Tiny Defense Reviews

Based on 1 critics – Overal Score: 70 / 100

GameInfo: Tiny Defense is a unique side-view, grid base tower defense game.

Green Planet is the beautiful home of the little mechanical life forms known as Minirobots. While living peacefully, their planet was invaded by an army of ruthless robot troops calling themselves The Machines. These machines want to turn Green Planet into a space resort and have captured many of the Minirobots, but now they are fighting back!

Use your wit and tactics to overcome the obstacles and save the gorgeous Green Planet! Collect energy crystal to build your army of robot and fight to rescue your friends. Beware! The enemies are everywhere; on the ground, in the sky, over the sea and even under there!

Tiny Defense features bright cartoony graphics with funny characters, easy-to-learn gameplay with a good depth to please strategy fans, a vast number of levels and mini-games with challenging boss fight.

Stand united and prove that size doesn’t matter in Tiny Defense, a playful challenge for strategy game lovers!

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LAG “For those who haven’t noticed, the advent of the iPhone has brought along with it some unsuspected societal changes. Firstly, pub quizzes are no fun anymore; secondly, Apple knows where you live and finally, the popularity of handheld gaming has exploded. Personally, I attribute the latter to the fact that an iPhone is a fashion accessory as much as it is a phone. A lot of people either have, or want one, and the games you can pack into it make for a nice little bonus along with all it’s other features…” Read Full Review 70/100


Sideway: New York Reviews and more

Based on 3 critics – Overal Score: 68 / 100

GameInfo: Battle your way through a twisted graffiti world where your prowess in puzzle solving makes the difference between life and death! Jump into one of the most unique and visually compelling 3D game worlds ever created. Follow the twisted journey of Nox, through a fast-paced 2D adventure set in a 3D world. Unlock new abilities to defeat enemies and rescue friends. Beware, in Sideway New York, you’re in a world where your favorite color might just kill you!

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Geared for Gamers Sideway: New York’s narrative revolves around NY free-runner and spray paint artist, Nox. The story kicks-off with Nox and his crew parkouring across rooftops and spray painting various objects while missing posters of a girl fly across the screen. Not long after the opening, Nox tags over a billboard already painted with someone’s logo. Soon, Nox finds himself sucked away into the world of Sideway and discovers that the tag belongs to a villain named Spray. Throughout the single-player campaign Nox will discover Spray’s intentions, and the whereabouts of the missing girl. The narrative is pretty straight-forward with some supernatural paint world twists, and keeps the action moving in this downloadable title. Various bosses, who are revealed as Spray’s henchmen, make their way out of the woodwork(or wallwork) in your journey through various themed levels. Read Full Review 80/100
GamesRadar The game’s main failing is its short length, mostly because it’s so fun while it lasts. There are just over a dozen stages, including a few bosses, which can all be completed in one long sitting of three or four hours. Granted, you may want to go back to collect all the tags or work your way to the top of the leaderboards, but it’s a shame the experience comes to an end so quickly. Sideway: New York does end with a big fat “To be continued…” with an obvious hint as to where the next game will take place, so we hope a sequel will add to what makes this game successful. Read Full Review 80/100
DeltaGamer It’s quite the interesting concept: you’re a mobile graffiti, who moves through various surfaces in a 2D plane, with the catch being that the surfaces belong to real-world objects. So, you’ll move from one wall to the next, from wall to roof, to billboard and so on. Read Full Review 45/100



Genre: Adventure, Indie
Developer: Playbrains , Fuel Entertainment
Publisher: Playbrains
Release Date: 15 Nov 2011

Defense Grid: You Monster DLC Reviews and more

Based on 2 critics – Overal Score:65 / 100

GameInfo: In this first full-story expansion to the award-winning Defense Grid, GLaDOS, the menacing AI from Valve’s awesome Portal franchise, guest stars and shakes up the Defense Grid world. Players will battle not only alien hordes, but the deviousness of GLaDOS as she tests the player’s skills and changes all of the rules that you have come to know. Can you protect the cores in spite of her intrusive testing?

