What makes the Bluestacks GamePop even more special that other similar TV gaming boxes is that this Android-based device can also handle iOS games.more →
If you’ve played any of Madden’s games before, you’ll quickly notice the similarities between the console games and NFL Pro, and I was surprised at how similar the game felt to the first Madden game I had played in 2005. The great thing that Madden captured was the simple pick-up-and play gameplay that managed to incorporate useful tools to create your own strategies whilst keeping all the action focused on the player, and Gameloft have managed to emulate this impressively well.more →
Ever seen the TV show, Wipeout? For those who haven’t this show is all about making your way through obstacles, trying to beat time records and the like. I will admit that I don’t regularly watch the show, but I’ve caught a few episodes before and it’s actually pretty interesting to watch.more →
The big question though is: “how fun is it to play a game based on the popular TV show?” Let’s take a look.
One of the most popular iOS games ever has finally made its way over to Android, Jetpack Joyride. So does the Android version hold up to the original iOS game? Let’s take a look and find out.more →
Electronic Arts is one of the biggest video game developers in the world for a reason. They’ve got access to a huge library of licenses and they’re not afraid to push out franchise after franchise on just about every platform. iOS is no exception, because EA is launching more than 70 games for the iPhone at 99 cents a pop.more →