XD Games have announced a new tactical fantasy RPG is coming from their studio: Sword of Convallaria. The game is being developed for both mobile and PC gamers, two markets that typically don’t blend.
Bandai Namco, holders of the Gundam license, are once again publishing another mobile game based around it. MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM U.C. ENGAGE is already out in Japan and has racked up 2.5 million downloads there; the English version was confirmed today for Apple and Android devices.
Avatar: The Last Airbender has had a presence in the mobile gaming scene for some time now; the most recent title being Avatar Generations, which we just wrote about last week. But there’s more on the way…publisher Tilting Point and developer AN Games have announced they’re working on their own Avatar game, due for release in 2024.
Avatar Generations is an open-world mobile game that was introduced earlier this year The game is designed to retell the storyline from the original three seasons of the series and give you and your friends the chance to play as Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph, and Zuko all at once. And even though it’s only a few months old, it’s already celebrating its one-year anniversary…wait a minute, how?
Sometime in 2019, during a livestream video filled with announcements for upcoming Pokemon products, a bizarre spinoff for mobile devices was shown off briefly. It was called Pokemon Sleep and the teaser heavily implied that the game was played by sleeping. Literally sleeping.
Two years ago, developer Tilting Point released SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off on mobile devices, The game, mainly about cooking Krabby Patties, was a massive hit and spread from mobile to console to PC, and received a physical edition this past February. This made future collaborations between Tilting Point and Nickelodeon inevitable, and so they’re giving the SpongeBob property a second go — this time with something a bit more substantial.
VIC Games Studio has announced that, following a successful closed beta test, pre-registration is now open for its mobile RPG Black Clover M: Rise Of The Wizard King.
We just received two news items on the same day relating to Avatar: The Last Airbender and the world thereof, so we might as well combine them into one post. The first regards Avatar Generations, the mobile game that launched earlier this year.
When will we have a video game set in the Avatar: The Last Airbender universe that is worthy of the show’s quality? That day is…not today, but we can keep hoping. Avatar Generations is a cool idea — a turn-based squad RPG adventure game — but it’s exclusively for mobile devices. Darn!
It’s been so darn long since we last had a Tomb Raider game that we’ll take whatever scraps we can get. A tie-in with a pressure hose washing simulator? Fine, about time. And Tomb Raider Reloaded, today’s subject, may be a mobile game, but it looks competent enough to scratch the snarky British heiress-shaped itch we have.
This week, Square Enix’s long-awaited remake of the lost SNES classic Live A Live was released internationally. Millions are now getting the chance to enjoy this formerly Japan-exclusive title from the company’s Golden Age, now reproduced in the studio’s “H2-2D” style. A style that, by the way, just happened to be introduced by the game this article is talking about, so…cue segue!
Bandai Namco has announced an upcoming strategy game for mobile devices based on SD Gundam. It will be the latest in a long, long line of Gundam-related games from the Japanese developer.