Let’s get a few things answered right now. Do pretty graphics interest you? What about humor? Pulling off combos? Exploration? Boss battles? How do you feel about chickens? Does the term “MetroidVania” pique your interest? Do you have a PS3 and/or a Vita? If you answered yes to any of those questions (minus the chicken one), go ahead and do your PSN library right by stocking a fresh copy of Guacamelee!
Germinator is from the bubble pop genre, the type known best by the Bust-A-Move/Puzzle Bobble series. In Germinator, the player is faced with rising germs, and needs to shoot down germs of matching colors in order to eliminate them.
No other game in recent memory has tapped into my dreams the way Papo & Yo has. While it may have some slight technical issues and the story may feel lacking in some ways, Papo & Yo is a beautiful display of imagination with the inclusion of emotion that is rarely found in video games.
When Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken was first first released for the PlayStation 3, I had fun with the demo but other games already topped my wanted list and the game was relegated to the “someday” pile. Then, when I got my PS Vita, I did like many other gamers did and thought of what PSN games I’d like to see come to the handheld system. Rocketbirds: HBC topped that list, so I was very happy when the announcement was made. Rocketbirds was well worth the wait.
Sky Fighter is a side scrolling airplane game set in the early 1900′s and taking place presumably during WW1. As such the planes are all bi-planes, as one would assume. Check out our review.
Retro City Rampage is the perfect time machine for gamers that lived through the 80′s and 90′s and truly a very fun and entertaining history lesson for newbie gamers that where too young to enjoy games from the previous generations.
Camille and Richard have both been digging Trine 2 on PlayStation 3 and Trine 2: Director’s Cut on Wii U. Check our their impressions of the game below.
There’s a distillation that becomes apparent when playing Labyrinth Legends. This is a game that focuses on a some key elements, sprinkles in other familiar aspects of the genre from which it derives, and is light on what takes away from the core. What it does almost feels like a new genre, but Labyrinth Legends is going to have a familiar feel to it – especially for those well-versed in dungeon exploration.
Unlike the 2010 release of Medal of Honor however, Danger Close created both the Single Player and Multiplayer parts of Warfighter using the gorgeous Frostbite 2 engine. In Medal of Honor 2010, Danger Close made the Single Player while DICE created the Multiplayer part of the game. So Warfighter is the opportunity Danger Close needed to prove they are a top level developer. But did they succeed?
Let me preface this review with some points that to some, may make me unfit to review a Doctor Who game. I am not familiar with the series, I am not a big fan of puzzles shoehorned into other genres, and I do not care for frustratingly difficult games.