Sanctum 2 [ Review ]
When the first Sanctum was first previewed, it caught quite a buzz due to its concept of a first-person tower defense. It melded two loved genres together to form a fun game with multiplayer in mind. With positive reviews and good numbers from its release back in April 2011, a sequel was then announced the following year and got some more backing, including publishers for console versions to widen its appeal. With the release of Sanctum 2, we now see this type of gameplay reach a wider audience.
The tower defense genre has been quite popular for a very long time [...More
Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime [ REVIEW ]
Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime was just released for the PS3, Xbox 360 and the PC and while everyone was so excited to get first dibs on it, the game has already disappointed quite a few of the veteran Ghostbuster fans.
In Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, players take control of four rookie Ghostbusters who were put in action because the four original Ghostbusters were in overtime. It would probably have been OK for the fans to not be able to play the original lovable quartet, but the character design of the rookie Ghostbusters make the game a lot more frustrating to play. [...More
The Swapper [Review]
There are plenty of puzzle platformers these days that introduce new mechanics for you to find your way from the start to the end of the level. However, it's not often that you see such games with such refined design that makes you feel as if it's the first game of its kind that you've ever played due to the uniqueness of the gameplay mechanics and the level of quality in its aesthetics. The Swapper is such a game that really digs deep into your senses and your mind.
The Swapper by Facepalm Games is a puzzle platformer that is like [...More
Starcraft II - Terran Strategy: The Nuke Rush [Guide]
Few things in StarCraft II can ever match the fury of a tactical nuclear strike, sent down from the heavens by a carefully positioned Ghost. It's like cleaning up a mess with magic, with enemy units disappearing all at once and buildings sustaining massive damage that would have taken over a minute to deal. It's usually reserved for the mid to late game as a defensive tactic or as an equalizer, but there is also a way to bring it in the early game to surprise the opponent.
Terran players don't need any logical reason for doing a nuke rush. [...More
Chernobyl Commando [Review]
Most of the games churned out by the indie game development scene are pretty good, some of which even inspires awe and wonderment. However, there are some not-so-good ones that sneak past whatever filter there is and get released. Some are really bad, while most are mediocre at best. Chernobyl Commando is one of those titles, unfortunately enough. While it doesn't seem so bad at first glance, you then play it and see the cracks within.
Chernobyl Commando is a game about Captain Yuri Ryakov, who was sent to Chernobyl to intercept terrorists who are attacking the power plant. [...More
Resident Evil: Revelations (HD) [Review]
Here is yet another Resident Evil game. Before the collective moan and groan, give this game a try before handing it a verdict, unlike what most did with the much-condemned but alright Resident Evil 6. It's a multiplatform re-release of the Resident Evil game for the 3DS from early last year. That's yet another HD remake by Capcom, so this may not get a vote of confidence from gamers right away. But at least it's still about the zombies.
Resident Evil: Revelations is set between the events of Resident Evil 4 and 5, just after the establishment of the Bioterrorism Security [...More
E3 2013: Complete Recap - Who won E3?
E3 is like Christmas for gamers. It is the time of year that companies go out of their way to surprise us with announcements and reveal the most exciting new games. We are given new details about highly anticipated titles and the curtain is pulled back on what the next year will hold. Yes, E3 is like a gamer's Christmas, and like Christmas, unfortunately, it has to come to an end ever year.
E3 2013 is behind us. With the absolutely exhausting amount of news that comes out of E3 every year, it is extremely likely that you missed out on [...More
Hands-on with Nintendo's E3 games [Preview]
Nintendo has brought their E3 games to Best Buy stores around the country. There was an event yesterday and one this coming Saturday. If you want to try out four of Nintendo's upcoming Wii U games in the form of Mario Kart 8, Super Mario 3D World, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, then check to see if there is a Best Buy near your area.
For more information, please check out the official Best Buy site for the Nintendo Experience:
CheatMasters has went hands-on with all four of these games, and can now [...More
Denpa Men 2: Beyond the Waves [Review]
I do not know what Denpa specifically means, nor do I really need a specific definition. For me, the term is perfect for the pudgy and quirky little characters found in the title, and the name does them justice, just like a Wookie, or an Oompa Loompa. Don’t think of the Denpa Men as pushovers, however, as they can certainly pack a punch as they battle an army of different monsters in this sequel to Denpa Man: They Came by Wave.
Denpa Man 2: Beyond the Waves tells the story of your main Denpa whose family has been kidnapped by Ooks. [...More
Battle Nations Walkthrough #2 [Guide]
War is always an ugly thing, but not in Battle Nations. Here, players will be introduced to war in a whole new light, as you fend off invaders and combat different armies all for the glory of the Empire. Filled with humorous dialogue and extremely lovable characters, Battle Nations will give players tons of enjoyment as they embark on a journey to build their army one man – and one structure – at a time.
Battle Nations is a building simulation game with turn based combat thrown in. The game revolves around managing resources by building different structures that will help [...More