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by jphillipw at Yesterday at 2:31 PM
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First-Person Shooters; love ‘em or hate ‘em, this niche of gaming has a very loyal fan base who are vociferous defenders of the genre. With the advent of GoldenEye on N64, and Halo for the old Xbox, the FPS user base grew by leaps and bounds (this reviewer got sucked in by both). With such a large user base, it only made (fiscal if not practical) sense (¢ents, anyone?) for mobile developers to try to get in the “game” and make money on the deal. Since the first mobile FPS, there...
by jphillipw at Friday at 9:44 PM
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As an early adopter of technology (especially all things Microsoft), I jumped early into Windows Phone 7 on the HTC HD7S. Many of the complaints at the time, including lack of A-list apps, continue to this day even though many of the complaints are no longer valid. One of the reasons for the lack of apps was, reasonably, that developers did not want to spend time and resources coding apps for an OS with such an obvious lack of market share. The big kids on the block continue to be Android and iOS...
by jphillipw at Friday at 12:28 PM
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The only thing I’ve ever appreciated from my brother-in-law was when he convinced me to buy an X-Box instead of a GameCube. If Mario Brothers on the NES was a gateway drug, then Halo: Combat Evolved was pure heroin. When Microsoft (Paul Thurrott, really) announced that they were releasing a Halo series game on Windows Phone 8, I was elated and cautious at the same time. The iconic Halo games are, after all, first-person shooters (notwithstanding Halo Wars). As has been proven time and again,...
by jphillipw at Friday at 9:32 AM
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The “Zombie” genre has been beaten to undeath. Every time another zombie title is released, the mobile gaming community groans collectively. I must admit to being very skeptical of the game at first because of this.

While I am a fan of post-apocalyptical settings, I do not like the gore associated with zombie titles. I felt pretty safe here, though; it’s a card game. The basic premise is that the Zombie Apocalypse has begun, and you’ll do anything to get to your girlfriend. By anything, the developers mean beat the zombies to death...
by Koppper at Apr 15, 2014
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Many of us try to blend our personal life’s with the virtual one. At times the balance seems to work, but other times it seems that there just isn't enough time. You're deep in an event, and your clan, guild, or team is relying on you to come through. Problem is you have a large family dinner to attend at your new girlfriends! Do you run secret bathroom missions, or ask to step away for a smoke, when you don't even smoke. Sure these examples seem a bit extreme, but blending these two things seems to be a tough thing to do.

In my own...
by Jewmangi at Apr 13, 2014
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Star Wars Assault Team is turn base RPG with a collectible card game model. The game starts you off in the perspective of Han Solo where he has been captured by the empire. You navigate him through a tutorial in which consist of a few missions and the conclusion of the first act. This means the rescuing of a few rebels and pretty nice scenery of the Star Wars world.

Let's start this off by saying everything Star Wars Assault Team does right. The gameplay is simple overall and is easy for anybody to pick up and play. The game starts...
by Jason Pang Yi Jie at Apr 5, 2014
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Welcome to the fashionably late Mobile Gaming Review of DUNGEON KEEPER, a popular PC gaming franchise turned Essence of Bile (pun intended for those who have tried the game). After its release in early 2014, the title has raised a raging controversy over its ratings-rigging, had furious fans out baying for blood over the butchering of a great gaming franchise, and even had the original game designer expressing disappointment to BBC. For its work, EA Games has garnered record breaking reviews of 0/0.3/1 from users and fans.

For those...
by NeoCHI at Apr 5, 2014
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by Gideon Graves at Apr 2, 2014
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I'm speechless. I have no words to accurately describe how wrong I was about Smash Hit by Mediocre. I scrolled past this game multiple times when perusing the Google Play Store, and not once did I think it any more than an extremely popular Breakout clone.

I could not have been more wrong.

Smash Hit has no story as far as I can tell, and to be honest I think that is for the best, because this game doesn't need any introduction, it simply asks you to survive by destroying the beautiful glass objects, while a...
by Jewmangi at Mar 27, 2014
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Lionheart tactics is what the title says, it is a tactics game similar to final fantasy tactics. So if you have been looking for a good tactics game to kill some time on your phone look no further. The story of Lionheart Tactics starts you off in your castle. You wake up suddenly due to dark forces breaking the barrier that once held them at bay. The game starts off with a tutorial battle and from there you are trying to save the world from the dark forces.

If you are a fan of old school tactics games, Lionheart Tactics will feel...