Archive for November, 2015

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Lack of Piracy Killed the PS Vita

As Sony pulls the plug on first party Vita development I feel they didn’t put forth their best effort. The Vita had a bigger screen but the higher resolution made text and icons smaller. It had more inputs but the main buttons and joystick were smaller. In my opinion the fatal flaw came from the […]

Live Your Apocalypse Movie Dream in Please Don’t Touch Anything for Android

Everyone has probably had that dream when watching one of those end of the world movies where it comes down to a protagonist and one option to either end the suffering or keep fighting.  Usually signified by the big red button somewhere in the movie.   Well, now gamers can live that dream in Please, Don’t […]

Overhead Action Shooter, Crimsonland, Hits Android with Somewhat High Price, iOS Free?

Anyone that remembers the Internet in the late 90’s and early 2000’s will probably remember the plethora of overhead shooter games we saw around that time.  There were a ton of them.  Even further back you may remember stuff like Smash TV and Total Carnage with some fondness.  Crimsonland is similar to those games but […]

2D Side Scrolling Action Platformer, Pauli’s Adventure Island, Hits Google Play

Action fans are sometimes forgotten in the world of Android as there is a plethora of many magnitudes worth of fans that “love” those freemium time management games like Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff and many others.  It is sad, this is a genre that once ruled gaming and now it is relegated to […]

Q*Bert Homage Title, Bunny Leap, Jumps onto Google Play and iTunes

It is not all that often that we see an homage title based on Q*Bert and that is a shame.  While Q*Bert is quite a misunderstood retro gaming title it is still a good one.  The idea is pretty simple, just change all of the tiles on the screen to one color and you will […]

Disney Sued For Copyright Infringement: Was “Wreck-It Ralph” Stolen?

Back in November of 2012, Disney released what would be a very successful full length feature film, that was a throwback to the retro video game world. When “Wreck-It Ralph” was released in theaters, it brought in a lot of revenue for the company, and was considered to be a success not only at the […]

Fantasy War Tactics Released Worldwide on Android, Brings another Turn Based Strategy based RPG to Gamers

There are not a lot of turn based strategy role-playing titles available on Android.  I just did a collection of six of them and honestly, now there is seven.  Yeah, less than 10 total titles that can fit the genre requirements of turn based action, upgradeable heroes and maps of some sort that require you […]

Shooty Skies Takes Crossy Road Idea to Overhead Shooters

Overhead scrolling shooters are usually easily forgotten by fans.  I am not sure why this is but the close cousin that is known as the side scrolling shooter has always taken the cake with gamers.  Overhead scrolling shooters are a viable, and interesting lot, if given the chance.  Most of the team that brought us […]

Sinister Edge Brings Psychological Horror to both VR Headsets and Normal Android Handsets

It is not all that often that you will see a new title that supports cutting edge technology like virtual reality headsets and another, less technically impressive format such as normal handsets.  That is why it is so interesting that Sinister Edge, a new horror title, does indeed do that.  Sinister Edge purports to be […]

Mortal Kombat X Mobile Adds Jason Voorhees, Who Else Needs a Spot on the Roster?

Jason Voorhees has been added to the mobile version of Mortal Kombat X, after already hitting the console and PC versions.  This is great news for fans of the game since it means they can earn another, cooler, character to play as.  My question is, what other characters deserve a chance in the series?  Should […]

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