Archos Gamepad 2 Possibly Leaked In FCC Filing
We all know technology has a crazy low shelf life these days, and Gaming tech is no exception. The Archos gamepad hasn’t been out long, (launch hit US shores in March) and already it looks as though a filling from the FCC has been leaked regarding it’s predecessor. This shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone considering how fast phones and tablets enter the market and with how they fly even faster off the shelves. No real details have been released about the gamepad 2 due to the filings letter of confidentiality, but we do know that it’s coming, we just don’t know when. The fact that this is just a filing of the device to the FCC to see if it meets all the standards tells us it won’t be anytime soon. Sure there’s nothing here to really grab anyone’s attention but it’s always a little exciting to find out about new android devices that are coming up. Especially when they focus on gaming. Thanks to the folks at Arctablet News for dropping this tip as we all know how big and exciting android gaming has gotten.
Middle Manager Of Justice Now Available For Download; Serves Up Justice With A Side Of Little Green Robot
Android gamers it’s time to put on your short sleeve white button down shirts and power ties. The moment has come for you to manage your trusty employees and guide them to victory as you defend the world from evil as a crack team of office superheroes. Yes, its true. You can be a middle management hero and a super hero all in one, you just have to play. You’ll do everything from hiring to delegating (this might be the only place micromanagement isn’t widely despised) to prepare your underlings for the evil forces they will have to face. This includes but is not limited to daunting office tasks that could be done by a highly intelligent and properly trained monkey. Do you have what it takes to be a middle manager of justice? You’d better hope so, the safety of the world depends on you.
Deus Ex: The Fall Arriving On Android In September
If you have never played a Deus Ex game, you’re missing out. On a very grand scale. The second most recent installment in the series(Deus Ex: Human Revolution) sets the stage for all the action that happens in this upcoming Android addition to the Deus Ex universe. While the iOS version of the game is already available to legions of fans, us android gamers have a little bit longer of a wait. Like always it seems. Its better however than getting completely snubbed on a popular game entirely like Gameloft did with NFL Pro 2014. Deus Ex: The Fall is a full game in the franchise and takes place directly after Human Revolution but you won’t be playing as the same main character. Instead you’ll head up the games missions as former British SAS mercenary Ben Saxon, who will stop at nothing to uncover the truth behind a major drug conspiracy that threatens the survival of all those who have been augmented. If you’re a fan of Action-RPG types and FPS titles, Deus Ex: The Fall is surely a game to look out for when it launches next month.
Leisure Suit Larry Is Back On Google Play; Hopefully For Good This Time
Remember the long wait we had for an android version of Leisure Suit Larry? It felt like forever. Then came the glorious day that it finally landed on the play store in July and it wasn’t long before it disappeared again. Good news though, Leisure Suit Larry is back and it seems the short absence did nothing to scare off any and everyone who had been patiently waiting to get their hands on a copy of this classic game. It’s been about a month since the official release, and Larry is back and bugless to boot. “It’s good to have you back Larry. You’re looking as leisurely sleazy as ever.” Although it sucks to have a huge game like this pulled right after launch, I always appreciate the dedication from a development team to deliver as perfect and enjoyable experience as possible to its fan base. A big thanks to Replay Games. If you’re interested in playing Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded, you can download a lite version now from the play store for free, and once inside you can unlock the full game for $4.99.
Crescent Moon Games Releases A New Trailer For Their Upcoming Title “Mines Of Mars”
If you’ve been following the development of Mines Of Mars, then you already know of its exciting possibilities. For those of you out there that don’t know much about it, its coming to us from Crescent Moon Games which is the team responsible for games like Aralon: Sword and Shadow, and Ravensword: Shadowlands. Mines of Mars is a dark set exploration mining game (as if you couldn’t have guessed from the title) where you’ll be mining all kinds of stuff, just like in minecraft. So when you’re not playing minecraft, you can kinda play minecraft by playing mines of mars. The difference between the two games is obvious though as Crescent Moon Games is also known for their use of spectacular visuals and breathtaking storylines. I can talk about the wonderful mining adventures you’ll have all I want, but you’d better just the watch the trailer and see for yourself what you’re in for.
Upcoming Movie Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones Gets Its Own Game
Mortal instruments: City of Bones is yet another popular series of novels that has gone under development into making the transition from books to major motion picture. That’s not all though as the Literature turned big screen film had its own Android game released just two days ago. Yep, 5 days until the first official movie in the series is released and there’s already a video game. In this game, you’ll be taking on the role of a shadowhunter(a half human/half angel character from the novels) and its your job to hunt down and dispose of other supernatural creatures. The game will be of the action rpg genre so expect plenty of storyline tie ins and memorable places and faces for those of you that follow the series. If you’ve never heard of the series before but the game sounds interesting, check out the trailer below and see if it’s up your alley. Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is free and available now.
Asphalt 8: Airborne To Launch August 22nd; Only Two Weeks Late
Asphalt fans may no doubt be a little annoyed with Gamelofts antics and decision to delay its newest game in the series, Asphalt 8, a little longer than expected. Keep in mind though that these things usually happen so the developers have a chance to ensure the best possible gaming experience to their fans. That being said, Asphalt 8 has a new launch date, and its closer than you think. Come August 22nd, legions of racing fans will have their chance to limber up their thumbs and prepare for one of the hottest racing titles of the year. Asphalt 8 promises to be one of the hottest games of the year overall actually, and with good reason. With support for the new 3D graphics standard for games in Android 4.3, 180 events and probably more to come, 47 licensed vehicles plus social integration so you can post your bragging rights easily and often, Asphalt 8: Airborne has a lot to offer race hounds. If you’ve been looking forward to giving yourself the closest thing to whiplash as possible, you won’t have to wait too much longer as August 22nd is only 5 days away.