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There really isn’t much to say about LEGO Technic Racing, because there really isn’t much to the game. It’s a free to play title made to advertise a line of toys, and it does the bare minimum necessary to achieve that goal.
I’ve got to admit, when I first picked up Out There, I was expecting a fast paced, side scrolling, shoot ‘em up in space; you know the kind of game I’m talking about.
If you’d like to recapture some nostalgia, show your kids a simulation of what you used to play with, or just remind yourself why the set ultimately wound up confined to the back of the closet until you went to college and your mother cleared out your room with a yard sale, downloading Groove Racer is a great way to do it.
Despite whatever minor flaws the game has, Deadlings is an overall fun game with heart and a fun sense of humor.
Casters of Kalderon has the potential to be an interesting MMORTS to play over time.
Call of Mini: Dino Hunter comes from Triniti Interactive at the height of their talents.
3 years have passed since Legendary Wars was launched on the App Store.
Two steps forward for mobile gaming. One step back for controls.
Ever since Super Mario Kart first hit the scene, a formula has been created which many have tried to capitalize on: Cartoonish racers + silly items + outrageous racetracks = Fun and profit.
Are you growing weary of all the excessive realistic immersion that Call of Duty provides? Do you find yourself stopping mid-match in a Halo session in awe of your teammates’ tall and lanky bone structures?
Lucky Frame’s unassuming title Bad Hotel is a surprisingly delightful take on a popular genre, tower defense.
If you’re a Playstation fan, you’ve probably played a game in the Grand Theft Auto (GTA) franchise. Heck, if you’re a video game fan, you’ve probably played a game in the GTA franchise.