Released by Pandora Game Studio, Bushido Saga is a hack and slash that’s recently been released on Android. In this game players will assume the role of Oishi, a samurai who serves to protect the Asano clan in 18th century Japan. The story is based on the Legend of the 47 Ronin.
The sequel to the award winning game, Banner Saga is now available to download in the Google Play Store. Everything that made the first game amazing and fully engaging has been enhanced and expanded upon in Banner Saga 2.
While yesterday had a lot of emulator news regarding RetroArch’s massive update, today there is a new emulator available for Android users to try out called Play!. We have emulators for pretty much every platform out there and now we can add another one, that being the Playstation 2.
Released by Paradox Interactive, Knights of Pen and Paper franchise is from a time period of gaming that hails back to the old (pardon the redundancy) pen and paper days of yore, though there’s a bit more to look at.
Set in the fantastic world of Azeroth, players assume the role of the “Chosen One” who is to save Azeroth from destruction.
One of the first things we did the moment E3 started was head over to the Sony Ericsson booth to get a hands-on with Minecraft (and numerous other games) on the Xperia Play. After playing around with it for awhile, we came to realize one thing. If you already like Minecraft, you will be in trouble.
Sony Ericsson has opened up a new feature on their site for showcasing games for the Xperia Play. Essentially a game developers showcase, if you make a game that is Xperia Play optimized (doesn’t have to be exclusive to the Xperia Play though) and tell them about it, they will showcase your game.
One feature that is missing from the Xperia Play is an HDMI port which we have always found to be somewhat of an interest item to be missing. Considering that the Xperia Play is essentially a game controller with a small screen, one would think the ability to stream games to the big screen via HDMI would have been included.
Gameloft have apparently been busy the last few months as word on the internet is that they plan to unveil more games at E3 2011 which will, yet again, be temporarily exclusive to the Xperia Play. This means that these games for one month will only be available to that device. After that it will be made available to others.