For a certain section of the gaming community, touch-screen games are a confusing and alarming thing. "No buttons! No sticks! What devilry be this?" they cry, in Vincent Price voices. Battle lines are drawn. Everything over there can't possibly be a proper game, because proper games have complex controls you can press and feel, not just simple taps and swipes.
This in turn leads to a lot of wasted time and energy as developers try to cater to this audience by making 'proper games' for touch-screen devices.
Mass Effect Infiltrator is a mobile tie-in for Mass Effect 3. This side story follows Randall Ezno, a Cerberus agent that has "gone rogue." Developed by IronMonkey Studios, the game is a pretty decent touch screen adaptation of BioW... Read Post
Mass Effect Infiltrator, the mobile game that serves as a companion to Mass Effect 3, is now available through the App Store. It can be downloaded to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch for $6.99. Read Post