Tweet Rewind to 1992 for a moment, three games thunder onto the arcade scene- Street Fighter II: Championship Edition, Mortal Kombat, and X-Men. Joining the likes of The Simpsons and TMNT: Turtles in Time, arcade cabinets were still the kings of gaming.
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Tweet In the new frontier of mobile gaming, the industry giants have remained conspicuously silent. Granted there have been a few toes dipped in the water, but the big boys don’t exactly dominate the iTunes store. In that vein, Square Enix has been as tentative as its peers to pony-up in this wild west of […]
Tweet The small development company Mika Mobile hits a home run with their third-ever title: Battleheart, an iPad Game of the Week. Available across the iOS platform, Battleheart retails for a paltry $2.99, a seemingly small reward for those who created such a delightful game. Mika Mobile’s two previous titles Zombieville USA and OMG Pirates, […]
Tweet Second in the series of popular Diablo-clones, Dungeon Hunter 2 takes the series in a more complete direction, while keeping those qualities which made the original an addictive experience.
Tweet Originally released May 2009, to the US by Atlus, for the PlayStation Portable (PSP), Crimson Gem Saga was ported to the iPad/iPhone more than a year later, hitting iTunes in August 2010.
Tweet The iPad has released and people have been going gaga over Apple’s newest creation. But why? The device creates this confusing genre somewhere between your smartphone and a laptop, trying to overpower the field of netbooks. But does it excel in any of these areas?