Advance Wars: Days of Ruin, is a turn-based tactics game released for the Nintendo DS and 3DS January of 2008. Developed by Intelligent Systems (the minds behind such acclaimed titles as the Fire Emblem and Paper Mario series), Days of Ruin has stood as the most recent edition to the Wars series for the past…
Innovation in gaming is a beautiful thing in many cases. As with all things in life, the good and the bad come and go with each new concept that passes under programmers’ fingers. But in a world where most triple A titles are filled to the brim with the same chest-high walls and ballistic rifles,…
Loot a castle. Slay a dragon. Betray friends and poison neighbors. Sounds like the perfect Friday night. Munchkin is a hilarious card game based on role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. However, unlike DnD, there is no Dungeon Master required to create the game’s story. All gameplays are decided by the cards and the players….
Set in a dystopian world that gives off a overwhelmingly steampunk vibe, “Dishonored” challenges its players to bring justice to the corrupted officials of a once functional society. Players are presented with a large variety of methods to play though the game, each requiring differing levels of finesse, patience, and self-control to pull off that…
Popular among computer games, League of Legends is an online game that connects gamers all over the world. Consisting of multiple servers, the game is accessible in Oceania, Latin America North and South, Russia, EU Nordic and East, Turkey, Brazil, and EU West. The fourth season ends November 4th with the 5th season around the corner.
The job of a marketing team is a precarious one. Previous to the release of most high budget AAA games, there is a notable increase in advertisement for the coming product, be it on TV, Facebook, Twitter, or any other popularly consumed medium.
Bejeweled, a relatively standard game that many people play, can get old just moving colored blocks one space at a time. Puzzles and Dragons (P&D), an app that requires the internet, takes the common game that everyone enjoys and introduces creatures and monsters while maintaining the challenge of puzzle games.
While one has to realize that to review the entire BioShock series is sort of a ridiculous task in itself as it covers an immense and radically diverse amount of ideas, gameplay, and characters, one must also have to come to the conclusion that to not to do this review would have been extremely parasitic as well. Despite this terrible catch in the end, a hand was forced to write this review by the recent disbanding of the Irrational Games team, the creators of the BioShock series. Recalling that a man chooses while a slave obeys, and in an effort to do the game some justice and possibly influence someone who has not played any or one of the three segments of the series, a basic overview of its titles are provided.
The leaves of a thousand year old oak tree rustle in the wind, causing him to press his back more firmly against the small boulder he has taken refuge behind. It’s common knowledge that the forest is a dangerous place to be during certain times of the day. Turns out that a UFO landing is indeed one of those times.
In a world where everyone and everything is at a man’s fingertips, Chicago’s darkest secrets come to light. Aiden Pearce’s quest for revenge leads to forays into Chicago’s dark underworld of human trafficking, gang activity, and corruption. Although this story could easily have all of the fixings of a world-class game, Ubisoft failed to deliver with “Watch Dogs.” From the lackluster graphics to the poor driving mechanics, the game certainly is not the blockbuster it was made out to be.