One of the very first Minis was Age of Zombies from Halfbrick Studios. You played a wisecracking action hero named Barry Steakfries and moved around a map shooting zombies. While it was very popular and got a pretty good review here (before my time), I never thought it was all that much fun. Or good, [...]
Before we ride off into the sunset, I have some last words to say. Lots of words actually.
Firstly, I want to thank the readers of this site. I used to write reviews at GameFAQs, ENWorld, and RPG.net among others, just for fun. But writing here was a larger audience, including people who would buy [...]
Chaos Rings did indeed come out today, for $7.99 ($1 less than they originally said), in the US Store at least. They don’t seem to have released a trailer specifically for it, but this is the Android trailer and should look similar. Only this should be playable with buttons on the Vita.
Wonderful, glorious buttons. I’ve [...]
I love old arcade shooters, having grown up in the heyday of the arcades. I don’t really like modern shooters, or shmups, as they are called. So whenever a new shooter comes out that is retro themed, I am interested, but somewhat skeptical. It’s very hard to mix new and old well. MegaBlast from Super [...]
Beyond the Horizon is our weekly look at games coming out sometime in the future. Perhaps this week? Perhaps next month? We don’t really know when they are due out (in many cases, neither does the developer), but we do know they are in the works.
Whole bunch of releases last week, including the return of [...]
This weekend (right now, I guess), Sony is holding a PS Mobile Game Jam, a competition where people must make a new game in a limited amount of time, in Japan.
They held a series of them in the West, culminating in games likes Hermit Crab in Space, Crumble, and Crystallon. Who knows what will [...]