Posts byNadia Oxford
Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon Review - Super Spider
(editor note: in honor of Halloween, here’s a great recent release to play this weekend.)
Puzzle / adventure game Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon puts you in the hairy hide of a spider, and as Gamezebo’s review relays, it ain’t a bad experience.
This is the sequel’s only major drawback, and to some players it may not even be considered a negative. Shrouded Moon is really just walking a fine line between technical accessibility and immersion, and it’s favored the former in this instance. This makes the game easier to pick up and play, to put down and return to later, and to tackle at your own pace, especially with high scores in mind.
Posted October 28, 2015 via Gamezebo
The Walking Dead: Road to Survival Review - Worth Surviving For
Like most fare set in the Walking Dead Universe, Walking Dead: Road to Survival is a high-quality game, according to Gamezebo.
Overall, while The Walking Dead: Road to Survival is centered on the usual mode of delivery for mobile strategy games, the campaign gave me an engaging enough story and the combat was rewarding enough to where I feel comfortable saying that Road to Survival is a strong step in the right direction for the genre.
Posted August 31, 2015 via Gamezebo
What Are "8-Bit Graphics," Exactly?
More than a few games on the App Store boast retro-style 8-bit graphics, including Rovio’s airplane game Retry. But what are “8-bit graphics,” exactly? And how many App Store games deserve to call themselves 8-bit? AppSpy takes an in-depth look at this visual trend.
Posted August 28, 2015 via AppSpy
Seasonal Ranked Gameplay Coming to Vainglory
Vainglory will have seasonal ranked gameplay starting in October.
Essentially, Vainglory will divide the calendar year into quarters and players will be able to earn exclusive rewards and achievements for playing within the season. At the conclusion of each season, player ranks associated with seasonal play will assumedly reset, new achievements/awards will be offered, and the cycle begins anew.
Posted August 28, 2015 by Nadia Oxford