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Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed now on your phone

Shenmue’s Ryo is being featured as a playable racer in Sega’s newly released Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed on mobile devices. The game can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store and Google Play for $4.99. This mobile version of the game features 10 playable racers, (and we heard more are on their way!), multiple control options optimized for mobile devices, and the same style of arcade racing which spices up things with dynamic tracks and transformable vehicles. According to various reviews, the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game has occasional techinical glitches, but was a good game to watch and play nevertheless. The Wii U version wasn’t so good though. “Ryo was the protagonist of Sega’s Shenmue games, which were supposed to be a flagship tri...

Jai and Veeru gear up for action with ‘Sholay: Bullets of Justice’ game

   Hungama Digital Media Entertainment, the largest aggregator, developer and publisher of Indian entertainment content globally and Gameshastra Solutions, India’s largest game studio brings to you the famous Jodi of ‘Yeh Dosti Hum Nahi Todengee’,Jai (Amitabh Bachchan) and Veeru (Dharmendra Deol) in the new game ‘Sholay: Bullets of Justice’. ‘Sholay’ will be a single player finite level based side scroller game. The whole game would narrate the story of two petty thieves the laconic Jai and loquacious Veeru helping the upright nobleman and disabled veteran cop Baldev Thakur. The game will have a “wild west” feel and would also portray the locales of Ramgarh as in the movie, with each character having its own stylized animations.       Neeraj Roy, MD & CEO,Hungama Digital Media En...

Cut the Rope 2 for iOS out now

The wait is finally over now as ZeptoLab has released the follow-up to its popular physics-based puzzler Cut the Rope on the App Store yesterday. The main aim of Cut the Rope 2 remains the same, as in players are still tasked with collecting candy for Om Nom, but the addition this time around is that Om Nom is joined by a bunch of that supporting characters called Toss, Boo and Blue. The puzzle designs in the original Cut the Rope were sublime, introducing new mechanics and trickier challenges at a suitable pace. If Cut the Rope 2  turns out to be even half as good, then this would be a perfect game for you to download on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch over the holidays.   The game costs $0.99 and will be out early next year on Google Play store as a free-to-play game for Android use...

Despicable Me’s Minion Rush out now on Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8

Gameloft seems to have a lot to offer its fans in the last month of the year. Just last week, they released Dungeon Hunter 4 for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8. Dungeon Hunter is also one of 15 titles that Gameloft announced earlier this year in August. Another among those titles and perhaps one of the more highly anticipated ones is Despicable Me: Minion Rush. People just love minions and go ga-ga over them, in other words, people adore these characters. And the love for these cute little capsule-look alike things is only gonna increase cause Minion Rush is finally available on Windows Phone 8! It come out on the 10th of this month, which also happened to be the day  Despicable Me 2 came out on Blu-ray and DVD. And as promised, the Windows 8 version of Minion Rush is also now available. Ne...

GTA: San Andreas comes to Windows Phone next week

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is Rockstar Games’ biggest release to mobile yet with a vast open-world covering the state of San Andreas and its three major cities – Los Santos, San Fierro and Las Venturas. While it has just released for iOS devices, Windows Phone users don’t have to wait long. According to Engadget: Rockstar Games tells us that the promised Android and Windows Phone versions will hit next week. GTA: San Andreas includes over 70 hours of gameplay featuring remastered, high-resolution graphics built specifically for mobile. We can’t wait to play this game. It’s probably going to look awesome on the Nokia Lumia. Are you looking forward to this game? Let us know in the comments!

Angry Birds’ version of Mario Kart released

Rovio Entertainment launched Angry Birds Go! yesterday, a free-to-play kart racer spinoff of the Angry Birds series. This game came out yesterday for iOS, Windows Phone 8, Blackberry 10 and for Android devices on Google Play Store. Like various other free-to-play games, Angry Birds Go! is financed by various microtransactions. If you look into its iTunes product page, you’ll find that users can spend $2.60-$65 of real-world money to buy additional items. “The game was “built from the ground up” as a free-to-play title and features upgradable karts, numerous characters, and special powers in a “fully rendered” 3D world. Gamers can play as the birds or the pigs throughout various game modes like Time Boom and Fruit Splat.”   “Angry Birds G...


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