Since Google has yet to implement an option for publishers to offer their apps and games for free on a limited time basis. This is possibly going to change since they are allowing magazine publishers to do just that. Though it is not in place for anything outside of their “newstand” we feel it is […]
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Hitting theaters in less than a week, Thor: The Dark World has already shown up on Android and iOS for gamers to enjoy prior to checking out the movie. Based on the movie but not a companion app, Thor is a full blown game using the Dungeon Hunter engine (why fix something that is not […]
When Mario took to the race track, it was an unknown situation- never before had a gaming mascot as popular as Mario taken to such a drastic change from the norm. Sure, Mario had already shown he could find success with games othe than action adventure before, kart racing was also a new genre unto […]
Remember how cool Star Fox was back in the day on the Super Nintendo? Remember how cool it was to see the series hit the Nintendo 64 with those updated graphics? While ARC Squadron: Redux may not be a title by Nintendo, ARC is quite the homage.
3D puzzle titles are nothing new, we have had them for years, but as with this style of game, each has a unique pull. Robo & Bobo has cute graphics, challenges players to think like programmers and you know you want to reunite the robot with his teddy bear.
While many feel that the Angry Birds franchise is overdone and stretched pretty thin, Rovio has found another facet to exploit the birds and pigs. Yes, the birds and pigs are going karting.
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 […]
It is no secret that I am a fan of 2.5D gaming, have been since I first saw the Sega Saturn in action at a local Electronics Boutique running Clockwork Knight. It saddened me to watch the 32-bit and subsequent generations go by with very very precious few releases in this style. It seemed so […]
Anyone that has read Gaming on Batteries for very long knows I am a gamer from back in the day. When I say that, I don’t mean from when the PS2 was released, I mean back when the Atari 2600 reigned supreme, I was there for the release of Pitfall for instance, though young, I […]