Square’s Final Fantasy VII franchise will once again show up on everybody’s radar this Thursday, October 30, via the Japanese release of CyberConnect2’s modern take on the G-Bike minigame, which originally appeared on the PSX original as part of the story and as a replayable minigame at the Golden Saucer.
Square Enix’s free to play game Final Fantasy Agito, which is based on the Japanese exclusive PSP game Final Fantasy Type 0, will be making its way to the iOS and Android platform this coming May. Unfortunately, it’s going to be a Japanese-only release for the time being. Users who pre-register will receive everyday street(…)
One of the fan-favorite characters in the Sonic kart-racing franchise, Shenmue’s Ryo Hazuki, will be making his way to the newly-launched iOS and Android versions of the game. The former Dreamcast leading man’s inclusion in the game was previously leaked so it’s no longer a surprise to fans who are updated on developments about the(…)
The fact that Final Fantasy VI has already appeared on numerous systems does not diminish people’s excitement over the impending release of the iOS and Android ports this Winter. In order to tease people further, Square Enix has released a new trailer for Final Fantasy Mobile at the recent Jump Festa. You can check out(…)
It seems that Square Enix has recently found a new home in the tablet market, with many of their new IPs and graphical updates of existing ones being welcomed by healthy sales from Android and iOS device owners. The latest one to receive a graphical (and control-system) overhaul is Final Fantasy IV: The After Years,(…)
Level-5 has just released a new trailer for their upcoming multi-platform RPG, WonderFlick. Despite having proper next-gen visuals geared more towards high powered consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One, the talented folks over at Level-5 managed to port WonderFlick to just about every single platform worth having these days, including the PS3, the iOS(…)
Fans of SNK’s classic 2D sword-fighting game Samurai Shodown will be glad to know that the 2nd installment in the franchise, Samurai Shodown II, will be making its way to tablets and tablets via ports on the iOS and Android OSes, where it will be priced at $8.99.
The devs of the hit Devil May Cry reboot (DMC Devil May Cry), Ninja Theory, have recently teased a brand new action game geared towards smaller screens, via a groundbreaking free to play brawler titled Fightback, slated for release “soon” on iOS and Android devices. The reveal came via a teaser trailer, which you can(…)
With the exception of some really crappy amateur projects, there haven’t been any Dragon Ball games on tablets and smartphones, but that’s going to change soon, as official license owners Namco Bandai will be releasing Dragon Ball: Tap Battle for Android and iOS-based devices in Japan.
A new Japanese trailer has been released for Dead of Alive 5 Plus, this time showing off a handful of its PS Vita-specific features, such as the first person Touch Play Mode up to the awesome cross-platform play with the PS3 version. The trailer also offers a sneak peek at some of the bonuses that(…)