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Posted by Joshua Ramey under Reviews on 24th March 2014 at 2:00am
This retro-inspired game has recently made it's way to the Nintendo 3DS in a special deluxe edition. How is it, you ask? Read on to find out.
After working for three years as a henchman of a major crime organization led by the Jester, "The Player" runs into a time-traveling phone booth (T.A.R.D.I.S.) during a bank heist gone wrong. The booth travels from 1985 into thr year of 20XX where it then breaks down, leaving The Player stranded. He soon meets a scientist. . .
Posted by Daniel Grana under Reviews on 13th March 2014 at 11:00pm
It was the middle of 2012 when a Swedish man developed an entire game all by himself in his game studio, in his spare time may I add. This man is called Bertil Hörberg. Bertil finally unleashed his piece of interactive art also known as a video game to the world. This game was called Gunman Clive and became purchasable on any IOS or Android device for just,£1/euro/dollar. An incredible price. The game eventually rolled onto the Nintendo 3DS in early 201. . .
Posted by Daniel Grana under Reviews on 9th March 2014 at 12:00am
Evofish is a brand new game for the WiiU eShop developed by studio "Moving Player" who develop mobile, tablet and console games. You can purchase the game on the eShop today. Is this game a swimmer or a sinker. Read on to find out.
The whole game toys around with Charles Darwin's theory of Evolution and Natural Selection/survival of the fittest. You are a small fish that must eat your prey in order to grow and move up the food chain whilst avoidi. . .
Posted by James Mayell under Reviews on 27th February 2014 at 9:30pm
I'm a big fan of independent games. There's a lot of indie game developers out there nowadays and many never fail to impress me with the sheer amount of creativity, passion, originality and dedication they put into their games. You have your big game studios creating impressive graphics and stunning game play, and then you have your indie devs creating exactly the same on their own or in a small team, but often with more soul!
Knytt Underground is an interesting one, a game that you c. . .
Posted by Daniel Grana under Reviews on 27th February 2014 at 6:00pm
It's that time again for WiiU and platform game enthusiasts to crack open their wallets as the king of swing is back. When I mean King of Swing, I meant Nintendo's famous prime ape mascot Donkey Kong and not the late jazz musician and performer Benny Goodman who was known as the "King of Swing". Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (DKC:TF) is the sequel to the excellent Wii title Donkey Kong Country Returns (2010), a return to Donkey Kong's 2D roots that first b. . .