Telltale has had a pretty rock solid reputation for releasing great games based on popular franchises, such as The Walking Dead and even Minecraft, but iOS users have been pretty disappointed in the recently released Batman title from the developer. The iOS version of Batman - The Telltale Series has finally been released to the App Store after being delayed a few weeks. The game has already been available on consoles like the PS4 and PC for almost two months. In that time it has earned a mostly positive rating on Steam, and average scores on Metacritic. However, it has been a different story on the App Store and on Apple gaming forums.
Update: Super Mario Run will be available on the Apple App Store on December 15, 2016. The app will be free with an option to unlock the full game for $9.99.
For those running the iOS 10 beta we have good news. Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble now supports the new OS, and it has been updated with a new "Befriend-a-Boss" event. That's right, you can now friend three of the eight bosses: Slimamander, SV Snaggerjag and Sproink.
The bad news is you need a lot of Y-money after you friend them to turn them into Rank S Yo-kai. The bosses you friend are originally Rank B, but you can transform them into Rank S by fusing them with special items found in the Crank-a-kai during the event period. This is expensive because it costs 3,000 Y for each crank of the machine.
Telltale Games is known for its interactive video games based on popular TV shows, such as The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. Night School Studio is the creator of the award-winning video game, Oxenfree. The two have teamed up to release a new mobile title based on USA Network’s hit drama, Mr. Robot.
The television show follows Elliot Alderson, a cybersecurity engineer, who is recruited into a group of hacktivists by an anarchist known as "Mr. Robot." The game, titled Mr. Robot:1.51exfiltrati0n.ipa, takes place during the first season when you find a phone that belongs to a hacker who is about to commit a massive cybercrime. You eventually get caught up in the world of fsociety, Alderson's hacker group, and must use an E-Corp messaging app to communicate with different characters from the television show.