For Toula and her husband Ian, balancing her own marriage and her family haven’t gotten easier. And with some of the spark leaving their relationship, these two are not only dealing with a rebellious teenager who can’t wait to get away from her suffocating family, but now they must deal with the fact that Toula’s parents were never marriage. What’s another wedding mean for Toula? Only more laughs and love.
By: Eddie Makuch A free-to-play Batman: Arkham Origins brawler will be released on iOS and Android later this year, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment announced today. The game will be available “in the console game launch window” for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, with the Android version following during the holiday period. Batman: Arkham Origins launches for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and PC … Continue reading Free-to-play Batman: Arkham Origins brawler coming to iOS
By: Andrew Ip A teaser site for upcoming title Final Fantasy Tactics has appeared on the web. FinalFantasy.net reported: Square Enix has opened a new Japanese website and pre-registration for a new smartphone title called “Final Fantasy Tactics S”. This “social” game, something of a spinoff of the Ivalice Alliance, will feature designs originally created by Ryoma Ito. The game will also include races, jobs, and monsters featured … Continue reading Final Fantasy Tactics S teaser site opens
By: Eddie Makuch Square Enix role-playing game Final Fantasy IV is now available on iOS. The game launched today in the iTunes store for $16 with compatibility for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Final Fantasy IV originally launched in 1991 and has since been ported to a range of platforms, including a 2008 polygonal remake for the Nintendo DS. It was the first title to … Continue reading Final Fantasy IV hits iOS for $16
By: Erren Van Duine Theatrhythm Final Fantasy will be making its way onto iOS devices today. The former 3DS exclusive rhythm game has already launched on Apple’s download service in New Zealand and other Asian territories, and is expected to go live in North America later this evening. The initial game is free and comes with two songs and 13 playable characters. The rest must … Continue reading Theatrhythm Final Fantasy announced for iOS
By: Eddie Makuch Apple’s long-rumored iPad mini may not be far off. A “major Apple investor” speaking to Fortune has heard it from “multiple sources” that the Cupertino, California technology behemoth will distribute press invitations for an iPad mini event on October 10. If press invitations do go out on October 10, and if Apple sticks to its previous scheduling tactics, the event itself may … Continue reading iPad mini debuting this month?
By: Connor Sheridan Valve wants Steam to pour forth onto Linux users, and the company is starting with Ubuntu and a work-in-progress Left 4 Dead 2 port. The developer’s efforts to mesh the digital distribution platform (and an accompanying library of Valve titles) with the open-source operating system were outlined on a post on the new Valve Linux Blog. The project, which began in 2011, … Continue reading Valve porting Steam to Linux
By: Eddie Makuch Tim Sweeney reveals in terms of man years invested, iPhone and iPad game more profitable than Gears of War, believes free-to-play will spur industry growth. Speaking during the Game Developers Conference in Taipei recently (attended by Gamasutra), Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney revealed that Infinity Blade is the company’s most profitable game ever. “The most profitable game we’ve ever made, in terms … Continue reading Infinity Blade Epic’s ‘most profitable game’
Now this does not surprise me. I have this friend, she is adorable, and let me tell you, she simply loves this game. But anyway, lets talk about the game shall we. Finnish developer Rovio Mobile today announced that games in the bird-flinging, pig-destroying portable strategy game franchise have been downloaded more than 1 billion times. It is said that this milestone came in march … Continue reading Angry Birds hits 1 billion downloads
By: Darryl Kaye (@DarrylGU) It’s been revealed that Star Wars Battlefront 3 and Star Wars Battlefront 4 were in development at British development studio, Free Radical, before the studio collapsed. Steve Ellis, who co-founded the studio, broke the news while giving an interview on behalf of his new company, Crash Labs. “They [LucasArts] were big fans of our work, they liked our take on making … Continue reading Star Wars Battlefront 3 & 4 Were In Development