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Articles tagged with "Action Games"

Demolition Inc. THD unleashes the anarchist in you

There’s just something about causing mass destruction that attracts us to video games. Sure, we’ll go along with the story and missions, but from to time we’d like to go the path less traveled and reign terror and destruction on as much as possible. Demolition Inc. THD strips away the complica ... Full Article »

September 15, 2012 3:30pm

Mass Effect Infiltrator is worth the price of admission

This year, Electronic Arts closed the chapter on the Mass Effect trilogy. While the controversial ending left a bad taste in many gamers’ mouths, EA games Mass Effect Infiltrator takes a stroll away from the series path. Stripped of the trilogies staple RPG element, Infiltrator focuses on fast-pac ... Full Article »

August 8, 2012 10:30am

The Dark Knight Rises Android game is an ambitious failure

I can't help but be attracted to big AAA-style games on my phone, because what got me into gaming in the first place was the big actual-AAA games on the computer. So whenever Gameloft cranks out one of their 2GB games, I pay attention. The Dark Knight Rises, which follows the story of the Batman fil ... Full Article »

August 2, 2012 7:00pm

Major Mayhem recruits above-average gameplay

With their latest offering, Adult Swim restrains from the motley crew of wacky and zany characters and gameplay in favor of a more direct approach. Placing you in the trenches with their newest recruit Major Mayhem (who managed to skip a few ranks), he tries to save his girlfriend from the clutches ... Full Article »

July 21, 2012 1:00pm

Android game Dead Trigger doesn’t always hit the target

Madfinger is synonymous with high caliber mobile games. With Samurai II: Vengeance and Shadowgun under their belt, gamers everywhere were genuinely excited for the next game in development. So when Dead Trigger was announced pre-E3, players didn’t mind it being another zombie game and were giddy o ... Full Article »

July 18, 2012 3:00pm

Swim to evolution with Lightopus

Like another favorite before it, Osmos, Lightopus takes you to the lowest common denominator of organisms struggling to survive. While the cells of Osmos maybe on an even lower scale of the evolutionary ladder, the organisms within Lightopus are just as fun. Adding a shade of colorful atmosphere com ... Full Article »

July 13, 2012 1:00pm

Death Rally FREE is perfectly tailored for mobile consumption

For those who have never heard of the 1996 original, it may be too easy to peg Death Rally FREE as Reckless Racing with guns. In reality it’s much more than that. While the game does share the same isometric view, its inclusion of weapons puts this vehicular combat gameplay in a class of its own. ... Full Article »

May 2, 2012 4:30pm

SoulCraft moves heaven and Earth to prove it's still in beta

Even waving the beta banner, it’s pretty difficult to forgive Mobile Bits latest dual stick third person RPG, SoulCraft. It contains a multiplayer component that’s yet to be available, littered with bugs and and an onslaught of enemy A.I. that’s too sad to be comical. Yet I can definitely appr ... Full Article »

April 5, 2012 4:30pm

Tank Hero: Laser Wars ups the visuals at the expense of levels

While more and more mobile games are striving to be console-like, smaller arcade tittles other than Angry Birds still provide engaging and addicting gameplay. Developers Clapfoot Inc returns to their familiar forte with a sequel to the original Tank Hero called Tank Hero: Laser Wars. With a new game ... Full Article »

March 21, 2012 4:30pm

Android App Video Review: Soulcraft THD

Not much back-story is given thus far, but clearly angels and demons are going all out, and Earth is their battleground. Seeing massive fiery chasms in the middle of cities and destroyed highways definitely sets the right tone. There are numerous locations based on several cities and three playable ... Full Article »

February 16, 2012 12:48pm

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