Prepare yourselves for the addition of an iconic baddie as Darkseid joins the roster in the Injustice: Gods Among Us mobile game.
Much as with a real zombie apocalypse, the undead are everywhere these days, and no medium is more infected with their proliferation than gaming. Square Enix isn't immune to the alluring pustulence of the walking dead, which is why it’s gotten in on the action with Deadman's Cross, an odd hybrid of first-person shooting, card battling and the other trend which has infected gaming: free-to-play
Every year there’s a number of card games that come out, with each one determined to make a mark. Kahuna has risen up in the ranks as a card game, but the iPhone/iPad version still needs a bit of work done in the technical department in order to let players enjoy the application.
A new card-based strategic title, Star Wars: Assault Team, has its hyperdrive set on reaching smartphones.
We have some good news for those hoping to try out Blizzard Entertainment's upcoming free-to-play collectible card game, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, before its official release date. You can play it right now.
On the heels of Square Enix's iOS release of the original Tomb Raider comes an entirely new Lara Croft adventure. Since it's the holidays, a leisurely card game or two isn't a bad way to pass the time, and Lara Croft: Reflections is banking on our love of the beloved genre. Horrible first impressions are usually a deal breaker for some, and if you're not in the Christmas spirit this app may bring out your inner Scrooge.
Rubicon has released Combat Monsters, their newest iOS title featuring grid and card warfare. Rubicon is a UK-based developer known for other warfare titles featuring little people/monsters, such as Great Little War Game and Great Big War Game. Combat Monsters lives up to its namesake in providing both a single-player and multiplayer experience that are each thorough and strategic in nature. With Pokemon X/Y on Combat Monsters' heels, combat featuring multitudes of little monsters have been on the rise. So let's see if Combat Monsters can exceed in an area where Pocket Monsters have yet to win a gym badge in -- the iOS format.
Card games seem to be getting a lot more popular and prevalent in the App Store. The latest game to emerge from the mire is Star Wars Force Collection, from Konami. Is this new iOS card game worthy of the Star Wars name? Or does it give us a bad feeling and lead us to believe that it's a trap?