Tekken Card Tournament is a cross platform free-to-play card game that mixes mobile gaming with real world gaming. Based in the world of Tekken, Tekken Card Tournament is pretty much a game of chance in so many aspects of the game. Each player begins with no cards in play. From here you can only do one of the three options available to you which is 'Focus' what this option does is draws a card from your deck, it offers no form of protection, nor does it attack the other player. The other two options available are Strike, and Block which are pretty self explanatory...
As a The Walking Dead fanboy I was ecstatic when the comics were being made into a TV show and then super ecstatic when said TV show was being adapted into a video game that you can download in episodes! The entire concept of not having the whole game at once and there being true cliffhangers sold it to me immediately.
The latest addition to the Army of Two series received a warm welcome from me, a long time fan of the games, and despite previous pessimistic thoughts initially, it’s extremely refreshing to be back in the ultra-violent world in which The Devil’s Cartel takes place.
I've been holding this review back until I'd fully completed the game and now I finally have let's get to it! Tomb Raider is essentially an origin story of how Lara Croft came to be the bad ass that we all know and love. Despite being a origin story Tomb Raider throws you straight into the action without so much as an introduction to who Lara Croft is and why she's going where she's going..
It's been almost two years since Gears of War 3 and you'd think that there was no more room for another instalment, you would be wrong and I present to you Judgement. Before people say that it's spelt wrong, I KNOW IT IS!
Ahh the humble tower defence game, it's manifested itself in many forms but the initial concept remains the same; stop the enemy from getting to your surprisingly vulnerable "End Zone" by placing towers along the enemies path that come equipped with a range of different gun turrets, Telsa coils, or ray guns on top of them. When I decided to take a look at Steam Wars a multiplayer tower defence game on Facebook I was hoping for the same "ho-hum" experience that you get with most TD games, but it's surprisingly different.
When I heard that a game called Dollar Dash was coming to Xbox Live Arcade and PSN I wasn't sure what to expect. I usually expect games that have "Dash" in the title to appear on mobiles that involve Diners or Diamonds with the game play being as poor as the title themselves, but I was surprised with Dollar Dash and it's looney top down criminal mayhem.
Tuesday (19th) marked the release of the next episode to Ubisofts epic Assassin's Creed 3 DLC; The Tyranny of King Washington, this time with 'The Betrayal'. The newest episode was released to Xbox and PC on the 19th and then on the 20th for Ps3 users. It follows on from exactly where 'The Infamy' left off with our animalistic assassin, Ratonhnhaké:ton captured and being transported to Boston by Isreal Putman....
Everything about this game screams "a game for kids" the name is cutesy "Nutty Fluffies" and the icon and screens for the game show cute little animals riding in a rollercoaster. Nothing about the appearance of this game made me want to play it, so for a while I haven't. Until last weekend when I took the plunge just for the lulz. This game is bad ass, and hardly a game for kids!
Miner Wars 2081 is not usually the type of game that I would go for, and since this game was given to me to review, despite my doubts, I took up this task with an open mind, so here's my review!
The one main video game selling point for me is whether there's a local multiplayer or whether online multiplayer has a split screen option. This is because me and my wife spend most evenings playing Call of Duty online, or partaking in a few hours of Tomb Raider. It's often frustrating when a really great game comes out that's one player only both within the game or online. When I saw a trailer Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel demo I hoped that it would be as good as the trailer made it look and it is...
Sometimes the simplest idea can be the greatest. It’s with that in mind that I find myself currently addicted to a little game for Android by the name of 7x7.
You're given one category, one letter, and 94 seconds to guess as many words as possible to get the high score. That is basically the concept behind 94 seconds and it's insanely addictive.
Square Enix have released their popular platformer Mini Ninjas on iOS, turning the massive action-adventure into a side scrolling quest. Side scrolling games on iOS in general are a mixed bag, however Mini Ninjas hits the spot and is a great little game...
When a developer CCP put forward the idea for a first person shooter set in the already established universe of EVE online, offering cross game and platform play you can’t help but fill with excitement. Actions in one game would affect the political and economic status of the other. Once again however I find myself baffled at the false promises of a game that would be ground breaking and unique if i wasn’t finding myself looking at what can only be described as a mess.