Starting right now it just got a little easier to get your horror fix on the go. When you visit Bloody Disgusting on select mobile devices you’ll automatically be taken to our new mobile site which is faster, leaner, and optimized for your phone or tablet. When you just want the news, it’s the perfect way to stay up to date and get the latest headlines. You can easily share and bookmark stories, and of course whenever you want the full Bloody Disgusting experience you can choose to view the desktop version at anytime.
If your device isn’t supported yet don’t worry, we have other options for you too! Read on for more info, supported devices, and a little preview of what it looks like! READ MORE
Even though Telltale’s episodic take on The Walking Deadhas ended, that doesn’t mean you can’t still get your TWD fix. If you’re on the go a lot, or mobile, as they say, you may want to consider dropping $1.99 on The Walking Dead: Assault. It’s a brand new episodic game that follows Rick’s story, as opposed to following a new group of survivors. It actually look pretty good, though I haven’t had the chance to check it out myself. If you’re interested, you can grab it at the iTunes App Store. READ MORE
The makers of Dungeon Defenders: First Wave have just officially released gameplay footage for their next project, Afterlife: Ground Zero. Apparently, footage from the game was leaked a few days ago so its developer, Trendy Entertainment decided to jump on and give us something a little more presentable. The demo that you can check out below is playing on an iPad 2, and it looks pretty incredible.
To me, the most exciting thing about this game is it gives me the chance to ask strangers if that’s a pulsating tentacle in their pocket or if they’re just happy to see me. Get it? It’s funny because there are weird tentacles hanging off the buildings, and some of us also have tentacles in our pants. I love explaining bad jokes. No word on a release date, mainly because this game is still a long ways off, but if this tech demo represents what the unpolished version looks like I can’t wait to see the final product. Head past the break for a few more details. READ MORE
Exciting news was just announced for you Call Of Cthulhu fans, as the game will be coming to Android and iPhones. The award winning RPG will be coming to mobile phones seemingly in parts. The 1st part Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land takes place in World War 1, as a team of investigators and soldiers go up against an ancient enemy who us building an undead army.
The game is going to be a 3D turn based RPG, and while being released for the Android and iPhones, more platforms will later be announced. READ MORE
If you’re the type of person who’s constantly on the move and in need of some entertainment to make those long commutes less dull than I do believe I’m about to make your day. Next month Capcom will be giving us a dose of mobile zombie kickassery with the release of Resident Evil: Mercenaries Vs. for Apple’s iOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad). In Mercenaries Vs. you and a friend (or random stranger) go up against two other players in what I can only guess will be incredibly frantic duels where you each take turns trying to get your enemies to stand still so you can shoot them. Seriously, give us strafing Capcom.
Not your cup ‘o zombie flavored tea? That’s understandable, so why don’t you sit back and let me serve you some Necromorph seasoned news to quench your thirst for horror on the go. It looks like EA is bringing Dead Space to the same platforms as Mercenaries Vs. at the same time as Dead Space 2 (that’s January 25th people, mark your calendars). Head past the jump to see Dead Space in action! READ MORE
EA recently unveiled a slew of titles coming to Apple’s iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, one of which will be take place in the Dead Space universe. This isn’t a huge surprise since a mobile installment in the series was listed among upcoming EA releases some time ago, but the fact that the PSP and DS aren’t getting any dismembering love is a little surprising.
However, this will not be the same game the consoles are getting in January, instead this game will bridge the gap between the original and its upcoming sequel. Kind of a Dead Space: Case Zero, if you will. If this tickles your fancy, head past the jump for a release date, more details on the game, and the other EA titles making their way to Apple’s platforms. READ MORE