When that first trailer for Project Odin, now officially known as ODIN: Valhalla Rising came out, I was mad skeptical. I mean, sure the game LOOKED amazing but will with PLAY amazing, that’s the real question!
Ten years ago, we’d joke about and make fun of anyone who claims mobile gaming was actual gaming. Nowadays, that’s going to be difficult to do with a straight face. From large-scale MMOs to masterfully-crafted solo experiences, Unreal Engine-developed titles celebrate how they’re transforming the mobile gaming landscape.
NieR Re[in]carnation first gameplay reveal gave us a glimpse of what we can expect for the upcoming mobile game and damm, I wasn’t expecting it to look so clean!
Dragon Raja, an incredible fantasy mobile MMORPG with absolutely stunning graphics has finally dropped on Google Play and Apple play store, but how does it hold up?
WAR OF THE VISIONS FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS®, a new tactical RPG born from the FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS® universe is set for a spring release and actually looks pretty cool.
Another year, another bulk of mobile game to rate in this year’s Top 5 Most Friendliest F2P Gacha Game In 2019. This the third year I’ve done this list and looking back, we had some interesting games. Last year I wrote a blog titled “Top 5 Most Friendliest F2P Gacha Game In 2018”, so it’s only natural that I’d do one for 2019 once again.
A trend that I’ve started to notice coming from the East is the heavy investment of MMO’s on mobile devices. Sometimes, they’ll even introduce games that can be played on both PC and mobile phones to try and reel in possible PC gamers who might be open to trying out this new form of MMO. It’s an interesting trend that I’d like to delve deeper into it to see if thats’s something that viable. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the term “MMORPG” on mobile phones, however these new once are developed from the ground up to be full blown “classical” MMO’s that can be experienced on the go.
I just found out that Mario Kart Tour is now available today on iOS and Android, so I decided to download the game and see how it fairs. And honestly, it’s actually a lot of fun.
I’ll be honest, I did not expect this at all. I assumed that Apple was going to be heading in the same direction as Google’s Stadia, but nope! Instead, they’re focusing entirely on exclusive mobile games with Apple Arcade, that you can’t get anywhere else.