The dragon riding rail shooter has returned! At the helm of Crimson Dragon is Yukio Futatsugi, who was the director of the first three Panzer Dragoon titles. Alongside Panzer series composer Saori Kobayashi, Crimson Dragon has taken up the dragon rider's mantle which hasn't been occupied since Panzer Dragoon Orta was released in 2002. It looks like Sega has wanted to leave the series alone, but an oppressive industry hasn't stopped rambunctious, dragon riding heroes from rebelling, right?
When crime is rampant and the streets of the city are literally filled with bad guys, who do you want to save the day? According to Xform Games' new endless runner, Super Hammer, you call on The Hammer.
If space is the final frontier, Stellar Wars is packing a full suitcase. An app which crams space shooters, real time strategy warfare, and role playing game elements all into a tight enchilada, it's an adventure filled with sensory overload. Ambition and scope, when combined with effective game play, can create an instant classic, and maybe this adventure is as stellar as its moniker.
I'm not a hunting guy at heart, and since I'm pretty much a city slicker, the great outdoors also don't hold much of an appeal. All that fresh air wrecks my pollution infested body, and the thought of seeing a bear up close isn't exactly on my bucket list. I was expecting a simple aim and shoot experience with Deer Hunter 2014, as this app would be another amusing yet forgettable app that I'd eventually delete. Were my first impressions wrong, or should I really fear the deer?
Shmups are unfortunately a dying genre, but we're going to keep them alive with our list of the 10 Best Shoot 'Em Ups. When you can call in air strikes from cover, shank zombies in the neck, and fly faithful models of real life aircraft, the idea of a simple side-scrolling shooter just doesn’t appeal to many people
Marines. Zombies. The two have become commonplace in video games as of late, and Action Mobile Game’s 2013: Infected Wars brings the two of them together like peanut butter and undead jelly. With so many games featuring zombies and marines, how, then, have the developers managed to keep things feeling fresh?
Projects born out of adversity can either shine or disappoint. That adversity can only serve to light the creative fire or snuff it out completely, only to be shoved out the door -- unfinished -- into the light. Video games are a complex collaborative art form, but when too many people have their hands on the code, some things are bound to go awry. The Bureau: XCOM Declassified did not have an easy birth, but can it possibly live up to the glory of its older brother, XCOM: Enemy Unknown? Let's gaze into the unknown in the hopes we find some life out there.
At the recent Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer reveal, Activision kicked off the event by showing us some Call of Duty Facts That Will Blow Your Mind. The sheer numbers that this franchise has managed to pull in are astounding
Shooters today have always focused on the glorious battles for righteousness in space and on Earth. It isn’t often that you get one that focuses on the nitty gritty of the criminal underworld. The seedy people are concerned with one thing -- money. Payday 2 makes no apologies for its name or its gameplay. You’re a thief, murderer, drug trafficker, and anything else that bad guys do to get paid. Let’s see if Payday 2 actually has something of value in the vault, or if the cops are lying in wait to haul it away from your game collection.