Nintendo has tweeted the date that multiplayer will finally come to Mario Kart Tour. “Multiplayer for #MarioKartTour comes out on Mar. 8, 8 PM PT!” reads the tweet…. Continue reading
There are more stickman games on mobile than you can shake, well, a stick at, most of them from a single studio called Djinnworks. So it would be… Continue reading
Dead Rivals is an upcoming multiplayer shooter inspired by Left 4 Dead, and we’ve just seen the first gameplay footage of it. The trailer features two different playable characters, and… Continue reading
Fancy a fresh start in Clash Royale but don’t want to delete your account? Well, we’ve got a solution for you – download Blitz Brigade: Rival Tactics right now. It’s Clash Royale in everything but… Continue reading
Titanfall is coming to mobile! No, really this time – Respawn Entertainment announced Titanfall: Assault yesterday, a Clash Royale-style RTS. You’ll build a deck of Pilot, Titan, and Burn (basically spell) cards,… 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.
Square Enix’s multiplayer RPG called Guardian Codex has received a big content update today. The new content extends the storyline greatly, adds more features to the coop multiplayer mode, a better UI for the home screen, and overall enhanced visuals for all of the content.
Funcell123 have revealed more gameplay aspects for their upcoming terrain-based strategy game called Immortal Conquest: Europe, which will arrive on Android starting with Europe regions before moving forward with a global release. Players will be building up their own kingdoms, themed around ancient European times.
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.
In more Pokemon GO news, Niantic CEO John Hanke did an interview with Spain’s El Periodico, Hanke expanded on yesterday’s news regarding the three major updates that are slated for 2017. Unlike yesterday’s announcement which didn’t have much more in the way of detail about the future plans of Pokemon GO, the interview ended up with a fair amount of details.