Falcom is awesome! They’re the ones responsible for games like Ys Seven, Gurumin, and Legacy of the Wizard on the NES (those are my favorites anyway). It’s too bad that Falcom isn’t as well-known in the US, though. But luckily, one of their classics is being remade for download on PSP thanks to XSEED. Since my friend Leroy is a big fan of Falcom, too, I had him review Brandish: The Dark Revenant, so check it out!
Pokemon Shuffle is a puzzle game downloadable for the Nintendo 3DS. It plays similar to other puzzlers like Candy Crush, Bejeweled, Puzzle Quest, or Puzzle & Dragon. The game is also free-to-play, with in-game purchases, which is unusual for a 3DS eShop title to have. So is it worth downloading anyway? Read on to find out!
If you enjoy futuristic high speed racers like F-Zero or WipeOut, then you’ll want to check out AG Drive. Hundreds of years in the future, mankind has mastered anti-gravity technology, and high speed races over twisty roller coaster tracks is the sport of the future. AG Drive is a silky-smooth, super-fast racing game that you can download on iOS devices (reviewed on iPad here).
LuckyPop isn’t really a game, but more of a useless time-waster app for iOS (reviewed on iPad here). It’s a virtual gift-giving app you play with friends on Facebook. Read on to find out how it works.
It’s the 20th Anniversary of the original PlayStation! Well, technically 2014 was, since it was released in Japan in 1994. BUT, I’m counting the US release, which was 20 year ago. So in honor of that, here is a list of my favorite original PlayStation games! Keep in mind that list this isn’t in any particular order, though. All right, let’s begin!
Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time is one of their most successful series, and they’ve made tons of video games based on the property (believe me; I’ve reviewed a lot of them). Their newest title, Game Wizard, is one of the most creative I’ve played yet! One day, Finn and Jake are walking through the forest when they come across a magic book and pencil surrounded by all sorts of strange runes. When they use the pencil to draw themselves in the book, their sketches come to life and they go on an adventure to stop the Doodle Wizard. And now you can draw your own adventures, too, as the game lets you draw levels using graph paper and scan them into your tablet! Adventure Time: Game Wizard is available for iOS, Google Play, and Amazon, but reviewed on iPad here.
A few years ago, I reviewed Hyperdimension Neptunia on PS3. It’s an anime-inspired RPG, and now you can play it on your PC via Steam with a few added features. My friend Robbie reviewed this new installment for me, so check out his review here.
A new Kirby game is being released this week: Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. I’m always excited when a new Kirby game comes out. I like Kirby games better than Mario titles! And usually when a new Kirby game comes out, I like to write a blog about Kirby. So this time I’m going to write about my LEAST favorite Kirby games. Why so negative? Well, Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is actually a sequel to Kirby Canvas Curse, one of the games on this list. But don’t worry. None of the games on my list are BAD games. There’s no such thing as a bad Kirby game. I just like these games less than others. And this list isn’t in any particular order either. So let’s roll!
A new SpongeBob SquarePants movie was recently released in theaters, and features the cast of the Nickelodeon hit cartoon in the real world. Fully computer animated in 3-D, SpongeBob and friends fight evil by turning into silly superhero versions of themselves. Now you can continue their super adventures with SpongeBob HeroPants for 3DS, 360, and Vita (reviewed on 3DS here).
Pix the Cat is a new classic styled arcade-like game with modern visuals and aesthetics. You can download it on PC and PSN, but my good friend Robbie Allen reviewed it on Steam here. He seems to have really liked this game, so do be sure to check out his review!