[Game News] Fantastic Food Personified RPG “The Tale of Food” Opens for Pre-registration in Singapore and Malaysia!
May 8, 2020
Pre-registration now is available on Google Play and App Store (Singapore and Malaysia).
Pre-registration Link: https://bit.ly/2zdqgCj
The Tale of Food, a popular fantastic “Food Personified” RPG adventure game which has been released in Mainland China and other regions, now opens for pre-registration in Malaysia and Singapore! In this game, traditional foods own human features and lives as souls. Players should embark on a journey to collect lost food souls and recall the memories of their past.
In the Tale of Food, as the child of Food God Yizhi, the player would embark on a journey from Kong Sang, a place in which the player was born, traveling through all time and space to reunite the food souls who lost their memories since the ancient book "The Tale of Food" which carries their contracts was torn.
-Collect 70+ unique characters from the Eight Great Traditions
Through Live 2D technology, characters come to life with charming voices that were brought by Chinese A-list voice actors.
-Explore a fantastic adventure through all time and space
Start a journey to unlock hundreds of stories adapted from Chinese folk tales. DIY more plot with creativity and imagination and share them with friends!
- Manage your dream World and Have more fun in The Tale of Food!
Assign your characters to manage your own farm and restaurant. Start the endless fun by customizing and decorating the house for Food Souls!
Players can pre-register the game on uBeeJoy’s official website or app store. SR character “Bak Kut Teh” would be unlocked when the pre-registration reaches 80,000. Besides, players can obtain specific rewards included 10 free Gacha tickets, coins, and other packages when the game is released.
[Xbox] The Xbox Series X is basically a PC
Feb 17, 2020
For a long time now, Microsoft has been going out of its way to downplay the “box” part of “Xbox.”
Whether it’s pledging to bring all of its first-party titles to PC, releasing some of them to platforms like Steam and the Nintendo Switch, launching its Game Pass service for Windows, or pushing xCloud streaming, the message has been clear: you don’t have to buy an Xbox to play Xbox games.
Source: The Verge
[Game News] Mobile Game Spending Hits Single-Day Record of $70M on Black Friday
Dec 14, 2019
User spending on mobile games in the U.S. hit an all-time single-day high of $69.7 million on Black Friday, analytics firm Sensor Tower reports.
Combined revenue across both Google Play and App Store was up 25 percent year-over-year, which itself was a record high for single-day spending at $55.8 million. The bump from 2018 to 2019 is also the largest year-over-year increase in spending on Black Friday since 2015-2016.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
[Game News] Mobile-Gaming Billionaires Are Buying Rivals Instead of Selling Out
Dec 13, 2019
Playrix Holding Ltd., a mobile-game developer that made billionaires of its Russian founders, has bought into about a dozen studios to take on the likes of Activision Blizzard Inc. and Electronic Arts Inc.
Brothers Igor and Dmitry Bukhman said in an interview that by 2025 they want Playrix’s sales to catch up with those of the U.S. gaming giants. Over the past year they’ve spent more than $100 million on acquisitions and are planning to more than quadruple their portfolio of titles from about four that are available now.
[Game News] Sword Art Online Alicization Rising Steel False Copyright Strikes Multiple Youtubers
Dec 12, 2019
Since it’s launch two weeks ago, Sword Art Online Alicization Rising Steel has been a fairly enjoyable game to play. Along with this, many YouTubers have started covering the game.
However, since the game has launched, many YouTubers have been getting copyright claimed because of the game. Recently, these claims have become full Copyright Strikes on YouTubers. A strike on Youtube holds a much greater effect than a simple claim. If a channel receives a Strike, then they are unable to stream for 3 months.
Source: Mobile Gaming News