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<b>One Piece: Thousand Storm</b> – Pre-registration begins for mobile English version

<b>One Piece: Thousand Storm</b> – Pre-registration begins for mobile English version [Pre-register now] Bandai Namco is bringing the popular anime series One Piece to a whole new dimension!In One Piece: Thousand Storm, players will hunt for loot on exhilarating quests, unleash brutal special skills in timed events, and even play in epic multiplayer battles with up to three friends in real time.

<b>One Piece: Thousand Storm</b> – Pre-registration begins for English version

<b>One Piece: Thousand Storm</b> – Pre-registration begins for English version [Pre-register now] Bandai Namco is bringing the popular anime series One Piece to a whole new dimension!In One Piece: Thousand Storm, players will hunt for loot on exhilarating quests, unleash brutal special skills in timed events, and even play in epic multiplayer battles with up to three friends in real time.

<b>Oneiric Tales</b> – Tower of Saviors dev reveals gameplay for latest game

<b>Oneiric Tales</b> – Tower of Saviors dev reveals gameplay for latest game After the dismal launch of its second mobile game, Chronos Gate, Hong Kong developer Madhead is fighting back at Taipei Game Show next week with its third mobile game, Oneiric Tales.Featuring Japanese anime styled artwork, which I almost mistook for Granblue Fantasy, Oneiric Tales is a combination of the tile-matching puzzle genre together with a heavy does of card-collecting RPG elements.

Nokia teases new Android phone for February 26 announcement

Nokia teases new Android phone for February 26 announcement After announcing a China-only Android phone recently, Nokia and hardware partner HMD Global are teasing another reveal for February 26th.The Nokia that exists now is essentially what was left after Microsoft acquired the company’s mobile device business.

<b>Dynasty Warriors: Unleashed</b> – Quick look at the beta test version

<b>Dynasty Warriors: Unleashed</b> – Quick look at the beta test version [Beta register] Published by Nexon and developed by XPEC Entertainment, Dynasty Warriors: Unleashed entered beta test yesterday.Officially licensed from Koei Tecmo, the game is what most expected: a hack ‘n’ slash carnival with some pretty interesting game modes outside of the main campaign.

HTC U Ultra drops the headphone jack and picks up a secondary display

HTC U Ultra drops the headphone jack and picks up a secondary display The last few years have not been kind to HTC, but it’s looking to shake things up in 2017 with the HTC U Ultra.The striking thing about the the U Ultra is how different it is from what HTC has been doing recently.

Titanfall Mobile Game Dies Before It Truly Lived

Titanfall Mobile Game Dies Before It Truly Lived Remember the mobile collectible card game Titanfall spin-off we told you about back in September?Somehow Nexon and developer Particle City were having trouble communicating the action-packed feel of Titanfall in a mobile card strategy joint.

King Is Bringing Us More Bubble Witch with a Third Game Out Now

King Is Bringing Us More Bubble Witch with a Third Game Out Now King’s bubble-popping extravaganza Bubble Witch Saga rides again with its third release that’s out now: Bubble Witch 3 Saga.The original Bubble Witch Saga and its sequel were puzzlers where you’re given one colored bubble after another to aim at even more bubbles suspended at the top of the screen.

<b>Titanfall: Frontline</b> – Game shutting down after 4 months of soft-launch

<b>Titanfall: Frontline</b> – Game shutting down after 4 months of soft-launch Revealed and soft-launched back in September 2016, developer Particle City recently announced the closure of Titanfall: Frontline, the mobile strategy card game based on the hit PC game, Titanfall.Financially backed by Respawn Entertainment (Titanfall studio) and Nexon, Particle City will now work on a true mobile version of Titanfall (tentatively known as Titanfall Mobile).

