Tiny Tower, the latest game from the folks at Nimblebit, is the subject of today's review. As the games title suggests, you are in charge of building a tower.
REBUS - Absurd Logic Game is a wordplay game by Jutiful for mobile devices, including iOS and Android. It's a colorful, interesting puzzle game with some pretty big flaws.
LittleBigPlanet 3 was released last Tuesday for PS3 & PS4. It's easily one of my favorite current-gen games, and I'd like to tell you a little bit about how I feel about this iteration so far.
"CSR Classics by NaturalMotion (iOS and Android) is a surprisingly addictive drag racing game brought to you by the same people who delivered big with CSR Racing years before. I tried the original CSR Racing game many moons ago but never stuck with it, mainly because, I believe, collecting and racing the cars offered to the user were not interesting for me. This problem is well solved in CSR Classics, where the drag racing is taken to a fictional ""strip"" (think Las Vegas)."
There have been hundreds of golf video games out in the market, maybe even thousands, but very few actually make a mark. Below are ten of the best golf video games we have ever played.
Top 10 Xbox 360 games rated within this article. Personal reviews, recommendations and information on Xbox 360 games.
Exclusive to the Xbox 360, Street Fighter II Hyper Fighting lands on the Xbox Live Arcade. Considered to be the greatest in the Street Fighter franchise, this is the third installment in the series adding hyper speed to the world renowned Championship Edition. This is an arcade port of the original; no graphical changes and no remixed soundtrack. This is the classic just like we remember with a raw tiger knee to your face.
"Where's my water is the latest water physics puzzle game put out by Disney Mobile. Help ""Swampy the Alligator"" divert water from his fellow water thieving alligators to his bathtub so he can take a bath."
Super Punch-Out is an impressive boxing game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It features great graphics, cool music, tight control, and excellent replay value. This game should be considered one of the greatest boxing games in video game history
Out of all the great games I play each and every year, it seems there is one title per year that I can't seem to put down until it gets naturally lost in the shuffle of other games, and gradually fades from memory. In all honesty, I really, really didn't expect the reemergence of Nintendo's long lost hero Kid Icarus to be that game.
LEGO Universe is a massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) that was launched in October 2010 by Warner Brothers. Although the game is rated for players age 10 and up, it also appeals to adults who are gamers and who have grown up with LEGO. Players are able to play in two different worlds for free, though universal access to all features requires a monthly $10 subscription. Players download the game from the LEGO Universe website and then access the game on secure servers. The game is available in English and German.
Asura's Wrath is a genre-defying video game developed by CyberConnect2, and published by Capcom. CC2 is probably best known for their work on the dotHack and the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja franchises. Here they've crafted a stylish and over-the-top revenge tale, loosely based in Hindu and Buddhist mythologies but with a sci-fi bent. It's also one of the most underrated titles of 2012.
Battlefield 3 was my most anticipated first person shooter (FPS) game of the year. The previews looked stunning, but there was some fear that what was in the previews was the PC version, and would be watered down to play on the consoles. Thankfully console owners will not be disappointed.
Start with a underdeveloped town (you name it yourself) and build it into a metropolis. Or, take on the challenge of rescuing a city overwhelmed with problems. Either way, taxes, zoning, crime, transportation, education, fire control, and other critical issues are in your hands.
"Did you ever think how much you paid for ""free"" games you downloaded? Did you remember paying 5$ or even more for that weapon to be able to fight harder monsters and bosses? Or alternatively, you had to grind for gold coins for almost a week to be able to get that weapon, how did it feel? Did you miss the old games you paid once to own the game? There were nothing like ""pay to win"" then... Are you fed up with endless in-app purchases that lead you nowhere but purchasing even more?"