Gameloft is showing off the upcoming Assassins Creed-like arena battler Iron Blade in a live stream this Thursday. This could coincide with a release date reveal – here’s hoping! Iron Blade is… Continue reading
Stop the presses! Cornfox & Bros. has just released unedited gameplay footage of Oceanhorn 2, which could suggest development is coming to a close. Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the… Continue reading
The cross-platform sandbox MMORPG called Albion Online, which seems to have been in a beta for years, now finally has an official release date. Along with the official release, Albion Online will also be receiving the Galahad update just before the game officially launches.
Netmarble announced today at GDC 2017 that the company would finally be bringing their mobile MMORPG called Lineage 2 Revolution to everyone. Based off of the PC games, Lineage 2 Revolution has been out in Korea since mid-December 2016 and pulled in 5 million monthly active users.
Malaysian based developer, X Conique, will be launching their newest title, Dave the Knight, on Google play soon. The game, which features graphics resembling flash-based web browser titles, is currently out in Beta for those curious enough to test it out.
Released by Alpha Dog Games, MonstroCity: Rampage is a new city builder (and destroyer) game for the Android platform. In this game, players will be tasked with the defeating of the evil genius Dr. Spotnik. This goal is accomplished by way of players directing a squad of oversized monsters into destroying the city in which Dr. Spotnik resides.
Noodlecake is synonymous with great mobile games, and they’ve proven it yet again with developer Mantisbite’s gorgeous new retro-futuristic sci fi game Island Delta. Island Delta is an isometric action-adventure puzzle-solving game in which the two heroes, demolitions expert Baxter and tech specialist Zoe, must make their way through their nemesis, Dr. Gunderson’s, dangerous island on a rescue mission.
It’s Friday which means it is time for another round-up of Android games currently on sale over on Google Play. This week’s round-up is pretty decent in size, with plenty of new titles being added to the list for a number of developers including 2K Games, OrangePixel, Herocraft and more.
Developer Turbine’s tie-in to the tremendously popular Batman Arkham series by Rocksteady, has finally made its way to Android devices. Over 6 months after Batman: Arkham Underworld appeared on the iOS stores, we too can now enjoy being the bad guys in the free-to-play game combination of base management and top-down tactics by taking on the role of one of the Dark Knight’s infamous Rogue’s Gallery.