Or maybe it is what it sounds like. I’m not quite sure. When I hear the name of this new game by the everlasting target of all my love, Nobuo Uematsu, I think of a particular scene from Lethal Weapon 2. References to the apartheid aside, this is a game by Nobuo Uematsu and being published by Acttil. Not to mention it’s a pretty looking game at that.
Is the Nyko gamepad the best thing for playing games on your Android mobile device? Come check out what Camille thinks in her review.
My first ever review here was about FIM Speedway GP 2012 and I remember it being quite negative. I mentioned the controls being limited to simply turning left, there only being one racing line and that if you drifted off of it, you crippled your chances of ever winning that race. Well I’m happy to say that some of these issues have been fixed. Here’s what I think of the overall experience.
Ubisoft have a remake of the classic Prince Of Persia 2: The Shadow and The Flame in the works for mobile devices that is set to release sometime in 2013 according to Ubisoft themselves.
OK, this was actually announced last Wednesday, but being busy with the recent site upgrade, this slipped my mind. I just picked up Samurai Beatdown…for free! PlayStation Mobile games are updated in the store each Wednesday. For the next six weeks, expect a free PS Mobile game each week, to be announced each Tuesday in the week’s PlayStation Store update details.
For a limited time, those with an iPhone or iPad can hungrily grab the first episode of The Walking Dead for free! This is great for those that haven’t yet tried this multiple award-winning game, which of course is adapted for iOS to make use of touch screen controls.
Distribution of goods is something that every business constantly evaluates based on cost and effectiveness. In today’s connected world, a lot of traditional distribution has gone to the digital format, and video games are no exception.
Last week I attended Game On Austin, a gaming convention focused on independent games made in you guessed it, Austin, TX. There were plenty of people playing games in alpha and beta stages, as well as recently-released independent games available for play.
DeadGrind is a fitting game for Halloween, with an easy to pick up concept and a surprisingly rocking song for when you get taken out. While it lacks depth, in that it is a simple on-rails shooter with little variation, it is one I’ve found myself starting up on my Android smartphone more often than others because it’s just simple fun time killer with an intuitive method for mowing down the undead.
A fan of Journey, this year’s hit PlayStation Network game, are you? Happen to enjoy the art style, do you? Then take note! The book, released in September, now takes advantage of augmented reality (AR). That means all the pretty pictures in the book can come to life – through the use of your Android or iOS enabled devices that have front and rear cameras.