Entries in 'mobile' (173)
All of Warner Bros iOS titles and selected Android ones have seen their prices slashed as part of the publisher's summer mobile sale.
UK PlayStation owners can now top up their PSN wallet via their mobile phone.
Codemasters revived popular racing series Colin McRae for iOS this week, but the publisher says this is only the beginning.
In the week before E3, Microsoft and Square Enix announced sequels to two of the biggest games of this generation – but they weren’t for Xbox One or PS4.
PC graphics expert Nvidia is to begin licensing out its technology to other device makers.
NPD Group has revealed details from its 2013 Gamer Segmentation report, including survey results that indicate which markets are on the rise.
Deus Ex: The Fall may not be heading to Xbox One and PS4 expected, but Square Enix says it's all part of a plan to shake up the mobile space.
Indie darling Terraria will land on mobile devices in the coming months, following successful runs on PCs and consoles.
Professor Layton and Ni No Kuni developer Level-5 is currently developing three role-playing games for mobile platforms in Japan.
The iOS/Android version of Minecraft has reached a major milestone, selling 10m units since launching in August 2011.
A free Yoda-themed LEGO Star Wars games will be released on mobiles on May 4th. As in, May The Fourth Be With You. Geddit?
Mobile devices will become the gaming industry's dominant platform in the next three years, according to analysis firm Juniper Research.
2K Games and Firaxis have announced Sid Meier's Ace Patrol will launch for iOS devices worldwide next week.
1993 release Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow and the Flame is being remade for tablets and smartphones, Ubisoft has announced.
GameStop has announced the expansion of its trade-in program will have the retailer now accepting smartphones from Samsung, BlackBerry, and Motorola.
Nvidia’s senior VP of content and technology has said that mobile devices will very shortly overtake the PS3 and Xbox 360 in terms of technological clout.
A brand new development studio is being opened in San Francisco by Warner Bros.
Take-Two will look to bring its core gaming franchises to smartphones and tablets; claiming it has a long line of unannounced games as well.
Microtransactions will NOT feature in every single EA release going forwards.
The Conduit, as in High Voltage’s 2009 Wii-exclusive, is getting an HD update launching soon for Tegra-powered mobile and tablet devices.
Sega has confirmed Sonic Dash, an endless runner-style game starring the iconic sprinting hedgehog, is in the works for mobile.
Rovio has announced the debut of its new Angry Birds animated series will land in March.
Koch-owned publisher Deep Silver says that it intends to expand into the mobile games space.
Despite the allure of self-publishing, smartphone game developers are flocking to big firms to help their games find an audience.
Web analytics company StatCounter reports that Apple is now the leading mobile OEM for global web usage, bagging a 25.9 per cent share in January 2013.