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Unless Android devices get standardized specs, it's very unlikely that Epic Awesome's Infinity Blade is coming to the Android OS.
Bad news Android-followers. The epic and awesome gaming company, Epic Awesome, has announced that they have no plans of bringing the award-winning RPG – Infinity Blade – to the Google Android OS anytime soon.
The reason? Epic Awesome believed that the only a few Android OS devices are capable of delivering the best Infinity Blade experience, unlike iOS users where the game runs at the same, consistent quality.Read the rest of the article »
Starfront: Collision's got everything we want in an RTS for the iPhone: StarCraft in an iPhone.
The RTS (real-time strategy) genre has pretty much been around for two decades, as games carrying the category went on a rise during mid 90s to early 2000s. With amazing titles such as WarCraft, Dune, Red Alert and of course StarCraft, alot of people thought that the genre would become big in the following years or even decades. But during the course of mid-2000s, RTS games began to lose its luster despite the rise of WarCraft III, with several gamers who lived that generation began shifting to the easier titles of social network gaming, to a more intense or content driven genres like FPS and MMORPGs.
The arrival of StarCraft II was definitely a saving grace for the genre as it revived a gamer’s lust for RTS action. And Gameloft took advantage of the uprise roaring across the gaming industry by concocting their own RTS, well we can’t exactly say it’s their own because it pretty much resembles Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft title. Though it’s definitely a great game for those who are looking for an alternative RTS title for their iPhones. This is Starfront: Collision.Read the rest of the article »
Angry Birds, soon on a Wii and 3DS near you.
Last year, rumors has it that the popular game on iOS and Android, Angry Birds, will soon conquer other gaming consoles. This might be the time for some invasion from the furious fowls.
Rovio, the mind behind the successful game, confirmed via Twitter that Angry Birds is on its way to Wii and Nintendo 3DS. The game will land later this year but with no final date yet. Rovio also tweeted that the “download” purchase is their preferred way of selling the game. Rovio mentioned that “downloads and digital distribution on all platforms, it’s green like the pigs.”
The price for Wii and 3DS is yet to be announced. Meanwhile, you can first enjoy the Valentine’s version of the game available for your iOS devices and Androids.View Article Source »
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