With our technology so advance in recent years, it has a brought to us a question. Is it possible for Triple A games to make it on to mobile phones? The answer is yes as you look at games such as PUBG Mobile and more but what’s keeping us from getting it, is time.
So, GamerBraves has set out to collect samples and asked around whether what kind of Triple A games that gamers would like to see on the mobile including both iOS and Android. Do take note that some of the games are pretty old and should be possible to be ported on to mobile devices while there are some in-development but we’ll still be putting on the list. Also, we are aware that there are games that can be played using Nvidia Shield but we would like to see a stand-alone, a game that is optimized for mobile devices.
Check out what gamers would like to see on their mobile devices:
Bayonetta is a game which features the irresistible Umbra Witch, Bayonetta. It’s a action-adventure hack’n’slash game similar to the Devil May Cry series. It was first released onto Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2009 in Japan.
The features of the game would be the excitement of slashing down enemies with glamorous combos and the shape-shifting skills bestowed upon the Umbra Witches. Moreover, there’s an arsenal of firearms and weapons that Bayonetta can utilized with each with its own playstyle.
With today’s tech on mobile phones, we think that it’s possible for Bayonetta to be adapted onto the mobile devices but in exchange for simpler controls and downgraded graphics so that it can offer the full experience of the hack’n’slash action.
Call of Duty
Call of Duty, is the popular first-person shooter video game franchise that first came out in 2003. The series of the game has changed overtime with the earlier series being set in World War II while the latest ones are set in a more futuristic world.
Like what is mentioned earlier, some of the Triple A games getting a mobile adaptation are already in development and Call of Duty is one of it. The mobile version of the game goes by the name of Call of Duty Mobile which will be published by Garena in the Southeast Asia. Although there aren’t any official release date yet but we already got to play the beta version of it as shown in the video above.
Doom, the classic demon slaying first-person shooter action video game where you get to punch demons and wield all-kinds of badass weapons. Also, it’s the only horror game where evil will fear the players.
It first came out in 1993 for MS-DOS and is considered as one of the greatest game of all time and the all-father of FPS games. We know that there’s a Doom Classic on iOS and some gamers are out there modding it on to their phones but we are talking about a legit standalone up-to-date Doom game where the graphics are not in pixels and the controls are optimized. It would be great if it really does come out on mobile devices but right now we could only make due with the classic.
Dead Cells, a Metroidvania game where players take on the role as a failed alchemist experiment and explore the ever-changing castle. It’s also said that the game’s difficulty is off the chart due to not having a checkpoint and when one dies in the middle game, they’ll have to start all OVER AGAIN.
Well, good news as this rogue-like dungeon crawling game will be coming to mobile platforms really soon as it has being officially announced to be out this summer for $9.99. The mobile version will have a more simplified mechanics which is optimized purely for mobile devices. Although there aren’t any mentions if it will get controller-support but I hope it does because we could lay back and play with a controller at anywhere and anytime.
We’ve been told that Forza Horizon should be getting a mobile adaptation because it’s just a simple racing car game and with today’s mobile graphics, it can be easily done. That’s indeed true and I’m here to tell you that it is because there’s a spinoff of Forza Horizon called Forza Street which will soon be coming out on mobile devices.
The mobile spinoff is already given simple mechanics as players should only focused on timed brakes and a good amount of control over the wheel. That aside, players can too collect cars and customize it to their hearts content. Besides that, Forza Street is also playable on the PC and the best part of it is free to play. While there aren’t any official release date being announced but it’s certainly coming.
Fallout as we know it is a post-apocalyptic sandbox RPG where players get to roam around freely in the wasteland. The game is known for its atompunk retro-futuristic artwork and also the creatures roaming about. It first came out in the 1997 as a point-and-click game and gradually became a FPS game as we know today.
Although there’s a Fallout Shelter game on mobile devices right not but it’s not the one gamers are looking for. Instead, what gamers would like to see are the FPS genre which allows one to roam around. Like I said earlier, maybe it’s possible to have a mobile spinoff of its own which a lot of gamers would like to see but as always, time will tell.
Gwent, a Card Collectible Game based on The Witcher 3 is also on the list. The CCG which was developed by CD Projekt Red was released onto PC and consoles in 2018. In the game, players will take on the opponent in a 1v1 battle with the decks which are of course from the Witcher universe. It’s a gorgeous CCG where the animations are flawless which players will find it pleasing to the eyes.
The game was said to receive a mobile version of it sooner this year but there’s yet to be any information on it. However, players can rest assured that the game will be coming anytime soon.
Half-life, the popular first-person shooter game that spans over 2 series is a overwhelmingly popular game on Steam. It is critically acclaimed for its immersive storyline and Sci-Fi action gameplay. In the game, players will play as Gordon Freeman who is a scientist or known as the man with a crowbar that takes on the alien invasion.
The first game came out in 1998 and has since taken a special spot in the hearts of many gamer. With the first game being out so long, it’s very likely to be able to play on a mobile device. Well, heck it sure can because the Nvidia Shield allows one to port it onto certain devices and play it on the go. However, we’re talking about having a mobile game of its own where it’s suitable to play on it. Although it’s playable through Nvidia Shield but that does not bring out the full experiences as the game is made for PC. In short, there could be a mobile version of Half-Life given that mobile devices are so advanced nowadays.
Mordhau is a multiplayer slasher set in the medieval age and make use of historical soldiers. The game allows player to create their mercenary and fight in battles where the combat is really fast paced and more. One of the modes in the game is somewhat like Battle Royale where players will be thrown in a field without anything at the first. Then players will continue to search for supplies as the game starts and beat one another until only one champion is left.
There are a whole lot of Battle Royale on mobile devices these days but all of them go against each other in a shoot-out where guns are involved. So far, there aren’t any Battle Royale on mobile devices that utilizes medieval theme like Mordhau. Now, if you think about it carefully, a Battle Royale where players wield melee weapons such as swords or blunt weapons on mobile devices are actually not far fetched because there are games like PUBG and Fortnite on mobile. With that said, it’s possible to have a Mordhau mobile game where players clad in iron and battle out with power on the go.
Portal here is a single-player video game that deals with puzzles and like Half-life, it’s really popular among gamers too. In Portal, you’ll take on the role of a woman who woke up from an experimental chamber where your every moves are being monitored by cameras. Besides that, players will also be given instruction by an artificial intelligence female voice. The best part of the game is where you get to handle a Portal gun which of course creates portals like the name suggests. So, what players do is utilize the Portal gun around the experimental chamber and solve the puzzles in it.
With its puzzle solving gameplay, it’s also very possible to be able to play it on a mobile device. As mentioned before, maybe the game can also be supported by Nvidia Shield to play it on mobile devices but then again, what we’re looking for are Portal mobile games made solely for mobile devices.
These are all the games that gamers would like to have on their mobile devices so far. Does any of these games above that you’ll like to see on mobile or is there any other Triple A games that you have in mind? Let us know down the comments!