behind one of my teammates fires off a salvo of missiles.”
So four years ago HalfBrick released their hit game Age of Zombies. For those of you that aren’t familiar HalfBrick is the company that created Fruit Ninja and Monster Dash two highly successful games on multiple platforms. In Age of Zombies you play a commando who when back in time and wanted nothing more then to shoot zombies and make it back to the present. That was four years ago.
Back in March we covered a great new gamebook adventure, by developer Inkle, that was written by Steve Jackson called Sorcery!. This new series had you choosing a male or female hero and through the progression of the game, told in a storybook narrative, went on a grand adventure while gaining new spells with which to use during encounters.
Companies making video games based on/tied into blockbuster movie hits seems to be the rage these days and Glu, with partnership from Skydance Productions, is looking to terminate the competition with a new Terminator game. This will be a free-to-play action title with head to head combat and is being designed with the collaboration of the films creative team.
Trading Card Games like Magic the Gathering and Order & Chaos Duels are wildly popular and have a proven game play formula. Hardscore Games is looking to shake that formula up a bit by adding some fast paced strategy and 3D visuals to their up coming game Star Admiral.