Competitive, dodgeball inspired, local multiplayer bullet hell with cartoony graphics and lovable character design.
There Came An Echo is an important milestone in making games more accessible to people from all walks of life. It is too early to tell how significant its impact will be for future releases, but Iridium Studios should be commended for taking a gamble, nonetheless.
It’s hard not to sound like a broken record when championing the quality of Zen’s virtual pinball tables; what more is there to say at this point? The studio has perfected the gameplay, providing an experience that is authentic, fun and fair.
Don your helmet and kneepads, it’s time to get back on the grind. Welcome to Olliwood and your new gaming addiction!
Pack your tissues, patience and a tranquiliser because you’ll probably need them if you are going to ride with this cat.
Over the years, and numerous generations, the licensed video game – based on an existing intellectual property – has become synonymous with a sub-par experience. But, today, we celebrate the exceptions to the rule and give you the 5 best licensed video games we’ve seen thus far…
With the ever increasing presence of technology in our day to day lives, it makes sense that we would do away with the old in favour of the sleeker, sexier new. Letters, books, dvds, and boardgames have all been snatched up by this digital monster. This week we look at a game that probably should have been left where it was, Chainsaw Warrior: Lord Of Night.
There’s a perverse pleasure to be had in seeing your time-consuming efforts reduced to nought but rubble within a few minutes, a feeling which is amplified by the warming celtic soundtrack that plays throughout.
There Came An Echo is what a gaming evolution should feel like.
I don’t mean to be too harsh on Hot Tin Roof, but it has its problems. Little problems. Little problems that stacked up and grated on me over time, until I couldn’t stand to play the game any more.