Posts tagged Justin Joseph
Justin returns with an update on OUYA, and various discussions on Mountain Lion, Dead Trigger, Amazing Spider-Man, Dark Knight Rises, and the Ice Cream Sandwich update that recently rolled out to HTC smartphone users.
Justin reveals everything there is to know about the OUYA, an android-based open-source console. He discusses the pros and cons of the system, and gives his opinion on the tiny new platform. If you're even remotely interested in the OUYA, give this podcast a listen!
Justin plays catch-up with this second episode of COE Mobility. Verizon Wireless, a future Android gamepad, mobile games, and The Amazing Spider-Man are the hot topics!
Justin is ecstatic that two years haven't passed since N.O.V.A. 3's release, so he can deliver a more timely review! Gameloft's Halo-ish sci-fi mobile gaming series has come to a close. Is the third chapter the best of them all?
Yes, N.O.V.A. 3 is the hot new mobile game out now, but Justin had to take a step into Kal Wardin's past first before moving on. How does the predecessor to Gameloft's newest release stand up now?
Madfinger doesn't leave John Slade hanging when you help him take down Shadowgun's final boss; he has some left over business after all. How does it stack up to the main campaign?
Madfinger steps up to the mobile plate and delivers what's arguably the best-looking third-person shooter for phones and tablets. Does the rest of the game achieve the same standard?
The plane shooter is one of the most common smaller game genres. Is AirAttack HD another run-of-the-mill example for smartphones and tablets?
Alan Wake (Available on Xbox 360 & PC) ESRB Rating: T Number of Players: 1 Genre: Action Publisher: Microsoft Developer: Remedy Release Date: May 18th, 2010 Parent Talk: Compared to most other games that require the player to fire a gun [like Remedy's own Max Payne], Alan Wake (T for Teen) is [...]
*rattle…..* *rattle rattle…* Do you recognize these sounds? If not, consider yourself fortunate and likely more mentally constitute than the rest of the pathetic gaming community. I’m not petting your more respectable self-control though, so don’t for one minute fantasy yourself perched on a high [...]
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Only available for Wii) ESRB Rating: M Players: 1 Genre: Action Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Grasshopper Release Date: January 26, 2010 Parent Talk: No under-17 gamer should ever go near No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. Its predecessor, No More Heroes, [...]
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (Available for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC) ESRB Rating: M Players: 1-24 Genre: FPS Publisher: EA Developer: DICE Release Date: March 2, 2010 Parent Talk: It should raise a red flag any time a parent spots a game box stamped with an ‘M’. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is a war [...]
BioShock 2 (Available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC) ESRB Rating: M Players: 1-10 Genre: Action Publisher: 2K Games Developer: 2K Marin/Digital Extremes Release Date: February 9, 2010 I’ve never been guiltier of enjoying the stapling of my enemies to a game world’s set pieces. If 2010 ended [...]
Heavy Rain (Only available for PS3) ESRB Rating: M Players: 1 Genre: Adventure Publisher: SCEA Developer: Quantic Dream Release Date: February 23, 2010 A little origami birdie has been squawking around these parts lately, something about Indigo Prophecy 2.0‘s availability on gaming retail shelves [...]