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8:00 AM on 07.03.2014

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite on iOS is astoundingly faithful, if you have a controller

Here we are in 2014 with an iOS port of a PSP game, in the form of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite. The kicker? It's very, very good. As a port of 2008's Freedom Unite, everything is faithfully recreated on an iOS devi...

Chris Carter

2:00 PM on 07.01.2014

Uh, okay: CD Projekt is doing a free-to-play Witcher MOBA for mobile

CD Projekt RED has announced The Witcher Battle Arena, a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena based on The Witcher universe for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows tablets. Sounds like a whole lot of things we we...

Jordan Devore



Review: The Rhythm of Fighters photo
Review: The Rhythm of Fighters
by Chris Carter

Over the past few decades, SNK has created a vast stable of memorable characters and franchises. I remember going into an arcade as a child for the first time and spending $10 on Fatal Fury, finding the fighters there more appealing in many ways than Capcom's Street Fighter cast.

SNK has melded these characters into just about every genre imaginable, from beat-'em-ups to shoot-'em-ups (King of Fighters Sky Stage rocks by the way), and now, they're pushing out a rhythm game. Despite the fact that it doesn't defy genre conventions in the slightest, that reliable stable of IPs works strongly in SNK's favor yet again.

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10:30 AM on 06.27.2014

That King of Fighters rhythm game is out now on iOS and Android

A rhyhthm game based on various franchises from the SNK world (most notably King of Fighters) is a thing, and it's dropping on iOS and Android this week. The base app is $0.99, with extra songs available via in-app-purchasing...

Chris Carter

4:00 PM on 06.25.2014

Of course there's a Forrest Gump endless runner called Run Forrest Run

Remember that part in Forrest Gump where he ran through the desert collecting coins with smiley faces on them? Obviously you do; it was the best part of the movie! Well, thanks to absolutely anything and everything being...

Brett Makedonski

10:00 AM on 06.23.2014

Galactic puzzler Eliss Infinity coming to Android

Eliss Infinity is a pretty great mobile puzzler that's been adapted from a free PC game. It's on iOS right now, but soon, you'll be able to grab it for Android. It'll have everything the iOS version has at the moment, so ther...

Chris Carter

9:00 PM on 06.18.2014

RBI Baseball 14 plays ball on Xbox One and PS4 next week

We're much closer to the All-Star break than Opening Day, but regardless, RBI Baseball 14 is set to release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on June 14. It's a bit late, but better than never, I guess. The much more pu...

Brett Makedonski

4:00 PM on 06.17.2014

Nolan North returns as the Merc with a Mouth in Deadpool Pinball

Heh. There's a mini Deadpool pinball table in this Deadpool pinball table. That's fun. Quick-time events, even if they're supposed to be a joke? Less fun. But I like that Zen Studios is giving Deadpool a table all his own --...

Jordan Devore

11:15 AM on 06.16.2014

Angry Birds Transformers rolling out soon, everyone rolls eyes

Rovio's temporarily trading warfare of the avian type for a more mechanized approach. Angry Birds Transformers was revealed today, much to the delight of eight-year olds that love wearing all of their favorite things on ...

Brett Makedonski

2:00 PM on 06.14.2014

VVVVVV controls great on the iPad

VVVVVV blew everyone away some time ago with its perfect pacing, amazing level design, and forgiving checkpoint system. Years ago everyone would naturally scoff at the notion of it appearing on a mobile platform. But thanks t...

Chris Carter

10:02 AM on 06.14.2014

Jetpack Joyride is still getting free updates nearly three years after launch

Say what you will about mobile games in general, but a whole heap of developers are doing the platform right. One of the good guys is Halfbrick, who has contiuously updated Jetpack Joyride for nearly three years now with...

Chris Carter







Go on a sniping rampage in Hitman Sniper photo
Go on a sniping rampage in Hitman Sniper
by Hamza CTZ Aziz

Square hasn’t been afraid to use the Hitman IP in fun and creative ways. Hitman GO was a critical success for doing something unique, and while Hitman Sniper isn’t on that same scale, it is still at least a ton of fun.

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VVVVVV's user-created levels and editor are now free photo
VVVVVV's user-created levels and editor are now free
by Jordan Devore

Designer Terry Cavanagh has release a free version of VVVVVV that features player-created levels and the full level editor. It's called VVVVVVV: Make and Play Edition, and it can be downloaded as of today for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Version 2.2 of the full game is out now, fixing "a bunch of long standing bugs (for example, player level warp lines) and makes the 2.1 changes official (like player maps, colored text in player levels, editor direct mode, etc)." Steam Achievements have been implemented as well, so if you've put in the effort already, expect to unlock a bunch of those at once after updating.

That was far from the only VVVVVV news this week, as Cavanagh also released the game for iOS, Android, and Ouya, in addition to a related minigame called Super Gravitron for mobile. That's free, too! And there's a metal cover album for that special someone in your life.

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3:30 PM on 06.12.2014

Square Enix: G-Bike mobile will 'incorporate the language of Final Fantasy VII'

This week at E3, Destructoid got the chance to sit down with Square Enix producer Ichiro Hazama and chat a bit about the bizarre Final Fantasy VII G-Bike minigame that's hitting the mobile platform soon. Speaking o...

Chris Carter

1:12 PM on 06.10.2014

Final Fantasy VII's 'G Bike' minigame is getting a full mobile release

Whatever your opinion is on where Final Fantasy VII ranks in the franchise, you can't dispute its iconic status. With minigames ranging from gambling to VR fighting to snowboarding, odds are you remember a lot of different p...

Chris Carter

7:30 PM on 06.03.2014

Razer's new iPhone gamepad actually looks good

Razer's latest is the Junglecat, an iPhone 5/5s specific gaming controller. It features a full d-pad, four face buttons, and two bumpers. Unlike some of the competition, you'll be able to hide the controller by simply sliding...

Hamza CTZ Aziz