Nintendo wants it mobile game developers to cut down on microtransactions so its reputation isn't affected, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Earlier today Kotaku published a lengthy post breaking down everything from Diablo 4 to Pokemon Go for World of Warcraft -- from interviews from 16 Blizzard employees wishing to remain anonymous.
At the tail end of BlizzCon 2018's Opening Ceremony, Blizzard Entertainment announced Diablo Immortal, the latest installment in the Diablo franchise -- and it's a mobile game.
You know, with all the chatter about Blizzard's possible move into mobile gaming, everyone's been talking about the possibility of seeing the company's original RTS titles make a reappearance.
In an interview last week, Blizzard's execs talked about the company's possible future in mobile games — and though they say any plans are a long way off, why not start speculating now?
Neko Atsume may be the best game I've ever downloaded for my phone -- and honestly, I don't even know if I can call it a game.