Are you a gamer on the go who needs a quick Dungeons & Dragons fix? Good news! Wizards of the Coast and DeNA have just announced Dungeons & Dragons: Arena of War, a battle role-playing game involving familiar elements like character leveling, questing and team collaboration. The game is rumored to be based on the "D&D Next" system (currently in open beta), rather than the fourth edition of the game. Arena of War will be available in both the Google Play store and the iTunes app store. A release date hasn't been announced yet, but if you want to be notified when it's available then drop by the official site and register. Do it now and you'll get access to an exclusive in-game power: "Cause Fear".
No single part of American history is more intertwined with legend and lore than the post-Civil War west. As more settlers ventured towards the Pacific coast, so too did tales rise of roadside bandits, shantytowns full of outlaws, and bold robberies of mythical riches – making it an amazing period to explore in a game. Call of Juarez: Gunslinger jumps into it guns blazing, weaving an interesting story that rarely takes its exaggerated history or borderline comedic violence seriously. In fact, one of the best things about it is how it readily embraces its main character’s falsehoods and turns them into a part of the gameplay. That, combined with its surprisingly pretty cel-shaded art style, allows Gunslinger to successfully stand out in a crowded genre primarily full of military shooters.