If I could get to 37 I'd do a backflip
Yes, check out Papa Sangre II - http://georiot.co/PapaSangr... - it's a game you play with your eyes closed on an iPad. Its narrated by Sean Bean (from Lord of the Rings) and it has him trying to lead you in the afterlife. Pretty cool.
Lol - I was thinking the same thing. Or some Nic Cage overacting...
This has a style that reminds me a bit of a top down Madworld. I was quite a fan of Stranglehold, too (camera aside). Hope this is a success.
I know there are about five of these a year now, but for the most part I find them pretty solid fun. Plus I haven't enjoyed a vertical shooter for a long, long time. Ikaruga maybe?
Gameplay beats soundtrack for me, but still, this looks promising.
Man I love that movie.
Very little will catch up to the quality of Nintendo games.
I remember having this game around the same time I got Worms Resurrection. Those two games delivered more laughs and fun with my brothers than the entire 2000s combined.
I just finished playing Super Mario 3D World with my 2-year-old son and it was awesome. I had fun, he had fun. Every level offered a wow factor. I think I am going to start playing more Nintendo as my son grows up.... if they're still around. Otherwise you can get a Wii and a stack of awesome games for about $10
I think it's crazy to think Nintendo should work for other formats. Has it really worked for Sega. They survived, bu they are barely relevant anymore. I say just tough it out and do a console your customers actually want. They speak a lot and loudly... just listen Nintendo. Listen.
I wonder if Hearthstone is a success, Blizzard would think of bringing Diablo to iOS?
I'm pretty sure you cannot trademark words like little and big... or planet for that matter.
I was wondering about that, but I think the Marvel game was made by an indie developer.
Have you played Icycle? It's great.
If you dig Zelda have you seen Oceanhorn? It's not the best thing ever, but it's effectively Wind Waker on the iPad = http://georiot.co/Oceanhorn
I'm surprised that they don't just make Quake III for iPad. Looking at the bottom of this article, you can already get Wolfenstein, Doom and Rage (for crying out loud) on the App Store. Duke Nukem 3D, too!!
So many brilliant memories. I know it's all the rage to play tactical multiplayer FPS these days, but I prefer being able to just run into the middle of a firefight with a rocket launcher and start gibbing.
868-Hack is well worth picking up for those who haven't played it. Just make sure you stick with it for a little bit as it really begins to open up as you play it.
The one thing for me when it comes to iPad MMORPGs is voice chat - I wouldn't want to have to type anything out to communicate with others.
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