Mortal Kombat X has finally been out for a bit now, but since the game's release one feature hasn't been available for anyone to play. That feature is the Thunder God Raiden Challenge, which up until this update was a lonely, darkened, unusable button on your screen. Now it is more than a nice looking image on your screen.
Square Enix held their press event today and one of the titles announced for mobile was a new Lara Croft game called Lara Croft GO. While there was very little in the way of details announced, the company did mention a few things that are of interest to note.
One of the bigger announcements for mobile was that Square Enix would be bringing Final Fantasy VII to iOS. However, what about Android gamers, many of whom are big Final Fantasy fans and want Final Fantasy VII to play? Well, unfortunately nothing was announced for Android.
Ubisoft's Just Dance series has a new title coming out soon which is appropriately named Just Dance 2016. They showed off a bit of this game during their press conference at E3 yesterday, complete with a popular Top 40 singer on stage, and it was pretty much as you would expect a Just Dance game to be.
The big update we have been expecting has finally arrived for Blizzard's popular TCG title Hearthstone. Over the past couple of weeks we have been reporting on a few new features that Blizzard was teasing as coming soon. Those features are now here, all in one update for players to check out.
If you follow mobile gaming news on a regular basis then you may have noticed that mobile MOBAs are starting to become a lot more common. While there are only a few out currently, there are a lot of titles currently under development, which means MOBA players are going to have a lot of choices soon. Soon gamers in the West will be able to add another to their list of upcoming MOBAs with a new one called CroNix.
Well today is the official Day 1 of E3 2015, with yesterday being technically Day 0 since it is just press conferences all day, and even though the press conference day was yesterday, there is still some happening today as well. There is also plenty of live coverage of the actual E3 show floor as well happening.
Currently available already on iOS, although some people say its a timed exclusive while Bethesda employees say its just not ready yet for Android, the company has released a new Fallout game for mobile games called Fallout Shelter. So it will be coming to Android as well, just not for a little bit. If you're expecting a full Fallout mobile game, then unfortunately this won't fulfill that desire. It will, however, scratch that Fallout itch you may get when out and about.
Originally released for PC and console back in 2011, the PAYDAY franchise is a series of games that are FPS style and focus on players robbing banks, taking hostages (which can be used to trade for any arrested members), traffic narcotics, and so on.
Having been out for awhile now for Android devices, Machinarium is a delightful little adventure that'll have you grinning from ear to ear when you're not scratching your head in complete bafflement. It's developed by Amanita Design, a small indie studio from the Czech Republic that made a name for itself years ago with a lovely browser-based game called Samorost, mixing animation and macro plant photography to create a surreal space adventure with a distinct organic feel.
EA announced during their press conference two new games that will be heading to mobile soon - Minions Paradise and Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes. While the company didn't go into too much detail about either game, we do have a general idea as to what each one is about.