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Rival Kingdoms launched last month onto Google Play and the iTunes App Store hoping to bring the traditional strategy element from AAA PC gaming to mobile with the same easy to pick-up functionalities found on similar titles. Space Ape Games, who you'll probably know from the popular Samurai Siege, enlisted the help of acclaimed story writer Rihanna Pratchett and embarked on a journey to bring an epic adventure driven title to mobile.
Let's face it, the previous generation seems to be coming to an end. Ubisoft have said they will no longer be developing games for PS3 or Xbox 360 (apart from the casual Just Dance series), and Call of Duty: Black Ops III will not be coming to last gen either, as far as we know right now. Could this be the beginning of the end for the PS3 and the Xbox 360? Firstly, let's look at the statistics.
When this pops up on my Twitter feed I already hate it purely because of the name. Any use of the word 'banter' makes me physically cringe and, well, the use of the world in a dating app. No, please, no.
Maybe it is lazy journalism, but I've decided. Anyone who can explain Jem and The Holograms to me, shall impress for life. Why do I ask this? Well, the trailer for the movie has come out, and it's a little.. odd. I'm guessing the cartoon that came out in the 80's was like Voltron in the UK and just wasn't that popular for whatever reason.
In November the Xbox One will hit its second year anniversary and while the Xbox One today is way more appealing than the Xbox One from two years ago, looking back at the console's announcement and launch, things really didn't go as badly as some make it out to be, but what exactly was the big problem, and if the console of today launched two years ago, would Microsoft be in a different position?
With this year seeing the return of Rock Band and Guitar Hero, the musical video game genre is back on the rise, and while Rock Band seems to be sticking with the same formula allowing for backwards compatibility, Guitar Hero is heading down the innovative route hoping to woo players with a new control system and overall concept. All this is well and good for fans of either franchise, but there's just one thing that's ticking me off a little. I'm getting sick of the same old songs being added to the games.
Guess what? I think I may have a rough idea about what may happen during Captain America: Civil War. I reckon what may happen first...
Green Lantern. The natural enemy to the Yellow Power Ranger.
Life hacks are great, they can save you money, they can keep your food fresh, they can fix a host of problems you can face in day to day life and generally make your life that little bit easier...
I'll be the first to admit that my comic book knowledge is about as in-depth as a puddle. I don't follow any Marvel or DC super heroes, I don't read comics that often, and if I do they're usually three-panel webcomics. There has however been something inside of me wanting to explore comic books more but something a little different, something more obscure than the roster of characters everyone knows and loves. So in comes Daredevil.
If you're a regular reader of n3rdabl3 you probably know that I'm a huge Call of Duty Black Ops fan. It's something I play...
Last week, we let you know about an upcoming indie title, Cold Horizon. I'm pretty excited by this game - I love the painterly, hand-drawn style, and I found the story quite compelling. Earlier today, developer Big Cake Games released a new teaser trailer, and to coincide with that, I spoke to the team about the game, their inspiration and biggest challenges.
If you've been wanting to dive into the world of collecting Funko POP! Vinlys but have no idea where to start, we've decided to take a look at what's happening in the world of gaming and movie releases to see how you can kick-start your collection with something you've probably fallen in love with recently, or something you think you'll be falling in love with.
This short series of features is centered on the use of gaming as a form of escapism. Some may argue that all games can be used in this way, but none so much as a few titles that really suck you into their worlds, lore and style of gaming. I'll be covering a few of the titles that have been amazingly helpful in the face of crises over the span of my life and hopefully, give some insight into why they're so therapeutic in the first place.
Naruto will be appearing alongside many other anime characters. But what will the yellow-haired fox lover bring to the game himself?