Category Archives: Mobile

Nintendo: Fire Emblem has become a “major IP”

The extra attention from Nintendo should mean more support for Fire Emblem developer Intelligent Systems and a bright future for Fire Emblem fans. Continue reading

Miitomo celebrates 10 million users worldwide

Since its launch in major regions last month, Nintendo’s Miitomo app has amassed over 10 million users around the world. The milestone was announced at Nintendo’s financial earnings press conference today in Japan. Continue reading

Nintendo will bring Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing to smartphones

Nintendo will be releasing apps in the Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing franchises later this autumn. Not much else was revealed at this time, but we should be able to expect more information in the near future. Continue reading

Miitomo updated to version 1.1.3

Nintendo has updated their social mobile app, Miitomo, to version 1.1.3. What’s new? The update apparently includes “speed optimizations for some processes” and bug fixes. Continue reading

Banner Saga 2 Vinyl Soundtrack Available for Pre-order via iam8bit

Featuring the music of game composer Austin Wintory (flOw, Journey, Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate) with performances by a very talented group of musicians, the Banner Saga 2 soundtrack is getting a 2LP vinyl release. Continue reading

Nintendo enters mobile scene with upcoming social app

Nintendo’s first mobile app will be available in March 2016! Continue reading

Rayman Adventures announced for mobile platforms

Ubisoft announced today that the Rayman franchise will make its way to mobile and smart devices this fall with a new installment titled Rayman Adventures. Continue reading

Pokemon Shuffle Mobile to launch later this year

Pokemon Shuffle Mobile will be released later this year for both Apple and Android devices. Continue reading

Sega removes 16 games from iOS App Store and/or Google Play

Sega previously stated that some of the removed titles might return at a later date in updated forms. Continue reading

Iwata says no NX, smart device games, or Quality of Life products from Nintendo at E3 2015

Iwata reiterated that revealing the NX project during the DeNA alliance press conference was simply to demonstrate Nintendo’s commitment to dedicated game platforms. Continue reading