Square Enix fans can now purchase Dragon Quest 3 for Android, the Nexus 6 is launching in Mexico and Google+ is bringing you new features.
Square Enix will know that Final Fantasy is not the only good RPG series the company develops. They have a powerful portfolio of other franchises, including one of my favorite – Dragon Quest. There are multiple of these games in the Google Play Store, but today a new one has reached Android users.
Dragon Quest 3 is now available for purchase from the Google Play Store. As it usually goes with Suare Enix games, this title is not cheap. The price is set at $9.99, which is a very high mark in the world of Android gaming.
Opinion: I happen to be a big fan of the Dragon Quest series (I even watched the anime), so I have already signed up for this game. Will you?
The Nexus 6 has proved to be a hit. It’s hard to catch the device in stock at the Google Play Store, despite its unusually high price (for a Nexus). This is not stopping the new phablet from reaching other markets, though, and next week will be Mexico’s turn.
Our neighboring country down south will be getting the device for $9,999 Mexican pesos. This is currently equivalent to about $710 USD (the dollar is pretty high right now). It will be available only through Motorola.com.mx, though. It should take time for it to reach other stores and carriers.
Opinion: I have to say a $710 price point on the Nexus 6 is not over-priced, considering smartphones are usually much pricier in Mexico than in the USA. And I am talking really expensive.
Google+ recently released a feature for organization pages, which would allow them to pin posts to the top of their pages. This would allow them to keep important posts afloat in a sea of never-ending publications.
This feature is not only good for organizations, though, and the Google+ team knows this. This is why Google+ has brought this feature to personal accounts, as well. It’s a simple process, just click on the menu arrow and an option will be listed.
Opinion: Good feature. It would also be cool if pinned content was also made more readily available in related Google searches. Just a thought….