A trio of characters from the Slayers comic fantasy franchise will be joining the cast of the Granblue Fantasy smart phone game for a special cross-promotional event in January of 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.
Just when Sakura thought she had all the Clow Cards in her deck, somehow they managed to whisk themselves away again. The work of a Cardcaptor is never finished, apparently, and so CLAMP's manga becomes a mobile game set to launch "in a few days" on Mobage. Bump the jump for the trailer and details on the Arika-developed Cardcaptor Sakura and the Mysterious Cards!
We introduced The [email protected]: Cinderella Girls for Mobage last November, but today you can have an in-game peek at some of the over 100 idols. Screens after the break!
At a DeNA press conference today to announce new Mobage titles, the first social mobile Final Fantasy game was revealed in more detail and given a title. Bump the jump to read more about Final Fantasy Brigade!
The Madoka Magica universe is set to expand with the revelation of four new characters being included in the forthcoming mobile game for the Mobage online social gaming network in Japan. Hit the jump for all the details.
Ghost in the Shell fans have yet another reason to keep hope alive for an eventual third season, as Japanese mobile social gaming portal Mobage has announced a new game based on the franchise for cellphones. Hit the jump for the first pics and details.
Grasshopper Manufacture is teaming up with DeNA on a social gaming company, according to a DeNA press release. The name may be tentative, but "Grasshopper Social Network Service, Inc." has a mission that seems pretty concrete: develop and manage games exclusively for DeNA's social gaming network, Mobage. Hit the jump for further info!
Square Enix announced earlier today that a Final Fantasy game will be coming to Japan's Mobage social games platform this winter. Read on for more info.
Tales of Kizna and [email protected] games will soon be coming to Mobage, Japan's popular social gaming platform. More details and promotional images after the jump!
The Japanese social network and gaming company DeNA announced yesterday that they licensed both Puella Magi Madoka Magica and Blue Exorcist from Aniplex. Read on for more info!
It was just the other day that we were reporting on Suda51's bloody plans for a No More Heroes title on Japan's popular cell phone gaming portal, Mobage. Now DeNa has announced that the platform is available in the US. More after the jump.