Time flies and we are now in October! During the past month, there are a lot of exciting titles getting their release on mobile including the ones that we didn’t expect for an English release (eg: Monster Hunter Stories). Without further ado, here is the list of our top 5 new released mobile games in September, check it out and see if you played them all!
Previously, Gamevil’s Talion was supposed to be launched officially for both iOS and Android devices on the 12th of September. However, the game wasn’t rolled out for the Southeast Asia region. Now with the recent update, the game has finally been launched for Southeast Asia including Manila and Singapore!
Brave Frontier: The Last Summoner
Brave Frontier: The Last Summoner by gumi is finally up in stores! Though it is a Brave Frontier title, its gameplay is different compared to Brave Frontier and Brave Frontier 2. The story is still in the same BF universe that’s set 1000 years after leaving Grand Gaia behind. That said, players will meet new characters and even familiar characters from Brave Frontier.
Harvest Moon: Light of Hope
Guess almost all of us here played Harvest Moon back in our younger days, but do you know that there is actually a newer version of Harvest Moon? Being called Harvest Moon: Light of Hope, the game is first launched for PC on November 2017, then followed by PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on last May. Now it is coming to the mobile platforms too at a premium price of RM59.90 (iOS) / RM61.99 (Android)!
Monster Hunter Stories
It has been almost a year since Monster Hunter Stories is launched in Japan, and now we are finally getting an English release! It is already available on both Android and iOS for $19.99 (RM76.99), while if you want to try out the game before purchasing it, a free demo – Monster Hunter Stories: The Adventure Begins is available as well.
The new action RPG by Nintendo and Cygames, Dragalia Lost now playable for Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and United States! As a refresher, it is a swipe-controlled action RPG that tells a story about the bonds shared between humans and dragons. It features over 60 voiced characters that can borrow the power of dragons and take on the dragon forms to devastate the opponents.
Tokyo Ghoul [:re birth] (Android only)
Tokyo Ghoul [:re birth] by Bandai Namco Entertainment was first released in Japan back in March 2017 with the title Tokyo Ghoul: Re Invoke. The name was changed to Tokyo Ghoul [:re birth] for the West and has gone through translators which we have on Google Play now. Though the game was supposed to be released for iOS as well, the game seems to be missing on the App Store until now.
These are our list of top games that is launched on iOS and Android last month! Did you find your favourite inside? Tell us what are your choice in the comment section below!