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Samsung's Note 9 is a gaming beast.Credit: Samsung

The retail release of Samsung’s high-end Galaxy Note 9 is just around the corner, and as anticipation builds for August 24, eager reviewers have been getting their hands on this slick piece of mobile hardware to report proper impressions.

My particular review unit, the stunning lilac purple 128 GB version, arrived late last week in a small, unassuming box. After booting it up and tinkering around with the various streamlined features, I can safely say there is absolutely nothing unassuming about the Note 9 itself—it’s a fast-moving, multi-tasking, user-friendly beast of a phablet.

Between the beautiful 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, long-lasting 4,000mAh battery and the device’s very capable shell-shaking stereo speakers (which boast more directionality, richness and bass than any on-board mobile drivers I’ve yet heard), Samsung has created what could be the ultimate gaming phone. As such, I’ve compiled a short list of noteworthy titles worth installing, games that should help show off your new Note 9 to all of those hopelessly jealous tech acquaintances.

1. Fortnite,

Epic Games

Fortnite Battle RoyaleCredit: Epic Games

Seeing as the Note 9 is essentially launching alongside the Android version of Epic Games’ monolith of mass monetary multiplayer mania, this pick should almost go without saying. I suppose there are some people who might be purchasing a Note 9 just to acquire 15,000 bonus V-bucks as well as the timed Samsung exclusive in-game Galaxy skin. But extra goodies aside, Fortnite’s mobile iteration runs really damn well on the new hardware. That is, minus a few nagging technical hiccups (like pop-in and stuttering animation) that will hopefully be rectified as the Android beta marches on.

Jumping into Battle Royale on Android feels a whole lot like partaking in the main base game, albeit with touch controls and a convenient auto-firing option to even out the gameplay. Plus the Note 9 runs Fortnite with very few framerate issues on the game’s Epic graphics setting, which locks things in at a relatively solid 30 fps. Textures are a little muddier than those on console and PC, but the characters, skins and sprawling environmental expanse all look super impressive while showing on that bright AMOLED display. The stereo speakers also make it easy to hear your opponents footsteps approaching. It's not a flawless example of Note 9 technical prowess, but really, it's much more about the sheer scope of the port's map and the fact that it's running in any kind of playable form at all.

For more detailed Note 9 Fortnite impressions, please check out my recent post, which goes into much more detail.

2. Shadowgun Legends

, MADFINGER Games

Shadowgun LegendsCredit: MADFINGER Games

Another relatively recent Android release (from a long-running portable series, no less), this massively multiplayer online FPS is like a mobile mashup of Bungie’s greatest hits. Sure, it’s a bit derivative of Halo, Mass Effect and Destiny especially, and yeah, the alien invasion story is a little been-there-heard-that. But looking past all that, you’ll find a game almost too good-looking to be running on phone hardware. The Blade Runner-esque aesthetic on display, with its dirty futuristic chic and extraterrestrial creature design, is an excellent showcase for the Note 9’s powerful innards.

Yes, Shadowgun Legends wears its inspirations on its sleeve like interstellar badges of honor, but that doesn’t stop it from being one seriously pretty game. The main community area is seemingly plucked straight out of a busy Overwatch map, complete with hovering robots, flashing neon lights and colorful NPCs. The hundreds of campaign missions, with their copious explosions and towering enemies, are just as fun to gawk at. Plus the controls work strangely well on the Note 9’s massive touchscreen. Running at both 60 fps and the Ultra High graphics setting with practically zero performance issues, it’s a campy sci-fi showcase for Samsung’s new phone, one that might justify the $1,000 plus you plunked down to pre-order.

