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The Collectables is Crytek's shooty first F2P mobile game

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The Collectables is Crytek's shooty first F2P mobile game

Crysis creator Crytek has dabbled in mobile development before with last year's Fibble - Flick 'n' Roll, and now it's having a stab at free-to-play games. The developer today announced The Collectables, which, unlike that little puzzler, is firmly within Crytek's comfort zone of murdering soldiers using big guns.

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"Looks like a very neat game that will probably be a nightmare to play on a touchscreen device. ..."
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Final Fantasy goes free-to-play with Airborne Brigade

Final Fantasy goes free-to-play with Airborne Brigade

Final Fantasy is finally going free-to-play. Final Fantasy: Airborne Brigade is Square Enix's first English-language F2P social game based on the iconic JRPG franchise.

Unsurprisingly, the game was quite the success when it released in Japan, with more than three million registered users across the Pacific. That tally will only go up when the game hits Android and iOS later this year.

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Android's Mobage gaming platform now in English-speaking territories

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Android's Mobage gaming platform now in English-speaking territories

In what its parent company DeNA describes as the first stage of a global rollout, developer ngmoco has announced that its social mobile gaming platform for Android, called Mobage, has been released today for a host of English-speaking countries around the world, as well as China.

Mobage's user population in Japan already exceeds 30 million.

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No More Heroes and Harvest Moon mobile titles planned for Japan

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No More Heroes and Harvest Moon mobile titles planned for Japan

Mobile internet company DeNa just signed some heavy-hitting developers to create new games for its social network, Mobage, in what it's calling the "Super Creators project." According to Japanese news site 4Gamer, the roster of five developers is fairly impressive, and in a couple of cases, the developers will be bringing established franchises to the mobile platform. Suda 51, for example, has indicated he'll be working on a new No More Heroes title.

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