Cytus – review

Cytus – Review

Rhythm games are as hard to find these days as fanny packs and Surge.  With the declining interest of the popular plastic-instrument pastimes of Guitar Hero and Rock Band, there just is not much of a demand for those types of games anymore.  Luckily, there are still enough diehard fans of the genre so good…

Geek review: ibb and obb

Geek Review: ibb and obb

Sparpweed Games recently released a 2D platform game that is pure fun, called ibb & obb. This game is made for cooperative play and that is apparent from the very beginning. Game Review As soon as the game begins, you are immersed in a world of color and playfulness. The game weaves ibb and obb,…

Bioshock infinite: review

Bioshock Infinite: Review

“Booker, are you afraid of God?” “No, but I’m afraid of you.” And so begins one of the greatest games I have ever played. Revolutionary. Game-changing. Magnificent. Extraordinary. I run out of superlatives trying to sum up exactly what Bioshock Infinite has managed to achieve. More than anything, I think, Bioshock Infinite is an important game…

Temple run 2 review

Temple Run 2 Review

Keep Running The original Temple Run has been downloaded 170 million times. 170 million. That’s ridiculous. The small indie developer, Imangi Studios, who created the monster, could have never have predicted the game’s success. The game is based on a simple concept. Essentially, you run for as long as possible without running into a tree,…

Devil may cry review

Devil May Cry Review

DMC Original Still Makes Me Smile I have to admit, I’ve never been a huge fan of hack’n’slash games. Bayonetta, Ninja Gaiden, God of War, Dynasty Warriors: none of these titles have ever particularly piqued my interest. However, something about Devil May Cry has always captured me. The original DMC, released way back in 2001,…