3. Darkness Rises

, NEXON Company

Darkness RisesCredit: NEXON Company

Itching to install some Dungeons & Dragons-style action on that brand new Note 9? This highly polished fantasy action RPG really fits the bill. Choose to be an assassin, a berserker, a wizard or a warrior and embark on an adventure filled with castles, battles, magic and enough old-timey dialogue to make your level 25 mage projectile vomit. Gameplay is fast and furious (think Bayonetta, Dynasty Warriors or legacy God of War) with easy-to-understand controls, lightning quick combat and some seriously rad finishing moves. Tons of monsters to hack and slash along the way, some of which look cool as hell.

While the voice acting is surprisingly solid, the main narrative reads like generic Lord of the Rings fan fiction. Bespoke monsters can look interesting, yes, though general character designs are somewhat unoriginal (I’m looking at you, cut-and-paste orc army). But none of this matters too much, because the game looks downright amazing in motion. The Note 9 handles everything at max graphics settings without so much as a flinch or stutter. We’re talking a blazing and unflinching 60 fps, even with multiple large enemies on-screen. With how well it operates, it’s almost like Darkness Rises was made specifically for this phone. If you can ignore how trite the premise is, this is one impressive title to try on August 24.

4. Riptide GP: Renegade

, Vector Unit

Riptide GP: RenegadeCredit: Vector Unit

I know this oldie-but-goodie came out back in 2016, but even in 2018, it still looks really damn good. The last title to be released in the Riptide series of games, Renegade plays a whole lot like its excellent mobile predecessors: Imagine the PS1 Jet Moto games but taking place only on water. And let me tell you, it's some beautiful, lovingly rendered liquid. That’s part of the reason the game is on my list, because drooling over the mesmerizing digital H20 on these futuristic tracks is kind of a pastime in and of itself.

That said, Samsung’s phone runs this polished jet ski arcade racer on max settings like a champ. Turn on the Ultra/highest resolution option to watch realistic drops of water splash onto the screen and run down the glass in convincing rivulets. Marvel at rolling waves and floating hover cars as you speed through the impressively textured waterways of tomorrow. It even has a four-player split-screen option, so you and three friends can gather around that freshly unboxed Note 9, wirelessly connect a bunch of Bluetooth controllers and relive those glorious N64 days in style.

5. Asphalt 9: Legends

, Gameloft

Asphalt 9: LegendsCredit: Gameloft

Okay, I might be cheating a little with this one, as my last entry is the only write-up here that comes bundled with a healthy dose of speculation. Because as of this posting, I haven’t been able to actually play it on the Note 9. And that’s for a couple reasons: 1) The game was released in late July and is hitting Android devices on a roll-out schedule and 2) the Note 9 is technically not yet compatible with Gameloft’s software, which of course prevents installation via Google’s Play Store. I’m assuming the latter will change once August 24 rolls around and people start bringing their phones home. Since I technically have a pre-release Note 9, it’s understandable that Asphalt 9 hasn’t yet been ‘activated’ by the developer for download on this flagship model, but I'm just too psyched not to include it on the list. So maybe consider this an entry for the Asphalt games in general, at least until the newest game shows up.

In the meantime, I’ve been playing said game on my now-ancient Note 5, which runs things just fine on the default graphical setting but starts to struggle and chug a bit when pushed to display races on the most demanding visual mode. I can only guess that this high-adrenaline driving game, which smacks of Need for Speed and Burnout, will run like pure butter on Samsung’s new hardware. I’ve only seen it at an apparent 30 fps via my old phone, so fingers crossed that the Note 9 will enable 60 fps greatness. Asphalt Xtreme, a rally variation, does in fact work on Samsung's new phone and sports an impressive framerate. So if that's any indication, we're in for a treat.

For a series that started back in 2004 on the Nintendo DS and Nokia N-Gage (!), it sure has come a long way. That said, and please excuse the excited prediction here, but if Asphalt 9 does finally come to the Note 9 later this week, it will certainly be one hell of a graphical showcase. I'll also update this post once I get hands-on time with it.

Disclaimer: Samsung provided review product for coverage purposes.

