There’s a fun little time-waster to be found in Mosaic Chronicles’ blend of comedic fantasy, mosaic art, and jigsaw puzzle.
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Ragnarok Origin will make its official English debut soon with a North American release, though there are no global launch plans just yet.
Crossword City Chronicles is a barebones port of a woeful mobile game that turned Scrabble into a tedious, mind-numbing grind.
The Switch remaster of the excellent mobile JRPG Witch Spring 3 is getting a western release soon, with a couple of limited editions in tow.
Romancing SaGa Re;univerSe for mobile brings together characters from across the SaGa franchise, and promises a gacha RPG that’s ‘not pay-to-win’.
The G-Mode Archives project is bringing a whole lot of early mobile games to the Japanese Switch eShop, and we have at least five more to look forward to.
Symphony of the Night, one of the all-time greats and the reason for the ‘-vania’ in ‘Metroidvania’, is now on Android and iOS for a couple of bucks.
Mobile games often don’t transition well to consoles. World of Warriors, with its shallow combat and Funko-esque bobblehead characters, is the latest example of that.
Final Fantasy XIV: Gathering Outdoors may be an April Fool’s joke, but a geolocation-based mobile game tie-in to Square Enix’s titanic MMO actually sounds like a great idea.
Square Enix Japan’s new mobile action RPG Samurai Rising is like White Cat Project (or Rune Story) in Final Fantasy dressing, and that’s a very good thing.