Gameloft has announced that they are giving a few titles away today for free but there is a catch. To get the free games you have to be an owner of an Acer Icnoia A500 or A501 tablet. For those of you who don’t know about these tablets, it’s a Tegra dual-core Honeycomb tablet from Acer who is also gearing up to release the rumored A700 and A701 Tegra 3 tablets early next year.
Tag: NOVA 2
The sequel to one of Gameloft’s first FPS games for Android called N.O.V.A has just made it’s way onto the Android Market. As promised, Gameloft will slowly be releasing their games onto the market for purchase for people who do not want to use their storefront. It comes at a cost though.
Last month Gameloft released N.O.V.A. 2 for Android but exclusively for the Xperia Play for a limited time. Well that limited time is now up and Gameloft just annuonced via Twitter that N.O.V.A. 2 is now available for all compatible Android devices. Sorry no Android Market release for this title though.
Gameloft just announced that the long awaited sequel to the great FPS (first-person shooter) game called N.O.V.A is now available for the Xperia Play. N.O.V.A 2 will be exclusive to the Xperia Play for at least 1 month before it lands on any other supported Android devices. If you enjoyed the first, you’ll want the second.
Big news out of left field from Gameloft regarding the much awaited sequel to their great 3D FPS (First-person shooter) game N.O.V.A.! At first the news may make you sad unless you are planning to buy an Xperia Play. Why? Because N.O.V.A 2 will exclusive to the Xperia Play for one month before becoming available to other supported devices.
Gameloft officially announced that Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus would be released ‘soon’ and since then reports have ranged from Jan 18th – early February. However the only other specific date mentioned is Jan. 28th, 2011 which is right around the corner. In fact multiple sites are reporting that it will be Jan. 28th, 2011.
Earlier today reports were surfacing regarding people who recently purchased a game through Gameloft’s Android web store and ending up being double or triple charged for the transaction. For whatever particular reason, Gameloft still insists, even after this incident, to not use the Android Market for selling games.
Some gamers like to read ahead regarding the storyline of upcoming games while others enjoy experiencing the storyline of a game they are playing first hand, while actually playing the game. I fall into the second group of people but I do enjoy seeing concept art. Gameloft’s upcoming addition to the NOVA series of games just had some great concept art released.