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Samsung's Note 9 is a gaming beast.Credit: Samsung

The retail release of Samsung’s high-end Galaxy Note 9 is just around the corner, and as anticipation builds for August 24, eager reviewers have been getting their hands on this slick piece of mobile hardware to report proper impressions.

My particular review unit, the stunning lilac purple 128 GB version, arrived late last week in a small, unassuming box. After booting it up and tinkering around with the various streamlined features, I can safely say there is absolutely nothing unassuming about the Note 9 itself—it’s a fast-moving, multi-tasking, user-friendly beast of a phablet.

Between the beautiful 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, long-lasting 4,000mAh battery and the device’s very capable shell-shaking stereo speakers (which boast more directionality, richness and bass than any on-board mobile drivers I’ve yet heard), Samsung has created what could be the ultimate gaming phone. As such, I’ve compiled a short list of noteworthy titles worth installing, games that should help show off your new Note 9 to all of those hopelessly jealous tech acquaintances.

1. Fortnite,

Epic Games

Fortnite Battle RoyaleCredit: Epic Games

Seeing as the Note 9 is essentially launching alongside the Android version of Epic Games’ monolith of mass monetary multiplayer mania, this pick should almost go without saying. I suppose there are some people who might be purchasing a Note 9 just to acquire 15,000 bonus V-bucks as well as the timed Samsung exclusive in-game Galaxy skin. But extra goodies aside, Fortnite’s mobile iteration runs really damn well on the new hardware. That is, minus a few nagging technical hiccups (like pop-in and stuttering animation) that will hopefully be rectified as the Android beta marches on.

Jumping into Battle Royale on Android feels a whole lot like partaking in the main base game, albeit with touch controls and a convenient auto-firing option to even out the gameplay. Plus the Note 9 runs Fortnite with very few framerate issues on the game’s Epic graphics setting, which locks things in at a relatively solid 30 fps. Textures are a little muddier than those on console and PC, but the characters, skins and sprawling environmental expanse all look super impressive while showing on that bright AMOLED display. The stereo speakers also make it easy to hear your opponents footsteps approaching. It's not a flawless example of Note 9 technical prowess, but really, it's much more about the sheer scope of the port's map and the fact that it's running in any kind of playable form at all.

For more detailed Note 9 Fortnite impressions, please check out my recent post, which goes into much more detail.

2. Shadowgun Legends

, MADFINGER Games

Shadowgun LegendsCredit: MADFINGER Games

Another relatively recent Android release (from a long-running portable series, no less), this massively multiplayer online FPS is like a mobile mashup of Bungie’s greatest hits. Sure, it’s a bit derivative of Halo, Mass Effect and Destiny especially, and yeah, the alien invasion story is a little been-there-heard-that. But looking past all that, you’ll find a game almost too good-looking to be running on phone hardware. The Blade Runner-esque aesthetic on display, with its dirty futuristic chic and extraterrestrial creature design, is an excellent showcase for the Note 9’s powerful innards.

Yes, Shadowgun Legends wears its inspirations on its sleeve like interstellar badges of honor, but that doesn’t stop it from being one seriously pretty game. The main community area is seemingly plucked straight out of a busy Overwatch map, complete with hovering robots, flashing neon lights and colorful NPCs. The hundreds of campaign missions, with their copious explosions and towering enemies, are just as fun to gawk at. Plus the controls work strangely well on the Note 9’s massive touchscreen. Running at both 60 fps and the Ultra High graphics setting with practically zero performance issues, it’s a campy sci-fi showcase for Samsung’s new phone, one that might justify the $1,000 plus you plunked down to pre-order.

3. Darkness Rises

, NEXON Company

Darkness RisesCredit: NEXON Company

Itching to install some Dungeons & Dragons-style action on that brand new Note 9? This highly polished fantasy action RPG really fits the bill. Choose to be an assassin, a berserker, a wizard or a warrior and embark on an adventure filled with castles, battles, magic and enough old-timey dialogue to make your level 25 mage projectile vomit. Gameplay is fast and furious (think Bayonetta, Dynasty Warriors or legacy God of War) with easy-to-understand controls, lightning quick combat and some seriously rad finishing moves. Tons of monsters to hack and slash along the way, some of which look cool as hell.

