Games

Among Ripples

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Among Ripples is the product of a student project from a two-man team that went on to form Eat Create Sleep Studios. The title, an aquatic simulator of sorts, has been receiving plenty of praise since it was first made available to download for free on-line through Google Play, Desura, and most recently Steam. But, with such an immense opportunity for the duo’s debut, does this outing hold your attention, or is it an underwhelming experience?

Spoiler Alert

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Spoiler Alert is a PC and Mobile title that claims its gameplay tests your platforming skills. Developed by Megafuzz and distributed through tinyBuild, this game had recently dropped on the Steam marketplace as a collector’s edition. However, it wasn’t until recently that a standard edition of the game had become available at a reduced cost. But does this indie title end up a brilliant “comedy” entry, or is it nothing more than a running gimmick that goes on for way too long?

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions

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When Geometry Wars first debuted as a mini-game in Project Gotham Racing 2, nobody knew the beast that it would eventually become. Bizarre Creations noticed the popularity of this simple bonus addition and brought a stand-alone version to the Xbox Live Arcade back in November of 2003 titled Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved. A sequel was released a few years later, as was the spin-off titled Geometry Wars: Galaxies for the Nintendo DS and even the Wii. For 2014, Sierra Entertainment and Lucid Games brings us the third instalment, Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions, which takes the once simple two-dimensional twin-stick shooter in another plain of existence. But does this new entry into what has become a digital gaming franchise line-up to its predecessors, or is it a lifeless carbon copy that doesn’t need to exist?

Hail to the King: Deathbat

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Hail to the King: Deathbat is a PC title that kind of surprised a lot of music lovers. The reason being? Subscience Studios had entered into a partnership with the Alternative/Hard Rock group Avenged Sevenfold to put out a game based on the Deathbat. The band also acts as the publisher of this title. Released the day before Halloween of 2014, it has quickly become one of the more talked about games available for purchase within the marketplace. But is this really a good game, or is it a better marketing piece that requires users to pay to experience?

Game Review – Mummies Rising

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Mummies Rising

Mummies Rising is a first person shooter Action title available as part of the Indie Games push for Xbox Live. This is one of a few other titles released by underground developer Rendercode Games, who are responsible for the titles The Monastery, Avatar Kartin, as well as Hellhounds, which seems to be the same game as Mummies Rising but with demonic dogs instead. But even at one dollar [US currency], is this a game worth laying cash down for, or is is it more of a waste of money than a time killer?


Game Review – Abyss Odyssey

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Abyss Odyssey

The Chilean developers ACE Team have been hard at work since their recent release Zeno Clash II‘s port to the gaming console world. This time the company looks to expand the average action platforming title into that of a brand new form of side-scrolling fighter. Abyss Odyssey, their fourth official release, explores the regional mythology in a game where you descend into the depths of dreams to stop the evil force that is destroying the world. Atlus Games have picked up this entry, and after looking at what the title has to offer, it’s hard to deny this is right where this sort of venture needs to be. But is this expansive experience worth your time and money, or does this odyssey in no way live up to it’s own title?