This week more details were revealed about the Apple Watch, but AppSpy wasn't fussed. It looks neat and all, but there were far too many brilliant games to shout about for platforms of the here and now to start thinking about wrist-related gaming. Here's AppSpy's Sunday Service to fill you in.
The Big Stories
1. We got an early look at The Trace from Relentless Software, and my oh my it's shaping up well.
2. Dungeon Hunter 5 is out right flipping now for iOS and Android.
3. Five Nights at Freddy's 3 is as creepy and disturbing as you might expect.
4. You have to see our hands-on with Aralon Forge, it's pretty epic.
5. Flame Over is available on Vita right now, here's the hot new trailer.
Sid Meier's Starships is hands-down the best game out this week. It's a huge and rewarding strategy game that I completely fell in love with over the last few days. If you're after huge space battles, building a galactic empire, and feeling like a total badass, it's the game for you.
How we spent our weekend
James: Firing about the galaxy righting wrongs, and shouting at children like Picard, in Sid Meier's Starships.
Peter: Cleaning my house, sorting out an issue at the bank, celebrating Mother's Day, and other things that for some reason make me a grown up.
Danny: Spending a lot of time on aeroplanes.
Glen: Forget those Star Coins, I'm going to sightsee in London and play lots of Dungeon Hunter 5 and Five Nights at Freddy's.
Harry: I'm going to London to visit my little sister. Giant pizza will likely be involved at some point, and I'll likely make a tutting noise about how things in the south are different.
Mark: I'm not going to London like apparently every other person at Steel Media. I am going to sit in my house and play Fire Emblem and there's nothing you can do to stop me.
We Are Steel
This week, Pocket Gamer has more tales from GDC, a review of Sid Meier's new strategy epic, the latest on Five Nights at Freddy's 3, and an elegy for PlayStation Mobile. RIP, buddy.