Archive for the ‘Mobile’ Category
  • RBI Baseball 14 Releasing This Week for $20 on Last-Gen Consoles and $5 Mobile
    Posted April 8th, 2014 at 10:00 am 11 Comments
    RBI Baseball 14 will release as a digital download on PSN for PS3 and XBLA for Xbox 360 on Wednesday. Xbox One, PS4, and Android versions are expected to arrive in May. MLB Advanced Media has treated RBI 14 very much like they would any mobile game by not offering much in the way of details or media prior to release and the lack of it resulted in the complete dissipation of the hype from when it was initially announced in January. As far as the price goes the Xbox 360 and PS3 digital down...
  • The Flappy Phenomenon Infiltrates Golf
    Posted April 5th, 2014 at 2:30 pm No Comments
    Though it may not qualify as a pure sports game Super Stickman Golf and its sequel have been recognized for being among the most fun games for mobile devices. The developers of SSG, Noodlecake Studios, recently released a spin-off called that goes by two different names: Flappy Golf for iOS and Golfy Bird for Android. As the names would suggest it takes elements from the insanely popular (at least for a few weeks before the creator pulled it from the store) Flappy Bird and combines it wit...
  • Mobile Review: NBA Rush
    Posted March 15th, 2014 at 3:15 pm No Comments
    by Brendan Wilhide In the freemium iOS game NBA Rush, you control an NBA star and fight back against an alien invasion using dunks, crossovers and sprints. This arcade game is short on story but long on the “just one more turn” feeling and that’s a good thing for casual fans looking to kill a few minutes. The game itself is slight variation on the runner genre--you control a player as they run through the environment, dodging obstacles, collecting coins for points and taking out al...
  • R.B.I. Baseball 14 Officially Announced For Consoles and Mobile
    Posted January 15th, 2014 at 9:45 am 27 Comments
    In a surprise announcement last night Major League Baseball announced the return of R.B.I Baseball for release this spring with "multi-platform distribution across current and next-generation consoles and smartphones and tablets".   (more…)...
  • PlayStation App Out on iOS and Android
    Posted November 13th, 2013 at 8:30 am 8 Comments
    Sony today released the official PlayStation app - grab it now through iTunes for iOS devices or Google Play for Android. The app will turn phones and tablets into second screens for the PlayStation 4 that will communicate with the console in a similar fashion to that of SmartGlass on the Xbox 360 and One. It also provides access to PS4 friends lists and trophies, acts as a remote control, becomes a keyboard for typing messages, and can even be used to watch the streaming gameplay of others....
  • NBA 2K14 Available for iOS Devices
    Posted October 1st, 2013 at 1:45 pm 5 Comments
    In addition to the console versions released today NBA 2K14 has also arrived for iOS devices (download from iTunes here) for $8. That is the same price NBA 2K13 released at on mobile to generally poor reviews while other companies have instead been trending towards the free-to-play model. It is not yet out for Android but expected sometime this month. Unfortunately 2K Sports did not provide any details on app features so at this point users would be buying blind. NBA 2K13 featured the NBA...
  • Mobile Version of FIFA 14 Out Now
    Posted September 24th, 2013 at 4:00 pm 7 Comments
    Today not only brought the console release of FIFA 14 but also versions for iOS (download through iTunes) and Android (download through Google Play) devices. The game is free-to-play like Madden NFL 25's mobile offering which means the focus is on the Ultimate Team aspect and in-app purchases. Controls are similar as it utilizes screen taps and swipes. Other features include Match Day, online multiplayer, penalty shootouts, and brilliant graphics for a phone/tablet game. $5 will unlock Kick ...
  • Madden NFL 25 Releases on Android
    Posted September 20th, 2013 at 9:15 am 4 Comments
    The mobile version of Madden NFL 25 that came out in late August on iOS has now arrived for Android devices and can be downloaded through Google Play. For the first time Madden on mobile is free-to-play (FIFA will be that way as well later this month) and with that in mind the primary focus has shifted to an "Ultimate Team" concept. Features for Madden NFL 25 include the front-and-center Ultimate Team, solo challenges for the team to play through, offensive shootout mode, head-to-head tur...
  • Mobile Game NFL Runner Launches
    Posted September 18th, 2013 at 7:30 pm 3 Comments
    NFL Runner: Football Dash released today for both iOS (download from iTunes) and Android (download from Google Play) devices. Similar to games like Temple Run or Subway Surfers the challenge is to run for as long as possible. NFL Runner is free to play and supported by microtransactions. Players swype the screen left and right to move laterally, up to jump, and down to slide in an effort to collect coins and power-ups and avoid obstacles that would bring the run to an end. EA Sports cu...
  • First Free-to-Play Mobile Madden Releases for iOS Devices
    Posted August 27th, 2013 at 9:30 am 6 Comments
    Madden NFL 25 released today for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad while Android will have to wait until later in the year. It represents EA's first attempt at a free-to-play sports game on mobile that will be driven by microtransactions instead of the up-front price. The game has been available on the Canadian market since last week where has received somewhat unfavorable reviews due in part to that structure. Features for Madden NFL 25 include Ultimate Team, solo challenges for the team to p...
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