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RuneScape Going Mobile - Interview With Jason Milena 11.10.2019 MMORPG.COM Latest News
RuneScape is going mobile! If you've not logged in for some time then you might be surprised to learn that the massive MMORPG from Jagex is following its older sibling onto Android and iOS devices. We got time to sit down and talk to one of the driving forces behind the mobile move, Jason ...
Call of Duty Mobile vs PUBG Mobile: Good start for COD Mobile but challenge still to come 9.10.2019 Daily Express :: Gaming Feed


CALL of Duty Mobile is being compared to PUBG Mobile worldwide following the release of the Tencent-supported title.
Former ArenaNet Developers Form New Studio And Raise $3.3M In Funds 9.10.2019 MMOs.com

Another band of former ArenaNet employees have come together to form a new studio called Tenacious Entertainment.

The post Former ArenaNet Developers Form New Studio And Raise $3.3M In Funds appeared first on MMOs.com.

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PS5 Aiming for Super Fast Game Downloads 8.10.2019 Push Square | Latest Updates

Get playing in moments.

There's no denying that video games are getting bigger and bigger in size, something that has become quite the problem on the PlayStation 4. Developers are looking to tackle that issue with the next-gen PlayStation 5, however, with more modern technology that is supposed to speed up how quickly we download games.

Speaking with Wired, EA's chief studio officer Laura Miele said: "More generally, we’re seeing the GPU be able to power machine learning for all sorts of really interesting advancements in the gameplay and other tools. We're stepping into the generation of immediacy. In mobile games, we expect a game to download in moments, and to be just a few taps from jumping right in. Now we’re able to tackle that in a big way."

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Review: Asphalt 9: Legends - Likeable Burnout-Style Racing Action, If You Play The Right Way 7.10.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates
Another loot box for the road. The Asphalt series actually started off on Nintendo, many moons ago. It launched on the DS in 2004 as Asphalt: Urban GT , got a sequel and then headed off to (what was then) the new and exciting world of mobile gaming, leaving Nintendo behind. Other than a brief return for the launch of the 3DS with Asphalt 3D , the series has mainly been associated with mobile gaming for well more than a decade now. And now it’s back. Asphalt 9: Legends is a Switch port of the latest game in the series, which was released on mobile platforms back in July. Given that there’s still no sign of a new Ridge Racer game from Bandai Namco, Asphalt 9 could be the best alternative available for fans of arcade-style racing, but given that its entire structure is still based around mobile gaming – and all the nonsense that comes with that – it sometimes feels like it’s trying its best to annoy ...
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Review: Puzzle Quest: The Legend Returns - A Worthy Upgrade Of A Solid Match-Three RPG 5.10.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates
A tile matching quest for the ages. Originally released back in 2007 for the Nintendo DS, Puzzle Quest was something of a surprise hit. Expertly blending the tile-matching mechanics of Bejeweled with more traditional RPG mechanics like turn-based battles, you could almost argue that it pioneered a completely new sub-genre. Of course, in the years following its release, the genre has evolved thanks to multiple spin-off titles and an avalanche of mobile games presenting their own take on the ‘match-three RPG’ premise. So how does the original hold up in 2019? Quite well, as a matter of fact. Relaunching in remastered form as Puzzle Quest: The Legend Returns , the game has mostly stood the test of time as far as gameplay is concerned, with all special abilities and chain combos present and correct – though there are a few concerns as far as its overall presentation ...
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Mario Kart Tour Races Ahead With 90 Million Downloads In Its First Week 3.10.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates

And it banked $12.7 million!

Nintendo's decision to create a Mario Kart title for mobile devices appears to have paid off – with Sensor Tower Store Intelligence Data revealing Mario Kart Tour was downloaded a whopping 90 million times in its first week.

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Call of Duty Mobile Controller Support for PS4 and Xbox devices? Activision gives update 2.10.2019 Daily Express :: Gaming Feed


CALL of Duty Mobile Controller Support is a much-wanted feature for many gamers hoping to get the most out of the new Android and iOS launch.
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Dragalia Lost Generated $106 Million In Player Spending In First Year 30.9.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates
Only Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem have earned more. You could argue that Dragalia Lost felt like one of the least-Nintendo Nintendo games to be released by the Japanese giant when it burst onto the scene last year. Despite originally being strongly against working on mobile game development , Nintendo realised that there was potential in releasing games for a device owned by almost everyone after all, and Dragalia Lost was born as a brand new IP only available on smartphones. As it turns out, it’s gone on to be quite the success. The game turned one-year-old last week, and in that time, it’s gone on to become Nintendo’s third highest-grossing mobile game. According to data gathered by Sensor Tower , it generated $106 million in player spending during its debut ...
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Call of Duty Mobile COUNTDOWN: Release date, start time, download requirements 30.9.2019 Daily Express :: Gaming Feed


