Holy touch interface, Batman! Batman: Arkham Origins will be coming to your favorite mobile app store this holiday season (assuming your favorite app store is either iOS or Android). Swipe, tap, and slide your way to victory. Judging from the trailer, it looks to be a fairly impressive port of the upcoming blockbuster. The graphics look solid, and all the animations looks smooth. Naturally, we’ll only be able to test the interface once it’s out, but I’m hopeful that it will work well. There have been many poor mobile ports, I’d like something a bit better for Mr. Wayne.
No official release date for the mobile version has been released, but the console [...]
Square Enix has announced on its official Japanese website that Dragon Quest I-VIII will soon be ported to iOS and Android in Japan.
Deux Ex: The Fall, the latest installment in the Deus Ex series, is making its way to iOS.
The developers over at 343 Industries and Vanguard Games have recently announced Halo: Spartan Assault, an action packed, single player campaign that throws you into an all new Halo experience from a top down camera view.
Spartan Assault takes place between the events of Halo 3 and Halo 4 and begins a new chapter in the Halo Universe that digs deeper into the first missions of the Spartan Ops program and dives even deeper into the back story of the Human–Covenant wars. As the player, we’ll be able to look through the eyes of Commander Sarah Palmer or Spartan Davis (the yellow Spartan) aboard the UNSC Infinity as they fight toe to toe in never before seen battles [...]
2012 was a great year for mobile games, and here at The Game Fanatics, we’re counting down our Top 5 as 2013 is slowly rolling in! For all my app-happy gamers out there, I strongly suggest you check these out; they will provide you with hours of entertainment and are suitable for all ages. Happy Holidays!
The “Tower Offense” game Anomaly Warzone Earth has gotten a sequel.
Flavor Monster, a new game released by Truth in an effort to discourage smoking in players of all ages, comes to us on the Android system and iOS.
Even though the iPhone has no problem reaching out to the casual gamer audience, some people still aren’t satisfied with the device or the lack of “real” games. While we would certainly invite you to extrapolate on what you feel constitutes a “real” game, if what you mean is that there aren’t any console-quality games, well, we have news for you. There are quite a few. We’ve touched on great mobile games before such as Shadowgun, and even our favorite Android apps for gamers, now we bring you an iOS-specific list.
It wasn’t too long ago that no one really knew what to do with mobile hardware so you had what equated to carnival games with decent enough varnish – [...]
In a meeting room blocks away from the rest of PAX, we were shown the Wikipad and it left us really impressed.
At PAX PowerA was showing off two of their new devices and we got a hands on with both of them.
Red Robot has something quite interesting up their sleeve, and it turns out that it is magic. And free magic at that.
As a gamer, you probably like to believe that you’re “a god” at certain video games, am I right? Well what if I told you that you had a chance to actually be a god in Bulkypix’s new tower defense game, Babel Rising: Cataclysm.
So you may be an Angry Birds pro and you win every Words With Friends game by a long shot, but do you think you have what it takes to score a billion points in only 90 seconds?
A brand new iPad game has been released on the App Store by Daedalic Entertainment. Edna & Harvey: The Breakout is an award-winning adventure game with a price tag of $5.99.