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Mattel teams up with Dash Robotics

Mattel teams up with Dash Robotics

Gaming
Mattel has teamed up with California-based Dash Robotics on Kamigami, an insect-themed, build-it-yourself robotics platform that teaches kids how to programme while they play. Launched at Target for US$49.99, the platform includes six different buildable Kamigami robot insects that include a lady bug, praying mantis and scorpion. The bots come as a durable plastic sheet of parts that kids can pop out, fold and snap together. Kids are then able to drive, race or battle their Kamigami through a free companion app, which includes a visual programming interface for blinking lights, playing sounds and maneuvering around obstacles inside or on tougher outside terrain. Each bot features a three-axis accelerometer, three-axis gyroscope, IR transmitter, two IR sensors and three colour LEDS. C
Nazara Games curates its most popular mobile game Chhota Bheem Speed Racing

Nazara Games curates its most popular mobile game Chhota Bheem Speed Racing

Gaming
Nazara Games, the largest mobile game publisher has curated an engaging and immersive ‘VOOT Kids’ experience into Nazara’s most popular mobile game, ‘Chhota Bheem Speed Racing. Partnering with Viacom18’s leading Video - On - Demand streaming service, VOOT, the unique integration will see VOOT Kids being seamlessly integrated in the Chhota Bheem game provide an immersive and an enthralling gaming experience for kids across the country. The integration will see the VOOT experience being brought alive into the game via VOOT Kids branded car & routes (via billboards),  a VOOT Kids jingle, VOOT coins  as well as customized VOOT levels, allowing kids to interact and engage with them in the most creative manner for exciting game play. VOOT Kids, which resides as a dedicated kids section
LINE on course to release new mobile game Bleach: Paradise Lost

LINE on course to release new mobile game Bleach: Paradise Lost

Gaming
A few months ago, LINE gave fans of Tite Kubo’s Bleach something to get excited about. Now, they have revealed about planning to release a new mobile game based on the hit shonen franchise with the twist being that it is a free to play strategy game that uses a phone’s GPS. Titled Bleach: Paradise Lost, the game will give players a chance to hunt down local Hollows using only their iOS and Android devices. The best part? It’s a free to play game with in-game purchases so there’s no financial commitment involved if you don’t want to shell out. The game that and will be borrowing elements from the manga and anime adaptation, including a recreation of some of the most famous scenes from the series will be out in Japan later this year. LINE decided to tease fans a little further by rel
Fans waiting for Bandai Namco’s video game adaptation

Fans waiting for Bandai Namco’s video game adaptation

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  There’s still time for the release of Bandai Namco’s video game adaptation of the popular magical girls/witch-themed anime Little Witch Academia but it doesn’t mean we won’t appreciate a new official trailer. Due to be out for the PS4 under the title of Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time on November 30, the game is a 2.5D cel-shaded Beat ‘Em Up  that will give players a chance to play as fledgling witch Akko and the other main character through an original story made for the game. The trailer shows off the Luna Nova Magical Academy as well as some game play footages and bosses. It also features the one-day loop system, and the game’s version of Akko’s frienemy, Diana Cavendish. Though Diana has not been confirmed to be playable yet, it is hoped that she is because having
PAX West showcases remake of Square Enix

PAX West showcases remake of Square Enix

Gaming
PAX West has become the vehicle to showcase an unexpected, yet a welcome JRPG remake of Square Enix. In the event, a new promo video showing footage from the upcoming Secret of Mana remake has been uncovered. The footage contains the opening as well as some combat, exploration and story elements: While not exactly the best of the franchise, Secret of Mana is still loved because it introduced many to be fans of the Mana franchise. Additionally, it can’t be denied that the bright, colorful anime-inspired visuals and the relatively simple story made the game easily digestible for non-adults which was what comprised a huge chunk of target market back in the 16-bit era. The remake is a bit of a conundrum, though, as the visual upgrades can be subject to preference. Many old fans love the
Capcom’s crossover game Puzzle Fighter makes a comeback

Capcom’s crossover game Puzzle Fighter makes a comeback

Gaming
While everyone is raving about Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, another Capcom’s iconic inter-franchise crossover game Puzzle Fighter has made a comeback. This time around, the game has returned via the mobile platform that features new fighters that include Mega Man X, Frank West, Chuck Greene and others from a long line of video game and cartoon franchises that have appeared in Capcom’s crossover games. For the unknown, Puzzle Fighter is a 1 vs 1 jewel matching game that lets one perform attacks and combos from one’s chosen characters every time he/she matches specific gems with their same coloured brethren. The more matches one gets, the more damaging the combo will be and by damage it means that the game puts unmatchable blocks ihis/her enemy’s screen hindering their ability to matc
Mobile-first entertainment company Seriously teams up with Reel FX for a mobile game

Mobile-first entertainment company Seriously teams up with Reel FX for a mobile game

Gaming
Mobile-first entertainment company, Seriously has teamed up with Golden Globe-nominated animation studio Reel FX once again for a second original short in the Best Fiends game-inspired franchise: Visit Minutia. The comedic CG short takes viewers through the island of Minutia the land of sun and fun and follows the vacation follies of JoJo, Howie, Temper, Gordon and friends. Every attempt at relaxation and adventure is quickly thwarted by the hordes of slugs at every turn, packing the beaches, invading the buffet and generally spoiling any moment of leisure. The vacation adventure comes on the heels of debut short Boot Camp, which racked up over 6.4 million views in the months following its launch. Best Fiends: Visit Minutia helmed by Reel FX Director Augusto Schillaci features an all
Nazara Games partners with Creative Mobile Games to develop game named Hrithik Roshan Bike Racng

Nazara Games partners with Creative Mobile Games to develop game named Hrithik Roshan Bike Racng

Gaming
India's premium and largest mobile game publisher Nazara Games has partnered with Creative Mobile Games, an independent game developer and publisher based in Northern Europe to develop a unique mobile game named Hrithik Bike Racing; featuring Bollywood superhero Hrithik Roshan. In this game, Hrithik Roshan will bring the thrill of realistic motorcycle physics to your mobile device in a more realistic racing gameplay than ever before. Hrithik will work exclusively with Nazara Games as part of a multi-year partnership to develop unique mobile gaming experiences for millions of fans globally, extending his engagement in a new interactive format. Exceed Entertainment & Digi Osmosis, Hrithik’s social and digital agency have been the facilitators for the partnership and will continue t
Bandai Namco previews 3D action brawler Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker at the recent Animation-Comic-Game Hong Kong 2017

Bandai Namco previews 3D action brawler Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker at the recent Animation-Comic-Game Hong Kong 2017

Gaming
During the recent Animation-Comic-Game Hong Kong 2017 event held in Hong Kong, Bandai Namco previewed the upcoming 3D action brawler Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker with a meaty demo that features over 16 minutes of actual game play footage. The video showcases some of the more notable features of the game the 3-character fights with mobs, the expansive stages, the wall-running and the appearance of giant characters such as the gigantic frog Gamabunta and the even bigger one-tailed beast, Shuukaku. A huge chunk of the video features the player characters fighting Shukaku, which looks very, very impressive that one all excited at the prospect of finally opening a can of whoopass on Gaara’s ornery tailed beast, one is going to have to contend with the long wait, as Naruto to Boruto: