Today Nintendo held their earnings call where the company confirmed some news that we have all been guessing at being true. All of Nintendo’s mobile games that are currently in development will be free-to-play titles with optional IAPs coming with them. This was pretty much a given fact back when Nintendo announced their publishing deal with DeNA for five mobile games to launch between now and April 2017.
The Twitch application for mobile devices keeps getting better and better and this new update that arrived today is no exception to that either. This latest update brings another feature a lot of people have been wanting for some time: on-demand VODs to watch.
Nintendo Virtual Boy may not be the worst failure in gaming history, but it was definitely Nintendo’s biggest mistake. In case you were eager to play its small library of games but didn’t want to spend money on a Virtual Boy, you can now use an emulator with Google Cardboard.
We’ve followed the development of the well-known PSP emulator called PPSSPP since its release back in November 2012. After a long road of updates and development, PPSSPP has finally reached the coveted version 1.0 status and along with that comes a pretty nice sized update.
Google has been one busy company with the updates to their official apps over the past few weeks and this week is no different as the company has pushed out a major version update for the Google Play store application. The app is now officially in the version 5 numbering and with that you can expect a lot of changes both under-the-hood and visibly with the Google Play store app.
PocketMine-MP is pretty much the go to software if you want to run your own Minecraft: Pocket Edition server but don’t want the limited population that the Mojang official servers offer for a fee. With this software, you are technically only limited to the hardware your server is running.
Do you find it easier to motivate yourself in the fantastic world of an RPG than in real life? If so, look no further; Habit RPG turns your task manager into a role playing game complete with random item drops, a class system, quests, pets, mounts, equipment, and more.
Today, EA Mobile has released a mobile companion app for Respawn Entertainment’s wildly successful freshman release, Titanfall. The simply named app, “Titanfall Companion App”, is robust both in size (612MB) and features, promising to enhance the player experience with a bevy of tools.