Simulation racing games are special because they really don’t run cross-platform. The Xbox has had Forza Motorsport. The Playstation has always had Gran Turismo. Nintendo has… Um… And of course, iOS has always had Real Racing to be their simulation racer. Real Racing 3 promises two main features over its predecessor, real tracks, and time delayed multiplayer action. Besides that, is it really worth the trouble? (more…)
Almost 3 years ago, Electronic Arts published the first installment of Mass Effect for the iOS platform. It was devastating to quickly find that, although it did help players in the main console game, it was 2D and really didn’t live up as well as it should have. BioWare, the developers behind Mass Effect, came back in the year 2012 to release the first, proper, 3D version of Mass Effect that users didn’t even know they fathomed for. This game does deliver well in the gameplay, but the replay can be a bit crippled. Read on for the full review… (more…)
Practically every owner of a gaming console or an iDevice, has heard of Madden, the most popular simulation football video game to date. This is due to the decades-old legacy of John Madden. This legacy has continued to thrive with yearly revisions on a multitude of consoles–including iDevices. With such a large brand name, it comes at a hefty price to owners of previous versions. Read on for the full review: (more…)
BOOMSHAKALAKA! NBA Jam is an extremely old franchise that Electronic Arts had way back when Sega was cool. It was a huge success that gave fun, arcade-styled gameplay. Unfortunately, it slowly faded away. Fortunately, EA has brought this franchise back to life!
With an updated roster, NBA Jam lives up to its past prime as the arcade basketball game to play because of its great gameplay, gorgeous graphics, abundant audio, reams of replay value, and a huge bang for your buck.