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Pikmin, the augmented reality app developed by Niantic arrives

Pikmin will arrive on smartphones in the form of an augmented reality app. The development studio is the same as Pokémon GO, Niantic. The videogame series made in Nintendo will land on Android and iOS devices, but ...

Magic: The Gathering Arena lands on mobile

Magic: The Gathering Arena is preparing to land on the mobile market. The videogame version of the most famous card game ever will debut on Android on January 28th, with a first phase of early access ...

Crash Bandicoot, a mobile title coming in 2021

Crash Bandicoot is preparing to land on smartphones in the spring of 2021 with a new dedicated chapter. Crash Bandicoot: On the Run, this is the official title, is a game made by King (creators of ...

Mobile World Congress 2020 canceled for fear of Coronavirus

There are many events that, due to the spread of the Coronavirus, are postponed or even canceled. The Mobile World Congress 2020 is among them. GSMA, the organizing body behind the Spanish fair, has announced that ...

Activision wants to bring all its franchises to mobile

Activision is interested in expanding the number of their games on mobile and apparently the company would like to create games for each of their franchises. So Activision is exploring the possibility and potential of ...

Joker has targeted Android devices

The Joker played by Joaquin Phoenix has already begun to conquer American cinemas; in the meantime, one of its namesake has undertaken another and much more dangerous one: that of smartphones in your pockets, ...

Mario Kart Tour - unveiled the release date set for September

Nintendo, like a bolt from the blue, through its social channels, has revealed the release date of one of its most anticipated mobile titles: Mario Kart Tour. The video game will be available for devices ...

Bandai Namco Entertainment - New mobile company established

Bandai Namco Entertainment announced last Thursday that it is founding the new company Bandai Namco Mobile (BNM) in Barcelona. It is a company specializing in development and entertainment for the smartphone market beyond ...
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Sengoku Basara arrives on smartphone

For those unfamiliar with Sengoku Basara is an anime taken from Capcom's Devil Kings video game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od5pOw6y2a0 Capcom itself has announced that it is developing Sengoku Basara: Battle Party, the first smartphone game of the franchise ....
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Xbox Live officially arrives on some mobile games

Following the distribution of the smartphone SDK, here are the first mobile games that integrate Xbox Live's Microsoft services into their functions.
One Plus 7

OnePlus 7, a leak reveals the technical specifications

Most of the details on OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro have been revealed through a Twitter leak, read them below.

Smartphone, PC and finally console, these are the preferences of Italian gamers

AESVI's annual report highlighted the preferences of Italian gamers, who prefer smartphones, PCs and finally consoles.

Nintendo disapproves of microtransactions

Although Nintendo has recently arrived in the mobile market, some of its choices seem to want to be discussed, but in a positive way. The Wall Street Journal, in fact, reported a particular request that the Kyoto industry ...
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 ...

Samsung patents new fingerprint

Samsung has filed a patent for the integration of fingerprint reading on the entire display of a phone. Currently it is possible to have the fingerprint detected directly on the screen, but only in a fixed part and ...

Huawei thinks its smartphone is better than Nintendo Switch

The Chinese technology company Huawei has created a smartphone that the company said would be better than the Nintendo Switch. Huawei Mate 20 X is a brand new phone designed to tap into the same market ...

Halo Infinite, some campaign spoilers end up in the Technical Beta

Some spoilers about the Halo Infinite campaign have unintentionally leaked from the current technical Beta of the game. 343 Industries confirmed this ...

Steam Deck, the experience with Steam Machine according to Valve is important

Valve's Steam Deck operation perhaps did not appear exactly as unprecedented in the eyes of many users. Several years ago, in fact, the ...

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