Greg Srisavasdi has been covering press junkets and reviewing films since 1991, where he covered the movie beat for the UCLA Daily Bruin. After years working as a entertainment radio journalist for Westwood One, he currently writes and edits for DeepestDream.com. If he's not watching a movie, you can catch him glued to his iPad, playing iOS games and refusing to grow up!
Crusaders Quest Review (iOS)
Crusaders Quest is an RPG title that's on sensory overload. Steeped in nostalgia with its 8-bit pixel aesthetic, this adventure is a bit hard to take in upon the opening moments.
Polyform Review (iOS)
If you're looking for a three-dimensional, match-3 style experience, Polyform is up to the task.
Rescue Quest Review (iOS)
Though it swims within a well-worn genre, Rescue Quest offers up enough magic to keep gamers coming back for more.
Call of Duty: Heroes Review (iOS)
If you're ready to devote weeks and maybe even months to an app, Call of Duty: Heroes holds an ample amount of firepower.
Kromaia Review (PC)
Kromaia is an arcade shooter that leaves you stranded in space on a mission to defeat several gods threatening the universe.
Agent, Run! Review (iOS)
Agent, Run! is 2D endless runner which has gamers playing a James Bond type agent who's attempting to take down an evil professor and his minions.
Twisty Hollow Review (IOS)
Twisty Hollow is a puzzle game that's inspired by creating items that will feed or satisfy the denizens and animals of this strange town. You're in charge of keeping the neighborhood from self-imploding, and for a spell it's actually fun being the town's puppet master.
Super Glyph Quest Review (iOS)
Super Glyph Quest has gamers playing a magus who wants to bring a bit of magic back in the world. An RPG and puzzle hybrid, it's an adventure that may keep you hooked for hours.
Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle Review (Nintendo 3DS)
Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle is based on the Cartoon Network animated series, and although it's essentially hack-and-slash fighter, the Tenkai universe infuses this adventure with some much needed flavor.
Angry Birds Transformers Review (iOS)
Angry Birds Transformers features our favorite characters as Autobirds and Deceptihogs, and though the pun is downright cheesy, its heart is in the right place.