CALL of Duty Mobile release date is coming soon. Ahead of it Express.co.uk has rounded up all you need to know, including details on the start time and download requirements for Android and iOS.
Talking Point: Mario Kart Tour Is Certainly Dividing Opinion, But Why? 28.9.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates
Lover or fighter? A brief glance through the comments section in our review for Mario Kart Tour is enough to suggest that the reception of the world's premier karting series on mobile has been polarising, to say the least. Our view, as you'll know from the review, is that it's a fun mobile interpretation of the series once you acclimatise to the controls. The various microtransactions and associated F2P mechanics don't make a great impression if you're coming from the context of the main games, but there's no limit on playtime and ultimately it costs nothing, so it's hard to get too upset about it. Ultimately, it's a fun little timesink despite the negatives. It seems, though, that we don't have much company in the middle ground - people either love it or hate it. There are several reasons we think this might be the case. Anxiety regarding the continuing encroachment of free-to-play mechanics into the 'wholesome' Nintendo ecosystem is one possible explanation. We've discussed before how this is an ...
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Mario Kart Tour Downloaded 20 Million Times On Release Day 27.9.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates

And it banked $1 million.

Mario Kart Tour really is racing ahead, with Sensor Tower Store Intelligence data revealing Nintendo's sixth mobile game is its "most successful yet" in terms of day-one downloads.

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Review: Mario Kart Tour - Steer Around The Gacha For A Fun, Free Take On The Series 27.9.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates
Please ride and subscribe. It’s fair to say that Nintendo’s forays into mobile gaming have been a bit of a mixed bag, partly because none of its fans can really agree on which of its efforts have struck the best balance between fun and funds. Originally reluctant to even get into mobile gaming in the first place, Nintendo has struggled to settle on a monetisation method that hasn’t annoyed at least someone. Super Mario Run ’s ‘one single payment to unlock everything’ idea wasn’t as successful as Nintendo had hoped. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp started well, but then added expensive fortune cookies and gardening tasks that were nearly impossible without spending money. Dr. Mario World ’s energy system makes playing in small bursts a necessity for solo players (though the multiplayer is fantastic), and some were uncomfortable sharing their information in Miitomo (RIP) in general. And so on, and so ...
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Nintendo Reveals Rarity Of Character And Kart Unlocks In Mario Kart Tour 26.9.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates

Go on, fire off the pipe.

In Mario Kart Tour, Lakitu encourages you to fire off a pipe that shoots out random characters and karts every time it is launched. In order to fire off this pipe, you'll need the special in-game currency (Rubies) which can be unlocked by playing the game or purchasing them with real money.

Like other mobile games, the gacha-style mechanics on display here aim to encourage players to resort to microtransactions to unlock ultra-rare items. If you've been wondering what the odds are, below is the appearance rate of each character and item in the game (thanks VGC):

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Mario Kart Tour error 806 affects debut as fans wait on multiplayer friends release 26.9.2019 Daily Express :: Gaming Feed


MARIO Kart Tour has yet to be given multiplayer features, with fans waiting to unlock their full friends features and also being hit by error 806 issues.
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Mario Kart Tour multiplayer update: Good and bad news for Nintendo fans 25.9.2019 Daily Express :: Gaming Feed


MARIO KART Tour has launched today, and Nintendo fans have been delivered good and bad news about the multiplayer update release date.
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Mario Kart Tour COUNTDOWN: Release date, start time, how to download early 24.9.2019 Daily Express :: Gaming Feed


MARIO KART Tour is set to launch soon on iOS and Android. Here is all you need to know about the release date, start time and how to download early.
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Talking Point: Mario Kart Tour Promises World Travel And A Nostalgia Trip To Boot 24.9.2019 Nintendo Life | Latest Updates
Tapping into your memories. Some games transcend mere consoles. While multiplayer classics like GoldenEye 007 remain forever trapped in the amber of their original system, others hop between hardware and grow into something uncontainable and unbounded by numbers and subtitles. Mario Kart is one such series. When someone asks if you fancy some ‘Mario Kart’, you don’t waste time asking which one – you just dive in with whatever controller you’re handed and have a cracking time. Every entry becomes simply 'Mario Kart'. Over the course of eight ( and a half ) console games, Nintendo has done an excellent job of tapping into your gaming memories while introducing new ideas. Very soon you’ll have the opportunity to jump behind the wheel and go on a Mario Kart Tour on your phone - a trip that will take in not only the world via new tracks based on real life locations (a first in the series’ history), but also your treasured memories of past Mario Kart entries through the many returning circuits from previous ...
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Perfect World Mobile 23.9.2019 MMOs.com
Perfect World Mobile is a 3D mobile MMORPG that revives the classic experience of Perfect World for mobile devices. Fly across the skies in a detailed fantasy world and fight for glory in reinvented zones and class choices. Publisher: Tencent Playerbase: High Type: Mobile MMORPG Release Date (Global): September 4, 2019 Pros: +Three playable races. +PvE and PvP content. +Great ...
Phantasy Star Online 2 – 6th Angel from Evangelion attacking this winter 16.9.2019 MMO Culture
For the final article from Tokyo Game Show, we are once again looking at the evergreen IP Evangelion! With a new mobile game Evangelion Battlefields announced during the annual show, we recently learnt from the Phantasy Star Online 2 panel that the 6th Angel will start an attack on the ARKS Ship (which holds the […]
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