The popular Japanese puzzle RPG app for the iOS and Android known as Puzzle and Dragons is about to get a little bit more interesting as two of Hunter X Hunter‘s main characters are about to enter the fray. Enter… Read More »
During the annual Angler Fish Festival held in the small coastal town of Oarai in Ibaraki prefecture, it was announced that Girls und Panzer, the very anime which made Oarai a tourist destination for anime pilgrims, will be holding a… Read More »
Last month Namco Bandai Games announced Tales of Bibliotheca, an omnibus iOS app that chronicles the some of the storylines and scenarios from past Tales JRPGs – told with voicework and illustrations. Today, we get our first look at the… Read More »
With the use of a special cellphone featured so heavily in the show, it was only a matter of time before Fantasista Dolls made its way to real-life phones, though for now it’s only to devices running Apple’s iOS.
A localised English version of Music Girl Hatsune Miku – a music player app in which you can listen to tunes stored on your iPhone, play dress-up and interact with the popular virtual idol – has been launched on the… Read More »
2K and Firaxis Games have announced that they are bringing their award-winning strategy title, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, to the iOS. The iOS version of XCOM is said to contain an experience similar to that of the PC, PS3, and X360… Read More »
CLAMP has just released “CLAMP camera”, a camera application that revolves around the work of the said animation studio. It is now available in the app store (iOS only) for free.
Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol is a new mobile strategy game based on WWI air combat that allows players to relive history as they pilot the skies in defence of their base camp and allies. This game challenges gamers to embrace their inner… Read More »
In a world that is producing game applications daily, social RPG Sword of Phantasia has hit 400,000 downloads in just a month from its release. With such good results, we cannot help but to wonder about the secret behind their… Read More »
With a little help from an augmented reality app, that is.
I’m a guy but I’m not afraid to admit that I want one.
The Idolm@ster franchise has been storming Japanese phones with their two social games, but international fans can finally get a piece of the action with the iOS port of Shiny Festa.