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.
Over the last few months, Chinese company XD Inc. has been building up T3 Arena, a 3 on 3 shooter in the spirit of Overwatch, for the mobile market. The game is currently in Early Access form on TapTap, a mobile game distribution platform with over 70 million users.
Last summer, Error300 Games released Mosaic Chronicles, a unique puzzle game where the main task is assembling pieces of stained glass to create art (and reveal parts of a story). Until now the game was a PC exclusive, but it’s soon coming to mobile devices too.
There’s a new Mega Man X game out? Well, kinda. It depends on your definition of new. Mega Man X Dive originally appeared as a mobile game in 2020, and is only just now being ported to the PC. Like the mobile version, it costs nothing.
Welcome To My Cave is a new city building sim game now available for mobile platforms from Irish studio Error300. What’s the twist with this one? You’re building up the very first city ever.
Irish game studio Error300 will soon present the city-building sim Welcome To My Cave on mobile platforms. What’s the twist with this one? You’re building up the very first city ever.
Blitz: Rise Of Heroes, a 3D action RPG from developer Whaleapp (yeesh, what a name), is now available in the mobile market.
Bandai Namco’s Tales series released its latest mainline chapter, Tales Of Arise, on Playstation 5 last September. If you’ve played it, and you’re itching for more, there are 16 more Tales games to track down among various systems going back 25 years…or, in a pinch, you could just download the new Tales Of Luminaria mobile game.
After a successful launch of over one million downloads, Kuro Games’ sci-fi action RPG Punishing: Gray Raven will be keeping interest stoked with frequent content updates…the first of these, Frozen Darkness, is live now.
Warhammer 40.000: Lost Crusade, the first strategy Warhammer built for mobile devices, was set to launch six months ago (and we reported as much)…but for unknown reasons, the game’s release was halted in the USA. Whatever issues happened behind the scenes have been fixed now, though, and you can download the game to your phone starting today.
If you want to play Kuro Game’s upcoming action RPG Punishing: Gray Raven early, now is your chance. Sign-ups for the Android version opened today, and Kuro will only accept three thousand applicants…and for this week only! Sign up through Facebook or Twitter. Those lucky few who get in will receive bonus resources right out of the gate, including 15,000 Black Cards, 10,000 Basic Character Research Tickets, 7,500 Targeted Weapon Research Tickets and 10 Medium Serum Bundles.