Pokémon Duel, A Brand New Mobile Game

Pokémon Duel is a brand new mobile game that released today for iOS and Android devices. This new strategy game has been released in North America with no prior warning. However, the app has been available for some time in Japan under the name Pokémon Comaster. Essentially, Pokémon Duel is a strategy based virtual board game,Continue reading “Pokémon Duel, A Brand New Mobile Game”

Square Enix Announces Guardian Codex

The publisher of Final Fantasy, Square Enix, has announced a new game called Guardian Codex. Guardian Codex will be released later this fall on Android and iOS. As stated on the game’s official page, the game will have a cooperative multiplayer mode, which will support up to three people. The game will be free-to-play, but will include microtransactions.Continue reading “Square Enix Announces Guardian Codex”

Miitomo Marks a Strong Start for Nintendo

Nintendo made their first foray into the mobile market last month, with the release of Miitomo, a very Nintendo-esque take on social media. Although it has only been around for a short time, Miitomo has managed to rack up 4 million active users, with micro-transactions racking up an average of US$280,000 a week. Miitomo isContinue reading “Miitomo Marks a Strong Start for Nintendo”

Potential Western PS Vita Release for Adventures of Mana

Adventures of Mana has just released on iOS and Android devices, but as it turns out, only Japan is getting the PlayStation Vita version—at least, for now. A Western release of this version is basically up in the air as Square Enix looks into it, and they want you to let them know on theirContinue reading “Potential Western PS Vita Release for Adventures of Mana”

Tap My Katamari Rolls Onto iOS and Android

Katamari fans rejoice, as the previously reported trademark claim for Tap My Katamari has come to fruition, with Bandai Namco releasing a brief trailer today. The short video captures the infectious charm and humour of the franchise, as well as briefly demonstrating the new gameplay style. This fresh 2D sidescroller approach to the Katamari formula isContinue reading “Tap My Katamari Rolls Onto iOS and Android”

Review — Expander (PC)

This is not going to be a long review, let me get that out of the way right now. Not because there’s laziness on my part, necessarily, but mostly because there’s very little game to actually review here. Expander is a mobile port of the worst variety, a ninety-nine cent endless runner quickly ported onto Steam for noContinue reading “Review — Expander (PC)”

Tap My Katamari Trademark Claimed

It’s been a few years since the last Katamari game, but the wait might not last much longer. Bandai Namco Games, the developer and publisher of the Katamari franchise, recently filed a trademark claim for an unknown product to be titled “Tap My Katamari.” The trademark was accompanied by the registration of a domain byContinue reading “Tap My Katamari Trademark Claimed”

Fallout Shelter Recieves Thanksgiving Update

The popular mobile game Fallout Shelter has just received a Thanksgiving update for the upcoming holiday. The update includes turkeys and stylish pilgrim costumes for your Vault dwellers. Bethesda, the game’s developer, seems to be making a special update for each holiday (the Halloween update included cobwebs, costumes, and cauldrons) so it wouldn’t be a surprise to seeContinue reading “Fallout Shelter Recieves Thanksgiving Update”

King Digital Entertainment Bought By Activision Blizzard

Activision’s incredibly popular Blizzard division has absorbed another company into its folds recently in the form of King Studios, the creators of the worldwide phenomenon that is Candy Crush, in an effort to expand its influence as a ‘leader in digital entertainment,’ at least according to the official document. King Digital Entertainment was certainly a prime targetContinue reading “King Digital Entertainment Bought By Activision Blizzard”

Nintendo Unveils First Foray Into Mobile Gaming, Miitomo

In what is perhaps the biggest step yet in Nintendo’s newfound interest in mobile gaming (you know, aside from that Pokemon Snap port), the immensely popular Japanese gaming giant has recently announced its first official mobile app, dubbed “Miitomo.” Let it be known, however, that this is most certainly not a Nintendo approved ‘game’ forContinue reading “Nintendo Unveils First Foray Into Mobile Gaming, Miitomo”

FCC Proposes Rules for Next-Gen Wireless Tech

The FCC have proposed rules for new wireless frequencies which will provide mobile service with significantly more capacity and faster speeds for next-generation mobile and Wi-Fi technology. Previous limitations prevented mobile services in these frequencies but new developments will allow use for mobile applications, such as 5G. These bands will be available using a variety ofContinue reading “FCC Proposes Rules for Next-Gen Wireless Tech”