The proliferation of endless running games in app stores can at times seem, well, endless. That fact hasn't discouraged Sony from putting out a second entry into the genre (The first being Ratchet and Clank: Before the Nexus), this time featuring the amiable Sackboy from the popular Little Big Planet series of Playstation games. Does this game bring anything new to the table or has it collapsed from exhaustion in the crowded space of mobile runners? Check out my review to find out.
Alien Breed is a simple, top down shooter that was released on a couple of desktop computing platforms in the early 1990s. Its visual style looks like it is cribbed off of the movie franchise of Alien, at least in the appearance of the hostile life forms that players frequently encounter. Alien Breed includes both the original release and subsequent releases in their original graphics, as well as a remake of the same levels with up-scaled graphics.
TellTale Games lives up to its namesake, having become synonymous with high quality storytelling in the video game medium. After gaining industry recognition and commercial success with their breakout hit, The Walking Dead, TellTale was faced with a tough act to follow. With the release of The Wolf Among Us, many gamers have asked whether or not this game lives up to its predecessor. Be curious no longer as I dive into a spoiler-free review the first episode of The Wolf Among Us.
Syberia is a point-and-click adventure game that was originally released for PC back in 2002, and has since been ported over to various mobile platforms. The game is lengthy, and has decent voice work. From here, let's dig in.
Platform exclusives are the love letters written to gamers in an effort to say "please come play with us, but not in that creepy way that those little girls did in the Shining." Instead, the platform owner wishes to convince gamers that their particular platform offers a unique experience. This can be seen with iOS and Android, and even among Android OEMs. Nvidia secured several exclusives for their Tegra chip line, and Amazon acquired an entire game studio to develop content for their branded line of Fire tablets and media players.
While I normally write much longer format reviews Wave Wave is a game that you’ll either throw aside in frustration within the first few minutes (perhaps seconds for some) or you’ll be hopelessly hooked on it with a fierce passion. Much like Super Hexagon, Super Meat Boy, or other titles designed for the masochistic perfectionist gamers (like me) out there, Wave Wave is simple as can be to control and understand.
First Strike is a simple strategy game that allows players to be in command of a nuclear arsenal while facing other same arsenals.The goal of First Strike is to be the last nuclear power standing. For better or worse, there isn't much to this game, so let's jump in.
Devil's Attorney is a clever, turn based strategy game. Set in the 1980s, players assume the role of a sketchy criminal defense attorney named Max McMann, who is climbing the economic ladder. The goal of the game is to become the top dog in defense law, making Max filthy rich.
It's good to have a breath of fresh air- especially when it tastes like the mold, mildew and dry bones forgotten in an abysmal dungeon teeming with uncertainty. When executed properly these dark and oppressive gaming environments can be a true ray of light to the seasoned digital adventurer. Rocketcat's most recent Android offerings cannot be relegated to a single category, Wayward Soulsand Mage Gauntletincorporate numerous aspects spanning multiple genres. To the relief of the more stalwart gaming crowd on Android, these action/rpg mash ups are crafted with love and high quality in mind. Both of these two games stand tall and stand alone in boasting a full premium experience without a monotonous grind or dangling the infamous iap carrot stick in front of your nose. In fact, neither have a single iap once the game is purchased, and the apps are well tended to with free updates that at times include new content.
LIke it's predecessor, EP0CH 2 is a rail shooter from Uppercut Games. Whereas the initial release had as many ups as it had downs, the second release in this franchise is vastly improved in just about every way (save for the IAPs that continue to be included in this paid game).
EP0CH is a rail shooter released by Uppercut Games. For the uninitiated, rail shooters are where the player's path through a game is strictly defined and players have no control over the forward progression, but instead focus exclusively on shooting and dodging with the progression the level/game occurring once the screen has been cleared of enemies, lasts only until more enemies arrive (at which point it stops to let combat commence), and functions more like a cut scene when it does occur.