- August 23, 2016
The games developed by them will be made market-ready by July of this year, and will be launched exclusively through Grameenphone
The game will start selling in 151 countries and regions later Thursday and will become available on Android-based devices at a later date
It’s always a difficult choice to make when a company decides to release an updated version of a best-selling gadget. They will take the necessary steps to confuse the crap out of you, and lure you into their sexy new look.
The first week of September will be a time period of pure speculation and eagerness for the tech world, especially for the fans of the Sony PlayStation gaming console. For those who don’t already know, Sony is planning to introduce and present the new PlayStation Neo or PlayStation 4.5, if you will.
Who could ever imagine Mario would ever take part in the closing ceremonies of the summer Olympics in Rio? If you weren’t in front of a television, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe put on the Mario cap and came out of a warp pipe. You read that right, he popped out of a warp pipe.
What do you get when the art director of Afro Samurai, Takashi Okazaki, gets involved on an unorthodox hack and slash indie game?
The Angry Birds is now out on handheld consoles. The Winged Warriors are calling for revenge against The Mean Pigs in a totally different style. Angry Birds Star Wars (iOS|Android|Windows Phone) is a sequel that continues the Star Wars theme as you fling birds at evil pigs. But this time, the game explores the prequel
Celebs tap into gaming addiction, cash in on their fame
It’s time to see what is on offer post-E3