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GT Racing 2 Review

GT Racing 2 Review

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The GT Racing series returns with some more stunning visuals and a vast campaign mode, though it can become slightly too geared towards in-app purchases.

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Gameloft is quickly getting down to business with the new controllers coming to iOS as they’ve added support for both Logitech and MOGA controllers. Dungeon Hunter 4 and Gangstar Vegas are two titles that work with both controllers, while Asphalt 8: Airborne currently works only with Logitech’s controller.

“At Gameloft, we continue our involvement in the Apple ecosystem by introducing Dungeon Hunter 4 and Gangstar Vegas for the iOS 7 extended controller API and Asphalt 8: Airborne for the standard controller,” said Baudouin Corman, Gameloft VP of Publishing for the Americas. “Our goal is to be at the forefront of mobile gaming innovation, and by supporting Apple in this next step, we are supporting the ever-evolving iOS gaming landscape.”


Iron Man 3 Launches Update with Three New Suits, a New Location, and Multiple Paths Through Each Level

Posted by on November 13th, 2013
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Iron Man 3 – The Official Game gets a new update that brings three new suits to the game: The Mark 15 Sneaky, Mark 24 Tank, and the exclusive tournament prize, Mark 31 Piston. The update also adds a new location that lets gamers battle out in space, and levels now have different branching directions for users to take. So make sure to download the update and check out the new paths!

via: Our Review

Dungeon Hunter 4 Update Adds Bloody New Weekly Tournaments and Graphical Enhancements for iPad Air Users

Posted by on November 12th, 2013
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Dungeon Hunter 4 has gotten a new update that makes a bloody mess of things! That’s right, this latest update unleashes weekly tournaments for players to participate in called the Blood Matches. Players are able to compete on leaderboards, win special items, and more. Also, for those who are sporting a new iPad Air, the update takes advantage of the latest iPad with new graphical enhancements. Check it out, hunters!


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Thor: The Dark World Review

Thor: The Dark World Review

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Laden with clunky controls, messy visuals, and shallow combat, Thor: The Dark World is not the marvel we expected.

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Asphalt 8: Airborne Lets Everyone Enjoy its High-Flying Arcade Racing Gameplay for Free, Forever

Posted by on November 4th, 2013
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Asphalt 8: Airborne is now available for free, forever. This means you don’t need to rush to the App Store to download this game, though I couldn’t imagine why you wouldn’t want to as it’s one of the best racers available on iOS. So jump on your favorite iOS device and and begin downloading this game! You’ll absoultely enjoy the high-flying arcade racing satisfaction that it offers!

That’s not all as Asphalt 8 has also received an update that adds new cars, new limited-time cups to race in, and 7 new reverse tracks for multiplayer. There are even new boosters available for when you go screaming high into the skies above! Woohoo!

via: Our Review

Thor: The Dark World Comes Thundering Onto the App Store, Offers Free-to-Play Gameplay with Over 90 Missions

Posted by on October 31st, 2013
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It’s time to join Thor in this new free-to-play action/adventure title from Gameloft. Thor: The Dark World is now available on the App Store, giving players access to over 90 missions and a survival mode. It’s time to summon helpful warriors and upgrade their abilities while freeing the realms from danger. Bolt on over to the App Store and give it a download!

My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic Takes Players to the Dance Floor in a New Mini-Game

Posted by on October 18th, 2013
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My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic gets the new Equestria Girls update, bringing a new dance mini-game to the app. So get ready to break out your dance moves while playing with Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Pinkie Pie, Apple Jack, or Fluttersky; each of which have 4 new outfits with different in-game bonuses. Now go get your groove on to three new songs!

It Came From Canada: GT Racing 2

GT Racing 2 is Gameloft’s first concerted take at entering the free-to-play racing simulation market, one notably established by Real Racing 3 earlier this year. Much like EA and Firemonkeys’ title, Gameloft is currently doing a limited-region test for the game. I practiced my “ehs” and “aboots” and got my hands on this game before its worldwide release, with hands-on video below in this edition of It Came From Canada!


