RoboCop, developed by Glu Games Inc., is the video game tie-in for the 2014 film of the same name, which is a reboot of the RoboCop franchise that began in the late '80s. It features a critically-injured police officer named Alex Murphy who undergoes a procedure at the hands of a conglomerate called OmniCorp. Thanks to the company, he is reborn as a cyborg called RoboCop.
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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?
Who doesn't like smashing things with obnoxiously large vehicles, destroying whatever, and whoever, gets in your way? Now you can with Indestructible! For free! Can I borrow your car?
Bombshells: Hell's Belles had me at hello with its testosterone driven premise. In a Top Gun driven world of air battles, you play a sexy female pilot bent on clearing the skies from meathead flyboys from the T.O.O.L organization. With a beautiful lady manning your sky fighter, a healthy share of missiles and world beating gunfire at your side, who could complain? The biggest bombshell, and it's not a good one, is the importance of skybucks.
Even if your feet are firmly planted on concrete, the intricate attention to detail may draw you into the Campers! universe. It starts with the beautiful title sequence, which seemingly evokes a very tranquil and halcyon camping ground. You hear the sound of birds in the background, and the faint sounds of the lake, and everything feels right. But if you look closer into the photo, there is a mosquito, a bee, a skunk and a mysterious figure waiting to pounce on the doe eyed children.