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Critical Ops is engaging in battle on several game platforms

Press release: Kajaani, Finland 27.3.2017 – Critical Ops is a competitive first person shooter (FPS) predicted to be the next breakthrough game in eSports. The game, which has seen a soft launch for Android and iOS, has already achieved massive success via 15 million downloads and over half a million daily gamers. Critical Ops’ ideological forefather is the hugely popular… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!

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UmaMusume’s First Gameplay Trailer is Cute and Weird at the Same Time

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UmaMusume’s First Gameplay Trailer is Cute and Weird at the Same Time

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NieR: Automata Protagonist 2B to Appear in New Valkyrie Profile Game Valkyrie Anatomia

The newest game of the Valkyrie Profile series, Valkyrie Anatomia: The Origin, has received quite a few crossovers since its launch, including one with the Star Ocean series. Today Square Enix announced a new one, that will …Read More The post NieR: Automata Protagonist 2B to Appear in New Valkyrie Profile Game Valkyrie Anatomia by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.

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Super Mario Run Has Not Met Nintendo’s Expectations

In little over a week, Super Mario Run on iOS devices garnered over 40 million players. That’s quite an impressive feat, however, it doesn’t mean 40 million players payed the $9.99 USD to access the whole …Read More The post Super Mario Run Has Not Met Nintendo’s Expectations by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

Pokémon GO Releases Some Mysterious Shiny Versions into the Wild

Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando Mobile Blasts its Way onto iOS and Android

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Clementine and Javier’s Story Continues in Launch Trailer for The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Episode 3

The story continues in the newly-released trailer for The Walking Dead: A New Frontier’s third episode, “Above the Law,” which releases on March 28. …Read More The post Clementine and Javier’s Story Continues in Launch Trailer for The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Episode 3 by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.

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The New Power Rangers Game Isn't Half Bad

With a new chapter in the Power Rangers saga unfolding in theaters across the country this weekend, Saban and Lionsgate have teamed with mobile developer nWay to release Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, a real-time mobile fighting game featuring heroes and villains from throughout series history. Advertisement Legacy Wars is a little bit Marvel: Contest of Champions and mixed with some Rock, Paper, Scissors. Players form teams of Power Rangers characters (one leader and two assists) in order to do battle with other players’ teams in order to battle their way to the top of their league’s leaderboards. This is all due to some plot by Rita Repulsa to pit Rangers from throughout history against each other, cause she’s petty like that. Check out the video below for a look at the game in action. Battling is by far the best part of Legacy Wars, which is fortunate considering its focus on fighting. Finger swipes move players backwards and forwards on the fighting plane as a power meter fills. Each leader character has a series of attacks they can employ in battle, from special melee moves to ranged projectiles. Winning READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Pokemon GO’s Water Festival Event Makes a Splash with Totodile, Lapras, Squirtle, and More

Pokemon GO is ringing in the warmer weather with the new Water Festival event that will increase the sightings of Squirtle, Magikarp, Lapras, and more. …Read More The post Pokemon GO’s Water Festival Event Makes a Splash with Totodile, Lapras, Squirtle, and More by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.

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Tips For Playing Bit City

Tiny Tower creator Nimblebit released its latest game last week, town-building clickfest Bit City. Its simple-yet-satisfying tap-to-build action has already earned it a spot on iTunes’ Top Free Apps list. Here are some tips to help your tiny city planning sessions go smoothly. Advertisement Bit City is a clicker game masquerading as a city simulator. Players develop plots of land to earn money to develop more plots of land. They buy upgrades in order to make buildings more profitable, then use that money to buy more upgrades. They purchase cars, planes and boats to generate more money, which can then be used to purchase more cars, planes and boats. It’s a cycle that plays through on a series of progressively larger game maps, and it’s very hard to put down. I wasn’t originally planning a tips post for Bit City, but spending the majority of the weekend battling a fever and obsessively pawing at an iPad screen changes a person. Having gone through seven of eight city builds and restarted via the Prestige System once, I’ve gained some insight into how to make Bit City really click. Don’t Buy In-Game READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Occultus Mediterranean Cabal Hidden Object Mobile Game Launches; Release Trailer Follows

This game’s main character just wants to visit his grandfather, but these cultists keep getting in the way. This new iOS and Android game’s release trailer shows off the game’s mechanics. …Read More The post Occultus Mediterranean Cabal Hidden Object Mobile Game Launches; Release Trailer Follows by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.

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Super Mario Run’s Update Will Bring New Characters, Free Level

While Android users are waiting diligently for the release of Super Mario Run on their mobile devices, Nintendo is planning a larger-than-usual update for their take on endless runners. In a recent notification pushed to their app, …Read More The post Super Mario Run’s Update Will Bring New Characters, Free Level by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.

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Typeshift Is A Word Puzzle That Rethinks Crosswords

Crossword puzzles are the bane of my existence. I find them obtuse and boring. But iOS game Typeshift is a clever twist on the formula that makes them way more tolerable. Advertisement Typeshift’s developer, Zach Gage of Spelltower and Really Bad Chess fame, says that this game is part of his “pseudo-quest to re-imagine classic newspaper games in the digital era.” In order to solve the puzzles in Typeshift, you scroll through columns of letters until the center row makes a word. The standard puzzles just need you to turn all the letters blue by including them in a word once, but the deeper and arguably more interesting puzzles are the “clue puzzles.” In those, you’re given a range of clues, like a crossword, and make words to match those clues. In both cases, what makes these feel more fun than a newspaper crossword is the ability to shift the letters around. It’s a satisfying movement, punctuated by a quiet but solid “click!” Moving the letters around helps me visualize what words could exist in that space. If you see that E and D are in the last two rows, READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!