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  • Blog Post: Hearthstone Is Finally Heading To Japan

    Hearthstone has been a big hit for Blizzard, but Japanese players have been forced to play a non-localized version. Soon they won't have to. Blizzard has announced that the game will be heading, fully localized, to Japan this month. According to CEO and Blizzard co-founder Mike Morhaime, Japanese... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Has No Plans To Make Monster Hunter Freedom Unite iOS 9 Compatible

    Released last year on iOS devices, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is not compatible with iOS 9, and Capcom has no plans to update the game. News of the game's non-compatibility comes from its iTunes product description page , which you can see screen capped below. It reads, "This application is... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] 2K Says BioShock Will Return To iOS App Store After It's Fixed

    Update: 2K says that it will be restoring BioShock to the iOS App Store as soon as it is able to fix firmware compatibility issues. A company representative replied to our request with a statement. "2K recently provided inaccurate information to customers surrounding removal of BioShock for iOS... More
  • Blog Post: Get Infinity Blade III And A Ton Of UE 4 Assets For Free

    Chair is not only giving away the last installment of the Infinity Blade series for free, but also tons of assets for budding developers. Epic Games' Dana Cowley announced the giveaway on the Unreal Engine site . Infinity Blade III can be downloaded from iTunes , but the bigger news is the massive... More
  • Blog Post: The Next Apple TV Supports Third-Party iOS Controllers

    Apple recently made a big deal about the game functionality of its newest Apple TV, but buried under the fine print on the company's website is one intriguing new detail that Apple didn’t touch on in its presentation. The that new Apple TV will support MFi (Made for iOS) video game controllers... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Unveils iPhone 6S And 6S Plus With 3D Touch

    Apple just announced the next versions of its best-selling smartphones, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, and the company's newest phone innovation (slightly) changes the way you can use multi-touch. Want a quick rundown? Here are main details you need to know about the new iPhone 6S: The iPhone 6S introduces... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars: Uprising Action-RPG Arriving September 10

    The bonanza of Force Friday toy news is now in the past, but that doesn’t mean the road to The Force Awakens doesn’t have some imminent excitement. Kabam is getting ready to launch the latest mobile game in the Star Wars franchise, giving players something to bridge Return of the Jedi to... More
  • Blog Post: Pokémon Shuffle Now On IOS, Android

    Pokémon Shuffle arrived on 3DS earlier this year, and now the free-to-play match-three game is available on iOS and Android devices. Pokémon Shuffle Mobile features more than 150 collectible critters, as well as Facebook integration to help any of your friends who are also playing the game... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile: Revive Planets, Survive Deathclaws, And Build Theme Parks

    This week, mobile gaming receives a few new puzzlers and sees a major update in a former fan favorite. Players will also be happy to see a game in the mix that neither costs money nor offers in-app purchases. Fallout Shelter Developer: Bethesda Platform(s): iOS , Android Price: Free (in-app purchases... More
  • Blog Post: Camp Pokémon Gets Snorlax-Sized Content Update

    The Pokémon Company International announced today the free iOS app Camp Pokémon has received new content. Available now, the update includes the new Pok émon TCG Match and Pokémon Theater activities. Here's a video detailing all of the new additions: Although TCG Match... More
  • Blog Post: Angry Birds 2 Was Downloaded One Million Times In Half A Day

    Angry Birds 2 released on Thursday, and within 12 hours, the game had already been downloaded one million times. It's completely free-to-play this time around, adopting the standard model of forcing players to wait to play more if they use up their continues. It also has a ridiculous number of levels... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile: Furious Fowls And 70's Kung Fu

    There are plenty of mobile distractions as the week comes to a close. If you must spend this weekend away from your console, these are the games worth checking out. Rovio released the first true sequel to their blockbuster Angry Birds franchise, while the folks behind CounterSpy tackle the 1970's... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile: Trim Trees, Take Up Pole Vaulting, And Revisit A Classic

    The top new mobile games this week have a lot of variety. Pac-Man fans will be happy to see a familiar game back on the market, this time without in-app purchases. Those looking for a relaxing puzzle game should take a look at Prune, while someone in the market for the opposite will love the quirky runner... More
  • Blog Post: Hearthstone's New Expansion Is The Grand Tournament

    Today at a special event, Blizzard announced a new expansion for Hearthstone, featuring 132 new cards – The Grand Tournament. Those familiar with the Argent Tournament in World of Warcraft know what to expect – a large assortment of cool characters coming out to do battle! The expansion is... More
  • Blog Post: Players Purchased $5.1 Million's Worth Of Lunchboxes In Fallout Shelter

    Bethesda's Fallout-themed simulation of post-apocalyptic life in a vault is raking in a lot of bottle caps. The free-to-play Fallout Shelter made $5.1 million for Bethesda in the first two weeks of its release. Bethesda first announced Fallout Shelter a month ago during E3 2015. The reveal of the... More
  • Blog Post: This War Of Mine Launches On iOS And Android Today

    This War of Mine, the compelling strategy title from 11 bit studios where you play as a civilian in a war-torn region, is making the jump to mobile platforms. Starting today, players can download This War of Mine on iOS and Android tablets. The game is focused on the idea that not everyone is a soldier... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Interactive, 3D Warcraft Trailer Now Available On YouTube 360

    Update: If you don't have Google Cardboard or a phone that can support the Legendary VR app, now there's a way to fly over Azeroth. Legendary has put the Warcraft trailer on YouTube with 360-degree functionality. You need to view this in Google's Chrome browser, but once you have that open... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile: Mountains, Planeswalkers, And Cute Bears

    This week’s top new mobile games are guaranteed to keep you busy. Some, like a new Magic: The Gathering mobile game, require a hefty time investment, but most items on this list are lighthearted and quick games that all keep a solid balance between simplicity and difficulty. Magic Duels Developer... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Solved Its Fallout Shelter Baby-Making Problem In Latest Update

    Die-hard Fallout Shelter fans (myself included) have noticed that sometimes pregnancies go on just a little too long. The scientists at Vault-Tec have figured out just what’s going (and so has Bethesda, which patched the game today). In addition to maternal evictions that are more timely, the new... More
  • Blog Post: Magic Duels: Origins Launches Today For iPhone And iPad

    Magic Duels: Origins released today for iOS mobile platforms, marking the first time Magic: The Gathering has appeared on iPhone. Developer Wizards of the Coast also plans to release this title on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. Magic Duels: Origins shifts away from its predecessor, Duels of the Planeswalker... More
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