While the voice acting is surprisingly solid, the main narrative reads like generic Lord of the Rings fan fiction. Bespoke monsters can look interesting, yes, though general character designs are somewhat unoriginal (I’m looking at you, cut-and-paste orc army). But none of this matters too much, because the game looks downright amazing in motion. The Note 9 handles everything at max graphics settings without so much as a flinch or stutter. We’re talking a blazing and unflinching 60 fps, even with multiple large enemies on-screen. With how well it operates, it’s almost like Darkness Rises was made specifically for this phone. If you can ignore how trite the premise is, this is one impressive title to try on August 24.

4. Riptide GP: Renegade

, Vector Unit

Riptide GP: RenegadeCredit: Vector Unit

I know this oldie-but-goodie came out back in 2016, but even in 2018, it still looks really damn good. The last title to be released in the Riptide series of games, Renegade plays a whole lot like its excellent mobile predecessors: Imagine the PS1 Jet Moto games but taking place only on water. And let me tell you, it's some beautiful, lovingly rendered liquid. That’s part of the reason the game is on my list, because drooling over the mesmerizing digital H20 on these futuristic tracks is kind of a pastime in and of itself.

That said, Samsung’s phone runs this polished jet ski arcade racer on max settings like a champ. Turn on the Ultra/highest resolution option to watch realistic drops of water splash onto the screen and run down the glass in convincing rivulets. Marvel at rolling waves and floating hover cars as you speed through the impressively textured waterways of tomorrow. It even has a four-player split-screen option, so you and three friends can gather around that freshly unboxed Note 9, wirelessly connect a bunch of Bluetooth controllers and relive those glorious N64 days in style.

5. Asphalt 9: Legends

, Gameloft

Asphalt 9: LegendsCredit: Gameloft

Okay, I might be cheating a little with this one, as my last entry is the only write-up here that comes bundled with a healthy dose of speculation. Because as of this posting, I haven’t been able to actually play it on the Note 9. And that’s for a couple reasons: 1) The game was released in late July and is hitting Android devices on a roll-out schedule and 2) the Note 9 is technically not yet compatible with Gameloft’s software, which of course prevents installation via Google’s Play Store. I’m assuming the latter will change once August 24 rolls around and people start bringing their phones home. Since I technically have a pre-release Note 9, it’s understandable that Asphalt 9 hasn’t yet been ‘activated’ by the developer for download on this flagship model, but I'm just too psyched not to include it on the list. So maybe consider this an entry for the Asphalt games in general, at least until the newest game shows up.

In the meantime, I’ve been playing said game on my now-ancient Note 5, which runs things just fine on the default graphical setting but starts to struggle and chug a bit when pushed to display races on the most demanding visual mode. I can only guess that this high-adrenaline driving game, which smacks of Need for Speed and Burnout, will run like pure butter on Samsung’s new hardware. I’ve only seen it at an apparent 30 fps via my old phone, so fingers crossed that the Note 9 will enable 60 fps greatness. Asphalt Xtreme, a rally variation, does in fact work on Samsung's new phone and sports an impressive framerate. So if that's any indication, we're in for a treat.

For a series that started back in 2004 on the Nintendo DS and Nokia N-Gage (!), it sure has come a long way. That said, and please excuse the excited prediction here, but if Asphalt 9 does finally come to the Note 9 later this week, it will certainly be one hell of a graphical showcase. I'll also update this post once I get hands-on time with it.

Disclaimer: Samsung provided review product for coverage purposes.

Source : https://www.forbes.com/sites/mitchwallace/2018/08/21/5-android-games-that-look-downright-incredible-on-samsungs-galaxy-note-9/

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