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The Elder Scrolls: Blades

The Elder Scrolls: Blades ranks first in the iOS App Store downloads

The Elder Scrolls: Blades, a new mobile title dedicated to the historic Bethesda brand, has been officially released a few days ago on Android and iOS systems, and is already ranked first ...

The Elder Scrolls: Blades, tried Bethedsa's mobile game

The Elder Scrolls: Blades has recently been released on iOS and Android and we got to try it. Here are our impressions.

Will Nintendo launch its own gaming smartphone?

According to some sources, Nintendo has made contact with some manufacturers to enter the world of gaming smartphones.
Call of Duty mobile for Android and Ios

Call of Duty: Mobile arrives with lots of Battle Royale mode

Activision has formalized the arrival in the West of Call of Duty: Mobile. It is a free-to-play for iOS and Android made in collaboration with Tencent, the giant Chinese entertainment company that has roots ...
Last Idea shows itself in three new teaser trailers

Last Idea shows itself in three new teaser trailers

Last Idea is the new RPG for Android and iOS announced a few weeks ago by Square Enix. The information about the title is still very few but the plot, still unknown, seems to be focused ...

Xbox Live also coming on Android and iOS

Thanks to the Azure and Game Stack developer tools, Xbox Live is also coming to Android and iOS devices. Microsoft revealed the news during GDC 2019, stating that Game Stack will put a ...

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the new game of Niantic is shown in the first images

Niantic has published the first images of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite for iOS and Android devices, which will put us in the shoes of a wizard in the real world.

Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent, Square Enix prequel for iOS unveiled ...

Octopath Traver was certainly one of the most critically acclaimed video games available on Nintendo Switch. Thanks to the success of the game, the Japanese software house has decided to publish a new ...
PS4: remote play also for iOS.

Ps4 Remote Play on iOS.

The Remote Play of Ps4 on iOS thanks to the 6.50 update of the system firmware of the console. About 4 years after Sony Xperia, now also on iOS devices, you can enjoy the ...
Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO, an important economic result reached in January

Although several years have passed since the launch of Pokémon GO in the mobile market, the title of Niantic continues to amaze thanks to some interesting results. The smartphone video game dedicated to Pokémon, according to what was reported ...

Xbox One, PC, smartphone and Nintendo Switch combined with the Xbox Live cross-platform

Microsoft has announced that the GDC 2019 will present a new SDK to bring Xbox LIVE in cross-platform with smartphones and Nintendo Switch.

Bethesda and Westworld's mobile game, the lawsuit has come to an end

Last year, Bethesda filed a lawsuit against Warner Bros. Entertainment over the Westworld Mobile game, with Bethesda accusing Warner Bros. of creating an all too similar game ...
The Elder Scrolls: Blades

The Elder Scrolls: Blades has been sent back to the 2019

Bethesda has announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades, the first title in the series dedicated to the mobile world, will not be released in 2018. It's been a while now since we last heard something ...

Monster Hunter Stories also arrives on the phone

Monster Hunter Stories, the RPG released on Nintendo 3DS last year, has also arrived on mobile devices. You can check out the trailer for the Monster Hunter spinoff below. https://youtu.be/KTYbBRCGlXM Monster Hunter Stories was ...

Fortnite, download records and earnings from mobile versions

The mobile version of Fortnite has been around for five months and is making a huge profit. The iOS version alone earns around $ 2 million a day. Now a new report of ...

The Elder Scrolls: Blades will have nothing to envy to the main series

During E3 2018 Bethesda announced the arrival, soon, of The Elder Scrolls: Blades, a spin-off of the famous saga that will bring the same quality to iOS and Android devices that we had on PC and console. Of the game...

Free is Beautiful - Hell is Other Demons & Overcooked 2

Like every week (perhaps with some delay), Free is Beautiful takes you into the world of free offers from the Epic Games Store. This week the ...

Abandoned and Hideo Kojima, the mystery deepens

Over the last few days a real hunt for the clue has started against Abandoned, an indie game presented for PS5 with ...

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