Sword Art Online has finally made its way from Japan to the US, much to the delight of fans across the country. Fans of the anime series will be happy to learn that the game features the original anime plot as well as a brand new storyline just for the game, and many fan-favorite characters make appearances.
Back in 2014 The Pokemon Company released the official Pokemon TV application for Android. Then in 2015 it received Google Chromecast support. Today the Pokemon TV app has received another update which brings with it a few new features, as well as new episodes for one of the bigger series users can watch.
There has been a good amount of great anime’s being released within the last year, and some of those end up getting quite popular. One of those popular shows happens to be Attack On Titan, which already has a second spin-off series airing and other related products, one of which happens to be its own official mobile game.
Rayark Games is at the forefront of creating a whole new universe. The universe is one that is not only being created for gamers, but all who enjoy the art of good storytelling, fine art and are willing to expand their minds venturing into what could be. One way to describe Rayark Games is a Taiwanese company that is a multimedia juggernaut.
Sharp has come out to showcase their new Evangelion Android phone which, for what we see in the photos, is extremely drool worthy, especial for those of you who are fans of the anime. This particular device is apparently to coincide with the release of the upcoming Neon Genesis Evangelion movie.
There is an interesting looking game currently being developed by Honey Tribe Studios, in partnership with Ryan Jackson, called Ashley Ao. This is an anime inspired action game that will be landing on both Android and iOS soon and features some pretty interesting gameplay mechanics and art.
While we see an onslaught of awesome games coming this holiday season, early 2011 is shaping up to be almost as good for Android gaming. Another game coming early next year is Samurai II: Vengeance by Madfinger Games. Originally developed for iOS, the developer announced today it will be available for Android shortly.