Perfect World, the company that is, has been around for a fair amount of time, having focused mainly on PC-based MMORPGs and other types of PC games. One of their older titles happens to basically be named after the company called Perfect World, but when it was released to the rest of the world, the name changed to Perfect World International. After 8 years or so of being on PC, Perfect World International now has a mobile version in the works which was shown off at the Tokyo Game Show 2016.
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Some of the team behind the rather great game Valiant Hearts has joined forces with some other game developers to form Digiart Entertainment. During the Tokyo Game Show 2015, the company debuted its upcoming release for mobile devices called Lost In Harmony.
Last year Square Enix announced Final Fantasy Agito, which was only released in Japan before a Western release was announced during E3 2014. Since then nothing has been announced as to when the game would be arriving in the West. We now know why the radio silence was happening, because Square Enix is cancelling Final Fantasy Agito. Have no fear though, it will be ‘reborn’ as something else instead.
Last week we reported that Square Enix would be revealing more details about their upcoming Final Fantasy Adventures game for mobile devices. Well that day is today and while the company didn’t reveal too much in the way of new information, they did announce one interesting item – this game is actually a remake of the first game in the Mana series (Sword of Mana).
Back in June of this year we reported on a new Final Fantasy game currently being developed called Final Fantasy Adventures. Unfortunately there is a good chance that the Western market won’t see this game, but you never know. It hasn’t been confirmed yet that it won’t be released in the West either.
Every year there are plenty of big video game conventions and industry shows, such as GDC (USA), Gamescom (Germany), and E3 (USA), just to name a few. The Tokyo Game Show is also a pretty big one as well which is obviously held Japan each year. One thing that the Tokyo Game Show doesn’t usually do each year is acknowledge any sort of focus or care for mobile gaming, even though each year has plenty of mobile game developers showing up, ranging from indie to big multi-million dollar companies.
Last week Madfinger Games announced that they would be revealing the official release date for their upcoming Dead Trigger 2 title during the Tokyo Game Show this year. Well the show begins tomorrow so they have decided to announce the official release date today which is October 23rd, 2013.
Madfinger Games’ upcoming Dead Trigger 2 will have its official release date announced during the upcoming Tokyo Game Show which starts September 19th, 2013. The company plans to officially announced when this sequel will launch onto Android during the show and they have released a set of new screenshots and additional details to tide everyone over until then.
Square Enix has announced their game line-up that will be on display during the upcoming Tokyo Game Show 2012 and two of the games are Android titles, one of which we new about while the other one is a new game we were unaware of. Unfortunately it looks like both games will be released onto Android but location restricted to Japan only, at least for right now when they are initially released.
Well if you didn’t have a nerdgasm yesterday over the news of Final Fantasy: Legends coming to Android devices next year then perhaps this article will do the trick instead. Square Enix at the Tokyo Game Show has been dropping names like crazy and three more have come to light that will be coming to Android.