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Bandai Namco’s mobile fighter ‘Dragon Ball Legends’ is out in the US

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

A few months ago I wrote about the pre-registration announcement for Bandai Namco's casual free-to-play fighter Dragon Ball Legends, and it was clear that the game was going to be a more cinematic take on Tekken Mobile with a Dragon Ball skin slapped on top. Tapping on cards to pull off a few power moves as you balance holding your thumb on the screen to charge their power is really all there is to it, which in the end plays out more like a game of rock paper scissors instead of the traditional fighting games we are all familiar with.

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Bandai Namco's mobile fighter 'Dragon Ball Legends' is out in the US was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

‘Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle’ is the perfect game to play today

Friday, April 13th, 2018

You may not have noticed in the rush of your weekday routine, but today is Friday the 13th. So what better day is there for the creators of the popular serial killer puzzle game Slayaway Camp to release their latest horror-filled puzzler Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle? Surprisingly the studio somehow gained permission from New Line Cinema Productions to use the Friday the 13th license, which means you can expect to stalk and slay human prey as you take on the role of the infamous Jason Voorhees.

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'Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle' is the perfect game to play today was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Hands-on] Disney Heroes: Battle Mode, a boring auto-brawler with a kid-friendly theme

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

PerBlue Entertainment's Disney Heroes: Battle Mode is an upcoming free-to-play hero collection auto-brawler that takes advantage of both Disney and Pixar licenses for its theme. I have been able to get my hands on a working pre-release version, so I figured why not give some insight on what this game has to offer before it officially releases so that our readers will have a good idea what to expect. So without further ado, here are my thoughts on the beta of Disney Heroes: Battle Mode.

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[Hands-on] Disney Heroes: Battle Mode, a boring auto-brawler with a kid-friendly theme was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

‘Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery,’ starring Michael Gambon and others from the films, set to release April 25

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

Just this morning Jam City announced that the upcoming release for their choose your own adventure game Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is slated for April 25th. But that isn't the only news coming from the studio. They have also announced that a few of the actors from the Warner Bros. Harry Potter films have provided voiceover work for the game.

In anticipation of the upcoming release, I recently wrote up a piece that covered an easy way to get into the beta program for the Android version of Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery.

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'Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery,' starring Michael Gambon and others from the films, set to release April 25 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Halfbrick Studios turns Fruit Ninja into a competitive multiplayer game with the beta release of ‘Fruit Ninja Fight’

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

Halfbrick Studios haven't been having a good year. They recently laid off half of their workforce and with that sudden change have also decided to start concentrating all of their efforts on their two most successful licenses, Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride. Their latest release on the Play Store is an open beta product still under development. It is called Fruit Ninja Fight, and as the name would suggest, it's a multiplayer-focused Fruit Ninja game.

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Halfbrick Studios turns Fruit Ninja into a competitive multiplayer game with the beta release of 'Fruit Ninja Fight' was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Madfinger Games officially releases ‘Shadowgun Legends’ on the Play Store

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

In an article from earlier this month, I talked about how Madfinger Games was planning the upcoming release for their long-awaited title Shadowgun Legends. This was supposed to go down on March 22nd, and well, it's the 22nd somewhere in the world, which means it's right on time. So if you dig mobile first-person shooters with a penchant for high-quality graphics, then you are in luck because Shadowgun Legends is finally here.

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Madfinger Games officially releases 'Shadowgun Legends' on the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Bandai Namco’s virtual pet simulation game ‘My Tamagotchi Forever’ is out

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

My Tamagotchi Forever has been available as a soft-launch title in Canada for the past few months, but it looks as though Bandai Namco is ready for the rest of us to get a taste of its new free-to-play virtual pet simulation game thanks to it officially releasing today on the Play Store. You can expect plenty of traditional Tamagotchi gameplay such as feeding and washing your digital pet, though there are a few new mechanics added on top that extend the longevity while also stuffing in a few too many in-app purchases.

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Bandai Namco's virtual pet simulation game 'My Tamagotchi Forever' is out was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Hands-on] Night Driver, a boring and unwieldy racer from Atari with a rad ’80s theme

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

It isn't often that Atari brings new games to the Play Store, which is why I wanted to take a closer look at their upcoming release Night Driver. If the name sounds familiar, well, that is because it's an old arcade game originally developed by Atari back in 1976 that was also ported later to the Atari 2600 and Commodore 64 home gaming consoles. This soft-launched mobile version is supposed to be a reimagining of the original racer, with all-new graphics and gameplay.

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[Hands-on] Night Driver, a boring and unwieldy racer from Atari with a rad '80s theme was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

The X-Files: Deep State is bad, even for a hidden object game

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

As any X-Files fan knows, the truth is out there. And well, the truth is The X-Files: Deep State is an appalling release. Even when you take into consideration that this is a casual free-to-play hidden object game, it's still bad when compared to any of the similar titles found within the genre.

The first clue that this is a thoughtless cash grab meant to take advantage of the nostalgic X-Files fanbase is the fact that the in-app purchases range all the way up to $349.30.

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The X-Files: Deep State is bad, even for a hidden object game was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Square Enix’s latest RPG ‘Dissidia Final Fantasy Omnia’ is officially available

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Dissidia Final Fantasy Omnia just came out of pre-registration and is officially available on the Play Store. It is a free-to-play gacha RPG that has centered its theme around the Playstation Portable's series of Dissidia Final Fantasy games. Unlike the original PSP titles (and the new PS4 title), the gameplay is turn-based, though it does use the familiar Brave/HP offense/defense system just like the originals.

What is most notable about Dissidia Final Fantasy Omnia is the fact that there is no PvP, no timers, and no stamina system.

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Square Enix's latest RPG 'Dissidia Final Fantasy Omnia' is officially available was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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