Following a trailer posted yesterday on the game's official YouTube channel, it looks like Black Desert Online'll be getting a smaller mobile version, and I have nothing but questions.
Black Desert Online is a sandbox MMORPG which allows you to interact with other players, create guilds with friends, take on foes, monsters, and big bosses, and do more menial things like fish, trade, craft, and cook. It's huge, basically.
Unfortunately I don't speak or read Korean, and the Google translation wasn't exactly clear either, but it looks like this'll be as close to the original as the developer can get it.
Comments responding to the trailer range from "OMG YES" to "My i7 cant run this game, but cellphones of korea can. OK I'M DONE", and I expect the minimum requirements will be substantial.
If you enjoyed the first Kingsman film, chances are you'll be looking forward to The Golden Circle. Lucky for you, MARV Films, NHN Pixelcube, and FoxNext Games will be launching a mobile game for it in the next couple of months.
Like the Kingsman Agency itself, the information is a little secretive for now. From the press release we know that it'll be a real-time action RPG puzzler based around a training simulator, and will feature both single player and PvP modes.
"Pass your training by completing Merlin's virtual simulation. Step into the shoes of Eggsy, Harry, Roxy, and many more, each with their own style, skills and gadgets, and save the world from the hidden threats that lurk within."
As Kingsman: The Golden Circle Game will be launching alongside the film's cinema debut, we can probably expect it sometime in September on iOS and Android.
Remember a couple of weeks back when Clash of Clans' Builder decided enough was enough and jogged on? Turns out, the chap's headed over to augmented reality as Supercell teams up with Facebook.
Five years after Clash of Clans' debut, Facebook's AR studio has given the Builder a bit of a fresh outlook as he can now travel the world and pop up in all sorts of places. Granted, all he does is swing his hammer and smile, but he's so adorable.
You can also put yourself in the Builder's shoes as using your phone's front-facing camera turns you into the main man himself. If you've played around a lot on Snapchat, you'll know what I'm talking about.
Gameloft's Dungeon Hunter Champions is taking a step away from its usual hack 'n slash RPG and dipping to MOBA territory. Oh, and it's soft launched in the Philippines right now.
Dungeon Hunter Champions is an RPG experience with a bit of a mix of flavours. Instead of the usual pathway, Gameloft's decided to take Champions down a more communal route, meaning you've got a few ways to play with other folks.
First, you've got your solo-player campaign. Here you'll work your way through ten environments and battle the hell out of mobs, bosses, and try and live through 200 levels in the Ultimate Blitz (horde mode).
In terms of multiplayer, you've got your party mode ARPG option where you'll build your own team and work with them out on the battlefield. Then you've got real-time MOBA battles where you can band together with other players in teams of five to destroy an enemy base.
Ever wanted to be your own celebrity influencer? Well, now's your chance as Star Away! soft launches on iOS in Ireland, Thailand, and Finland.
Star Away! is a simulation/lifestyle game where you'll try to get millions of likes and followers on FameTube. In the same boat as games like PewDiePie's Tuber Simulator, the aim of the game here is to get as big as you can and, y'know, rise to stardom.
By building up a fan base, donning yourself in the nicest outfits, streaming yourself pulling off awesome moves (by tapping and swiping), and facing off your enemies, you'll be able to rise up the charts in no time.
If you're in one of the aforementioned areas and fancy giving the game a go, check it out on the
Last week we found out that both GAME and GameStop were putting out different Switch bundles. Today it looks like there's still a scattering of bundles and lone consoles, but you know how it is - these things never last long.
At the time of this article going live, on Nintendo.co.uk there's a small amount of stock for the Grey Switch <(a href="https://store.nintendo.co.uk/nintendo-switch-console/nintendo-switch-with-grey-joy-con-controllers/11396089.html">£279.99) and for the Nintendo Switch Hyrule Rider Pack <(a href="https://store.nintendo.co.uk/nintendo-switch-console/nintendo-switch-hyrule-rider-pack/11519242.html">£354.99). For those looking to spend a little more, the bundles mentioned in last week's post are still available on
Only one day from the release of Sonic Mania on the Switch, the game's release trailer has dropped and it's getting my hopes dangerously high.
Led in with the childhood memory-inducing 'SEGAAA', the launch trailer mashes up both the opening animation that we saw late last week and various different snippets of the 2D platformer.
Though not technically a remake, and not technically a new game in the series, Sonic Mania 'reimagines the classics', taking on Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles as we revisit the franchise's best titles.
In this new trailer we're also shown a little bit of the two-player mode where you and a friend can play together both cooperatively and competitively. Plus, we got sneaky peek at some of the new levels which'll hopefully have better level design than the ones before them.
If you're a fan of the Game Boy Advance game, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, you may be pleased to hear that Fire Emblem: Heroes is showing the series a little love in tomorrow's update.
Yesterday Nintendo Mobile released a trailer showing off four familiar characters: Amelia, Innes, Tana, and Seth. As shown off in the trailer, here's a list of the skills learnable for the characters at five-star.
Slaying Axe+ - Accelerates Special trigger.
Sacred Cowl - Reduces damage inflicted by attacks from foes two spaces away by 30%.
Earth Boost 3 - If unit has at least three more HP than enemy at the start of combat, unit receives Def+6 during combat.
We experience Titanfall this week as the Clash Royale-inspired mobile spin-off of the popular FPS series hits app stores.
We also take a look at the Hyperkin Smart Boy, which aims to turn your android phone into a fully fledged Game Boy, and find out what Zelda might have been like if it was populated entirely by felines in Cat Quest.
Plus, James talks to Llexi Leon about the expanding universe of Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast.
Updated August 11th, 4:03 PM - Johan Gjestland's actually just rolled up on the information train and confirmed that Fugl will hopefully soft launch on iOS and Android later this year, with the aim of a Q1 2018 release.
He also said that while the Android version will be releasing the same as the iOS version there's "no promise of feature parity as of now," and will likely support only the newest devices.
With Minecraft: Story Mode - Season Two's second episode just around the corner, Telltale Games has just dropped the latest, action-packed trailer.
The first episode of Season Two saw us head off on an adventure with Jesse and the gang and I won't spoil too much for you there. Stuff was great, then it was tense, then it was great, then it got really bad, and that's where we're picking up again in Giant Consequences.
As you'll see from the trailer Jesse and co. are in a bit of hot water...in a newly frozen wasteland. They'll have to work together as they embark on yet another adventure to save Beacontown.
Check out the trailer above. Minecraft: Story Mode - Season Two's next episode arrives on August 15th on Steam, iOS, and Android.