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The Witcher: Adventure Game is coming to tables and tablets near you 'soon'

News By Alex Beech, 11 months, 2 weeks ago
The Witcher: Adventure Game is coming to tables and tablets near you 'soon'

At this point, it's no real surprise when a popular movie or book franchise is turned into a videogame. What is shocking, however, is when the games created are as good as CD Projekt's The Witcher, an RPG that managed to capture players' imaginations, and remain true to the source material. Now, CD Projekt is hoping to deliver this same level of authenticity and creativity in The Witcher: Adventure Game, a physical board game that is also coming to iPad. A quick look at the announcement trailer (below) reveals that the developer isn't holding back in terms of content. By the look of things, the game is set to include popular franchise elements like hunting and combat, all wrapped up in the…


New Kemco RPG Chrome Wolf offers quests, tragedy, and tanks

News By Alex Beech, 11 months, 2 weeks ago
New Kemco RPG Chrome Wolf offers quests, tragedy, and tanks

Japanese developer Kemco has released its latest JRPG adventure Chrome Wolf on the App Store today. Given Kemco's impressive back catalogue of retro role-playing games, we're stunned it still has any original names left in its fantasy game title sorting hat. Luckily, the latest rummage did manage to conjure up something new, even if the game's visuals and story are somewhat familiar.   As you can see from the trailer above, Chrome Wolf's 16-bit style closely resembles recent Kemco releases Chronus Arc and Destiny Fantasia. Here, however, each soldier's ability and weapon sets are defined by eight available classes, allowing for a range of approaches and tactics in battle. A tan…


SteelSeries Stratus iOS controller promises full gaming control in a tiny package

News By Alex Beech, 11 months, 2 weeks ago
SteelSeries Stratus iOS controller promises full gaming control in a tiny package

Apple's first officially licensed wireless controller to work with the iPad, the SteelSeries Stratus, became available to preorder in the US today, priced at $99.99. At just 11cm long, the controller is narrower than any iPhone, but still manages to squeeze in all of the features of a larger pad. This means you will have access to two analogue sticks, a d-pad, four face buttons, and four shoulder buttons, allowing for a variety of control options. Connecting to your device via Bluetooth rather than the Lightning port, the SteelSeries Stratus is compatible with the iPhone 5 (and newer models), 5th gen iPod touch, iPad 4 or later, plus any iPad mini. Importantly, SteelSeries reports that…