This is a game that quite clearly lives in Real Racing 3’s shadow. This is first apparent visually: the game is going for a detailed, realistic look, and even just the color scheme seems to evoke what Firemonkeys tried to do earlier this year, though blue skies will always be blue skies. However, the game launches with courses that take place at night, including one that takes place on the roads around Mt. Rainier at night.

The game definitely feels much like a simulation: braking is very important so as to not skid out of control. There are braking assists enabled by default, but learning how to drive without them so as to take the proper racing line – which is an actual displayable line in this game – is clearly of great importance.

There’s an asynchronous multiplayer mode which puts players up against the times of other racers to compete for pride, handily quantified in RP, and in-game currency. It’s not apparent on first tests if players are racing against actual ghosts of racers, as Real Racing 3’s Time Shifted Multiplayer claimed to do, or if they’re just racing against their times, as Time Shifted Multiplayer seemed to be in practice. Still, it should be less confusing since it’s a segregated mode from the standard single-player progression, which is packed with a wide variety of race types to take part in. Real cars with some damage have made it in the game as well.


The game is free-to-play, and thankfully there’s no waiting to repair one’s car, just wait timers for upgrades. Of course there are cars and upgrades to buy with the two-tier upgrade system. How well it plays for those who don’t spend is yet to be seen.

GT Racing 2 does seem to borrow a lot from Real Racing 3 at a quick glance, but its little tweaks could make for it to be a satisfying contender for the checkered flag, if not at least finishing somewhere on the podium. No clue on when it leaves the Canadian garages, but it may be soon, if all the server work and monetization balance checks out for Gameloft.


GT Racing 2 is on its way and Gameloft wants to make sure we have all the right stats to help us get even more excited for the game. Driving head-to-head against Real Racing 3, check out some of GT Racing 2’s numbers in comparison:

GT Racing 2 has 67 cars at launch and a total of 35 manufacturers while Real Racing 3 has 67 cars after 3 updates and only 16 manufacturers. GT Racing 2 features 13 tracks compared to Real Racing 3’s 10 tracks. Also, for those who like a little more change in the weather, GT Racing 2 has day, night, twilight, and rain, while Real Racing 3 only has day and twilight.

I look forward to learning more and actually getting my hands on with GT Racing 2. We’ll wait to see how well it handles on those 13 tracks before getting any more excited.


Now that the craziness that is Asphalt 8 is out of their system, Gameloft is bringing a more realistic racer to the App Store this fall. GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience takes a less arcadey and more simulationy approach to its cars (all 67 of them, from 35 different manufacturers) and real world tracks. I’m just guessing here, but it might have something to do with their teaming up with Mercedes-Benz.

We don’t know much else about it at this point except that it’s due out this fall – and it looks pretty sweet – but we’ll do our best to stay on top of it!

source: Gameloft

Get Airborne – Asphalt 8 is Totally Free for the Weekend!

Posted by on September 13th, 2013
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Hop in the driver’s seat and get ready to get some air! Asphalt 8: Airborne is going free for this weekend only. Starting today, you can grab Gameloft’s latest arcade racer for zero dollars.

I hear it was worth the initial $0.99 cost, so being able to get it free is all sorts of awesome. If you don’t already have it installed, now is the time!

via: Our Review

Blitz Brigade Captures the Flag in its Latest Update, Adds New Map and Weapons

Posted by on September 11th, 2013
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Blitz Brigade – Online multiplayer shooting action! gets a brand new update that adds a capture the flag mode for players to compete in. Also, and thankfully, a new map by the name of “Cathedral” has made its way into the update, which is available in Domination, Team Deathmatch, and Capture the Flag modes. I’m happy there is a new map, but only one? Really?

Still, for those who are dedicated to the few maps, the update has also brought new weapons for each class. So, give the trailer a quick view below and then go capture that flag!

via: Our Review

Asphalt 8: Airborne Review

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Asphalt 8: Airborne lifts off the ground and takes players soaring across the skies, offering multiple gameplay modes that provide hours of racing fun.

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Gameloft’s high speed racing title is about to be flying high on iOS devices as Asphalt 8: Airborne releases next week, August 22nd. The game features a new graphics engine that will make all those races and crazy stunts look even more beautiful. Also, while Asphalt 8 works fine on iPad 2 or later and iPhone 4 or later, it’s still recommended that you play it on the iPhone 5 or iPad 4, reports Pocket Gamer.

