Mobile gaming is exploding with more people getting into it regularly. It's important to find a controller that not only works for the smartphone you're using but also to find a controller that makes you feel a bit quicker than everyone else. We've found the best game controllers to pair with your Android phone today!
You can check out some upcoming mobile games and help the developers improve their products ahead of their official release. Try out the latest features or the newest games by joining beta programs and pre-registering for Early Access.
Now that Xbox Game Pass has arrived for just about every platform, it's made it possible for me to ditch my consoles, and not have to scramble to my PC every time a new game is released. Cloud gaming is exciting, and if you have a fast-enough internet connection, it's the best way to game.
From French developer Magic Design Studios comes Unruly Heroes, a new platformer based on Journey to the West. Take on the roles of four legendary, and unlikely, heroes on a mission to conquer evil in this action-packed romp!
Cytus II, now available for free on Google Play Pass, is a frantic, phenomenal rhythm mobile game that will entertain you for hours on end. With excellent touchscreen controls, hundreds of tracks to play, and a futuristic mystery hiding under the surface, Cytus II is bound to be your new obsession.
Ticket to Earth is a future-punk, genre-bending strategy-RPG-puzzle game that may have slipped under your radar back in 2017. Originally released over four episodes, the complete game is free on Play Pass and should be added to your library ASAP.
Other than the NES and SNES, the Game Boy series of consoles are some of the most popular to emulate on Android. The problem is that there are quite a few different options to choose from, but we've rounded up our favorites.
Square Enix has been consistent when it comes to porting their massive library to Android. Now Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, one of the more polarizing in the series, has joined the others in the circle of ports. But is it worth the price to add this installment to your collection?