Gameloft has finally decided to get around to rebooting their HALO style franchise called N.O.V.A with a new game in the works called N.O.V.A. Legacy. While this may be a new addition to the franchise, it is actually a rebooting and remastering of the original N.O.V.A title that was released some years ago.
Yesterday we talked about Gameloft who had begun teasing their next blockbuster hit game through an app on Facebook where users could clear pixels off of a black image, slowly revealing exclusive art from whatever game it was supposed to be. A lot of people guessed it would be N.O.V.A 3 and indeed it looks like they are correct.
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.
All you Gameloft fans out there who are planning on nabbing an LG Optimus 3D Android phone have some good news coming your way. Gameloft has already started working on making 3D version of some of their games already for you to play on the Optimus 3D (and possibly future 3D Android devices as well).
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.
Gameloft’s release of 11 HD 3D games for higher end Android phones wasn’t as smooth as they probably wanted it to be. Between the DRM Policy that had to be changed because you were not allowed to re-download games you’ve purchased, some of the games not working properly on phones at release time and none submitted to Android market, it was a rough ride.
Well it seems the huge outcry over Gameloft’s DRM policy hasn’t fallen on deaf ears as Phandroid is reporting that, via Dave Loft (Mr. Gameloft tipster himself), that they have announced a change to their DRM policy. The change states that users are now allowed to re-download games purchased through their website although it’ll take some time to implement this.
Gameloft has decided to show some more love to Android phones after their successful release of Asphalt 5 with the release of nine more 3D games. All of these games looks pretty impressive graphically and cover a wide range of genres from FPS games to RPGs. Here is a quick rundown of each game as well as ways to purchase them.