Gimme now!


source: Pocket Gamer

Gangstar Vegas Goes Skydiving With The Latest Update, Adds 11 New Missions

Posted by on August 8th, 2013
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There is a new update in town that brings 11 brand-new missions to Gameloft’s Gangstar Vegas, including two new types; Skydive and Delivery. Along with that are 3 new vehicles: the Sand Soldier, Mojave Maw, and Badland Bully. And a sawed-off shotgun. The update also brings a new lower price of $4.99, which is available now for a limited time only.

Time to make a grand entrance by skydiving into Vegas!


NFL Pro 2014 Kicks Off Onto The App Store

Posted by on August 7th, 2013
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Gameloft kicks off the new season of NFL action with NFL Pro 2014: The Ultimate Football Simulation. The free-to-play game allows you to play as your favorite team (no actual player names though) while leading them through the 2014 season and, hopefully, taking them all the way to the Super Bowl. Gameloft has also touched up on the visuals to make it an even more realistic experience, or so they say.

Make sure to log on to Facebook to compete against friends for the top spot on the Facebook leaderboards. Also, share your progress on Facebook to let your friends know just how good you are on the field.

Gameloft has teamed up with Marvel once again, this time to bring Thor: The Dark World to the App Store. The new game is inspired by the upcoming movie, which will launch simultaneously this fall. The free-to-play game features over 100 missions against Marauders and Dark Elves as Thor must fight to bring order to the Nine Worlds.

Thor: The Dark World – The Official Game will allow fans of the franchise to play as one of Marvel’s most iconic Super Heroes in a game of epic scope and beauty.” said Javon Frazier, VP Games Marketing at Marvel, in a press release. “With this new game, we are further expanding the successful relationship between Marvel and Gameloft.”

Check out the hammering trailer below!

via: Gameloft

Gameloft is celebrating a new milestone today as it just reached the 10 million fan mark on its Facebook page, which was originally created back in 2009. September 2011 marked one million “Likes” and not even a full two years later they have amassed over 9 million more “Likes.” That’s pretty quick.

“We’re very proud to have reached 10 million fans on our Facebook page. This is the result of our fans’ dedication and the unique relationship we’ve formed with them,” states Benoit Pourgaton, Marketing Director at Gameloft, in a press release. “We thank our fans for all the suggestions and comments they share with us each day, allowing us to improve ourselves and deliver in return the best experience possible in all our games. We’ll continue to develop and strengthen this close bond with all our fans!”

Alright, cool stuff, now give me Asphalt 8!


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Heroes of Order & Chaos Review

Heroes of Order & Chaos Review

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Heroes of Order & Chaos has players teaming up online to destroy the enemy base while protecting their own. Join forces, level up, and equip powerful weapons to take to the fight against the bad guys!

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Heroes of Order & Chaos Brings Two New Characters To The Fight, Adds A New Battle Arena

Posted by on June 26th, 2013
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Heroes of Order & Chaos – Multiplayer Online Game adds new content and upgrades to the online battle arena, including a new 5v5 steampunk-flavored map that has players escorting a tram car, packed with explosives, to the enemy base. The update also features 2 new characters; Lorilai, the Gaia Guardian, and Jombra, The Planewalker. Current players will also notice better matchmaking, weekly tournaments, and enhancements to the user-interface.

Now go return to the fight!


Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour Has A Meltdown, Gets New Maps, Multiplayer Modes, and More

Posted by on June 19th, 2013
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Pocket Gamer reports that Gameloft has released a new Meltdown update for Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour which includes three new maps, Fracture, Extraction, and Backfire. Also included in the update are two new multiplayer modes; Bomb Squad, which has one team planting a bomb and the other trying to defuse it, totally reminding me of my Counter-Strike days, and Destruction, requiring players to sabotage a number of devices.

Players will also find new weapons and a new demolition specialist with new perks.

source: Pocket Gamer
Gangstar Vegas Review

Gangstar Vegas Review

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It is always unfortunate when bugs derail what could have been a great game.

