Infested Planet, developed by relative newcomers Rocket Bear Games, is a real time tactics game combined with a bit of tower defense and seemingly taking a few cues from Space Invaders, filling the whole world with the enemies who will endlessly spawn if you can’t somehow break through the trillions of enemies and finally demolish one of the many hives. Is this as arduous as it sounds? Here’s what I think.
Dragon Ball Z has always been an Animé/Manga with a staggering popularity, both in its native land of Japan and also overseas, particularly in the US and the UK. This popularity was always going to ensure a number of game adaptations, but what has also helped has been a number of strong games that have used the DBZ license well, particularly the Budokai Tenkaichi series. Is this another game doing the franchise justice, or is it one that doesn’t help at all? That’s what I’m here to find out.
Based on the mini game OMG-Z, OMG HD Zombies is a remake for the PS Vita that shows the developer had some things left on the table after releasing the original. To be as direct as the game is, I will say: download this game for your Vita if you like zombie games.
I’m always a big fan of console games finally making their way to PC shores. This is because we PC folks are a friendly, accepting, group of people. We’re happy to accept all games of all genres, more so when they’re suited for our format of choice. However, at the same time we also don’t like to feel like we’re being fobbed off with badly thought out or shoddily optimized ports. Does Zombie Tycoon have the brains, or is it dead on arrival? Here’s what I think.
Camille is a huge Need for Speed fan, so after seeing theNeed for Speed: Rivals debut at E3, she decided to give it a shot on the PS4. This time they mixed aspects of NFS Hot Pursuit and Most Wanted into the game. The best parts from each. Check out Camille’s impressions of Need for Speed: Rivals.
War, war never changes, especially when it’s World War II. Change or not, WWII is likely the most covered piece of history in all of popular culture. Games have had a long love affair with it, even though there’s been some recent neglect from First Person Shooters. Strategy games, on the other hand, have kept up this affair and will always continue go hand-in-hand with the war. Following this trend we have a new strategy game, Tank Operations: European Campaign by indie developers Linked Dimensions, and here’s what I think of my time as commander of the Allies.
Do you like brick-breaker games? Have you not heard of BreakQuest: EE? Read on, if you’d like, but rest assured – this freemium game is worth whatever investment you choose.
Self-flagellation is an interesting part of human nature. We all have a tendency to punish ourselves, either by watching B Movies, playing what can only be called B Games or simply whipping ourselves until it bleeds while bleating like a lost calf. What makes flagellation interesting is that we do it because we enjoy it. Blood Knights, the story of Jeremy the vampire hunter and Alysa, the moody vampiress, is something that you will either love or hate. Here’s what I think.
Uzumaki Naruto is a character that has never officially made the leap to PC before, tending to stay in safer grounds like the consoles and the Hidden Leaf Village. Well, this little ninja has decided to take that risk is necessary and make that transition. What we have is the updated version of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm with extra content, fixes and changes. Has this move been worth it? Here’s what I think.
Atomic Ninjas is an easy game to jump into. Though not very deep of a jump, it offers a surprising bit of strategy and assortment of multiplayer options. Is this one of PS Vita’s best indie games?