Air Control Lite is a highly addictive game offered in the Google Android Marketplace. Jay Booshay recommended the game to me about two weeks ago, and I’ve been playing it profusely on my Motorola Droid X ever since. Air Control Lite doesn’t have superb graphics, sounds, or special effects, but what it lacks in flashiness, it makes up in simple yet addicting gameplay. Click below to read more of my review of Air Control Lite.
Dungeon Defenders: First Wave was released on December 23rd for Android devices through the Android Market for $2.99. It is the first game to use the Unreal 3 engine on the Android platform, which has been previously used for the iOS platform for iPhones this year. How does this game hold up to some of its competition? Keep reading my review of the Dungeon Defenders: First Wave game for Android. Continue reading
If you have played the new Goldeneye 007 for the Wii, you will be pleasantly surprised. I had been expecting a near-identical copy of the previous Goldeneye for 64 but the Wii version, while following the same basic story/layout of the original game, is completely new. How does it hold up versus the original Goldeneye 007 for Nintendo 64? Which is better? Keep reading to see my comparison. Continue reading
If you got Call of Duty: Black Ops, like I did, for the holidays, or purchased it yourself, you were probably looking forward to a new and improved multiplayer mode. Unfortunately, the same problems still exist in Black Ops multiplayer as they did in Modern Warfare 2. Call of Duty Black Ops multiplayer sucks until they fix the same problems with it that MW2 suffered from.
Have you ever picked up an issue of the Official Xbox Magazine? I found a link for a $5 subscription a while ago on Amazon and thought I would give it a shot. If you are a long-time Xbox 360 player, and try to keep up to date with previews and reviews of new games, then it is a pretty good magazine to pick up. Keep reading my review of the Official Xbox Magazine.