Welcome to another week of new iOS game releases, and honestly, I don't have anything coherent to say right now. I've been staring at my laptop for nearly 12 hours and the games just keep on coming. It's unbelievable the number of awesome-looking stuff that launched this week, including the sequel to cult-classic PAKO, a
I don't even. What is happening. Nintendo just announced that Mario Kart is coming to mobile via a new game titled Mario Kart Tour. Due out sometime before March 2019, we've got loads of time to wildly speculate what this game is going to be about. Judging by Nintendo's other efforts on mobile, I doubt
To help design a party game that made players feel comfortable and whimsical, That's You! developer Wish Studios turned to graphic designer Annie Atkins, best known as a prop maker for film & TV....
Back in August of last year Bandai Namco announced a new built-for-mobile entry in their long-running fighting game franchise Tekken, with said mobile game soft-launching in the Canadian App Store at that time. Unsurprisingly, this was not a traditional fighting game like the Tekken games you'd find on console and desktop, but rather a simplified
Konami has reported year-over-year increases in both revenue and profit, thanks in no small part to the 'digital entertainments' department that houses its video game projects....
Nowadays platform agnosticism is pretty common and it's not surprising to see games releasing on a variety of platforms. In the case of Death Road to Canada [$11.99], it was sort of a weirder situation. You see, the game was originally envisioned as a mobile title but ultimately launched first on Steam Early Access since
For the 9-month period, Capcom reported a year-over-year decrease in sales but, thanks to a strong showing from its 'digital contents' video game department, an overall jump in profits....
Hearthstone's [Free] Year of the Mammoth is slowly drawing to a close, and Blizzard has decided to celebrate by giving thousands of players free packs, which for most of us is the best way to celebrate any occasion. Those players who haven't put any money in the game will be very happy to hear that
It's that most special of days. There's a new Final Fantasy game on the App Store. It's called Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia, and you're right, that is a bit of a mouthful. But what is the game? And what are you going to be doing in it? [Read more]
Dissidia Final Fantasy OO [Free] is the kind of game you can easily be sucked into for hours at a time if you like what it's giving you. Though loosely connected to the similarly named console fighting game, OO is as classic a Final Fantasy experience as we've seen on mobile, albeit one that has the
The GDC 2018 Technical Artist Bootcamp is shaping up to be a fantastic day-long learning opportunity, with expert sessions that offer deep dives into different facets of art & tech in game production....
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds brought in $712M alone as PC's top paid-game, but free-to-play games still came out on top....
We're finally getting back to "normal" Wednesday mornings- Or, as normal as a Wednesday on the App Store can be, anyway, with a huge amount of games getting released. We've already had news posts (and reviews) published for a few of these, but I'm pretty excited to dive into Pako 2 myself. On the made-up
Our wish list for the mobile device of the future -- to keep us connected -- whatever happens.
Sales and profits are up at Nintendo thanks to the continued success of the Switch, which has now officially outsold the Wii U. ...
Final Fantasy games on mobile tend to fall into one of two categories.They're either expensive-for-mobile ports of the console classics or free-to-play exercises in nostalgia, pulling characters together from throughout the series in the hopes that people will shell out money to chase their favorites. Dissidia Final Fantasy OO [Free] belongs more to the latter category, but
After being teased with a short video almost a year ago, Bring You Home [$2.99] from Alike Studio has just been surprise released on the App Store. If you aren’t familiar with Alike Studio, they made the amazing Love You To Bits [$3.99] that we loved and it also saw quite a bit of post
Hi there, and welcome to our ever-increasing list of the very best games for iPhone. We're going to be updating this regularly with new content, so make sure you check back often, because you're not going to want to miss out on even one of the games we're including here. Trust me, they're that good. [Read more]
So you've spent some time with Clash Royale and you've decided you like it, but the experience isn't quite up your street? That's cool, it takes all sorts to make a world. But there are a lot of alternatives out there, and you might be a bit confused. [Read more]
It's not glamorous work wrangling monsters in Tactical Monsters Rumble Arena, at least to start. The game features legendary creatures like Dracula and Medusa, but they aren't on your roster when you begin playing, and you could find yourself decidedly underwhelmed by your early game choices. [Read more]