Android Archive

0

Jet Set Radio lands on iOS and Android devices later this year

Sega has revealed it will be releasing Jet Set Radio for iOS and Android alongside the Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and PC (via Steam) versions.

Jet Set Radio for iOS and Android includes OpenFeint support and the ability to create in-game graffiti using your device’s camera – this is in addition to the widescreen HD graphics, new camera system, online leaderboards and original game’s soundtrack featured in the other versions of the HD port.

Expect the digital onslaught of Jet Set Radio in Q3 of this year.

Source: Joystiq

0

Metal Slug 3 now available for iOS and Android devices

SNK Playmore has released the popular run and gun shooter Metal Slug 3 for iOS and Android devices.

The port of the classic Neo Geo game includes an Arcade Mode along with a Mission Mode, allowing players to choose which stages to play. A branching map system has been added, enabling play-throughs which take a different route though the game to the ending. Co-op has also been included.

Metal Slug 3 is available now and will set you back $7.49.

0

Old-school styled Final Fantasy Dimensions heads to iOS and Android

Final Fantasy Dimensions, a old-school styled turn-based RPG, is set for release on iOS and Android devices.

Final Fantasy Dimensions was released in Japan as Final Fantasy Legends: Hikari to Yami no Senshi in 2010 for mobile devices. The game was developed in the style of Final Fantasy V and features 2D sprite based visuals, Active Time Battle system, random battles, job system reminiscent of FFV and party of five members played in two parties – the Warriors of Light and the Warriors of Darkness.

The iOS and Android Final Fantasy Dimensions includes touch-based controls and will be released in 13 episodes (each approximately 3 hours long) commencing this July.

Source: IGN

0

Rockstar inflicting Max Payne on your mobile device in April

Rockstar has announced that Max Payne Mobile, an optimised port of Remedy’s neo-noir classic Max Payne for mobile devices, will be hitting iOS on April 12. Android owners will see the title two weeks later, on April 26.

Max Payne Mobile will feature some degree of control customisation, high-resolution textures, HD graphics, and connectivity to the Rockstar Games Social Club.

0

Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II has a release date(s)

Sega has announced that Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II will be available on PSN and XBLA on May 15 and May 16 respectively.

We will also see the title hit both PC and iOS devices in May, Android devices in June and finally Windows Phone in July.

Episode Metal was also revealed. Exclusive content for owners of both Episode I and Episode II, Episode Metal see Metal Sonic playable in four exclusive stages.