The game feels great, like a mix of Halo and Borderlands, but still has some kinks to be worked out (more loot, longer enemy respawn timers, shorter grenade re-use timers, co-op tweaks, and MORE LOOT).
Overall episode two has easily topped episode one and the series continues to build momentum towards some devastating conclusion down the road.
The game’s story surrounds a mysterious Slayers who are tasked with defending their village from the Oni, a group of monsters who seem to attack all the time, without warning.
Saint Seiya Brave Soldiers is something else. When first jumping into the game I went in with little knowledge as to what I was getting myself into, and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Featuring heavy anime tones and beats paired with a solid fighting system, the game is a decent foray into the world(…)
There are now only two words in fighting games. They aren’t Street Fighter. Nor are they Mortal Kombat. No, the only two words you need are Dive and Kick. Divekick distills the fighting game genre down to a base element: the diving kick. Simultaneously parody and nuanced skill based fighter. Iron Galaxy has crafted some(…)
DuckTales, woo hoo! Now, is the theme song stuck in your head already? For a lot of gamers (and children of the eighties) the name DuckTales instantly brings back not only the theme song, but memories of a great show that most watched on Saturday mornings with a bowl of whatever marshmallow-filled cereal their parents(…)
“Come adventurers. Gather close to my fire.” the old woman said motioning to the blaze. “For the answers you seek regarding your quest are in the flames.” She let out a shriek that trailed into a cackle as she cast a handful of powder into the fire. A burst of light and heat was followed(…)
With The Walking Dead Season 1 finished and season 2 yet to be released, Tealltale Games is giving fans a little something to hold them over. 400 Days is a new DLC add-on for the incredibly popular first season of the Walking Dead point and click adventure game. A single episode comprised of five separate(…)
Nostalgic gaming trips are strange things. They are, at the same time, wonderful and terrible. It’s always great to step back into a classic game. Unfortunately the memory of the game is usually better than the actual game itself. Most of us have been conditioned to expect the latest and greatest, and decades old games(…)
Overall the game is not for everyone. If you enjoy games like Mario Kart, car combat like Vigilante 8, and don’t mind a fixed camera and top-down view this game should be enjoyable as long as you don’t put too much stock in the story itself or over-anime’d characters. At its core Fuel Overdose is a competent battle-racer but comes up a bit short on overall fun value and the ability to retain your attention longer than a few races at a time; feel free to check out the videos of the game on COIN-OP.TV and make your own call!