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Razer Kishi v2 Review: An easy recommendation for cloud gaming and emulation on your phone

Gaming on smartphones is hard, and there's not a whole lot that you can really do about it either. Most smartphones have evolved to become computing powerhouses, but finicky touch controls make it so that your phone may not necessarily be the most comfortable to play games on. There are controllers you can get for...

Riot Games joining Xbox Game Pass on mobile and PC

In an announcement few could ever have predicted, Riot Games is adding its catalog to Xbox Game Pass. The partnership was announced at Microsoft's big Xbox/Bethesda showcase at not-E3, and for the first time for Game Pass extends specifically to mobile games. Riot Games titles are free to play and some of the most popular titles...

‘Gamevice for Android’ is a cheaper and improved version of the Razer Kishi

Today, Gamevice has announced a new milestone, selling one million units of its gaming controller accessory. Along with the announcement, the company also released two new controllers, the "Gamevice for Android" and the "Gamevice for iPad." The former might look familiar to those in the know, as it is nearly identical to the Razer Kishi,...

Diablo Immortal launch pulled in two EU countries over lootboxes

Diablo Immortal is a long-awaited free-to-play entry in the series designed for mobile devices. It's launching on Android and iOS, though a release is also slated for Windows PCs, too. However, gamers in Belgium and the Netherlands won't be able to play the game, as developer Activision Blizzard has confirmed that the game will not...

The cloud is now the best way to play Fortnite on Android (and iPhone)

Thanks to both Nvidia and Microsoft, fans of mobile Fortnite now have alternatives to a native client. Fortnite was famously removed from both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store in a spat over who got what cut off all those V Bucks sales. On Android, because it's not the closed-garden you get from...

Apex Legends Mobile set to arrive on Android and iOS later this month

It was less than a month ago when it was announced that the wildly popular Apex Legends would be coming to mobile. While many were salivating at the idea of being able to play their favorite game on iOS and Android devices, the biggest question at the time was when this would actually happen. Luckily for us,...

Skyline is an in-development Nintendo Switch emulator that actually works

You can do a lot with an Android smartphone, and the number of emulators that you can get for modern and retro systems alike is incredible. From age-old systems like the NES right up to the Nintendo 3DS, you can play them all from the comfort of your phone. Emulating more recent systems, such as...

Genshin Impact 2.5 update brings over Raiden Shogun as a weekly boss, and other playable additions

Genshin Impact has had an impactful year, as the game continues to make progress with its storylines and characters, while continuously wracking up player numbers. In fact, it remains one of the more interesting games on both Android and iOS that can stress-test devices. There's also a rough cadence of one update every 5-6 weeks...

Vulkan Graphics API v1.3 announced by Khronos Group

In February 2016 Khronos Group announced the first-ever version of the Vulkan Graphics API. Vulkan was essentially designed to be a  successor of sorts to OpenGL, but with the added ability to utilize multiple-core processors efficiently. There have been a few other improvements over the years and most major operating systems we use daily, like...

Genshin Impact 2.3 update brings two new Geo characters, new Geo boss, and so many….dogs?

Genshin Impact is undoubtedly one of the more recommended games on Android, and also one of the only good games around that can bring the iPhone 13 Pro to a lagging halt with its 120fps game mode. Following up on the 2.2 update, Genshin Impact is soon coming out with its 2.3 update that brings substantial...

These are the Best Android Games in 2022

Smartphones are the new gaming console. Where once they might have been looked down upon by gamers as the domain of casual games, like Candy Crush or Angry Birds, smartphones have become the number one gaming destination for just about any kind of gamer. Do you want to play a shooter? Google Play has those....

These are the Best Game Controllers for Android in 2021

Android has, over many years, become a platform where you can now play games that are not just Candy Crush re-skins. This means FPS and fast-paced titles such as Call of Duty: Mobile, PUBG Mobile, and Fortnite are all playable on your smartphone, and emulation also allows users to play older games from older consoles...