Since the NFL and NFLPA exclusivity deal with EA Sports came into effect in 2005, both fans and critics alike have bashed the series saying it’s simply been a roster update each and every year. While there have been minimal additions to keep the game fresh, EA Sports still focused on just that — the additions. [...]
When New Super Mario Bros. was released on the Nintendo DS in 2006, it showed that Nintendo was still very interested in the historical roots of their famous mascot. It wasn’t because the company doubted the old-school style, but it was because gamers were treated to excessive rehashes featuring the plumber–especially that of Mario Party. [...]
True Crime: Hong Kong almost didn’t see the light of day. Developed by United Front Games, it was supposed to be Activision’s foray into the current generation of open world action games, but it didn’t turn out that way. Activision didn’t think this entry in their True Crime franchise was going to be able to [...]
Xbox Live’s Summer of Arcade has been known to put out an occasional release that appeals to old-school gamers. It already did that by kicking things off with Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD, but with the recent release of Deadlight, old-school players have a game that’ll satisfy their possible craving for zombies.
Fruit Ninja Kinect was a highlight for last year’s casual gamers who took part in Xbox Live’s Summer of Arcade and offered a decent big screen experience for fans of the mobile game. This year, Microsoft once again didn’t forget their casual crowd with Wreckateer, a game that seems to be a knock off of [...]
While it may seem that this modern day in gaming is filled with various first-person shooters and fighting games, every once in a while there is a game that really brings players back to the good old days of old-fashioned shoot-em-ups. SCHAR: Blue Shield Alliance does exactly that while also adding some RPG elements to [...]