While we have reviewed both the iOS and Android versions of Plants vs Zombies 2, that was the version prior to this update. Why are we doing a news item on an update? Because this update changes quite a bit of the game, almost creating a brand new game while removing a lot of the […]
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We never reviewed the original Plants vs Zombies here at Gaming on Batteries for several reasons, the main one being we figured the last thing people wanted to read was yet more words on Popcap’s little line defense title (that is like writing ANOTHER review of Super Mario Bros 3). That is why I am […]
Tower Defense games are usually dark, not that graphically appealing and some seem to go out of their way to be weird. Storm of Magic by Shamrock Games has taken a different approach. Sure, there are routes the enemy takes and you place defenses in certain areas but look at the graphics.
In today’s mobile gaming market there seems to be a rift growing within the gaming community between gamers that want games to stay as close to free as possible and game publishers wanting to make as much money as possible off of their hard work. Many would argue this rift has been there since the […]
One thing this cell phone gaming phenomenon has done is that it has taken control of most games out of the hands of the gamer that is “playing” them. This is a design choice that gets more annoying depending on the genre of game that you are playing- running games are the worst offenders for […]
Puzzle games are a dime a dozen, really take a look at just about any distribution service and the puzzle section will probably dwarf the others, or at least give them a run for their money. Puzzle games have to have that edge, that intangible thing that pulls gamers in and
JXD have several hand held devices on the market from tablet designs (S9000 and the S7600) to 4.3 inch (S601) and 7 inch (S7100B) models that feature physical controls. The price range is quite varied also from under one hundred dollars to about $250 (not including shipping charges).