Crunchyroll Games has announced that the role-playing title Last Cloudia by AIDIS, Inc., joins their mobile gaming platform and is now available in Canada and the United States on iOS and Android devices.
This new title includes a collaboration with Square Enix and their Collection of Mana series that includes Final Fantasy Adventure, Secret of Mana, and Trials of Mana; which goes live on Tuesday, November 26th, 2019. During this event, characters from Secret of Mana, Randi, Popoi, and Primm, are playable and come with their own special skill-sets and weapons from the Collection of Mana universe. The event ends on Friday, December 13th, 2019.
Last Cloudia is free to download and play, and contains in-app purchases.
Microsoft is working to expand the platforms its Xbox Live service supports, from its Xbox consoles to games on Android and iOS devices, as well as the Nintendo Switch.
Based on the information available, Microsoft wants to take its online service to rival devices, allowing gamers to login and play compatible titles on competing systems as well as manage their profile and account information.
Xbox Live is currently available on the Xbox One console and Windows 10 PCs.
Microsoft is expected to make a formal announcement at the Game Developers Conference in mid-March 2019.
Faced with competition from mobile phones and tablets, Nintendo is now expanding out to these devices. Miitomo is the gaming company’s first step into the mobile market.
As a social app, Miitomo uses the Mii characters to interact with other users. Miis are a digital representations of people in a simplified design introduced back in 2006. Nintendo states that there are more than 200 million Mii characters on its gaming systems around the world. New users can create their own Mii or transfer over one they’ve created from their Wii U or Nintendo 3DS consoles through a QR code.
Activities between friends in Miitomo is a unique one: responses to questions becomes an interactive play where users can learn something new about their buddy. The replies don’t have to be text — use a picture or a heart to convey a feeling.
While Miitomo is free to install, users can collect Miitomo coins to buy items through the in-app shop. Redeem coins to upgrade outfits to impress upon their friends, or even don strange attire like a bear, or even a hot dog.
Once a Mii is all dolled up, users can take pictures of their creations and share them on Facebook, Twitter and Instragram through the Miifoto function.
Miitomo is also integrated with the new loyalty program My Nintendo. My Nintendo aims to honour users who take advantage of the company’s products and services. My Nintendo replaces Club Nintendo which closed down in June 2015.
Miitomo launches in March 2016 on Android and Apple iOS devices. To pre-register, visit the Miitomo web site.
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