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iOS App of the Week: Golden Axe Classics

Golden Axe iOS

The SEGA Forever project to deliver titles to iOS from all of its popular consoles including the Genesis, Dreamcast and Master System had a slow start. The line started in the middle of 2017 with only Genesis titles, most of which had already seen an iOS port. SEGA did eventually start to roll out new games and some updates, but it still seems like they're moving too slow. Fans are still waiting for those promised Dreamcast and Saturn games as SEGA painstakingly plods through its Genesis back catalogue. The latest update at least breaks the Genesis monotony by adding one title from the SEGA Channel days.

AT&T launches '5G E' branding on 4G LTE devices

AT&T 5G Evolution label

AT&T has begun rolling out a new label in the status bar of LTE devices on its cellular network. The moves to add "5G E" branding to its LTE Advanced (LTE-A) network upgrades have not gone unnoticed. The carrier already launched its 5G Evolution in 400 markets across the country, and more devices are slated to receive the 5G E logo in the coming months.

iOS App(s) of the Week: Dunkypung, Ragnarok M and App Store Pre-oders

Ragnarok M: Eternal Love

This week we're looking at some of the best new games released to the Apple App Store, but first here are a few pre-orders you might want to check out. Alien: Blackout ($4.99) didn't have the best reception on YouTube, but fans of horror survival games like Five Nights at Freddy's will want to check it out. It includes "seven fear-inducing levels" set in the Alien universe.

Apple AirPlay coming to Samsung and Vizio Smart TVs

AirPlay supported on Smart TV

One of the more interesting revelations at CES 2019 is good news for Apple fans shopping for a new TV. Both Samsung and Vizio have announced plans to support AirPlay 2 on future Smart TV models. Apple has added details to its official AirPlay page, showing direct integration of AirPlay to upcoming TV sets.

iOS App of the Week: Delivery from the Pain

Delivery from the Pain

Those who followed our coverage of Last Day on Earth will already know that I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic crafting games. Delivery from the Pain might as well be a Last Day clone and that's why it is getting my recommendation. The biggest difference between the two game is price. Last Day is free, while Delivery is $4.99. Delivery also includes a story, defined goals, and it does not have timers which makes it worth the download fee.

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