You read that correctly. Released on smart phones and computers is Tekken Card Tournament. It’s a free to play virtual card game which pits you against classic Tekken fighters in turn based, card combat. I played a bit of it and it’s not as bad as it sounds.
Tactical Intervention, the so called spiritual sequel to Counter-Strike, is about to release in the United States. This brand new PC game from Gooseman, the creator of Counter-Strike, runs on Valve’sSource engine, similar to CS:GO. It pushes the boundaries of tactical FPS’s by adding new gameplay and scenarios. There’s also a focus on user interaction in the levels, with almost all objects destroyable. Find … [ Read More... ]
At PAX East, Blizzard revealed it’s brand new game, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, a digital collectible card game. If that’s not cool enough, it’s also going to be free to play and multiplatform. In Blizzard’s own words, “We looooooove collectible card games and have been playing them since our Silicon & Synapse days. Creating a digital strategy card game felt like a natural next step for us, … [ Read More... ]
With the release of the new SimCity (2013) it asks the question: Does the original SimCity hold up?
I played 2 versions of classic SimCity to see if it was still up to snuff. First I tried the classic, aged graphics, DOS version. One thing is for sure, the game can be difficult. That’s not to say that it’s hard to play, but it does require a substantial amount of … [ Read More... ]