PROPE is great at creating fun little minigames that might not support a full retail release, but work perfectly in a portable format. It's a shame, then, that Yuji Naka's studio doesn't really have a whole lot of content on iTunes. What's there is good, though, so make sure you check out 10 Count Boxer...
Little armored dudes have been venturing far into dank catacombs and endless dungeons for many years, yet we still haven’t learned that few adventurers ever make it back out alive again. Living to fight another day just isn't in the cards for the wayward hero in 100 Rogues. As with most “rogue-like” RPGs (and to an extent, recent smash hit Infinity Blade) there's no end in sight in this dungeon – just an unending horde of enemies and the lure of a high score. Why then would you want to risk life and limb just to trudge a one-way path towards impending doom? Simple: Satan’s down here somewhere, and you've been instructed by the high council to slay him. Easy-peasy...
PAX Prime 2012 was full of good games both big and small. We covered the big ones, now here are our favorite indie titles that we saw in Seattle...
Last month, we selected the seven best games of the year (so far) and, although only halfway through 2011, the competition was already intense. Many outstanding titles had to be cut and many editors’ feelings had to be hurt.
But that was the easy part. Now comes the true torture – the week in which I reluctantly delve into the dank, dark sewer that is the bottom of Metacritic’s review rankings to bring you the extreme opposite end of the spectrum. For every Portal, there’s a Party Megamix. For every Zelda, a Thor. These are their shameful stories...
Swear words are used in film, TV and games to glorious effect. But sometimes the sheer quantity of obscenity causes the words to lose their meaning. Ever the cultural explorers here at GR, we’ve compiled a list of the ten swearing-est games we could think of. Then we grabbed footage from the first hour of each, and chopped it down to just the dirty words. Very scientific.
Check it out. But remember: this video is categorically
See one of Capcom's oldest games as we play through this arcade classic...
To check out our previous Under the Radar coverage, check out Day 1 and Day 2.
Who did: Cold War
And live in: Prague, Czech Republic
The outfit behind recent Xbox release Cold War, the game best described as a crap Splinter Cell, announced this buddy shooter back in October last year. Since then, nothing. We haven't seen any fresh screens or details in a long while and the game was absent from E3.
Is it still in development? There's no evidence to suggest
Football is all about scoring. Actually, screw that. Football is all about rubbing the other team's noses in it when you slam one in their net. And there's no better game for being a showboating SOB than EA's upcoming FIFA World Cup game. Below you'll find some of the funniest and downright stupid ways to celebrate goals in the game, which range from dancing, doing a Cantona, to faking a stroke.
Remember there's no such thing as being
Gaming technology has come on so far in the short thirty years since Space Invaders and Pac-Man. But what if it hadn't? What if, say, Nintendo's first black and green-screened Game Boy was the only console that had ever existed?
A terrifying thought, indeed. But we reckon our favourite games would probably look something like this:
Being the internet connoisseurs that we are, we stumbled upon a highly amusing article that pondered the deadly serious question of what superheroes would do if they were assholes. After we’d successfully boarded the roflcopter, we knocked up our own version starring game heroes abusing their skills. So if you’ve ever wondered what would happen if Solid Snake used his powers of super sneakery for evil, you’ve come to the right place…