Reviews / Video Games

Game Review: Solitairica

If you’re a fan of PopCap’s Solitaire Blitz, Game Freak’s Pocket Card Jockey, or any number of puzzle-meets-RPG offerings such as Puzzle Quest or Puzzles And Dragons, then Righteous Hammer Games’ newest release, Solitairica, might be the perfect way for you to scratch that itch.  It’s classic Solitaire rules, the same ones you’ve been playing …

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Hearthstone Deck Of The Week: Tempo Warrior

Are you sick of playing the same Taunt Warrior and Pirate Warrior decks?  Want to play something that feels a bit more like an old-school Warrior deck, where board control is the name of the game, and you’re relying on pure strength instead of gimmicks?  This week, we’re bringing you a classic Tempo Warrior deck, …

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Skullgirls: IOS Review

Skullgirls is a 2D fighting game developed by Reverge Labs and published by Marvelous and Autumn Games.  The game was released originally through the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade on April 10, 2012.  A mobile version of the game, which this review is focused on, was developed by Hidden Variable Studios and published by Line.  This mobile …

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Game Review: Miles & Kilo

 

If you’re a fan of classic NES and SNES platformers, or their modern counterparts like Shovel Knight, then Mike Burns’ newest release for iOS just might be right up your alley!  Miles & Kilo is the sequel to 2013’s incredibly charming Kid Tripp, a retro-styled endless-runner-meets-platformer – only this time, the kid has a dog on …

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Zombie Gunship Survival Review

Zombie Gunship Survival is the sequel to popular original game Zombie Gunship.  In the original, you play as an aerial gunner tasked with defending a bunker from a never-ending horde of the undead.  The action dynamics were simple – hold and drag on the touch screen to move the camera, and then tap the ‘fire’ …

5 Mobile Games You Can Play Offline
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5 Games to Enjoy Offline

Whether anyone wants to admit it or not, we’re all addicted to one game or another.  There’s nothing worse than playing your favorite games and having to stop because there’s no internet. But not all games are data guzzlers. Some games are great offline too. Here are five of our favorite picks to feed …

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Five Fantastic Board Game Apps For iOS

The board game industry has been going through something of a renaissance the last few years.  It’s not just Monopoly any more!  From lighter, casual games like Tsuro Of The Seas or King Of Tokyo to more substantial and heavier games like Agricola or Race For The Galaxy, friends and families are rediscovering the simple …

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile
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RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile (Review)

It’s no surprise that Atari is responsible for the ever so popular RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile Game. It screams nostalgia from the music to the roller coasters.  As soon as I started the game, I was brought back to when I was a kid playing the PC version of RollerCoaster Tycoon.  It feels great …

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Hearthstone Deck Of The Week: Murloc Paladin

Murlocs are on the rise, and with Journey To Un’Goro, they’re better than ever!  This week, we’re bringing you a slightly different take on the classic Murloc Paladin deck – rather than being a straightforward aggro deck in which you simply try to rush your opponent before he has time to react, this deck takes …

News / Opinion

Mass Effect: Andromeda Team Repurposed

The latest Mass Effect game has received lukewarm critical praise and harsh online reception.

Recently, according to News Editor Jason Schreier in the article published on Kotaku entitled “Sources: Bioware Montreal Scaled Down, Mass Effect Put on Ice For Now,” the team behind Mass Effect: Andromeda has been pared back and purposed to providing support …