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Telltale Games releases Tales from the Borderlands for Android

Posted by wicked December - 20 - 2014 - Saturday Comments Off

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Plenty of people travel during this time of the year. Passing the time with a mobile device has never been easier due to the massive amount of apps and games available. Whether you are riding a train or flying in a plane, there is something for everyone to make travel enjoyable. The beloved Borderlands franchise is making the jump to Android with episodic content that will surely occupy players. Telltale Games released Tales from the Borderlands with the first episode costing $4.99. In the coming months, Telltale Games will release episodes two through five. The Season Pass covering the aforementioned episodes will save buyers 20% compared to those that purchase the episodes individually.

The game has system requirements, so be make sure your device meets them prior to installing Tales from the Borderlands. Android TV devices, such as the Nexus Player, do make the cut and can play the game.

Hit the break for the trailer, gallery, and download links.

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Telltale Games working with Mojang on Minecraft: Story Mode video game

Posted by wicked December - 18 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

minecraft story modeTelltale Games is known for their work on the episodic Walking Dead games and The Wolf Among Us, along with recent releases such as Game of Thrones and Tales from The Borderlands. Many of their full titles are available on mobile devices, plus PCs and video game consoles.

The next project in their lineup is a collaboration with Mojang, developers of the insanely popular Minecraft. This project will be called Minecraft: Story Mode, and like Telltale’s other offerings, it will feature a complete player-driven narrative experience. It’s not a typical Minecraft game, but it should be interesting nonetheless. 

Minecraft: Story Mode is set to be released in 2015, and like with their other titles, it will be available on Android devices in addition to consoles and PCs. Telltale hasn’t given many details on the game, but expect to hear more about it in the coming months.

source: Telltale Games

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Gameloft’s Brothers In Arms 3 Storms The Play Store Front Today

Posted by wicked December - 17 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

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Almost two weeks ago, Talk Android reported on Gameloft’s teaser for its new World War II shooter, Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War. Well, today, it can be yours to download from the Play Store.

Brothers in Arms 3 is the third installment of Gameloft‘s WWII franchise. It follows Sgt. Wright during the aftermath of the Allied invasion of Normandy. Introducing new weapons, better killcams and time-of-day plus weather variations.

Similar to other shooters, this is a cover-based game. That means that you control your troops during a firefight, dictating when they take cover and when they spring up to unload a round of ammunition. There will also be opportunities to control machine gun turrets and other unique features.

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So if your holiday season has been sadly devoid of explosions, check out the Play Store link below to satisfy your need to bring sweet justice to filthy Nazi scum.

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Sony’s PS4 Remote Play makes its way to unrooted Android devices

Posted by wicked December - 17 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

remoteplay_Z3-sonySony introduced Remote Play for their newer Xperia devices, letting users stream PlayStation 4 games to their smartphone. The games work with a Dualshock 4 controller, so you’ll get a near-console quality experience on a portable, smaller screen. This feature was obviously only intended for Sony devices, but thanks to some clever work by developers over at XDA, you can get it working on just about any modern Android device.

The port of Remote Play works on any Android device running Android 4.4 and up (although there are some kinks on Lollipop), but it looks like a few people are getting it to work on software as far back as Android 4.2. Best of all, you can get it up and running even on non-rooted devices, which is pretty weird for a hack like this. If you have a rooted device, the process works a little smoother, but it’s not a requirement.

If you want to get started, hit the link below. Let us know if it works for your device.

source: XDA Developers

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NVIDIA brings Half Life 2: Episode One to the Play Store as a SHIELD Tablet exclusive

Posted by wicked December - 15 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off

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NVIDIA has just brought Half Life 2 Episode One to the Google Play Store as an exclusive for the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet. The title will set you back by a hefty $7.99, but that shouldn’t be much for die hard fans of Valve’s cult favorite game. The game will also require a SHIELD  controller to function as well which costs $60, so make sure you’re covered before buying the game.

