Google Play Games is breaking up with Google+. The process started earlier this year in February when Google introduced Gamer IDs to replace the need to sign in to Google+ and give or deny permissions with every new Google Play game you downloaded. The final nail in the coffin for Google+ integration into Play Games came via an announcement yesterday when the company made public that all Google+ integrations would cease to function starting in February 2017. Continue reading “Google Play games is getting rid of Google+ for good”
Seems like a good day for mobile gamers as two high-profile games, DC Legends and Asphalt Xtreme, make their debut on the Google Playstore today and for fans of Pokemon Go, those who are still playing the game, Niantic now plans to reward you for the loyalty. Or it’s just them trying to keep players coming back more often. Continue reading “Android Gaming : DC Legends hits the Playstore, Asphalt Xtreme gets off road too, Pokemon Go to bring daily reward”
Superheroes are so mainstream today than they’ve ever been. Each year consistently sees movies after movies and now we have just as many comic book based TV shows (and yet the fanboy in me misses the good old Smallville days ). The gaming industry is not that far behind either with several titles such as Injustice and a new spin on the Dark Knight by Telltale.
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and more of the most popular superheroes are sharing the screen once again with the Joker, Harley Quinn, Doomsday and more this fall. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced the upcoming release a new mobile game starring superheroes and super villains at New York Comic Con on Thursday, Oct. 6. The game is set to launch on November 3. Continue reading “DC Legends coming to Android and iOS on November 3! Pre-register now to unlock free bonus at launch”
The story of the Dark Knight has been told many times in many different formats. Telltale Games, well-known for their story-driven titles, released the first episode of their Batman series back in August for various gaming platforms. The first episode, Realm of Shadows, is now available on the Play Store for select devices.
Google began playing with app streaming about a year ago via searches in the Google app for a few specific apps. Google Play Store’s app streaming feature has started rolling out to users in some countries, such as the United States. This feature lets users try an app or game for 10 minutes before they buy it and install it on their devices as you may have learned from the title.
Oz: Broken Kingdom™ is a mobile role-playing game (RPG) that transports players into a reimagined world of Oz that has been corrupted by a Great Darkness. Players are introduced to newcomer Ophelia Shen, who joins familiar but now legendary Tin Man, Lion, and Scarecrow on an epic quest to battle the new evil and restore Oz to its former glory. Oz: Broken Kingdom is available now as a free download on the App Store for iPhone and iPad and Google Play for Android devices.
Even though Pokémon GO is the most downloaded game of all time, the company still sees a decline in user data base everyday. Niantic Labs have taken note of the situation and they’re implementing some changes to retain the number. The company is now reversing bans and adding some previously announced features like support for Pokémon GO Plus and Buddy Pokémon. Moreover, the update is not positive all around. See what’s new in the details mentioned below.
Pokemon GO, despite its relatively short lifespan on the mobile games market, has gone through many different iterations. What began as a buggy yet addictive mobile app has successfully managed to transition through the loss of 15 million daily Pokemon GO users and into a game that has made noticeably large strides toward upgrading its features and overall performance. The development team behind Pokemon GO has been busy attempting to meet the expectations of over 200 million players, and unbelievably, the process has been met with fan support in recent weeks.
Talk about bending the rules, Acer’s Predator 21 X promises more immersive gaming with its industry-first curved display.
It’s either go BIG or go home Acer figured out somehow and with this philosophy in mind, at IFA 2016, Acer announced its absolutely ginormous Predator 21 X gaming laptop. Not only is its 21-inch display ridiculous to even put into a “laptop” (your lap’s gonna get crushed with this thing on it) the screen is also curved — the world’s first on a laptop, according to Acer.