<b>Yulgang Mobile</b> – First look at Closed Beta phase of new mobile RPG

<b>Yulgang Mobile</b> – First look at Closed Beta phase of new mobile RPG Developed in China by an obscure studio, Joy Pie Games, and published by domestic heavyweight Longtu Game, Yulgang Mobile recently entered Closed Beta for local gamers.If you did not know, Yulgang Mobile is based on the PC online game Yulgang Online (or Scions of Fate), which in turn is based on a Korean manhwa.

<b>Fire Emblem Heroes</b> – New mobile RPG launching next month in Japan

<b>Fire Emblem Heroes</b> – New mobile RPG launching next month in Japan Announced a few months back, Nintendo is now doubling down on mobile games with some of its more popular IPs.More information was revealed recently for the mobile version of Fire Emblem, titled Fire Emblem Heroes, with the release of a game trailer and game screenshots.

<b>Fire Emblem Heroes</b> – New mobile RPG is launching next month

<b>Fire Emblem Heroes</b> – New mobile RPG is launching next month More information was revealed recently for the mobile version of Fire Emblem, titled Fire Emblem Heroes, with the release of a game trailer.Combat will take place on a 8 x 6 grid battlefield in portrait mode for mobile devices.

Super Mario Run Jumps to Android in March

Super Mario Run Jumps to Android in March Like with the iOS version, users can play the first three levels of Super Mario Run for free.When Super Mario Run was launched, many were upset by the game’s price.

Remember Joe Montana Football? It's A VR Passing Game Apparently...

Remember Joe Montana Football? It's A VR Passing Game Apparently... is always up for weird twists and turns, and at this point its possible no one is even listening.Almost non-chalantly , Joe Montana himself talked about his company Superstar Games and their recent project called which is "an all passing VR game for football.

Google's Assistant might not be exclusive to Pixel for much longer

Google's Assistant might not be exclusive to Pixel for much longer You might not have to buy a Google Pixel or Pixel XL to get the company's intelligent Assistant after all.When Google launched its Pixel phones in October, it touted Assistant as one of the main selling points.

Square Enix Announces Their First Smartphone Game Geared Towards Girls, KimiKiri

Square Enix Announces Their First Smartphone Game Geared Towards Girls, KimiKiri Square Enix announced KimiKiri: Kimi to Kiri no Labyrinth (You and the Labyrinth of Mist), their first smartphone game geared towards female players.Not much is known other than the new title and that it’s Square Enix’s first smartphone game that is geared towards girls.

Apocalypse Survivors Still Need To Be Fed In This Action/Food Management Game

Apocalypse Survivors Still Need To Be Fed In This Action/Food Management Game At each stop, players can serve the food they’ve picked off the road as tacos, having to put the food together with various toppings to create specific tacos for an array of hungry survivors.If they can put these tacos together quickly and correctly, they’ll get cash that will let them buy upgrades to their truck, get supplies for their own survival, and pick up gas for their travels.

All Chromebooks released in 2017 and later will support Android apps

All Chromebooks released in 2017 and later will support Android apps At first, only a few ARM-powered Chromebooks had support, then Google’s own Pixel 2 was added.Now, many recent Chromebooks have gotten the Play Store, at least in the developer channel.

RPG Fairy Elements Teleports Its Hero 200 Years After His Final Battle

RPG Fairy Elements Teleports Its Hero 200 Years After His Final Battle Yamato has already disposed of evil when mobile RPG Fairy Elements begins, but having been transported 200 years into the future after his victory, he finds he will have to tangle with his old enemies yet again.If players happen to enjoy a particular set of weapons or armor they’re using to beat down enemies, they can choose to improve those items with fortifying elements they find in dungeons rather than switch them out for other gear.

Android Pattern Lock might be vulnerable to (very determined) thieves

Android Pattern Lock might be vulnerable to (very determined) thieves But it’s still not an encouraging study for the 40 percent of Android users who use the Pattern Lock method to unlock their phones.Using footage surreptitiously captured by smartphone cameras as far as two meters away from the target, the group tested 120 unique patterns collected from 215 users for a 95 percent success rate within five attempts.