NVIDIA is offering the game at no cost for recent customers of the SHIELD Tablet LTE as part of the company’s Green Box bundle which also includes Portal and Half Life 2.

Given that Valve and NVIDIA have already launched Half Life 2 and Half Life 2 Episode One for its SHIELD  devices, we can expect Half Life 2 Episode Two to make its way to the platform sometime soon as well.

If you’re a gamer and have been waiting to test the SHIELD Tablet’s true potential, these Half Life titles are the way to go. Check the gallery of screenshots below to check out some action from the game.

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Amazon accepting HTML5 apps and games for Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

Posted by wicked December - 12 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

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Apps and games based on HTML5 will be heading to the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. Why? Because Amazon extending its HTML5 web app publishing toolset to include support for its set-top box and streaming dongle. The company is making it possible for developers to take web apps running on Fire OS and bring them to the new television-connected devices. Now, apps can remain consistent across Amazon’s various form factors.

These are additional features Amazon is giving developers access to:

  • Support for the Amazon Fire TV Remote
  • Support for analog input from the Amazon Fire TV Game Controller and other gamepads
  • Access to the In App Purchase (IAP) API via JavaScript
  • A new starter template app optimized for 10 foot experience for creating Fire TV HTML5 media apps

Source: Amazon

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Shadownrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut available in the Play Store (tablets only)

Posted by wicked December - 8 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off

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Last year, Shadowrun Returns made its way to Android tablets. This year, another installment of the franchise is doing the same. Shadownrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut is now available in the Play Store and, again, it is only for tablets. Developer Harebrained Schemes has packed the game with new missions, alternate endings, fresh music, and a touch-based interface. The game is a role playing game (RPG) that has players going through the year 2054 in a cyberpunk era. Germany has been diffused and and the shadowrunners are tasked with battling multiple factions while awaiting the possible return of Dragon Feurschwinge.

The game costs $6.99, but the quality makes it worth the investment. Hit the break for the trailer, gallery, and download links.

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Brothers in Arms 3 teased in latest Gameloft trailer

Posted by wicked December - 5 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

brothers in arms 3 gameloftGameloft has released a new teaser for their upcoming Brothers in Arms sequel, and the third installment will be titled Sons of War. The trailer shows off some very basic gameplay footage and some plot clips, and it looks like the game will live up to Gameloft’s typical quality standards.

Some images on their Facebook page have also shed some light on certain gameplay elements, including being able to select from different soldiers to play as and upgrade. Each soldier plays as a different class and has their stats and upgrades, so that should add some variety to the gameplay.

No word on release date just yet, but you can check out the trailer below.

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Google’s Best Games of 2014 list released

Posted by wicked December - 3 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

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Google is back at it today with a year end “best of” list for 2014. Following up on the release of best apps from a couple days ago, Google narrows things down just a bit with the release of their “Best Games of 2014.”

Like the list of best apps, the list of best games is dominated by free titles. It appears only seven out of the 100 games on the list are not free. Keep in mind though that game developers are much more likely to implement a variety of in-app purchases within their titles, whether it is things like power-ups, new levels, extra adventures or other features.

Hit the source link to check out the entire list. How many of these titles have you played in the past year? Any hidden gems out there that did not make the cut with Google that you would like to share with us?

source: Google Play

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday Android app and game sales roundup

Posted by wicked November - 28 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

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If you have been wanting to buy a particular app, but waiting for the price to drop, this might be the best weekend of the entire year. Many apps are on sale from today through Cyber Monday. You might even find some apps you weren’t aware of. Here’s a number of the more notable apps that are on sale, most of them at least 50% off, but there are tons more. You can always search “Black Friday Sale” or “Cyber Monday Sale” in the Google Play Store to find even more apps. Hit the break for our roundup.

If we missed any other good ones, please let us know in the comments. We will also try to update this post regularly so check back.

 

 

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