Have Game, Will Play: Kalimba Review It would be fair to say that the renaissance of the puzzle platformer is happening now. If you are less optimistic about it, perhaps it is overstaying its welcome. Nevertheless Press Play’s entry in this (sub) genre delivers an almost perfect balance of challenge … Continue Reading →
A sequel to the Atari Jaguar’s Tempest 2000 has finally arrived on the PS Vita. TxK has utilized many elements from T2K and made use of the power of the PS Vita. Players will still rotate or move along the edge of objects with trippy music and colors all around … Continue Reading →
Gunslugs is a fast paced run and gun, retro graphic inspired, platform action game with rogue-like leanings. You begin the game with two characters to choose from and can unlock more as you get further into the game. In addition to shooting everything in sight you have several objective to … Continue Reading →
(Please note: This is just a review of the demo. The release will allow more jobs, more skills and more customization.) Square Enix has been a little bit busy lately with an MMO re-launch (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn), a new MMO unveiling (Dragon Quest X), completing a gaming … Continue Reading →
Turn back the clock for a slightly younger Batman in Arkham Origins Blackgate. How does he fare? Let’s have a look!
This is my unfortunate experience based on playing Darksiders on the PC, through steam. I picked up this copy from the THQ “humble” bundle.
To describe a game as a sidescrolling survival horror cinematic platformer would seem like overkill. However that is exactly what Tequila Works’ first XBLA title, Deadlight, is. The game allows you to control Randall Wayne in two(and a half) dimensional space as he makes his way through a world ravaged … Continue Reading →
December 22nd, 2012. In the middle of new-shooter-game season, I proposed that we make it a weekend to take a look back at 2011’s Battlefield 3. It was last year’s shooter but it has been receiving monthly updates and map packs and is still a joy to play. I was joined … Continue Reading →
Name: Zombie Driver HD Genre: Action & Adventure, Racing & Flying, Shooter Developer: EXOR Studios Publisher: Cyberfront Corporation Reviewers: BigRob and Aaron Vehicular combat games have been around for quite some time. Developers have excelled at giving gamers the ability to maneuver a wide variety of vehicles in games entirely … Continue Reading →
Eufloria, by Omni Systems, is a beautiful portrait of life and nature, hanging in a concert hall where the most exquisite melodies are performed. This unassuming art piece is actually an expertly crafted real time strategy game that has a bit more of a casual and yet whimsical feel to … Continue Reading →
Double Dragon Neon is an odd combination of things. It is as much a love letter to an 80’s childhood as it is a re-imagining of the Double Dragon franchise. Not the least of which is a wild obsession with audio cassettes. More on that a little later.
-by BigRob Time Played: 11+ hours via http://raptr.com/bigrob029/wall System: Xbox Live Arcade Price: 800ms There isnt much I can say about Fez that hasn’t already been said. Fez is an awesome game that must be experienced. Its a beautiful as it is fun, and its evokes a level of nostalgia … Continue Reading →
-by BigRob Time played: 8+ hours via http://raptr.com/bigrob029/wall System: Xbox 360 After hours of playtime frustration, I finally took the advice of the enthuscrew and gave up on Assassins Creed and moved onto Assassin’s Creed 2. I’m glad I attempted to get through, but sadly, I wish I had moved … Continue Reading →
Ever wanted to be Michael Cera? Well too bad, you still can’t!
If you have ever liked a Mario Bros. game and/or fun in general, feel free to enjoy both of them from anywhere. Ups It’s a 3D-esque Mario game that plays and sounds incredible. It’s Mario! Downs Camera can be an issue from time to time. Has anyone seen the Koopa … Continue Reading →