Good news for slackers, procrastinators, and ne’er do wells: Casual Collective’s Desktop Tower Defense Pro is now available, free, here. Enjoy 24 scenarios and a more robust tutorial, plus a bevy of other goodies, from new creep types to multiplayer mode. Hope you don’t have any afternoon meetings scheduled!
In a recent posting, I expressed curiosity about what makes a game a sure fire winner.Statistically, only two percent of games actually return a profit to their developers, so I asked the question, “Why do some games, like Grand Theft Auto, Halo, Max Payne and others become such winners in the marketplace?” One of you […]
Review by Meho Krljic Muscle March Developer Namco Bandai Publisher Namco Bandai Released May 26, 2009 Available for Wii (WiiWare) Time Played Half an hour (seriously) Verdict: 2/5 Rotten Egg “Not even its awesome gay power is able to save this barely-there game from spiraling down in flames and imploding with crushing boredom after the magic […]
Review by Meho Krljic Developer Radical Entertainment Publisher Activision Released June 9, 2009 Available for PC/Xbox 360/PS3 (Versions reviewed: Xbox 360 and PC) Time Played 10 hours Verdict: 4/5 Thumbs Up “Come on, you play games because they are about destruction, not creation. Admit it!!!” So… why do you play videogames? No, seriously, why do you […]
IGN has surprised us all with this review of Radical’s Prototype, one of the most anticipated and hyped games of the summer. A 7.5 may seem like a good score, but let’s remember that a 7.5 from IGN is a 1 from anyone with credibility. Moreover, the substance of the review is… chilly at best. […]
“By now, everyone interested has seen this year’s Microsoft’s E3 presentation. And everyone’s breath is predictably short. We knew. We knew Microsoft was going to announce a motion sensing camera system for its Xbox 360 gaming console. We still can not but feel excited. And predictably, I am here to tell you why you should […]
Because they say it’s good for publicity and stuff, you can now follow Tap-Repeatedly on Twitter! I… think… I set it all up right. And there’s a plugin installed. God, I need to learn some new skills. Personally I think Twitter is idiotic, but hey – more traffic.
So in violation of all my intentions, I bought Red Faction: Guerrilla on Tuesday. I’d been meaning to hold off for Prototype, which looks like it’s going to be the better game, but then I thought, “Why not both? I’ll stimulate the economy a little.” And with luck I can finish Red Faction in time […]
Few things are more immersive than visiting a fully realized universe. This doesn’t mean we aren’t looking for great story or boffo gameplay. But often as not, the world that keeps us playing, drawn to that altered state that only gaming can provide.
So, right before this year’s E3 started, the cat was let out of the bag and the worst kept secret in the videogame business was finally in the open. Yes, it is true, confirmed Sony’s John Koller, the leaked material was right, Sony is working on a new revision of its portable gaming platform, PSP. […]