We weren’t running around E3 this year just for the fun of it. We were hard at work, bringing you previews of every game we could get our hands on. And if you like your previews in video form, look no further. Below you’ll find hands-on videos of the first few iPhone games we got a hold of, including Fifa and Madden 12 for iPad, a platformer called Blobster, a racer called DrawRace 2, a dream-like game called Contre Jour, and even an Xperia Play game. We still have more videos to upload, so check back soon for part two of our video roundup.
Last week, Apple pulled games and apps displaying the Confederate flag from the App Store. Two of those games, both Civil War titles, have since returned.
Ultimate General: Gettysberg is back and unchanged. “After several late night phone calls with Apple yesterday and today the game has returned to App Store the way it was… in 1863,” says developer Game-Labs.
Civil War: 1862 and 1863 have also returned, with new icons and screenshots that don’t show the flag. “The correct flags will appear in game,” developer HexWar says. “Just no rebel flags in the icon, splash, or prominent in screenshots”.
Via Pocket Gamer
If you had your heart set on tearing through the wasteland with the Pip-Boy replica being packed with special editions of Fallout 4, you may have to rethink your beautiful life choices. It turns out some super-sized phones won’t fit into the handsome chunk of plastic.
“As we wanted to stay faithful to the dimensions of the in-game model, any smartphones larger than the models listed will not fit inside the wearable device. For these larger devices, our Pip-Boy companion app will still be available.”
PC Magazine’s video review of Fallout Shelter demonstrates how this Vault-building title is sure to please fans of the Fallout franchise, even as they wait impatiently for Fallout 4 to go gold.
Via PC Magazine