Written by Administrator Thursday, 23 December 2010 06:00
Braveheart is one of the best new iPhone games that you can buy, and it's only $.99 at the App Store. Braveheart (no relation to Braveheart, the movie), developed by Gaijin Entertainment, is an Action/RPG twirl, click, and shoot game, that comes full of beautiful art, music and easy controls. The story starts off in artistic storyboard-like fashion, telling the plot of an intoxicated warrior, Richard, whose indiscretions lead him to be forced to search for the Holy Grail.
Written by Ryan Johnson Wednesday, 22 December 2010 13:00
The Very Hungry Caterpillar's ABCs is a wonderful children's game, but be ready to spend more than you expect.
Written by Troy Benedict Tuesday, 21 December 2010 06:00
2010 was a fantastic year for games and gamers alike. Not only were some fantastic titles released, but there was also some amazing new technology unveiled. Amongst the sea of astounding games, it’s hard to remember all of 2010’s finest games, like Sony Computer Entertainment’s God of War III released in March.
Written by Ryan Johnson Friday, 17 December 2010 09:00
To Whom it May Concern:
I have a number of problems with your newest release, Fluidity, for WiiWare.
Written by Jason Trent Thursday, 16 December 2010 09:35
Disney Epic Mickey was one of my most anticipated titles of this year. From the moment its dark and gorgeous concept art was revealed, I was pumped, and with every new announcement and reveal my excitement grew exponentially. It seemed like everyone who saw the game, in one form or another, was also eagerly awaiting its release. That's what makes all of this so hard. You see, Epic Mickey is flawed in some unforgivable ways. I've reviewed some bad games in my day; I've seen some things, but no game in recent memory has forced me to my limits of patience quite like Epic Mickey.
Written by Erik Kubik Monday, 06 December 2010 05:00
Love or hate the first two games, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood appeals to both newcomers and fans alike. I wasn’t a fan of the first game and although I did play Assassin's Creed II , I found most of the gameplay to be slow and boring.
Brotherhood is different. For starters, it’s as if the developer moved away from the central themes of the other games and did away with 80% of the stuff most gamers considered to be irritating. The beginning of the game throws gamers into the mix as Ezio with a twist. Gamers don’t have to wait around with a slow start this time.
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