Boobies. Tits. Knockers. Funbags. Dirty pillows. Cans. Jugs. Bewbz. Tatas. The Olsen Twins. Chi-chis. Chesticles. Jubblies. Honkers. Tittays. Puppies. Melons. Captain and Tennille. Twin Peaks. Mosquito bites. Shoulder boulders. I mean that is what you’re here for, right?
Somehow Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Fortune manages to have even less gameplay than previous titles, and even more focus on sexualization — one cast member that doesn’t look quite legal — but maybe you’re into that? Hope you’re also into grinding put in place to tempt you to buy microtransactions because that is a hot new feature you can only find in this Asia exclusive title.
Fans of Nuclear Throne and The Binding of Isaac will love Enter the Gungeon
Since Nuclear Throne and The Binding of Isaac hit Steam, there have been numerous clones. To call Enter the Gungeon one would be unfair. While there are many similarities between them, it has enough variety to stand alongside those titles as a leader, instead of a follower.
If you’re the kind of person who loves long sessions across multiple runs of a game, you’re going to love entering the Gungeon.
And throw it in the trash can!
Have you ever found yourself thinking, “I’d sure like to be able to play this free-to-play mobile game on my Xbox One at a premium markup with little to no changes aside from microtransactions being removed?”
Me neither, but that is exactly what Shred It! is.
Popcap has continuously surprised us with games we didn’t even know we wanted, such as the Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare games, and the ever-popular Pachinko-likePeggle; their latest title Plants vs. Zombies: Heroes continues that trend by combining the formula of the original PvZ game with a hero-based card game, ala Hearthstone.
A cute, humorous, side-scrolling shooter that takes place on Gamearth, a planet where all video game characters live, similar to Wreck-It Ralph or Toontown in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? A ten-year-old boy named Rise becomes an unlikely hero when he witnesses a beefy Gears of War-esque character and a pointy-eared, tunic-wearing elf kill one another. With the elf’s dying breath, he gives Rise a magical talking gun named Shine so the boy can prevent evildoers from destroying Gamearth.
A colorful space shooter, not too great, but not offensive either. Give my review a read if you like the colors blue and pink.
A little review of a little game that combines tower defense with Mega Man and gravity boots!
My preview of Nintendo’s first real phone game, Miitomo. Go read it and see my dank Miims (the hot new term I’ve coined for Mii memes).
A little diddy about the impending takeover of VR and the price we will be paying. Enjoy reading it here, ya dingus!