Hello again, folks. We’re back with more Weekly Time Wasters, a list of online games that are good for burning some time. Without further adieu, I present to you this week’s list! Pan Man Main Host Site: Newgrounds Genre: Arcade Find it here! Pan Man is an… interesting beast, to say the least. It’s the type of more »
Urban Trial Freestyle Price: $6.99 System(s): 3DS Release Date: June 27, 2013 Publisher (Developer): Tate Multimedia S.A. (Tate Interactive and Strangelands) ESRB Rating: “Everyone 10+” for Mild Violence Those with access to PSN or the PS Vita, you probably already know exactly what Urban Trial Freestyle is. After all, it started off as a PSN game more »
San Francisco Bay Area-based publisher Maximum Games have announced today that they will be showing off three new disc-based compilation titles at E3 2013, Worms Collection, Worms: The Revolution Collection and The Serious Sam Collection. Worms Collection was released only a few weeks ago on the Xbox 360 and PlayStaion 3 and includes the original versions of Worms and Worms 2: Armageddon, more »
Moments after Microsoft’s E3 2013 press conference the company has sent out press releases detailing each game confirmed to be appearing on he Xbox One, including four launch titles. Xbox One Launch Titles Check out this list of the four Xbox One games available to buy ta the console’s launch this November: · Dead Rising 3 more »
Halo faithful have been waiting for the next installment in the hit first-person shooter series. Microsoft’s next step is one I doubt any of us saw coming. The next game is Halo: Spartan Assault, a top-down, twin-stick shooter for Windows 8 devices. The games, after all, are about shooting as many alien attackers as you more »
Most gamers above the age of of twenty will have probably heard of SNK’s fabled Neo Geo console at one point during their youthful years. Being an exact hardware copy of SNK’s MVS arcade system, the Neo Geo quite literally brought the power of an arcade machine into the living room. Too bad it cost more »
SNK Playmore’s handheld Neo Geo X allows gamers to relive the glory days of SNK’s ridiculously expensive Neo Geo home arcade system. With 20 pre-loaded Neo Geo games, an optional arcade stick and an optional docking station that allows for games to be played on the TV, both the standard package and the accessory-including Neo more »
In an era where arcade game graphics were along the lines of Space Invaders or Asteroids (i.e., blocky, crude line drawings), games like Dragon’s Lair were major quarter-eaters. I easily blew $50 trying to beat the dragon, or, more accurately, trying to navigate the castle only to be smacked down long before I made it to the actual lair. While this is a major arcade classic, it is so on graphics alone (that’s a screen shot, and miles ahead of the the black-and-white games there were still common when Dragon’s Lair came out). Game play is simple in principle. The knight, Dirk the Daring, enters a room. Some part of the room will flash (and this can be very subtle).
Storytelling has never been the strong point of most technical fighting games and, for the most part, players don’t seem to mind. However, the cries of a Capcom fan requesting better story modes has been responded to by a Capcom employee who revealed, funnily enough, that Capcom are thinking along the same lines.
Vita owners need to stop by the PlayStation Store today to pick up PlayStation Home Arcade. We may not have the Second Life-ish app on our systems, but we now have its arcade. The collective of classics is being released as a free app for our handhelds and through it we can play some pretty more »
indiePub poses the question of who can stuff the fattest turkey with this goofy iOS and Android game, Turkey Stuffin’…
If you have ever plunked a quarter into an arcade game, if you have ever picked up any type of game controller, you will enjoy extra appreciation for Disney’s latest animated feature, Wreck-It Ralph.