Harley Quinn's Revenge [ Editorial ]
Batman: Arkham City was one of the best games of 2011. I was vehemently against Arkham Asylum -- it just didn't meet the hype for me, but Arkham City absolutely blew me away. It was like Arkham City was the game that everyone thought Arkham Asylum was. I loved writing my guides for it on Cheat Masters and I loved reviewing the game as well. It was an absolute blast. Even with stiff competition from games like Skyrim and surprise hits like Dead Island, Arkham City remains my favorite game of 2011.
As such, I was extremely excited when I found [...More
Batman: Arkham City - Harley Quinn's Revenge [ Guide ]
It's been a while since the conclusion of Arkham City, and Harley Quinn wants revenge. Take control of Batman and Robin to put a stop to her evil exploits in this DLC to one of 2011's biggest games.
Batman: Arkham City - Harley Quinn's Revenge Guide
Written by Dalton "Horror Spooky" Cooper
Copyright 2012 Cheat Masters
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. Two Days Earlier
3. Secret Base
4. Harley Quinn
2. A Few New Tricks
3. Battering Ram
4. Bomb Squad
5. Frequent Flyer
6. Party's Over
7. Snap to It
You start the game as Robin. It seems that Batman has gone missing within the walls of Arkham City while trying [...More
Harley Quinn's Revenge [ Review ]
Within just a small amount of time, Batman: Arkham City has become a modern classic with its dark mystery and very engaging storyline. The story ended with a bang, and Arkham is left to pick up the pieces. It’s not a fairy tale ending, but it is an ending, nonetheless, and gamers have nothing more to do than drop their controllers and get on with their lives.
However, this new DLC from Rocksteady games for Batman: Arkham City pulls you back into the game. Harley Quinn’s Revenge is an extended chapter into the lives of Batman, Robin, Oracle, and everyone in [...More
Gnu Revenge (iOS) [ Review ]
Puzzle games that involve moving or tossing something from point A to B in order to accomplish something have since become quite popular in the App Store, with Angry Birds being the prime example. As this basic idea becomes more diverse through time with each game, you'd then encounter a game like Gnu Revenge, which is something that you may be interested in.
You play as a Gnu, a member of a humanoid goat-like race that was suddenly invaded and enslaved by the evil crocodiles. As the last free Gnu, you are the last hope of your people and must take [...More
LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: Queen Anne's Revenge [ Guide ]
This guide will walk you through the On Stranger Tides ‘Queen Anne's Revenge’ level in Lego Pirates of the Caribbean. Let’s get started!
You are standing on a pirate ship named after a venereal disease. It’s Blackbeard’s! Search for the gold-outlined treasure by using Jack Sparrow’s compass. There’s a sleeping pirate’s hammock to your right. Use a box of bomb to knock it down. The awakened pirate wants an egg. Jack Sparrow’s compass will lead you right to it. Upon getting it, deliver it to the pirate. Be reminded that the cook is now in your team.
Use the sword switch to drop [...More
Tap Tap Revenge 4 [ Screenshots ]
Tap Tap Revenge 4 is a game by Tapulous Inc.This is the fourth game from the Tap Tap series.
This rhythm game is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Standard features include: The players can see and share experience points, achievements and scores world wide in the Game Center. This incarnation of Tap Tap Revenge has a new Arcade Mode, with retina display support as well as new global leaderboards and a large in-app music library.
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Tap Tap Revenge 4 (iOS) [ Review ]
When the first Tap Tap Revenge came out, it made the most of the iOS' touch screen interface for gaming. Rhythm games have since become an established genre since the late 90's courtesy of Dance Dance Revolution, so a game like this was really a no-brainer. Now with a fourth title out, the Tap Tap Revenge series has become the most well-known rhythm game for the iOS.
Tapulous, the developer of the game, has taken this popularity into consideration by with an in-game service that lets players access over a hundred free tracks to play with to further expand the gameplay [...More
Shinobi [ Screenshots ]
Shinobi is a game developed and published by Sega. This is an arcade type game that was first released on PlayStation 2 and is now available for Nintendo 3DS.
Shinobi is about Joe Musashi, a ninja whose mission it is to stop an organization called Zeed.
Coming this September 2011 so [...More
Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble [ REVIEW ]
The Nintendo DS has hosted an awful lot of Naruto games. At this point, it would help if Tomy gave us all a scorecard to keep track of two different Ninja Councils, two other Path of the Ninjas, a pair of Ninja Destinys, Naruto vs. Sasuke, the Japan-only Naruto RPGs, and however many other Narutos we've long forgotten about.
To make matters more confusing, the new Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble doesn't have much in common with any other DS game, at least once you look under the hood. It's the first handheld entry in the series from Eighting, the company that [...More
Star Trek: The Video Game [Review]
Perhaps one of the big fantasies that geeks have when it comes to games is a Star Trek game that holds up to how the show was. This game based on the new Star Trek movies is perhaps the closest that we now have to that fantasy, compared to those of yesteryears that were featured in an episode of Angry Video Game Nerd. However, it may have just been the continuation of that tradition.
The cast of the new movies lent their voices to this game, which makes for pretty good cutscenes and in-game banter. The relationship between the young James [...More