Review | Drive to Hell
Feb05

Review | Drive to Hell

When you think of first person shooters, you tend to think of hulking space marines barreling down a corridor. When you think of platformers, mascots of all different colors and sizes spring to mind. When you think of shoot-em-ups like Drive To Hell, convention would make you visualize either airplanes or anime girls, depending on your mood at the time. Thankfully, Drive to Hell is a breath of fresh air, defying convention while also...

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Unbroken Interview with John Araujo
Sep22

Unbroken Interview with John Araujo

Check out Unbroken by John Araujo for iOS and Android coming real soon. Unbroken is an auto scrolling hack and slash with randomly generating enemies and increeasing difficulty with progression. In the meantime, here’s an interview to give you an idea of how badass this is going to be. And remember to be a good person today and head over to the Random Assault Facebook Page and hit that Like button because numbers justofy...

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Why BioShock on iOS isn’t the end of the world
Aug09

Why BioShock on iOS isn’t the end of the world

When I first heard that BioShock was being ported to iOS, I joined the gaming community in letting out a collective sigh and agreed that a mobile version of one of the most revered console games of all time was not something the world needed. However, since the announcement and after much thought, my outlook has changed. Maybe mobile ports of games with a level of BioShock status just might be what the gaming community needs to see...

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Munin Review
Jun19

Munin Review

Munin, the new Norse themed platform flipping puzzler from Portuguese developer Gojira, reminds me a bit of a restaurant one might visit at a theme park. Its graphical style is immediately striking, but this serves as little but window dressing, and the meat of the experience is a standard mix of puzzle and platform elements that have been combined here in a unique and yet familiar package. To extend this metaphor beyond its breaking...

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Jungle Rumble Review
May12

Jungle Rumble Review

Rhythm games in general are uniquely polarizing; they fit a niche demographic that essentially fall into one of four groups, each represented by the heavy hitters in the genre. You have your Guitar Hero group that’s hell bent on perfection and speed, your DDR-gonauts who are always searching for arcade machines and competitions to stomp on giant buttons for cash, your drunken, party-going Rock Band members who just want to mess...

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