Bandai Namco Entertainment just announced a new One Piece mobile game. One Piece: Bounty Rush will be coming to the West on iOS and Android this year. As expected it is a free to play game and it will feature 4v4 team based multiplayer action. The aim is to collect more berries than the opposition through multiple routes and using various gimmicks. Unlike Final Fantasy that feels like it has a new mobile game every few weeks, Bandai Namco Entertainment has been slower with One Piece mobile games. Watch the announcement trailer for Bounty Rush below:
This is a team based multiplayer battle game and of course there’s a class or character type system here. The Fighter type can overwhelm foes briskly while the Warrior is a tank like character. The aptly named Supported provides support through skills and the remaining two types are Shooter who is a ranged type and Swordsman that is a close range character type.
Bandai Namco Entertainment has begun pre-registrations for One Piece: Bounty Rush as of today through Facebook and Google Play. Depending on the number of likes on the Facebook page and pre-registrations on Google Play, rewards will be decided ranging from Rainbow Diamonds to Ingredient Packs and even 4-Star Shanks for use in game. Pre-register on Google Play here and Facebook here.
The official English website for it is also live. Until Bounty Rush releases, read our review of the latest One Piece game here.
The initial trailer for Steven Spielberg's adaptation of Ready Player One focused on the virtual world of OASIS, and for understandable reasons: it's a visual showcase for a crucial part of the story. However, Warner Bros. wants to remind you that re… Engadget RSS Feed
T-Mobile fired up a buy one, get one (BOGO) deal on the Galaxy S8 shortly after it launched. While there were caveats, it was a good value. Now, that deal is back, and the upcoming Moto Z2 Force getting the same BOGO offer. You probably want the GS8, though.
Not all customers will be able to get this BOGO deal, so check the terms. The gist is that you must be adding at least one line of service, and you have to purchase the phones with a payment plan.
The long-awaited first trailer to “Ready Player One” was released today at San Diego’s Comic-Con. Based on the 2011 Ernest Cline novel of the same name, the movie follows Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) as he tries to navigate a dystopian future in which life has become so dismal that many choose to escape through an online world called the OASIS (Ontologically Anthropocentric Sensory Immersive Simulation). Think of it as Facebook crossed with World of Warcraft, but with a lot more VR.
Wade is participating in a video game contest created by OASIS founder, James Halliday (Mark Rylance), a quirky, recently deceased tech billionaire. The prize is Halliday’s fortune and control over the future of the OASIS. The movie, like the book, is full of simulated action and old-school video game references.