Category Archives: Mobile

Broken Age Original Soundtrack to be released digitally April 28th, on CD this June

Coinciding with tomorrow’s release of the second and final act of Broken Age, the complete original … Continue reading

Nintendo’s smart device games developed primarily by Nintendo; DeNA handling service operations

DeNA’s existing game catalog will have almost zero influence on the games to come from their alliance with Nintendo. Continue reading

Nintendo focusing on preserving their brand image when it comes to mobile payment models

Packaged? Free-to-Play? Basically, they’ll choose a payment model that doesn’t end with us resenting them. Continue reading

First smartphone games from Nintendo and DeNA alliance to come out this year

What Nintendo IPs do you expect to see first? While it certainly won’t be a main series Super Mario game, some sort of Mario spinoff seems like a safe bet, don’t you think? Continue reading

Nintendo and DeNA join forces to bring Nintendo games to smartphones and tablets

Nintendo Co., Ltd. and DeNA Co., Ltd. today entered into a business and capital alliance to develop and operate new game apps for smart devices and build a new multi-device membership service for consumers worldwide. Continue reading

Sega cutting 300 jobs to focus on digital games for mobile and PC over packaged games

Sega’s San Francisco location for packaging physical game releases has already been confirmed for closure. Continue reading

Hipster Whale shows us why the chicken Crossy-ed the road!

Introducing Crossy Road the perfect game to kill five minutes. Continue reading

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode III planned, then canned by Sega

What do you think we could have seen in Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode III? Continue reading

Sega bringing Sonic Runners to smartphones in 2015

A new Sonic game is coming to smartphones next year! Continue reading

Hearthstone: Goblins vs Gnomes expansion to officially release today

Hearthstone‘s eagerly anticipated first expansion, Goblins vs Gnomes, releases in the Americas and Oceania today … Continue reading