A Japanese karaoke app by the name of nana has made news recently by confirming that the developers have signed a new agreement with karaoke chain Joysound which lets them offer the chain's catalog of anison titles for users to record and sing over with friends. Haven't heard of nana before? Hit the jump for all of the details.
The bad news is that you may soon be finding yourself sinking way too much time training idols on your iOS device. The really bad news is that you'll be sinking plenty of money to do it. Namco Bandai is now offering three of THE iDOLM@STER SHINY FESTA games from the famously addictive series on the American iTunes store, priced at $54.99 each. More after the jump.
Marvel Comics, home of The Avengers and X-Men, has launched its Marvel Unlimited service as an iOS app. For $10 a month or $60 for a year, you can enjoy the "Spotify of Comics." More after the jump.
After Duke Nukem, 3D Realms applied their Build engine to 1997's Shadow Warrior, a first person shooter that took aim at anime, kung fu movies, yakuza flicks and the like, and let's just say that the results weren't a testament to subtlety of racial enlightenment. Now, 3D Realms has posted news on their website that the offensive marvel will be coming to iOS. More after the jump.
Popular rhythm game Groove Coaster is back in a new free-to-play variant. And, with possible region restrictions, Groove Coaster Zero features licensed tunes such as Perfume’s Polyrhythm, Kaela Kimura’s Tree Climbers, Niji Rainbow, and Back on My Feet and YMCK’s Kikikaikai. More after the jump.
Namco Bandai has posted the anime opening for this fall's iOS card RPG Digimon Crusader. Watch some new animation of Agumon and Angewomon kicking some Digi-butt on File Island after the jump.