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Final Fantasy 6 iOS, Android Screenshots Look Slightly Better Than The Original
Square Enix has sent out screenshots for their upcoming iOS remake of Final Fantasy 6. They look...good-ish?
GTA San Andreas Coming To Mobile Devices
Rockstar revealed today that they're going to release a mobile version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in December. The mobile port of the 2004 PS2 adventure will be available on iOS, Android, Kindle and Windows Mobile devices.
Assassin's Creed Pirates Mobile Game Arriving Next Week
The next Assassin's Creed game will be arriving on December 5th. Assassin's Creed Pirates is a mobile game set one year after the events of Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag.
Doctor Who: Legacy Hits Mobile Devices This Week
Allons-y! Geranimo! Fantastic! In a word (or maybe two), Doctor Who. Big things are happening in the world of the Doctor and, to celebrate, BBC Worldwide, Tiny Rebel Games and Seed Studio have announced a brand new free-to-play puzzle RPG game sporting the many faces of one of Sci-Fiís most legendary characters, Doctor Who: Legacy. Itís wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey, and itíll be available soon for Android and iOS.
Final Fantasy 4: The After Years Hits Mobile Devices
Final Fantasy 4: The After Years has arrived on iOS and Android devices. After Years continues the storyline of the 1991 SNES RPG Final Fantasy 4.
PS4 Companion Mobile App Launches On iOS And Android
Future PS4 owners can now download the official PlayStation App to their Android and iOS devices. This app allows players to stay connected to PSN while they're on the go and also access a few new features.
Hearthstone Open Beta Launching In December
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft's beta could be opened up to all players soon, Blizzard revealed this weekend at BlizzCon. The company also detailed some new features and platforms on the horizon for the multiplayer card game.
GTA 5 iFruit App Now On Android
iFruit, the companion mobile app to Grand Theft Auto V, is now available for Android devices. The free app allows you to check in on Los Santos while you're out of the game.
Batman: Arkham Origins Mobile Game Hits App Store
Batman: Arkham Origins, the mobile game inspired by the upcoming PC/console game of the same name, officially debuted today on iOS devices. The game can be downloaded through the App Store for no charge.
Mutant Football League Kickstarter Campaign Fails
Mutant League Football creator Michael Mendheim's Kickstarter campaign for a new monster-based football game has failed. The month-long campaign raised only $141,821 of the base goal of $750,000.
Batman: Arkham Origins Mobile Game Announced
Mortal Kombat and Injustice: Gods Among Us developer NetherRealm Studios is building a mobile game inspired by Batman: Arkham Origins. The mobile game will be available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch at around the same time as the PC and console versions of Arkham Origins. An Android version is planned for the holiday season as well.
Dungeons Defenders 2 Won't Be A League Of Legends Clone
Dungeon Defenders 2 won't be a challenge to the likes of Dota 2 and League Of Legends 2 after all. Developer Trendy Entertainment has decided to cut the MOBA-style, player-versus-player mode originally planned for the sequel.
Shadowrun Returns Released On iOS And Android Devices
Harebrained Schemes' role-playing game Shadowrun Returns made its debut on mobile devices today. Returns, a brand-new adventure based on the popular pen-and-paper game, can be purchased through iTunes or Google Play for $9.99.
Humble Mobile Bundle 2 Offers Punch Quest, Carmageddon
Today Humble Bundle Inc. began offering their second collection of independently developed mobile games. Humble Mobile Bundle 2 includes six games in total, two of which have never appeared on Android devices before.
Japan Surpasses America In Mobile Game Spending
The iPhone is already quite the popular thing around the world. The phone helps to move massive amounts of mobile apps every single month from nearly every corner of the world. Something you may not have known, though, is that Japanese gamers actually spend more money on iPhone apps than American gamers.
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