ScreamRide is a new game from the people behind RollerCoaster Tycoon. This game takes the level of that series and zooms it down to one ride at a time and expands the gameplay into several different styles. The developers are of course Frontier Developments and in addition to the RollerCoaster Tycoon series, they are also […]
Hard core gamers really like physical controllers when they are playing on their smartphones, the touch screen controls just don’t cut it on your Android or iOS device does it? With the market flooded with “Bluetooth” controllers for your Android and iOS device, it is really hard to find one with top quality d-pad and […]
Did you like Volgarr the Viking but found that game unbelievably too difficult to finish? Or any other old-school like platformers from either the 8-bit or 16-bit era? Well thankfully Castle in the Darkness gives players a solid, yet it still is a cruel mistress, as it proves that just because you have an easier […]
This past fall was chock full of racing titles with a big push behind them. Forza Horizon 2 has established itself as an Xbox One exclusive well worth getting the system for. Meanwhile, Drive Club, a Playstation 4 exclusive, crashed and burned spectacularly on launch and remains out of the grasp of the PS+ audience […]
The Monster Hunter series has been around for a considerable amount of time, but unfortunately many of the titles have remained in Japan. When Monster Hunter 4 was announced, months went by without any word f a localization, despite how well the previous release on the Wii U and 3DS did. As it turns out, […]
Several years ago, The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time 3D released for the fledgling handheld. People had both expected and desired a port to Majora’s Mask as well. After some time later, Nintendo had teased if players wanted a new game in the vein of A Link to the Past or a Majora’s […]
#IDARB is an interesting little trip. When I started hearing about it, it had comparisons to some action sports titles like Cyberball. Now take that basic idea of wacky sports, but make it a weird basketball/blitzball/soccer hybrid. And then totally go nuts with it. That’s #IDARB, short for It Draws a Red Box.
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is a game. Any way you look at it, it is indeed an actual game. You can download it, and install it. You can load it up on your Xbox 360. You can even play it. You can! Really! But do you want to? That’s a really good question.
The Shantae series has been a pleasant surprise from the start, a Metroidvania style platformer which features a quite whimsical and visually appealing universe along with some very original powers as well level as level and boss designs. While not one of the major properties out there, it has enough of a cult following that […]
Last year I reviewed EA’s return to the basketball court with NBA Live 14. While that game was stillborn and ultimately not much of a contender to 2K’s reign, it still interrupted their brief monopoly on the virtual sport. Given another year or two, the NBA 2K series might have an actual competitor on the […]