Centipede: Origins review

When you think of the 80s, what comes to mind? Glam rock bands, Journey, Ghostbusters, Slimer Ecto Cooler Hi-C, Super Mario Bros., Bon Jovi, the Reebok Pump, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Trapper Keepers, and for a large number of gamers, Centipede. Apple has made a killing marketing products to ...

Quarrel Review

Those of you with iOS devices might already be familiar with the game Quarrel. For me, it was an entirely new game. Knowing little about the game before actually playing it, I assumed it would be your typical Xbox LIVE boring board game. So you can imagine the ...

Review: Street Fighter X Tekken iOS is a step in the right direction for the mobile fighting genre

One can argue the fighting genre wouldn’t be the same without the Street Fighter games. Yes, I remember going to the arcade, throwing in some quarters and throwing down on Street Fighter as a kid. For some, Street Fighter is the best, period. Now, with technology blooming, the Street Fighter ...

Infinity Blade II Review (iOS)

When the original Infinity Blade debuted on iOS devices last year, it really pushed forward the mobile gaming market. The way it produced unmatchable visuals for the iPad and iPhone platforms was really a thing of beauty. Even though the gameplay wasn’t anywhere near what, say, Dark Souls had to ...

RayStorm review (iPad/iOS)

Out of all of Taito’s classic shooters, aside from the Space Invaders offerings, I really have an admiration for RayStorm. First released on the PS One long ago (through Working Designs), the game’s grown on me with its Zuntana-produced soundtrack, strong 3D graphics (running at 60 frames-per-second — ...