Mobile

Feh Channel details 1st Anniversary events in Fire Emblem Heroes

Nintendo detailed some of the celebrations upcoming in Fire Emblem Heroes, including some new daily maps, log-in bonuses, as well as a new tap mini-game called “Tap Battle: Illusory Dungeon” which will be available for a limited time. Tap Battle: Illusory Dungeon looks to be a rhythm tapping game with approaching foes, complete with a boss battle. There are 20 levels to complete with five floors each, for a total of 100 floors to challenge. Starting February...

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Animal Crossing update happening this week?

  Last week there was a notice posted in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp that a big update was coming soon. That update may be almost upon us. The game has been updated to version 1.1.4 in the Google Play store and upon installing the update the game prompts to download a large update (around 60MB or so) to your device. This is undoubtedly the content for the newest update, which is certainly right around the corner. Updates...

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No Date For NA Arena of Valor Switch Beta Test, Transfer of Mobile Progress Possible

Popular mobile Multiplayer Online Battle Arena Arena of Valor was originally set to make its debut on the Nintendo Switch in North America last month, needless to say the scheduled beta Christmas time beta test never materialized.  Outlet Comicbook.com got a chance to sit down wth reps from publisher TenCent and get an update on the upcoming Switch port, plans for North American beta testing and obviously quite a few questions about the licensed D.C Comics heroes....

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy Opera Omnia Brings FF Action To Mobile Phones

PlayStation 4 isn’t the only place where Final Fantasy characters from across the mainline series will do battle against one another. It turns out that Cloud, Sephiroth, Y’Sthola, Steiner and dozens of other FF mainstays will be making their way to mobile phones later this month with the release of Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia for Apple iOS and Google Android.  Unlike its console sibling, Dissidia NT, Opera Omnia turns back the clock to the classic Final Fantasy days and features a turn based battle...

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Pokemon From Generation III and Real Time Weather Coming To Pokemon GO

Pokemon from the Hoen region are about to find their way into our world with the rollout of pocket monsters from Generation III in Pokemon GO. Over the next few weeks, Niantic will make 50 different monsters from Ruby and Sapphire catchable in the augmented reality game.   Also coming to Pokemon GO for the first time is real-world weather that will affect gameplay. No longer will it be pouring rain on your virtual self while back, in reality, it is bone dry. Weather in POGO won’t just be cosmetic either, it will...

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Capcom’s Mobile Puzzle Fighter Is Surprisingly Fun

Puzzle Fighter

Over the weekend I noticed that Capcom’s brand new mobile version of the classic Puzzle Fighter franchise had finally launched on iOS in Canada, giving me the opportunity to finally try it out for myself. As with any free to play title, I was weary of the specter of constant microtransactions, loot boxes and RNG paywalls. Puzzle Fighter is a surprisingly fun little diversion in spite of its monetization and questionable art direction.  Puzzle Fighter dates back to the 1996 PlayStation Original that featured adorable chibi sprite versions of Street Fighter II fan favorites like Ryu, Chun-Li and E Honda who battled...

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Fire Emblem Heroes gets huge update in version 2.0.0

Nintendo has updated their mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes and to celebrate the 2.0.0 update, from November 27th at 11:00 pm thru December 12th at 10:59pm PT, gamers can get Orbs up to 10 times from a Log-In Bonus. Not only that but there will also be a double EXP and SP event will also take place from November 27th at 11:00pm to December 4th at 10:59pm PT. So what’s in store for version 2.0.0? Check it out...

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November 23rd Nintendo Download

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp – You can get back to nature in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, the new Animal Crossing mobile game where you can take on the role of campsite manager! Step away from your busy life and into your dream campsite where you’re surrounded by animal friends and the splendor of nature. In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, every day offers something new! Have fun customizing your camper, visiting animal friends’ campsites, or exploring the area for new animals to meet....

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Microtransactions Outpacing Game Sales Sets a Worrying Precedent

You might have already heard the news yesterday: Ubisoft mentioned on their Investor’s Call that “Player Recurring Investments” (read: microtransactions) have outpaced the sale of full price and discounted digital copies of their games for the first time ever. In terms of raw numbers of the 343 million euros the company made from their digital businesses 175 million Euros were the result of “Player Recurrent Investments” (which include microtransactions, add-on DLCs, Rainbow Six Siege Season Passes, subscriptions and those sorts of things). The...

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Final Fantasy Dimensions II releases on mobile today

The latest mobile Final Fantasy adventure has arrived in Final Fantasy Dimensions II. A new adventure that transcends time and space… The hero Morrow and heroine Aemo travel through the present, past, and future and gain allies along the way on their great quest to save the world. In the game you’ll equip and fight with crystals known as signet stones to acquire new abilities for your characters. The eastern continent of Ajima and the western continent...

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Coming to Mobile Devices in Late November

One of Nintendo’s most enduring franchises, Animal Crossing is coming to mobile devices for the first time in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. The new smart device game allows players to decorate and expand their camper home, and learn more about the community they are part of. In the first Animal Crossing game for mobile devices, you can interact with animal friends, craft furniture items and gather resources while managing a campsite. It’s a slight departure from the core Animal Crossing gameplay but...

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Pokemon Go Has Been Dropping Less Items For Some Players For A While Now

Walking through downtown Calgary tonight I decided to login to Pokemon Go for the first time in several months and catch some spooky monsters from the Halloween event. My usual walking route contains approximately 20 or so PokeStops including a few Gyms, so when walking it forward & back, filling my item bag is usually par for the course. Except for tonight I noticed something odd – every Stop/Gym was only giving me two items. What the hell…  After some sleuthing (e.g. Using Google) it turns out the Niantic has been messing with...

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Animal Crossing Direct coming Tuesday

Nintendo announced this morning that there will be a special Nintendo Direct planned for tomorrow. The Direct will be focused solely on the Animal Crossing mobile app. A mobile app based in the Nintendo franchise was announced long ago with no details aside from being dated for 2017. The presentation tomorrow should give us all the information we need including release date, pricing, as well as just what the app will be about. Will this be a...

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Final Fantasy Mobius X Final Fantasy XIII Cross Over Event Announced

Square Enix is bringing the world of Gran Pulse to their collectible card game Final Fantasy Mobius with a brand new cross over event.  Packed with cameos from Lightning, Snow, and Hope from XIII as job cards and entirely new story content in the form of the “Lightning Resurrection Region” – there appears to be a bit of heft to this crossover. From now until September 14th Lightning will be available as an in-game job card when...

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Tekken Mobile | Review

Bandai Namco isn’t exactly known for adapting the Tekken franchise for mobile devices. Over the past decade or so there have been two serious efforts: Tekken 6 on the PSP in 2006 and Tekken 3D on the Nintendo 3DS in 2011. Both of those previous games, although premium priced titles, had different shortcomings when adapting the technical fighting style Tekken is known for to both Sony and Nintendo’s handhelds. Seemingly coming out of nowhere – a free...

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