We didn’t expect this title to hit the Play Store until next month, but we certainly can’t complain when things come early. LEGO HeroFactory Brain Attack has been released and first reviews seem good thus far. The game seems to have some great graphics and you have to save the city when it’s being attacked. Here’s what you can expect from this game:
-Defend Makuhero City and stop the waves of brains attacking the Hero Factory
-Customise your hero with fantastic weapons and armour
-Select Furno, Bulk, Breeze or Rocka to fight as your sidekick
-Earn game points to upgrade your firepower and defences
You can also check out the video below for further descriptions! QR code and links for download will be available after the break!
Well that was quick. After seeing a new trailer unveiled just last week, 11 Bit Studios has formally launched Anomaly Korea in the Play Store. As a reminder to you forgetful type out there, the game is a follow-up to Anomaly Warzone Earth and features intense action across 12 new levels with new special units and power-ups. In addition, the game is optimized for premium devices, so those of you looking to utilize those dual or quad-core toys you own can look forward to some topnotch and higher quality gaming.
The game is available now at a discounted rate of just $2.99 for all Froyo+ users. However, it is important to keep in mind that the game does come in at a hefty 294MB, so you’ll want to ensure you have the space for that on your device before diving in on the action.
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You can never have enough games featuring explosions, machines and overall destruction, right? Well that’s what 11 Bit Studios believes with its brand-new Anomaly Korea game. The game is the follow-up to Anomaly Warzone Earth and has all sorts of new goodies like 12 new missions, new power-ups and new special units. There’s no word on whether or not the game will utilize a multiplayer mode, but based off of what’s included in the game, the single player campaigns may be more than sufficient enough for most gamers.
The game is due to arrive “Christmas Time”… whatever that means. But while the gaming world waits for the new beast to be released, 11 Bit Studios has released a trailer highlighting the game’s features and capabilities in the meantime. You can check out the game in its full glory once you hit past the break.
Last week, Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was pulled from the Play Store after a short stint due to validation issues. I’m happy to report that the game is now back on the Play Store for you all to enjoy.
Vice City has been one of my favorite iterations of GTA and I’m sure it will run great on a high end Android device. Any GTA fans out there planning on grabbing this now that it’s back? GTA: Vice City will run you back a decent $4.99, links will be provided after the break!
We gave you the heads up a couple of weeks ago about the 12-year old game that was originally released on the ill-fated Sega Dreamcast. Today is the day to get your retro tag and grind on – jet set, in-line skate style on your Android device. Cell-shaded games were all the rage back in the late 90′s and early 00′s. Now, those feeling a little nostalgic can go back in time and enjoy a faithful port of this niche game.
More gaming news today for owners of Android devices. Acquire Corporation recently released a new title, Orgarhythm THD for Tegra 3 powered devices. Orgarhythm is a game that combines strategic thinking necessary to figure out your way through the different challenges with some “sensing” brain activity. The latter occurs as users have to figure out a tapping rhythm to employ to defeat enemies. The game play itself sets up the player as the God of Light battling the God of Darkness, with both sides deploying armies of elemental soldiers.
OpenFeint, a popular gaming network for Android and iOS devices, announced the service will be shutdown on December 14th. OpenFeint was purchased by Gree in 2011 and it was no secret the long term plan was to shutdown the service and move games to Gree’s own platform. However, indications up to this time were that the transition would not occur until later in 2013. With today’s news, developers have little time to roll out updates to customers.
Madfinger Games’ epic new multiplayer shooter SHADOWGUN: DeadZone has officially left beta today following a brief stint in public beta. The recently released sequel offers some of the most impressive graphics we’ve seen on a mobile title, and its complex and robust gameplay make it a compelling option for any avid gamer.
Of course players can earn perks as they battle their enemies, ultimately allowing for a great deal of customization and equipment variability. What’s better is that the game’s multiplayer mode isn’t just any boring 1V1 duel. Instead, gamers will be placed in 12-player tactical matches, complete with rankings and voice support, effectively matching console-like offerings.
Unfortunately, the game falls into the “freemium” category, so you’ll most likely be forced to make an in-app purchase at some point. Regardless, SHADOWGUN: DeadZone is an incredible mobile game definitely worth trying out. Be sure to catch the official launch video, as well as the Play Storedownload link after the break.
OnLive has announced it will be integrated with G2 Series LG Smart TV with Google TV
TVs Televisions (wow that was a lot of TVs). The update should begin rolling out today. Those unfamiliar with the game streaming service can check out our hands on earlier this year. OnLive is currently available on VIZIO Co-Star and will also be available on the Ouya at launch.
Full press release after the break
Jet Set Radio, the 12-year-old Sega Dreamcast title, has seen numerous adaptations on several platforms. Today we learned Sega plans to release the Android, PlayStation Vita and iOS versions later this month. Vita users will get fist crack at it on November 20th. Android and iOS users will have to wait a little longer for a November 29th release. Not quite the summer release Sega had promised back in July, but if it’s the faithful port of the original Dreamcast, I doubt too many people will mind.
Hit the break for the game trailer.