While I’ve been fortunate enough to be introduced to platformers over the years thanks to games like Super Mario Bros., this generation of platformers tend to cater to more experienced players. Thankfully, developer Flying Wild Hog is giving younger gamers a chance to experience a platformer in its simplest form with JUJU.
We’ve led plants, soldiers, ninjas and even cheerleaders against the forces of the undead. But have you ever wondered what would happen if an all-female rock band comprised of witches took on the zombie apocalypse? Thankfully, Quaternion Studio has been mulling-over the same question.
When it was announced that Austrian publisher Nordic Games acquired the MX vs. ATV series after THQ declared bankruptcy and that the original developer Rainbow Studios would be handling the revival, fans were eager to get back on the dirt track again. But while MX vs ATV: Supercross is mildly entertaining, it ultimately feels outdated.
Though not without flaws, recent video games based on the Transformers universe have managed to win over even the most dedicated fans. In an effort to merge High Moon Studios’ successful Cybertron series with the movie tie-ins based on the Michael Bay films, Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is a muddled mess that drags the Cybertron series down in the process.
Ever since a zombiefied doberman busted through a window in the original Resident Evil, I’ve been an avid fan of the survival horror genre. Unfortunately, Daylight is a game that succeeds in the cheap scares department, and fails at basically everything else.