Mobile gaming has opened up our lives for having a game with us. Gone are the days where we had to remember to bring a Sodoku book with us, or a newspaper for the crossword puzzle. Gone even are the days many people my age grew up with, of having to carry around a Game Boy for entertainment.
I mean, there are moments in our lives where a little gaming is right, right? Like waiting in lines. Or when traveling. Waking up in the morning or winding down at night. Good for children who can play while perhaps other things are happening. Mobile gaming – in its many and varied forms – is not a new idea. But with our Smart devices, it’s easier than ever.
Now there’s even a new Nintendo system that looks far more like the merging of a Nintendo DS and a tablet than it does like much else. How we view mobile gaming is changing. But even as I play some games on these hand-helds, they don’t all work the same way as each other. And one keeps bringing me back. I’m going to consider mobile gaming just a little bit, and then talk about my favorite one, but then really I’d also like to hear from you – what are your go-to mobile games? Continue reading
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Tagged Ascension, Baldur's Gate, Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy, iPad, iPad App, iPhone, KotOR, Mobile Gaming, Nintendo 2DS, Nintendo DS, PSP, Smart Phone, Solitaire, Tablet
So I found some dangerous things on the App Store the other day.
Screenshots from the App Store for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy.
I read that Theatrhythm Final Fantasy was available on the iOS. You have to understand, I’m a little much of a Final Fantasy fan. I got a PSP basically to play Dissidia (which then had a sequel come out!) and Crisis Core. And it was totally worth it. But I wasn’t sold on buying a 3DS just to play Theatrhythm – but now I don’t have to. Instead, I’ll just run the risk of paying the cost of one over the iOS… Continue reading
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Tagged 4 Warriors of Light, Chrono Trigger, Dissidia, Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy Crisis Core, Final Fantasy Dimensions, Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, Final Fantasy VI, Final Fantasy VII, Halo Anniversary, iOS Games, iPad, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PSP, Recommendations, Review, SquareEnix, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy