Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Search Result

Collapse
18 results in 0.0093 seconds.
Keywords
Members
Tags
  • You can also choose from the popular tags.

mobile gaming x

  • Mobile Gaming Nears Annual Revenues of $12 Billion

    in News

    Mobile Gaming Nears Annual Revenues of $12 Billion

    A new report from a Sensor Tower Store Intelligence, a mobile analytics firm, show that mobile game revenues have grown 53% to $11.9 billion (USD).

    The report shows that Google Play revenues increased 83% to $5.3 billion while Apple's App Store store grew just 35% to $6.6 billion. For the first quarter, the top overall mobile game in terms of downloads was Subway Surfers, which was also the top game on Google Play. The top game on the App Store was King of Glory.

    The game that topped the revenue charts on both Google Play and the App Store was Monster Strike.

    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Mobile Gaming Nears Annual Revenues of $12 Billion

    A new report from a Sensor Tower Store Intelligence, a mobile analytics firm, show that mobile game revenues have grown 53% to $11.9 billion (USD)....
    See more | Go to post

  • Sony Developing PlayStation Games for Mobile Devices

    in News

    Sony Developing PlayStation Games for Mobile Devices

    When Sony Computer Entertainment renames itself to Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), they will set their sights on expanding into the mobile gaming market. As such, Sony has created the ForwardWorks Corporation, a new company that will bring PlayStation franchises to the mobile market in Japan and Asia.
    ForwardWorks will leverage the intellectual property of the numerous PlayStation dedicated software titles and its gaming characters as well as the knowledge and know-how of gaming development expertise which was acquired over the years with PlayStation business to provide gaming application optimized
    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Sony Developing PlayStation Games for Mobile Devices

    When Sony Computer Entertainment renames itself to Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), they will set their sights on expanding into the mobile...
    See more | Go to post

  • The Future of Mobile Gaming

    in News

    The Future of Mobile Gaming

    It is not anything new, but the surge in mobile and casual gaming is only going to keep going strong in 2016. These past few years have seen an incredible surge in the popularity of mobile gaming. As of April 2015, 35% of all gamers said they play mobile games. It should only stand to reason to say that number will only increase as time goes on and more and more people pick up phones that are capable of playing games that are visually on par with the consoles they grew up with. We already have a number of titles that have made the transition from mobile to console and PC release, including Riptide GP. Companies ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Kanye West Makes a Good Point

    in News

    Kanye West Makes a Good Point

    Kanye West just made a good point via Twitter. This is the first (and only?) time I have ever said or typed those words in that order.

    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Shawn Zipay
    started a topic Kanye West Makes a Good Point

    Kanye West Makes a Good Point

    Kanye West just made a good point via Twitter. This is the first (and only?) time I have ever said or typed those words in that order.

    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Apple TV to Entice Even More Casual Gamers?

    in News

    Apple TV to Entice Even More Casual Gamers?

    As you may have heard, Apple made an announcement earlier in the month that had more to do with the latest iPhone designs and upgrades. While those changes are indeed coming to their mobile lineup, they're also looking to make a proper entry in the gaming sphere.

    The new Apple TV will be available for a mere $150 (for the 32GB model) and aims to provide users with another gaming option that doesn't come from the Big 3 (Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo). While some have been quick to shoot it down before it's even out there-Kotaku.com threw some serious shade-there's something that needs to be remembered here: even if Apple TV only offers simple and...
    See more | Go to post

  • Apple TV to Entice Even More Casual Gamers?

    As you may have heard, Apple made an announcement earlier in the month that had more to do with the latest iPhone designs and upgrades. While...
    See more | Go to post

  • Japanese Mobile Gaming Market Hits $5.1 Billion in 2013, Surpassing Console Market

    Console gaming is next to dead in Japan as most of the gaming population there have moved on to mobile games. Japan's Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association (CESA) revealed that in 2013, the market for smartphone games hit $3.5 billion (USD) in Japan alone. The total market for mobile gaming, including smartphone games, hit $5.1 billion (USD) in 2013. CESA notes that this figure is larger than the one for consoles (combining hardware and software) at just $4 billion (USD) for the same span of time. Japanese gamers not playing on smartphones are typically found with the Nintendo DS. The DS accounted for 46.7% of the...
    See more | Go to post

  • Japanese Mobile Gaming Market Hits $5.1 Billion in 2013, Surpassing Console Market

    Console gaming is next to dead in Japan as most of the gaming population there have moved on to mobile games. Japan's Computer Entertainment...
    See more | Go to post

  • Space Run Hits Apple App Store Tomorrow

    Tomorrow, Space Run will be released on the Apple App Store.
    Space Run is the work of "one-man studio" PassTech Games and pays true homage
    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Nvidia Announces the Shield Tablet Starting at $300

    in News

    Nvidia Announces the Shield Tablet Starting at $300

    Beginning July 29 in North America (August 14 in Europe) you will be able to pick at Nvidia Shield Tablet starting at $299 (USD).
    Mobile gaming boomed in recent years, but despite this incredible popularity a high-performance mobile device designed for the most discerning gamers failed to materialize. In response we created SHIELD, a portable gaming device marrying incredible graphics and precision controls in an all-in-one portable form factor. Since release, SHIELD has continually improved with the addition of innovative technologies like GameStream and Console Mode, and a growing library of blockbuster games titles like Half-Life 2 and Portal. Serious gamers want amazing game experiences whenever and wherever, be that at hom
    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Nvidia Announces the Shield Tablet Starting at $300

    Beginning July 29 in North America (August 14 in Europe) you will be able to pick at Nvidia Shield Tablet starting at $299 (USD).
    Mobile
    ...
    See more | Go to post

  • Respawn's Vince Zampella Forming New Mobile Studio Nuclear Division

    in News

    Respawn's Vince Zampella Forming New Mobile Studio Nuclear Division

    Respawn Entertainment's Vince Zampella and the former product head of a slot machine maker (WMS), Larry Pacey, are teaming up to form Nuclear Division. If the headline wasn't already a dead giveaway, the new company is called Nuclear Division and it will focus on mobile gaming.

    Don't worry too much though, as Zampella will continue on at Respawn Entertainment.
    ...
    See more | Go to post
Working...
X