Fruit Ninja-Meet Scott Pilgrim The Game Bakers have proven to me that a quality game capable of capturing a core gamer's attention is possible on an iOS device. Previously, I was able to review Squids Wild West for them. SWW took the lighthearted humor and quick level mechanics of an iOS title and combined them with a deep strategy game and engaging story. Now, they present their newest foray into a different genre, and even though it is a completely different genre, they still bake up a quality gaming experience.
Fighting games have been popular this generation. Super hero games have also been popular. Why not combine the two concepts for a fighting game about super heroes? Injustice roars onto the fighting scene with a lot to offer, but is it for everyone?
The ghosts are back and up to their old tricks. Professor E. Gadd and the Poltergust 5000 are looking for Luigi's help in ridding a valley full of ghosts from their mayhem. While recently friendly, the disappearance of the Dark Moon has turned these kind spirits into tricky, rotten, and downright mean versions of themselves. Can Luigi save the...well...night again?
I’m sure a lot of you have never heard of Black Rock Shooter the game. It was released two years ago in Japan for the PSP and has branched off into Manga’s anime series. Inspired by drawings by illustrator Ryohei “Huke” Fuke, the game has been localized by NIS Amercia for the PSP/Vita. So how does this two-year old game hold up?
I have always loved Star Trek and always wanted that really great Star Trek game. When I first saw a preview for Star Trek: The Game I thought this one might really be good. After about an hour of playtime my hopes for a great game were vaporized like so many red shirts in The Original Series (TOS).