My good friend Leroy loves the Geometry Wars games. In fact, I think he told me one time that Geometry Wars was one of the main reasons why he bought an Xbox 360! And he’s really good at it, too! I bet he could beat anyone one of you reading this at that game. Or at least hold his own for a long time. Anyway, because he likes the games so much, I thought he’d be perfect to review the new Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions game. It’s available for 360, Xbox One, PC, PS3, and PS4, but reviewed on 360 here.
The Last Tinker: City of Colors is a vibrant 3-D platformer in a world where you just don’t see too many of those anymore. Since it was on PC, I had my brother Nathan review it. So click to check out his take on this cool little game.
My good friend Leroy is back to guest review another game! This one is a whimsical puzzle action game that looks right up my alley! With a title like Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake, how can you NOT click to read his review?
I LOVED the original Half-Minute Hero. It was one of my favorite games on the PSP. Check out my review here. Now the sequel is out, and I’m a little sad because it’s for PC and I don’t have a Steam account (nor do I have time for one). But that won’t stop me from letting my friend Leroy review it! So what kind of game is Half-Minute Hero? Well, it’s an RPG you have to beat in 30 seconds! Wait, how does THAT work? Read on to find out!
Adventure Time is one of Cartoon Network’s most popular shows, and now there is yet another game featuring the adventures of Finn and Jake. Their computer friend BMO has been kidnapped (oh no, not BMO, he’s my favorite character), and now the boy and magical dog duo have to go rescue him in this beat ‘em up adventure on Steam. One of my younger brothers, Nathan Woodham, is a big Adventure Time fan so I had him review this game, so check it out!
Sugar, spice, and everything nice. Mix in a little Chemical X and you’ve got the recipe for a hit cartoon show that was super popular on Cartoon Network for quite a while. Even though it’s not on anymore, you can still catch episodes of The Powerpuff Girls on the Boomerang cable channel. And they recently had a TV special a few weeks ago, too. And they’re still going strong with a new PC game that my friend Leroy reviewed here. Check it out!