Command & Conquer first started in 1995 by the now defunct Westwood Studios can be described as the defining game of the real-time strategy (RTS) genre. Its existence never fade through the years, or at least not until 2012. In an age where mobile gaming is where the money is, it is a surprise that EA-owned Command & Conquer did not hop on the mobile gaming bandwagon. Wait. Actually, it did. EA did bring Command & Conquer: Red Alert to iOS in 2009, but it was not available to all regions. That changes today with the release of Command & Conquer: Rivals. Continue reading Command & Conquer: Rivals Officially Available Now For Android And iOS
I usually don’t do mobile games, unless it is super cool, awesome, kawaii, or weird as [email protected]*k, but for some reasons, when Go Straight appeared in our inbox, I felt compelled to share it with you guys. Billed as a 2D arcade game by its developer, AyGame, Go Straight is a simple and potentially addictive game in the line of Flappy Bird. Continue reading This 2D Diagonally Traveling Boat Game May just Be A Chart Topper
The recently unveiled BMW M2 Competition may take a while before it hit the roads, but petrol heads with a thing for performance cars, particularly BMW, will be able to take the wheel, albeit not physically, within hours after its world premiere at the Beijing Motor Show (April 25-May 04, 2018) by playing CSR Racing 2 mobile game. Continue reading This Is How You Can “Drive” The Newly Unveiled BMW M2 Competition
If you haven’t already heard, the much anticipated DC mobile RPG, DC: Unchained, is out earlier this week. We have a go at it and I am already hook. It remains to be seen if this “freemium” mobile game requires you to invest real money to progress. However, after a few days with the game, it seems like you do not need to use real money to make decent progress. Of course, if you do, you should be able to make the rank faster, but that’s really not necessary at this point. There was a pre-opening on March 26 and the official opening is earmarked to be on the March 29. Continue reading WB Games DC: Unchained Mobile Role-playing Game Is Finally Available!
Tamagotchi, the digital pet that took the world by storm (well, kind of) was released 21 years ago in Japan and 20 years ago, in 1997, to the rest of the world. I am not sure the allure of this virtual pet thing, but it was somewhat a huge hit two decades ago. At least it was huge enough that even my ex-girlfriend had one (which I need help to take care, btw). Anyways, to mark the 20th year, Bandai Namco is not only re-releasing an updated Tamagotchi, but it is also going the mobile route with a smartphone and tablet app version called My Tamagotchi Forever. Well, forever only if you keep a look out for it cos’ while on the mobile platform, this digital pet of yours will still need to be fed, bathed, and loved, or it will say sayonara to you. Continue reading Bandai Namco Brings Back Tamagotchi In Both Hardware And App Iterations
Oh. You weren’t invited to the China’s 19th CPC National Congress? Oh, what ashamed. But I am sure if you are in China, you would have tuned in and watched the monotone speech given by China’s incumbent President Xi Jinping which went on for an excruciating three hours and twenty three minutes. We are not a political website, btw, nor are we pro-China, and therefore, we shall refrain from touching on what was the speech was about. But as you have come to expect from a speech of this nature, it was appropriately interjected by enthusiastic applause from the floor. Continue reading There Is A Mobile Game That Lets You Clap For China’s President. Yes, Really.