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  • Blog Post: Sega Closing Some Mobile Games, But Isn’t Saying Which

    Sega has announced today that it will be closing a number of its mobile offerings. The titles slated for delisting will be removed from the Apple App Store, Samsung App Store, Google Play Store, and Amazon App Store. There’s just one problem. We don’t know which games are being terminated... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Google Play Takes Threes! Off Store Because 2048 Was A Search Word, Creator Responds

    Update: Threes! creator Asher Vollmer has offered a statement regarding Google's move to remove his game from its store, and is understandably frustrated. In response to our inquiry, Vollmer wrote the following in an e-mail: The decision to pull our app was clearly made by a robot and not by a human... More
  • Blog Post: Grim Fandango Remastered Releases On iOS And Android Today

    Tim Schafer's classic adventure game rereleased earlier this year for PC, Mac, Linux, and PS4, but this Day of the Dead-inspired title isn't done being resurrected. Today the game is available via both the iOS and Android marketplaces. This tale of crime and corruption in the land of the dead... More
  • Blog Post: Hearthstone Reaches 30 Million Player Milestone

    The Twitter account for Blizzard's Hearthstone:Heroes of Warcraft has announced that the strategy card game has reached 30 million players, adding 5 million to the its count since January of this year. Launching on PC and Mac in March of last year, the game appeared on iPad in April 2014 and Android... More
  • Blog Post: Chewie Puts His Bowcaster To Use In Star Wars: Force Collection's Contra Minigame

    Konami has put a silly little minigame in its Star Wars: Force Collection collectible-card game. Chewbacca gets his own chance to shine thanks to an homage to the company's own NES game, Contra. It features nods to the classic game, including spread shots, spinning jumps, and behind-the-back sections... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports UFC Releases On Mobile Devices And Tablets

    EA Sports UFC, which launched on consoles last year, has hit mobile devices and tablets across the world today. The game allows players to choose from a roster of over 70 fighters to train to become the next champion. This version of the game had previously launched in South Korea, Canada, Singapore... More
  • Blog Post: Activision Has No Plans To Release A Guitar Hero Game In 2016

    One of the biggest complaints Guitar Hero fans had during the series' original run was that Activision and the many development studios working on the franchise were flooding the market with retail releases, running the series and its genre into the ground. During a recent meeting with Activision... More
  • Blog Post: Guitar Hero Live's GHTV To Feature 'Hundreds' Of Songs At Launch

    Activision's senior director of product management Tyler Michaud recently spoke with us about GHTV, the playable music video network that is set to be continually updated throughout the game's life. When asked how many songs would be made available on the game, Michaud wouldn't go into specifics... More
  • Blog Post: Hitman Go Celebrates Its First Anniversary With Sale

    Square Enix is celebrating the first birthday of their mobile stealth puzzle game, Hitman Go, with a limited time sale priced at $0.99 on the iOS , Android , and Amazon app stores. Along with the price drop, Square Enix hinted that a new project, aside from the already announced mobile game Hitman: Sniper... More
  • Blog Post: Hearthstone Arrives On Mobile Phones Today, Productivity Everywhere Ceases

    Today is the day you’ve been waiting for, Hearthstone fans. The long-awaited smartphone version is available today. Blizzard’s free-to-play, collectible card game has been a big winner for the publisher . With the second solo adventure recently, Blackrock Mountain, in progress now, the game... More
  • Blog Post: Guitar Hero Reborn With Live-Action Gameplay And New Guitar Controller

    The Guitar Hero franchise is staging a comeback tour this year, and but it’s looking like it’s anything but the same old song and dance. Unveiled today as Guitar Hero Live, Activision will be tapping FreeStyleGames, the studio responsible for the DJ Hero franchise, in a major reimagining... More
  • Blog Post: Professor Layton And Fantasy Life Sequels Heading To Mobile Devices In Japan

    Sequels to two Level-5 franchises were revealed at a recent Level-5 focused event in Japan. According to a report form Polygon , the new Layton game, titled Layton 7, plays less like a traditional Layton game filled with puzzles, and instead focuses on a single puzzle – figuring out who is a vampire... More
  • Blog Post: The Avengers (Re)Assemble For Age Of Ultron Pinball

    Zen Studios has announced a new table for its virtual pinball empire, based on Marvel's upcoming superhero movie. Learn more in our hands-on impressions. Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron sets up the clash between the titular Avengers and the subtitular Ultron (though you won't have to worry... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Seeking Beta Testers For Ghostbusters Mobile Game

    Capcom has a mobile Ghostbusters game in the works and it is currently seeking beta testers. If you head over to Capcom's Unity website , you can take a survey in order to sign yourself up for the mysterious beta. The questions of the survey don't reveal or even hint at what the game is, how... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile: Ducks, Drifting, and Dungeons

    Progress through the ranks to become the ultimate rock star or jump into the classic DuckTales platformer, with this week’s top mobile games. Rock On, Hellrider, and The Quest Keeper are all free to download. Rock On Developer: FreshPlanet Platform: iOS Price: Free FreshPlanet, best known for their... More
  • Blog Post: WWE 2K Comes To Mobile In New Simulation Game

    If WWE Supercard doesn’t scratch your itch for wrestling on the go, 2K’s latest might be a better fit. WWE 2K is a simulation-style game coming this spring for iOS and Android. Visual Concepts (which worked on the console versions with Yuke’s) and n-Space have created a version of the... More
  • Blog Post: New Star Wars Rebels Game Launches On Mobile Devices

    The first season of Disney's popular Star Wars Rebels television show recently wrapped up. Fans were given plenty to cheer about, including classic ship designs, and an attitude-driven droid named Chopper. We'll get our first look at season two at this year's Star Wars Celebration (starting... More
  • Blog Post: Driver Franchise Hits The Water Speedboat Paradise

    The Driver series is back - and heading for the waterways. Ubisoft has released an announcement trailer for Driver Speedboat Paradise, a new boat racing game for Android and iOS phones and tablets. The game will feature tropical locales like Miami, Cancun, and Venice and a number of different gameplay... More
  • Blog Post: Blackrock Mountain Adventure Coming To Hearthstone In April

    Hearthstone’s latest update is coming in March, and is bringing new bosses for Adventure Mode with it. Though Blizzard hasn’t revealed many specifics, they have said that one of the new bosses will be Ragnaros, the Firelord – who World of Warcraft fans should remember from the Molten... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia Announces New Shield Microconsole

    Several Android consoles have come and gone, but that hasn't stopped companies eager to enter the battle for the living room from making them. The latest comes from the graphics experts at Nvidia. Powered by the Tegra X1, Nvidia says the new Shield microconsole can stream 4K decoded video at 60Hz... More
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