Let’s get this out of the way right now – Nintendo have done well to condense the Animal Crossing format onto mobile devices. Pocket Camp is a well-realised (but slightly shallow) Animal Crossing adventure.
Well, I don’t know if it is “broken” as it is the 22nd of November in some parts of the world. It does mean however that you can get the game right now on iOS and Android devices.
Officially revealed alongside the spectacular-wet-fart-on-a-stage that was the Apple press conference (plus the devastating news that the number “nine” is now officially banned) thatgamecompany announce Sky – a game about giving.
Titanfall: Assault launches tomorrow, August 10th, on Android and iOS. Android players who pre-register for the game on the Google Play store will receive an exclusive Android Titan on launch, according to Respawn Entertainment’s press release.
Pokémon GO news coming at’cha this week, as Niantic have released another legendary Pokémon, as well as giving more information about events this year, following the Pokémon GO Crapfest.
So the user base of Pokemon Go has obviously fallen off a bit, you can no longer walk the streets of your city or in the park and see a load of Trainers scrambling to catch a Weedle. It is still making mad money though.
Magikarp Jump puts one of the most famous fishy Pokémon in the spotlight in what might just be one of the most series’ most bizarre games to date.
TenCent have just announced their gaming revenues for Q1 2017; $3.9 billion. That’s more than double of any other games publisher. And gamers still don’t care.
You know when you lose your keys and you spend half hour trying to find them? And then you find them in the most logical place that makes you judge your own sanity for a few moments? Well Hidden Folks is basically a game build around that sensation.
Fire Emblem Heroes is Nintendo’s next forray in to the mobile arena after the okayish Super Mario Run. FE Heroes will use a F2P standard you know (and maybe have grown to hate) over the years.