If one screen isn't enough to play Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games will be rolling out an companion app for iOS and Android to go with the upcoming sequel to the open-world western, the game's maker said in a blogpost Tuesday.The app connects with your PlayStation 4 or Xbox, shows you the game's map, and lets you mark places you'd like to check out, and the like. In addition, you can read the journal of the game's new hero, Arthur Morgan. Having the app also means you can remove the heads up display from your TV when you're playing the game.It's available for download October 26. … [Read more...] about Red Dead Redemption 2 app lets you explore game’s world on Android, iOS
Platforming games are quite common on Xbox One, but typically, you battle enemies with a combat system in them. Fe, released earlier this year, went against that norm, and now it's joined by Planet Alpha, a science-fiction title that focuses completely on exploration and puzzle solving. With superb visuals, beautiful music and engaging gameplay, Planet Alpha is truly great and is only held back by the length of the game. See at Microsoft Discover a new world There is almost no story at all in Planet Alpha. You start the game by waking up as an injured explorer who is traversing across an alien world for unknown reasons. With no other way to go than onward, you begin your journey to see what the mysterious planet, dubbed "Planet Alpha", has to offer. This is done through two activities: platforming and puzzle solving. Platforming is how you traverse the land and its various hardships, while puzzle solving allows you to get through blocked paths and reach a new area of the planet. The … [Read more...] about Planet Alpha Xbox One review: A beautiful sci-fi exploration game that’s too short
Sea of Solitude is an upcoming indie game from EA's "Originals" program, which sees EA provide grants to smaller studios to realize their creative dreams. In Sea of Solitude, you control Kay on a journey across a submerged, apocalyptic world. Loneliness appears central to the game's theme. When humans get too lonely, they turn into monsters. That's what happened to Kay. But she's not alone – this ocean is full of creatures just like her. Finding them may be the key to changing her back. Sea of Solitude is an upcoming third-person exploration game from Jo-Mei Games. Join Kay as she navigates the waters of heartache, empathy, and hope. We'll let you know when we have more information on the game's launch window. … [Read more...] about EA reveals Sea of Solitude, a dark third-person exploration game
Looking for some neat new games to play on your Android smartphone? If that's the case, you might be pleased to hear that several titles that are usually paid are now available for free on Google Play.This collection features several different genres, so we've made sure to include a video (where available) or gameplay image and a description below each title in order to aid you in the selection process.Also, make sure to check out the end of sale times for each game below the respective download link. At the time of writing (January 29th), some of these titles only have a few hours left in their "freebie" period, so it's advisable to download anything that you like fast. Without further ado, let's see what's on the list! Paid Android games gone free double click to zoom in and out Paid Android games gone free 1. PUSH Rating: 4.7/5; Sale ends in: 2 days | DownloadPUSH is a very minimalistic and pleasant puzzle game. Your task is to find and push all the unbranded … [Read more...] about These paid Android games are now free for a limited time, grab them while you can!
Google is looking into developing a game streaming service that would allow it to stream software to a compatible Chromecast device or yet-to-be-released home console, according to a report today from The Information. The new service is codenamed “Yeti,” and it would be comparable to game streaming services like Sony’s PlayStation Now and Nvidia’s GeForce Now. That means users would not download software to a hard drive, but stream the game from a Google server instead. So this planned service is not to be confused with existing game subscription offerings like Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass that let users download unlimited games from a pre-selected pool of titles for a monthly fee. It’s unclear whether Google would focus solely on streaming Android games to a consumer’s television, as playing Android games on a big screen is already relatively easy to do with existing casting and mirroring technology. Google’s Chromecast can also natively … [Read more...] about Google reportedly exploring game streaming powered by Chromecast