Vector 2 Review (Samsung Galaxy A3 2016): Parkour Runner With Less Inspiration Than Predecessor (Video)

Vector 1 was a very original endless runner, that banked on the popularity of Mirror’s Edge and parkour titles out there. Now, Vector 2 is available, or better said it has been ever since this Spring. We played it on the Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) and you’ll find it for free in the Play Store. Coming from Nekki the game follows a title with... 

Bike Unchained Review (Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro): Solid Biking Game, Controls are A bit Confusing (Video)

Since I liked Red Bull’s snowboarding game on Android, I felt the need to also give their biking game a go. This game is Biking Unchained, which we played on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro. It’s available for free in the Play Store and has some pretty hot graphics. The concept is similar to the one of the Snowboarding Fourth Phase, which we... 

NBA Live Mobile Review (Samsung Galaxy A7 2016): Most Fun I’ve Had With an EA Game in a Long While (Video)

Look, I’m a FIFA fan, a huge fan actually and I was surprised at the quality of the game NBA Live Mobile, that I played on the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016). It’s available for free in the Play Store and while at first sight it may seem complex, it’s actually pretty straightforward. It has great graphics and initially you’ll find... 

FIFA 15 Ultimate Team New Season Review (Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro): Some Aspects Are More Appealing Than In FIFA 16 UT (Video)

While everybody is playing FIFA 16 Ultimate Team, those less fortunate now have a pretty nifty alternative, FIFA 15 UT. But not the regular version, no, the updated New Season version that has a few elements making it nicer than FIFA 16. Well, we may not get the celebrations or cool new engine, but there’s a plenty of currency here and rewards... 

Ultimate Tennis Review (HTC One A9): possibly the best tennis game on Android, but also a very annoying title (Video)

Ultimate Tennis is a title I had a blast with on the HTC One A9, coming from 9M Interactive and being very, very sexist, among others. It features scantily clad women as players and very laggy menus, but once you get past that, you’ll enjoy the tennis experience a lot. Available for free in the Play Store, the game positions itself as an arcade... 

PES Club Manager Review (Huawei Honor 4X): Possibly the Best Soccer Simulator on Android (Video)

I must admit that I haven’t played many Football Manager titles and the one I was most passionate about was Hattrick, the famous online browser game that was big 10 years ago. Now I’ve fallen in love with Konami’s PES Club Manager, available for free in the Play Store and tested by us on the Huawei Honor 4X. The title takes up about... 

SBK 15 Official Mobile Game Review (Huawei P8 Lite): Lots of Content to Please Moto GP Fans, but Controls Feel Imprecise (Video)

SBK 15 Official Mobile Game is supposed to be a motorcycle racing simulator, a free title in the Play Store, that we played on the Huawei P8 Lite and had a bit of fun with it. This motor racing game comes from Digital Tales and sadly, in spite of having 9 control schemes, I had trouble with all of them. Graphics look quite nice, with each and every... 

Fail Hard Review (Samsung Galaxy A5): Fun Little Stunt and Physics-Based title (Video)

Since I got to play around with the Samsung Galaxy A5 for a while, I also had fun with some games on this device. Those included the title Fail Hard, that’s demoed below in a video review. This is a free title available in the Google Play Store and it’s quite fun to play. It’s all about stunts and it has good physics. There are smart... 

EA Sports UFC Review (Allview S2 Soul Pro): More Fun Than Mortal Kombat X and Featuring Tons of Trademark Combos (Video)

Usually Electronic Arts tends to let me down in both mobile and console titles. Ever since NFS Most Wanted they’ve let me down again and again, maybe except for the latest two FIFA titles. Anyway, they redeemed themselves a lot with the game EA Sports UFC, reviewed below. Available for free in the Play Store, the game takes up over 400 MB of... 

Wii Who? Motion Tennis for Chromecast Turns the Handset and Dongle Combo Into a Wii Rival (Video)

Since the Wii U wasn’t a hit for Nintendo, the company turned to mobile, but in the meantime its biggest threat may actually be a solution related to Chromecast, not mobile gaming per se. There’s something called Motion Tennis for Chromecast, that looks brilliant, judging by the demo below. This game turns phones into Wii remotes and even... 

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