All we really want to do is talk about the iPhone 4S
and all the amazing-looking games we'll be playing shortly thanks to the
pairing of the A5 processor (from the iPad 2) and the Retina Display (sadly
still not on the iPad), but we have a job to do, and this week's slate of iPad
offerings is superb throughout, thanks to...
talk unexpected badasses, id shooters, and Jobs loss...
October is the busiest month of the year. At
least, that's what we're telling ourselves now, while we pretend November isn't
a thing that's happening. November’s release list is even larger than this
month's, which is so large that reading this is taking valuable time away from
everything you want to be playing. We feel bad for anything braving the storm without
a major publisher behind it. We're also hoping those games wind up as secret
We're digging into some quick-hit offerings this week,
headlined by the long-awaited native iPad appearance of the Katamari Damacy
franchise, along with Monsters Ate My Condo, a wild match-three puzzler from
Adult Swim Games. And on the second page, we've got the awesome
asteroid-dodging affair, Bit Pilot, as well as a blaze-battling,
family-friendly physics puzzler called...
Familiar names dominate our latest look at recent
worthwhile iPad releases, as lead review Crimson: Steam Pirates comes from Halo
developer Bungie – but while it's a slick (and free!) offering, it's not your
standard in-house creation. Next up is the iPad 2-only version of PC adventure
hit Machinarium, which shines on the touchscreen tablet, followed by...
Complicated friendships, Gears of War 3, and a brief encounter with Felicia Day...
Platform: Steam | Publisher: EA | Developer: EA | Price: Various
All the best deals seem to end up on Steam and this week is no exception as Sega launch a massive sale that's set to last until September 27th. What's included? Only a collection of over 50 titles for you to indulge in including Alien vs. Predator, Alpha Protocol and a stack of Total Wars and their DLC.
Fear not, non-PC/Mac players, we've got you covered for DLC too. Just hit the link to see what else we've selected for you.
a videogame hero has more than one or two adventures under his or her belt, it
simply isn’t enough to just have an archenemy anymore. To keep things
interesting, they need a foil, a rival, or some other angry opposite number
obsessed with matching wits with them. Sometimes, those characters stick around
long enough to make themselves an indelible part of the series, even going so
far as to make friends with the
protagonist – although more often than not, their friendships tend to be shaky
at best, and even those involved might never fully admit to them. Relationships
like that tend to make for gaming’s most enduring and interesting rivalries,
and what follows are some of the most notable...
Arguably one of the highlights of Tokyo Game Show is all the cosplayers that come out to strike a pose. Couldn't make it to Japan to see them for yourself? Well, we've got a gallery full of some of the best and brightest...
We're checking out the latest offerings from a couple
recognizable names in the world of console gaming this week: VidRhythm, the
wacky video creation from Rock Band developer Harmonix, as well as DrawRace 2
HD, a touchscreen-oriented racer from Trials HD creator RedLynx. Elsewhere,
we're tackling an alluring music-addled puzzle game called Radballs, as well as
checking out the second in the series of Serious Sam-inspired indie games...