Sonic games were invented by Sega and their fame successfully replaced Alex Kid. It defeated a lot of other creations amidst flurry of new games being created literally every other day. Sonic has come a long way since its launch in late 1991 and several games released later on, have lots of goodies in [...] . . . → Read More: Top Five Sonic Games Of All Times That Every Gamer Ought To Try Out
Planet Crashers is a playful, story-driven RPG with a colorful range of characters and a massive universe to explore. Players take on the role of one of the youngest and brightest cadets to graduate from the esteemed Planet Crashers Academy. Your first assignment couldn’t be much bigger…destroy the unknown evil which has emerged from a dark [...] . . . → Read More: Planet Crashers 3DS – Coming to Your World July 26, 2012
Ok folks let’s get old school once again, or a new twist on the concept at least, with the release of SINE MORA published by DIGITAL REALITY (Budapest) and GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE (Tokyo). SINE MORA is a visually stunning game, a sort of 2D/3D look to it with incredible vista’s and set pieces which I have [...] . . . → Read More: Sine Mora – Shoot Em Ups Grow Up
The new Dungeon Defenders game from Trend Entertainment and Reverb Publishing launched last Monday, October 17 attempts to set a new standard for tower defense game play. Our review is based on the XBLA version only. With its brightly colored interface, and World of Warcraft like graphics, it provides a very challenging, entertaining, and possibly [...] . . . → Read More: Dungeon Defenders XBLA review
Will the Kinect ACTUALLY cost $150? Did Satoru Iwata reveal 3DS video chat plans? Will Final Fantasy Versus XIII grace the Xbox 360? Just How Much Is Kinect Going to Kost? $150? This is really the multi-million dollar question for the future of Microsoft’s venture into motion controls, the high-tech motion camera we’ve all had [...] . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Kinect Costs $150, 3DS 3D Video Chat, and FF Versus XIII on 360?
The waning years of the Super Nintendo was truly an exciting time to be a gamer. The period from 1994 to 1996 yielded a series of fresh, innovative installments to many firmly established franchises. I vividly recall paging through Nintendo Power in the mid-90s, eagerly looking at what splendors would feature on my Xmas list. [...] . . . → Read More: Does a Kid Icarus Revival Have Wings?