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The official launch of Nexon's latest MMORPG 'MapleStory M' is here

It may have been a long time coming, but Nexon's MapleStory M is finally here. For those that don't know, this is a mobile interpretation of the mainline PC MMORPG. In the past, we had received a few different mobile versions of MapleStory on Android, but they never quite stacked up to the original PC release and were subsequently shut down. MapleStory M is supposed to wipe the mobile slate clean by offering something a little more familiar to longtime fans.

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Download some devils in Sega's new gacha JRPG 'Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2'

Last month, the English version of Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2 was listed on the Play Store for pre-registration. At the time, I assumed the official release would follow shortly, so it's not much of a surprise to see that it's available for download today. Fans of the Shin Megami Tensei series will be able to jump into an all-new story in the long-running post-apocalyptic adventure. So get ready to explore 3D dungeons as you collect a massive amount of demons in this new gacha JRPG from Sega.

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Cartoon Network releases Teen Titans GO Figure!

Teen Titans GO Figure! is a new Android release based on the hit animated Cartoon Network series Teen Titans GO!, but it's also the sequel to the hit mobile game Teeny Titans. The original title was all about collecting your favorite DC Comics characters, and so is this sequel. To be exact, Teen Titans GO Figure! (or is it "Teen Titans GO! Figure," even Cartoon Network seems unsure) contains over 100 collectible heroes, including fan favorites such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and the Radical Titans.

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Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 races its way onto the Play Store

Yep, you read the title correctly. Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 is live on the Play Store right now. This release is obviously the third entry in the Motorsport Manager simulation series, and after the second entry improved on so much from the first, this new title may very well have its work cut out for it. Luckily a boat load of improvements and new features are included, but of course, only time will tell if Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 can live up to its predecessors.

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Deep Silver finally gets around to releasing 'Dead Island: Survivors' on Android

Dead Island: Survivors has been available as a soft-launched title on iOS since 2016, and the Android beta followed right along with it. As an Android user, I had all but forgotten about its existence in the last two years since the beta was not available to me in my region. It's not uncommon for iOS and Android games to sit in testing for a while, but two years is kind of pushing it. I suppose that could explain why Deep Silver FISHLABS officially released this on the down-low. Still, if you are looking for a free-to-play zombie-themed tower defense game that also contains plenty of action RPG gameplay and base building, Dead Island: Survivors should cover your needs just fine.

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Westworld Mobile is available on Android a day early

On the 18th, the official Westworld Twitter account announced that the release for the Westworld Mobile game would take place on the 21st of June. A bunch of sites instantly jumped on this, but I refrained as it's painfully obvious very few publishers can actually hit their target date. In my experience the vast majority of mobile games tend to release a day or two early. In this particular case it would appear my insight paid off. Westworld Mobile is available right now on the Google Play Store, an entire day early.

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The Bloons are finally back, grab 'Bloons TD 6' off of the Play Store right now

Bloons TD 6 is the long-awaited sequel to Ninja Kiwi's hit balloon-popping tower defense game Bloons TD 5. It's been six years since the fifth entry was released on the Play Store, so as you can imagine this sequel has been a long time coming, but the question remains, is the $4.99 cost of entry worth it? Well, that all depends on how you view upfront paid games that also contain a bunch of in-app purchases.

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ARK: Survival Evolved is here, so get ready to start taming your favorite prehistoric beasts

Earlier this month Studio Wildcard announced that its hit dinosaur action-adventure game ARK: Survival Evolved would release for Android on June 14th, and as long as my eyes aren't deceiving me, it would appear that the studio has stayed true to its word. You can grab the dino adventure off of the Play Store right now. Just make sure you have a beefy device, as you will need at least 3 GB of RAM and 2.11 GB of free storage.

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EVE: War of Ascension is on the Play Store, but you probably can't install it

Last October PlayRaven and CCP Games announced an official EVE Online mobile game. At the time it was known as Project Aurora. In April of this year, Kongregate made it known that they would publish the game and that it would be called EVE: War of Ascension. Last week it was released on the Play Store, but there is one little problem, it would seem very few Android users can actually install it. Play Store user reviews have been trickling in since June 8th, and apparently they have been coming from players located in the Philippines, which should explain why so few can actually install this game right now.

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Ubisoft revives an aging series with the release of Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians, but it's just another ARPG auto-brawler

The Might & Magic series hasn't received a new entry since the 2014 release of Might & Magic X: Legacy on PC. Well, today that changes as Ubisoft have released a new action RPG on the Play Store called Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians. Even though this should be exciting news for all of you M&M fans out there, all the release really offers is just more of the same monotonous gameplay that can be found in the countless identical titles on the Play Store, such as Summoners War or Marvel Future Fight. That's right, Ubisoft has revived the Might & Magic brand just to slap its skin on some uninspired free-to-play auto-brawling RPG.

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