Activision has announced a partnership with Flurry Inc., a leading mobile application, advertising and measurement platform, which will “establish a new mobile publishing initiative that will identify and assist third-party developers in the development, publishing, distribution and promotion of independent titles on iOS and Android platforms.” The incentive will “marry Flurry’s best-in-class mobile analytics and advertising platform,” with Activision’s mobile online platform, to provide developers with access to a large-scale customer base as well as development and monetization support. The games will be published under the Activision Mobile Publishing brand, however, the game developers will retain full IP control of their existing intellectual property.
Team Ninja’s big Dead or Alive teaser, which we thought could be teasing a Dead or Alive 6 announcement, turned out to be quite the opposite.
It’s no secret that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has plenty of performance issues on Xbox One, with constant frame-rate drops that occur in lots of critical situations.
There’s a totally fake, but very convincing, port of Cuphead available for sale on iTunes.