Seasun Entertainment has decided to expand their reach into the Western market with the release of a new turn-based strategy MOBA called Relics of Gods, which will be heading to Android in the near future. Relic of Gods was shown off at E3 2015 and is all about the team-based combat, although done in a slightly different way.
Gameloft’s Brothers in Arms 3 has been out for a bit now and one of the biggest features having been requested by players to be added to the game is finally actually happening. No, it isn’t the inclusion of the infamous bacon gun, but it is the addition of multiplayer gameplay, and there will be a lot of gameplay and content when it arrives. There’s a lot of information regarding the multiplayer gameplay coming to Brothers In Arms 3, so let’s get started shall we?
Gameloft’s new RTS game called Siegefall is currently being shown off at E3 2015 and while the company has been teasing this game for a little bit now, no release date had been unveiled until now. Siegefall is a fantasy-themed online multiplayer RTS game where players will build up their kingdom, research technologies, build up their armies, and beat on other people’s kingdoms. The team that developed Modern Combat 1-4 also made this game.
Nod Labs made headlines recently when the company secured $13.5 million in funding in order to continue developing, manufacturing, and eventually selling their Backspin controller. The reason for the interest in this peripheral is due to it not only being for VR headsets, mainly the Oculus Rift but any will work, but also due to its size, making it very portable, and so it can be used with Android devices.
Crescent Moon Games and Chocoarts released their rather enjoyable 3D puzzle-platformer Almightree: The Last Dreamer onto Android back in February 2015. If you are not familiar with this game, essentially the world is shattering and in order to stop this, you will have to take our hero on a journey to get to the Almightree, awaken it, and save the world.
DotEmu had two big announcements to share at E3 2015, the first being Titan Quest, and the second being the company expanding the Ys Chronicles series on Android with Ys Chronicles II. The first installment into the series arrived onto Android back in April of this year, which means if all goes well, we will have two Ys Chronicles games to play through in one year.
DotEmu has unveiled two rather awesome titles that they will be bringing to Android soon while at E3 2015. The first of these games is Titan Quest, which is a classic hack n’ slash RPG originally released onto PC back in 2006. This new mobile port will feature all of the content from the original title, as well as the visuals remaining the same as the PC release.
So far we have had some decent support regarding Virtual Reality and Android devices announced. Initially Oculus Rift announced Android support before Facebook bought them out, that hasn’t changed as far as we know. HTC and Valve are working on the HTC Re Vive VR headset which no doubt will get Android support if it doesn’t have it already. Now Razer has announced that their open Virtual Reality platform, called OSVR, will come with compatibility for Android devices.
Nyko isn’t new to making controllers for Android devices and this year at E3 2015 the company has unveiled a new controller which is compatible with Android phones, tablets, and set-top boxes called the Cygnus. Compared to Nyko’s previous controllers for Android, this one features a few differences and improvements.
When Apple finally opened up iOS enough for peripheral manufacturers to make controllers and other devices for the iPhone and iPad, SteelSeries was one of the first companies to announces and release a new controller for iOS gamers to finally get to use. Called the Stratus XL, this controller went on to get a lot of great reviews, being one of the best controllers for iOS. Not like they have a lot of them mind you. Android, on the other hand, has plenty of controllers designed specifically for Android devices including ones from SteelSeries, which we actually have used on a fairly regular basis and reported on back during CES 2013.