Who says critics can%26rsquo;t create? We%26rsquo;re happy to announce the launch of Rune Raider, a PSN arcade game that was developed by our good friends at Qore and PlayStation: The Official Magazine. Rune Raider is surprisingly addictive with tons of levels and colorful visuals.
In Rune Raider, you%26rsquo;ll need to carefully pilot your flaming ball of steel past monsters to break keystones while avoiding monsters and collecting as many gold coins as possible. When the level%26rsquo;s hourglass runs out of sand, monsters become enraged, and crashing your ball into the keystones becomes increasingly difficult. Luckily, you can reset the hourglass every time you break a keystone. Strategic players will be rewarded for planning their route through each of the game%26rsquo;s many levels, maximizing the effectiveness of each keystone they break and the number of coins they grab.
Rune Raider also features some impressive voice work by PTOM%26rsquo;s Editor-in-Chief, Rob Smith. Now, we won%26rsquo;t be the only ones who know what it%26rsquo;s like to be constantly bomblasted by his intimidating declarations.
While you%26rsquo;re at it, check out the latest episode of Qore for details on Assassin%26rsquo;s Creed 2, Modern Warfare 2, Lost Planet 2, and Battlefield: 1943.
Jul 2, 2009