Back in June I reviewed a game called IonBall 2: Ionstorm, a block breaking game that required such focus and dexterity that it wasn't too long before my eyes were spinning around in the same way that a cartoon character's does after being hilariously and catastrophically injured.
The resemblance is striking…
That's not to . . . → Read More: IonBall 2: Ionstorm Tower Assault DLC Arrives With A FWOOOMMM!
It’s been a year since the launch of Battlefield 3, a remarkable game with varied missions in gorgeous environments, featuring a wide range of weapons and awesome array of vehicles. Since then DICE has been consistent in keeping up with its promised release schedule. DICE launches an expansion every three months and refreshes the . . . → Read More: EA’s ‘BattleField 3: AfterMath’ Game Review
A playable demo of Capcom’s forthcoming open world action–RPG, Dragon’s Dogma, will be available to download from Xbox LIVE MarketPlace and PlayStation Store ahead of the game’s release.
With your party of three Pawns, experience the different styles of two of the game’s character classes in two challenging encounters. A melee specialist skilled in . . . → Read More: Capcom Dragon’s Dogma – Demo And Launch Date Announced
Here we are again in the world of Anime, this time it's all about gods and mega beings. ASURA'S WRATH (sounds like something you get after a chili cook off) is a new game from CAPCOM and CYBER CONNECT 2. Like I have said before this is a game that is for . . . → Read More: Asura’s Wrath – Taking Anger To New Heights
Celebrate President’s Day this Election Year with Dungeon Defenders’ free President’s Day Battle Royale DLC
Suit up as Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and more to duke it out in Etheria’s Presidential Battle Arena, now available on Steam!
Twain Harte, California – February 20, 2012– Trendy Entertainment is raising a . . . → Read More: Beat The Candidates! Dungeon Defenders NEW DLC For Presidents Day
I wasn’t planning to write about E3 in this column as that will be discussed elsewhere, but there’s one trend in the gaming industry that E3 really reminded me of. No, it wasn’t motion control. Nor was it open-world games. It was downloadable titles. Once thought to be a curiosity full of vintage classics and . . . → Read More: Challenging Conventions 16: Bite-Sized Gaming