Friday, August 29, 2014

Tag Archives: Android

Heroes of Dragon Age is coming to Android and iOS

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EA and BioWare announced Heroes of Dragon Age, an iPhone and Android game due out this year. Using the freemium model, players can purchase and collect 3D figures of characters from the vast Dragon Age universe, form a team, and battle human and AI-controlled enemies. EA Capital Games is heading development, formerly known as The KlickNation, responsible for hit games ... Read More »

Report: Amazon developing its own Android console

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According to a report by AllGamesBeta, Amazon is developing its own Android console, and it wants it out before the end of 2013. If that much is true for the distribution giant, then it’s yet another Android-powered console to hit the market in 2013, right behind Ouya and Nvidia’s Shield. In AGB’s words: According to those we spoke with who ... Read More »

Ouya CEO says 73% of Ouya owners haven’t spent money on games

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Speaking with The Verge, Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman revealed that the new Android console is performing well, in spite of all the games sales numbers showing against it. With the top-selling games for the platform having only sold a few thousands at best, Uhrman still says it’s encouraging and successful. “Monetization on Ouya is so far better than we expected. ... Read More »

Battlefield devs listening to fans, may implement cross-gen saves, and more news

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Battlefield 4 might allow players to transfer their stats and progression from current-gen to next-gen, according to the official Battlefield Twitter account. It’s yesterday’s news that Battlefield 4 would not support cross-gen saves, but this doesn’t seem to be the case anymore. “We’ve heard reports that players would like their stats and progression to transfer from current to next-gen in ... Read More »

Google developing set-top box, packed with camera and motion sensor

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During this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, Google showed off a prototype of a set-top box device featuring a camera and motion sensor behind closed doors, as the Wall Street Journal reports. According to WSJ, demonstrations of the Android-powered device were led by then Google executive, Andy Rubin. WSJ mentions the device allows for the streaming of YouTube videos, TV shows ... Read More »

Assassin’s Creed Utopia coming to iOS and Android

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Ubisoft announced that a new Assassin’s Creed game will be hitting our mobiles soon. But, this one, is not a regular Assassin’s Creed. It is a city-building strategy game for iOS and Android, with social development studio Gree joining forces with Ubisoft to create it. It is set during the early colonial era of America, and it is currently unknown ... Read More »

Capcom announces Phoenix Wright 5 and Phoenix Wright HD collection

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As well as the Ace Attorney series’ forays into cinema and crossover ventures, Capcom’s revealed to Famitsu (via Silicon Era) that it’s working on a bona-fide fifth numbered installment of the series. Details are scarce – in fact, all anyone really knows is it’ll be called Ace Attorney 5 and probably feature a passel of screen-tapping and Objectioning and so ... Read More »