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asphalt8When it comes to racing, especially arcade racers, I love to throw in a few big hits, driving other cars into the boards. Yes, I realize racing isn’t hockey, but sometimes I get the two sports confused. Also, taking my vehicle and shooting it sky high into the air has always been a lot of fun as well. Well, Gameloft has released some details about their latest Asphalt game, which is awesomely titled Asphalt 8: Airborne.

Pocket Gamer reports that Asphalt 8: Airborne is set to release this summer for $0.99 cents, bringing you eight new tracks full of alternate routes and shortcuts and three multiplayer modes that will truly test your skills.

Airborne will have you taking the high way through each track with special ramps to launch your vehicle off of, pulling off lovely stunts. Check out this air grabbing teaser trailer. It looks mighty fun with only one thing missing – wings! If you’ve played Rush 2049, you know what i’m talking about!

source: Pocket Gamer

Modern Combat 5: This flagship Gameloft first-person shooter (FPS) title is now at number five, with a new engine that the folks at E3 can’t talk about, but boy is it pretty. PLan to play this one out loud sometime before the end of the year.

Brothers in Arms 3: Another shooter, this one is less dual stick control, and more about flicking, swiping and tapping. I had a much better time here, killing more baddies than in MC5, but that’s just how I roll. Oh, and there’s slo-mo kill cam for those special headshot moments.

Minions Run: An endless runner starring everyone’s favorite little yellow dudes, the minions from Despicable Me. The game is planned to release next week, just in time for the movie, Despicable Me 2.

Asphalt 8: Hard to believe this racing series has been going on so long. Gameloft kicks it up another notch with a new racer that we should get to play sometime before the end of this current year. 148Apps founder, Jeff Scott, tries out the new Infected mode in the video below, but we’ve also been told there’s a sweet new Drift mode, as well. Very pretty!

Total Conquest: I’m not going to call this one a clone, but boy does it look a LOT like Clash of Clans, which to be honest was a clone itself. Regardless, it’s pretty, and set in Ancient Rome. Yay, Rome!

Gangstar Vegas Brawls Its Way Onto iOS

Posted by on June 7th, 2013
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Gangstar Vegas has arrived on iOS, releasing today at the price of $6.99. It brings more than 80 missions that feature waves of enemies, timed objectives, brawls, racing, and more, and has maps that are up to nine times bigger than the previous Gangstar game, reports Pocket Gamer.

source: Pocket Gamer

Pocket Gamer reports that the Modern Combat series continues to move forward as a new trailer for the latest installment, Modern Combat 5, has just been released. Check out the trailer below to get just a glimpse of the mess you’ll be getting yourself into this time. There looks to be lots of action on waterways and in the skies above, giving you sequences of shooting from the back of the boat or shooting at multiple targets from the side gunner seat of a helicopter.

source: Pocket Gamer

Gameloft’s Gangstar Vegas is on it’s way to iOS, coming soon for an unconfirmed premium price. The story follows a fighter by the name of Jason Malone who is a wanted man in Vegas after failing to stage a defeat in the most important fight of his life. While on the run from an angry casino owner, players will engage in 40 story missions that feature waves of enemies, timed objectives, brawls, racing, and more!

Gangstar Vegas has maps that are up to nine times bigger than Gangstar Rio and features upgradeable cars, weapons, and skills. Players will also find lots of loot, mission rewards, casino games, skill points, and daily gifts while playing the game.

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Draw Four! ‘UNO & Friends’ Challenges Your Real-Time Social Networks

Posted by on June 3rd, 2013
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Gameloft has launched UNO & Friends – The Classic Card Game Goes Social!, nd it’s now available for free. The classic card game brings a new social dimension to the gameplay, giving players the chance to engage in multiplatform play and invite and challenge friends in real-time by using social networks.

“Now, with a strong franchise such as UNO and more than three generations of fans, Gameloft is thrilled to be able to partner with the company to bring a beloved pastime into the digital social space so that fans can now connect with one another from around the world via their social and mobile networks.” said Gonzague de Vallois, Gameloft’s Senior Vice President of Publishing, in a press release.

Epic Review

Epic Review

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While this may not be a truly epic kingdom, there is unquestionably more than enough depth to more than justify a free download.

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