Final Fantasy and Square Enix fans, start holding your breaths. The North American office of the game publisher has officially revealed that Final Fantasy Agito will soon be heading to the region and available for free and in English.
Hitman fans rejoice! If the recently launched Hitman GO mobile version (or perversion if you will) has left you cringing, then list latest announcement from Square Enix might be the cure for that. Hitman Sniper goes back to the original nature of the game and has you carrying out contracts from the perspective of Agent 47 himself.
If you ever wanted to play a retro style game that still had enough modern pizazz in it, you might want to give Sky Force 2014 a whirl. Celebrating 10 years of the title, the developers are bringing the top-down shoot 'em up game to Android with some stunning visuals and some clearly modern game mechanics.
You'll either love it or hate and there's probably no gray area in between. Hitman GO has finally landed on Android, but this Agent 47 on your smartphone might not exactly be the same assassin you have grown and loved.
Square Enix has finally released the Android port of Dragon Quest VIII, but it isn't all bright and shiny. While fans of the venerable JRPG franchise will probably have no qualms about buying this game, others will less emotional attachment might find the price tag a bit hard to swallow.
Flappy Bird, which took the world by storm and caused most to rejoice when it was eventually pulled from circulation, is coming back. The game’s creator has vowed it will return at some point in the near future, replete with a multiplayer mode.
SNK Playmore is back with another classic title, but this time it's actually more of a reimagining than a straightfoward port. Metal Slug Defense mutates the popular side-scrolling run and gun shooter game into a side-scrolling tower defense game.
Android, and mobile gaming as a whole, has created an opportunity for games and game developers to cater to a new generation of gamers, some of which never had the pleasure of playing the most beloved titles of old. Yes, we're talking about ports, remakes, the whole shebang. Today, one of those classic titles has once again resurfaced to lure both old timers and fresh blood alike. Baldur's Gate, which saw itself remade in late 2012, is now officially and natively available on Android.
If the shiny new Amazing Spider-Man 2 game didn't float your boat, then maybe some old school arcade shooting action will. CONTRA: Evolution, a throwback to the 80's namesake, is now free to play on Android, but still carries with it a bit of in-game purchases.