2.5 out of 10 Review

Papaton Review
Papaton Review
Do you like rhythm games? How about cute graphics? What about Chinese knock-off games which infringe on so many copyright laws it'll make your head spin? If you're a fan of the rhythm RPG series Patapon, get ready to get angry.
Pocket Land Review
Pocket Land Review
LUSYO Entertainment has released Pocket Land, their debut title featuring puzzling, strategic, and grid-based world design. LUSYO boasts that we will be able to create our own sandbox world by shaping the landscape as we see fit. As nature takes its puzzling course, trees and mountains eventually form, which provides mankind with the wood and rocks needed to help jump-start society. Is Pocket Land
Ark of Sinners
Ark of Sinners
Disappointment is a funny thing. If you knew the bad news coming from a mile away, maybe it would dull the sting. What happens when you have high expectations and hopes, only to discover those dreams don't exist? Ark of Sinners Advance shows you beauty only to snatch it away and give you the head of Medusa. This is a bait and switch on the most elemental of levels, and it really is a sin that this
Duke Nukem II
Duke Nukem II
There's no denying that Duke Nuke is a colossal figure in gaming's shared cultural memory. Sure, some of his games might not have been the best and they were always controversial for one reason or another, but Duke is an icon who many older gamers remember quite fondly. And now one of his earliest adventures, Duke Nukem 2, has been released on the App Store, set to bring nostalgia to some and a ta
N.Y. Zombies 2 Review
N.Y. Zombies 2 Review
There's not a very big difference between the words "love" and "loathe". I mean, sure, they're complete opposites, but they sound very similar. N.Y. Zombies 2 is a game that tiptoes the very fine line between enraptured exultation and a hailstorm of expletives. Did it fulfill my Z-Day dreams or was it nightmare of epic proportions?
Thrust Magic Review
Thrust Magic Review
There is absolutely nothing magical about Thrust Magic, an increasingly frustrating and ultimately infuriating game that is way too difficult for its own good. It's okay to craft a space adventure with a high level of complexity, especially when the struggle is worth the entire journey. But Thrust Magic, a title that attempts to describe itself as a game of skill that is not for the fainthearted,