Once again Friends I Handheld Lover have been the quintessential lab-rat and have thoroughly tested Nvidia’s online game streaming service known as Grid. The servers that are doing the grunt work for the Grid streaming are located in San Jose California; and surprisingly with me being way in Tampa Florida and not having the recommended […]
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Ah yes friends we are gathered here to see if this Sony PlayStation Vita exclusive is awe-inspiring or just an okay game?
Hello fellow gamer’s Handheld Lover here getting you armored up for an adventure of monstrous action!
I feel the need to feed! Welcome back friends Handheld Lover here to tell you all about a shark game that has all the bases covered on being a well put together game. First and foremost this is a stellar example of the free to play model everyone is so head over heels about these […]
Hi fellow gamers! Handheld Lover here with the low down on Madden NFL 25. I’ve tested this game on my Nvidia Shield. I must admit this game stinks! The graphics suck as well as the game play with or without using the gampad mapper feature. Worse you get ripped off for real money and time […]
Yet another Zombie Survival game for Android and yet another review by yours truly Handheld Lover. Dead on Arrival 2 is a few steps above the original in every respect. It has improved graphics and controls along with some mild story elements. While not the huge upgrade everyone was wanting, this is still a game […]
Oh yeah this is a personal pleasure doing this review. It was this games predecessor that got me to see Android as a true gaming platform. And thankfully this sequel has everything the original did and more!
Ahh so you came back! Welcome back friends I just hope you are ready for what lies ahead of us. We will be facing legions of zombies and I’m not just saying that I mean we really will have hundreds of zombies on screen at anyone time. Yes good times are ahead as long as […]
Ah my victims I mean friends you have returned for yet another one of my typed monstrosities I mean Articles. All jokes aside this game not only lived up to all of the hype surrounding it but some how it surpassed it!
Hexic Rush is an updated version of the original puzzle game, Hexic, that has been available on most mobile phones and Windows PC’s for years. Originally created by Alexey Pajitnov, of Tetris fame, Hexic Rush hides it addictiveness behind a simple looking multi colored screen that beckons the player on.
Jewel Quest is not a new title, at least the series has been around for awhile, though iWin has decided to start recycling game names. Here gamers are treated to a quest style game in the same vein as Candy Crush Saga, right down to the linear path, in app purchases for power-ups and a […]
The first Where’s My Water game was well received here at Gaming on Batteries, scoring a mid range 80′s in our review over a year ago. The second title is just what a sequel should be, more of the same that hooked players, with a dash of new to keep fans interested and coming back […]
Contra is one of those titles that helped cement Nintendo in the psyches of many gamers of that period. Gamers knew about Contra whether they had a Nintendo Entertainment System or not. The majority of those probably played it thanks to having a friend that owned the system and game or Nintendo’s genius level at […]
He-Man, the 80′s cartoon that was originally supposed to be an animated Conan show but was changed towards the end of the creation process. While this license has seen some games in the early 80′s on systems such as the Atari and Intellivision, it didn’t reappear till the Game Boy Advance overhead action game based […]