The ‘Clash of Clans’ game should be renamed ‘Crash of Servers’ considering how often it goes down.
Also forum, yay or nay?
So you’re done with all the missions and submissions of Chapter 1 and you’re waiting for the next chapter in Guardian Cross, what do you do in the mean time? Well you can re-fight all the battles you’ve completed, this will still give you Guardian Points (GP) and award you with random drops of Hunting and Colosseum tickets. To gain the maximum amount of GP look at your map at the first bridge from the left. To the right of it is the Town of Mechadane. Enter it and in the top right corner is the merchant Clark. Every time you defeat him you gain 60GP, which is the maximum at the moment.
Guardian Cross is a great new game for iPhone & iPad by Square Enix, well worth checking out for Final Fantasy and card game fans alike.
Quests, player vs player, monster hunting for rare cards, it’s got it all.
Hiroyuki Ito, the creator of the Final Fantasy ATB system, is the lead concept planner for Guardian Cross. Composer Naoshi Mizuta and character designer Akira Oguro round out the all-star development team.
For a limited time, players can receive rare limited edition cards including moogles, mandragoras, Ifrit and other classic monsters from Final Fantasy XI and Final Fantasy XIV by inviting friends to play Guardian Cross.
If you do decide to check it out (it’s free so hell yeah) enter invitation ID SI57028 when you first start the game and we’ll both get a rare card!
Well waddayaknow, someone managed to make something interesting with Android. A sub $100 open platform console to hook up to your hdtv that includes a yummy controller.
I loves me my iPad, but I’ve never gotten the hang of racers and first person shooters by waving the screen about or tapping frantically all over the iPad. Maybe it’s the old age, but I prefer a real controller for those kinds of games.
And by the looks of how their Kickstarter project is going it seems we will soon be able to get one of these.
Also if it’s really open it’ll be nice to see emulators coming to this. Mmmm, big screen SNES & TG-16.
After Nintendo recently announced they’re now embracing DLC (downloadable content) maybe this is what the market needs for a good wake up call. Either that or it’s the final nail in the coffin of old school high quality games and EA shall rule us all.
Let’s wait and see.