Tag «iOS»

PSA – Miitomo Shutting Down Now

In January 2018, Nintendo announcing they will be shutting down all Miitomo service on 5/9/2018 at 12:00am (PDT). At the time of this writing, that is just a day away. Users have been unable to purchase extra Miitomo coins since January but Nintendo has been giving 5,000 coins away for each daily log-in bonus along …

REVIEW – Riptide GP: Renegade Xbox One

Catch A Wave Ported from iOS devices, Riptide GP: Renegade is an accessible, arcadey racer that does an admirable job at creating easy-going entertainment with a budget value. It isn’t deep by any means but shoots straightforward as a gaming pleasure when enjoyed in ten-minute bursts. Watch my Twitch steam of Riptide GP: Renegade below …

NEWS – PAC-MAN 256 Is Now Available For Xbox One

PAC-MAN 256 has made the jump from mobile to Xbox One. It carries a $4.99 purchase price and just about 280mb. The official description reads: PAC-MAN 256 is the maze that never ends. But the Glitch is coming for you. Challenge your friends with local co-op multiplayer mode, up to 4 players. Take on a …

NEWS – Severed Coming to Nintendo Platforms and iOS this Summer

Independent developer Drinkbox Studios announced that they will be bringing their colorful touch-enabled action game, Severed, to Nintendo’s Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and Apple iOS. In Severed, players take the role of the one-armed warrior Sasha who explores a strange world filled with insidous evil as she searches for her family. Using combinations of swipe-based …

NEWS – Puzzlers Dreii Jumps from iOS to PSN

Swiss developer Etter Studio, in collaboration with publisher Bitforge, released Dreii, its award-winning physics conundrum, on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Europe and North America. Dreii is a puzzling game that connects players in real-time across the world to help each other with logic and skill in a battle against gravity and is also …

NEWS – R.B.I. Baseball ’14 Opening Day on XBLA is April 9 2014

Developed by MLB Advanced Media, a reboot of the fan favorite series was first announced back in January 2014 for iOS, Android, current, and last-gen systems. Originally released on NES back in 1988, RBI was the first baseball game to support an official MLB license.  Many sequels were made, the last of which was RBI …