What’s next in Android gaming? Earlier this month Gameloft announced that they had partnered with Verizon to enable in-game voice chat over their 4G LTE network. The first game to receive this treatment should be the popular Ashphalt 6, which Gameloft was showing off at CES in Qualcomm’s booth.
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If you live in LA, have a passion for Street Fighter HD mobile, and have nothing to do this Saturday (quite a strange list of requirements, we know), then the LG Cup Street Fighter IV HD 2012 Global Championships Tournament Qualifier is where you wanna be.
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Over the holidays Gameloft announced that all their games in the Android Market will be going on sale for $0.99 as part of a special New Years promotion. Starting Thursday Dec. 29th (10:00AM PST) until Thursday Jan. 5th (10:00AM PST) all paid titles on the Android Market will be reduced to $0.99. The only exception is the newly released Read More »
As promised, Rockstar Games just released Grand Theft Auto III to the Android Market. If you consider yourself of high maturity and have $4.99 laying around, I would suggest buying this game right now now. GTA3 first debuted on the Playstation 2 around 10 years ago, and it’s one of my all ... Read More »
Looking for some more great apps deals from the Android Market? Day six of Google’s 10 billion app download promotion is here with a handful of new apps for only a dime. Read on for today’s specials.
Magazines as we know them have reached their transition point. They’re slowly but surely making the switch to digital, but it isn’t playing out as smoothly as it could. In their current state, magazines shouldn’t just have their pages ported to digital pictures. Thanks to the Internet, writing something even a couple days before releasing ... Read More »
Android has some killer games on the way with the arrival of NVIDIA’s Tegra 3. Bladeslinger, Shadowgun and Riptide GP are just a few, but have you ever heard of Desert Bus? You don’t have to wait for a Tegra 3 device to enjoy the complete Desert Bus experience, it’s officially available now ... Read More »
With the recent official announcement of the quad-core Tegra 3 chipset making its way to Android devices soon, there were also a ton of games mentioned in the press release that a lot of people probably aren’t familiar with. Right now there are over 15+ Tegra 3 games under development and 40+ Tegra Zone games will be ... Read More »
For the past two or three years now, there’s been a storm cloud hanging over Sony’s and Nintendo’s heads. Games sales for Android and iOS have been steadily gaining steam, with revenue slowly creeping up on the once indisputable giants of the handheld gaming industry. According to a new report out of Flurry Analytics, 2011 ... Read More »
Are you ready for the next wave of high-end Android games? Recent releases like N.O.V.A. 2 and 9mm have raised the bar on what we expect, but new hardware from NVIDIA, Samsung, and Qualcomm will finally be able to deliver those PS3 graphics we talked about years ago. We ... Read More »