Bomberman Live: Battlefest: review

Bomberman Live: Battlefest: review

Dec 22, 2010

Format: XBLA (version reviewed), PSN, WiiWare Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Hudson Soft Developer: Pi Studios Players: 1-4 (offline), 1-8 (online) Site: http://www.hudsonent.com/battlefest/ Even the most devoted of Bomberman fans are going to find Bomberman Live: Battlefest a bit hard to swallow. A sequel of sorts to 2007’s Bomberman Live, Battlefest...

The Bible: The Official Videogame (New Testament)

The Bible: The Official Videogame (New Testament)

Dec 17, 2010

Last week I detailed my plans for a videogame adaptation of the Old Testament, and offered the rights to all interested Christian denominations. After some intense bidding, I’m close to sealing the deal with either Queen Elizabeth II (head of the Church of England) or Pope Benedict XVI (head of the Catholic Church). I’m sorry to say that there was...

Infinity Blade: review

Infinity Blade: review

Dec 16, 2010

Format: iPhone (version reviewed), iPad Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Epic Games Developer: ChAIR Players: 1 Site: http://www.epicgames.com/infinityblade/ Infinity Blade has seen substantial success since its release just over a week ago, selling a reported 1.7 million in just four days. This was probably helped by the hype created by the free tech demo...

Kung-Fu Live: review

Kung-Fu Live: review

Dec 15, 2010

Format: PSN Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Virtual Air Guitar Company Developer: Virtual Air Guitar Company Players: 1 (PSEye), 1 – 5 (PSEye plus joypads) Site: http://www.kungfulivegame.com/ “Players engage in playing this game entirely at their own risk. In no event shall the Publisher or the Developer be liable for any personal or bodily...

EEDAR: 3DS failure “not an option”; Apple will never be a “serious contender” in gaming

EEDAR: 3DS failure “not an option”; Apple will never be a “serious contender” in gaming

Dec 7, 2010

Research firm EEDAR’s Jesse Divnich talks to Critical Gamer about how the success of Move, Kinect and the 3DS is crucial to the future of their respective companies. We also hear his thoughts on the likelihood of Apple entering the console race, and what next year is likely to hold. We’ve seen a lot of aggressive hardware price cuts, both online...