The latest update for Real Racing 3, revealed just a few days back, has already dropped adding a new track in the Dubai Autodrome.
More importantly, four new cars are now available for purchase in the Dodge Charger R/T, Dodge Charger SRT8, Lexus IS F, and Lexus LFA. The IS F and LFA are the first two Lexus cars in the game, bringing the total number of car manufacturers to 14. This also takes the total number of cars available to a whopping 53!
The update also brings 50 new events to the table. While most people came into the game with trepidation in the transition to free-to-play, only one of the four new cars costs Gold to purchase at a fair 130 Gold for the Lexus LFA. You can get that in a couple of days if you’ve got the gumption and a stable of cars to avoid waiting on the repair timers.
Marvel: Avengers Alliance is a surprisingly deep game, considering how deeply entrenched its roots are in social gaming. While there’s still no true endgame, making for yet another road to nowhere, it’s one I rather enjoy being the comic book nerd that I secretly am.
Here’s a few tips for making the most out of the game.
Every once in a while, it’s good to see Square Enix isn’t alone in bringing the Japanese premium to mobile gamers everywhere.
Namco Bandai has ported, not one, not two, but three insanely priced apps to the Apple App Store from their insanely popular “The IDOLM@STER” rhythm series.
These titles, previously only available in Japan for the Sony PSP, have been translated to English for all you lonely fans of 2D girls out there. Yes, I’m stereotyping you and that pillow you want to marry.
Unless Namco Bandai is feeling particularly charitable, there’s no way in hell you’re getting a review from us. However, if you’ve $165 spare and a hankering for some rhythm gaming, play Cytus, Theatrhythm, Rock Band, and the hundreds of other alternatives instead.
In this episode of the Delta Attack Podcast, the secret origins of Delta Attack are finally revealed. The result? Not that surprising and, frankly, just a copycat origin story of Netjak. However, we live to tell the tale!
It’s almost as lame as any comic book written by Tony Bedard. Seriously, how does that hack keep finding work but Chuck Austen was a pariah? You comic book nerds know what I’m talking about, or are you still upset that Juggernaut and She-Hulk shared a moment?
Today, we cover a variety of games on iOS, though Guacamelee keeps it from being entirely iOS-centric. Slayin’, Final Fantasy V, and troublesome in-app purchases all come to mind. It’s a hot mess, but you want some of this hotness.
Also, while I can’t prove my opening claim that we’re the only podcast to talk about Pink Jelly Tits, I’d bet dollars to donuts that we are. Pink jelly-filled donuts that you can stick your fingers in and then lick clean. It smells so fresh and tastes like strawberries.
Now that the Internet has finally stopped their whining about Real Racing 3′s transition from a paid app to free-to-play, we can finally look at Real Racing 3 for what it is: a great game with a few free-to-play annoyances that was played by more people in one week than its predecessors ever were.
Electronic Arts and Firemonkeys have started teasing the upcoming update with the following video for your consumption:
The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and Chevrolet Cobalt SS are both coming, along with a new game mode and another 100 events. There’s no word, yet, if these cars will be available for your standard R$ or if they’ll require Gold, but the safe money bet is on standard racing cash.
Chevrolet vehicles were available in Real Racing 2. Growing up in a small town, I actually remember friends racing Camaros, so it’s nice to see them make the cut.