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.
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PlayStation Vita + PlayStation Vita TV + PlayStation 4 Still Are Not = To The Gaming Android Gaming Tablets Offer!
Hello friends! I have got a wonderful world of rich gaming to introduce you to and show you why it outclasses anything that Sony’s consoles/handhelds have to offer! First things first lets go by complete cost. I’ll start by using the newly announced PlayStation Vita TV at 100$ which seems like a very good deal. […]
Welcome back friends! I hope today to not only to scratch your itch for retro gaming but, to also show you why the Nvidia Shield is one of the perfect platforms to scratch that itch. I will be listing which emulators work with the Nvidia Shield and what Frame Per Second speeds most games run […]
Many have tried to dethrone the mighty Nintendo from their pedistal built around hand held gaming. Those same companies have failed, some damn near into bankruptcy over their failed hand helds. It takes clout, it takes deep pockets and exclusive titles to even make a dent in the armor that the Game Boy built.
Pinball is a genre that has been hit or miss on mobile devices, especially touch only ones, since the experience is quite visceral and physical- bumping the table, the music and the lights just to name a few niceties. Most pinball titles over the years have lost out on quite a bit of the fun […]
Side scrolling action platform games on portable devices that don’t carry the Nintendo lable are rarer than rooster’s teeth nowadays, that is why it is so awesome to see one available on Android. Paper Monsters by Crescent Moon Games is just that, a 2.5D action adventure title with its roots firmly planted in the 16-Bit […]
In gaming it is customary to continue any series that is successful all the way to the point of being stupidly inane to the average gamer (how many versions of Street Fighter II has Capcom been peddling for the last 20 years that don’t advance the game at all?). For some, Angry Birds has passed […]
Hidden object games are quite popular on Android and iOS devices partly due to the touch interfaces offered and Brandmania is another HO game in a long line of click and find games. The story here is that someone stole the brand logos and distributed them in hard to find hiding places in Asia, New […]
Okay, kart racing games used to be THE thin in gaming, that should date me pretty well for the readers, but in recent years, they have kind of dropped off the radar for most developers. We had greats like Mario Kart (which still lives on with every new Nintendo system), Crash Team Racing and many […]
When I first started playing Cave Story on PSP, I didn’t “get it”, I thought it was rediculous- pushing DOWN to enter doors, really? Then after I got over my problems with a few design choices like that, I became the recipient of what I have come to call my latest digital addiction. Playing into […]
Continuing the horror titles on PSP from the third issue of Gaming on Batteries Magazine, we have Manhunt 2 – Otherwise known as that murder simulator from Rockstar by more squeamish media types, the second game in this series doesn’t try to scare you with hordes of rampaging zombies or blood-thirsty vampires. It just puts […]
Continuing the horror titles on PSP from the third issue of Gaming on Batteries Magazine, we have Dead Head Fred – It’s often said that game designers must have a screw loose somewhere, but nowhere in the portable gaming scene is this more accurate than this utterly unique tale of a hard-boiled detective who gets killed […]