Video gaming in the twenty-first century has nothing in common with the video gaming of previous decades. Nowadays, gamers can play a wide variety of games using a wide variety of devices. Some prefer the traditional options, such as consoles and computers, and others prefer more portable options, such as handheld consoles, tablets, and mobile phones. Of the three handheld options, mobile phones seem to be the option that most people prefer using. The screens may be small, and there may be no buttons to press, but mobile phones will allow for an enjoyable gaming experience, regardless of the type of game one prefers.
Some people use their phones in order to play puzzle games such as Sudoku, and others enjoy word games and many like playing online games of chance at live casinos. Modern mobile devices have pretty strong hardware and they can run multiple types of games. The mobile versions of many games have been designed responsively, and because of that they can adapt to multiple screens without problems. Your phone will probably run your solo, your multi-player or your real-time online games easily and without user experience frictions.
Mobile Gaming Libraries Are Only Going to Get Richer and Richer
More and more gaming studios are investing a big percentage of their development budget funds in titles, which gamers will be able to play on their mobiles. The result of these investments comes in the form of mobile games such as Star Trek, Pokémon Go and Marvel Snap. Playing these games will not be like playing Ghost of Tsushima on a large TV of course, but the minimum cost for the purchase of the games and the ability to play these games from any location is a pretty big selling point.
The Mobile Gaming Contributions of RPG Specialist Square Enix
Many major gaming studios have joined the battle for the biggest pieces of the mobile gaming pie, but one of them seems to have a bit of an advantage over the others. Square Enix was one of the first big players in the mobile gaming game and with titles such as Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition and its FF pixel collection, it has created a pretty loyal mobile gaming audience. The pocket edition of FFXV is exactly what its name says it is. The graphics and the user experience are obviously not as good as if one were playing the game on a PlayStation, but it is still good enough. So, if you are looking for a mobile Final Fantasy experience, then the FFXV Pocket Edition is a good place to start.
Another popular and significantly better Square Enix mobile game in terms of quality is Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier. This game was initially created as a marketing tool for the promotion of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, but somehow, it managed to increase the number of its active players. Because of that, Square decided to put a little bit more money on the development budget of the First Soldier and slowly but steadily, this mobile game is starting to create serious profits for the Shibuya-based company.