Earlier this year, Niantic shut down Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, and closed the curtains on Catan: World Explorers. Now, Niantic cancels more projects, including the recently announced Transformers: Heavy Metal.
After Pokémon GO took the world by storm in 2016, we saw so many developers and franchises jump on the augmented reality train.
From The Walking Dead to even Harry Potter—there was game after game. This led to Bandai Namco joining the fray with augmented reality Pac-Man!
After shutting down Wizards Unite, Niantic is back with a new pet augmented reality game!
Eli Roth’s horror-comedy Cabin Fever was a cult classic, and led to sequels and even a remake! So how does the original hold up now?
After the years of endless anime fighting games, never did I think Dragon Ball would go for asymmetrical horror.
Taking clear inspiration from games such as Dead by Daylight and Friday the 13th, Dragon Ball: The Breakers will have you struggling to survive against the franchise’s iconic villains.