Defense Grid: The Awakening is a unique spin on tower defense gameplay that will appeal to players of all skill levels. A horde of enemies is invading, and it’s up to the player to stop them by strategically building fortification towers around their base. Beautiful environments, spectacular effects, and a dynamic, engaging soundtrack bring the world to life. The controls are intuitive and the gameplay is deep – the special attacks and properties of each tower work together to provide many ways to succeed.

Critic Score
FTG “As a former employee of Aperture Science, I never understood the contempt that ex-test subjects had for our AI GLaDOS. There might have been a few flaws in her programming that lead to some unfortunate accidents, but what piece of software doesn’t have a few bugs to work out?” Read Full Review 70/100
GAMElitist “You Monster is worth it, because of the value it adds to the base Defense Grid game. It’s also worth it if you are a rabid GLaDOS fan, who perhaps has a Portal ringtone or the whole soundtrack on their iPod. If you love the Defense Grid formula then you’ll love this pack.” Read Full Review 60/100


System Requirements

Minimum PC:
Supported OS: Windows XP, Vista, Win7
Processor: 1.8GHz CPU or higher
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Hard disk space: 1GB available space
DirectX version: DirectX 9.0c or higher, June 2008 version or later
Video: Video: DirectX 9 video card with shader 2 support such as the following:
ATI Radeon 9600 or newer (9600-9800, X300-X1950, HD 2400-HD 4870)
NVIDIA GeForce 6100 or newer (6100-6800, 7100-7950, 8300-8800, 9600-9800, or GTX 216-280)

Christmas Wonderland 2 Reviews

Based on 1 critics – Overal Score: 60 / 100

GameInfo: Help Santa Claus in his amazing Christmas Wonderland! Join forces with Santa’s elves and make this the best Christmas ever! The Workshop is buzzing with activity and Wonderland is crammed full of fabulous toys, candy canes and Nativity characters, but they still need your Hidden Object talents. Complete tricky puzzles and fun minigames to make sure all children have tons of presents to unwrap on Christmas morning!

Critic Score
Casual Game Guides Christmas Wonderland 2 is family friendly and one of those games that many can enjoy and play together. It’s not your typical hidden object game. There’s not much of a story so don’t look for anything super exciting from it. But it is a good series of hidden object scenes and puzzles that are all Christmas themed. You go from searching in Santa’s workshop to a skyline, to the mall looking for objects, playing fun puzzles like putting the reindeer in their correct stall or putting together a model plane. Read Full Review 60/100


Helldivers – Official Screenshots & System Requirements

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System Requirements

OS: Windows Vista / Windows 7
Processor: 2.4GHz Dual Core
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 512 MB NVIDIA GeForce 9800 / ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT
DirectX: Version 10
Storage: 7 GB available space

OS: Windows Vista / Windows 7
Processor: 2.4GHz Dual Core
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 1 GB NVIDIA 460 / AMD Radeon 5870
DirectX: Version 10
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 7 GB available space

Star Wars: The Old Republic Reviews and more

Based on 14 critics – Overal Score: 86 / 100

GameInfo: Star Wars: The Old Republic, abbreviated as TOR or SWTOR, is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game based in the Star Wars universe.

The story takes place in the Star Wars fictional universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic, 300 years after the events of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games, and more than 3,500 years before the events in the Star Wars films. The Jedi are held responsible for the success of the Sith during the devastating 28-year-long Great Galactic War (which led to the Treaty of Coruscant prior to the Cold War), and thus choose to relocate from Coruscant to Tython, where the Jedi Order had initially been founded, to seek guidance from the Force. The Sith control Korriban, where they have re-established a Sith Academy. The game begins 10 years later as new conflicts arise.

A collaborative effort between BioWare, LucasArts and Dark Horse Comics has resulted in webcomics entitled Star Wars: The Old Republic – Threat of Peace and Star Wars: The Old Republic – Blood of the Empire, the purpose of which is to establish the backstory as the game opens.

BioWare has stated that the game will have a significant focus on the storyline.

Critic Score
RoboAwesome I still remember the day a while back that my friend showed me images of Star Wars: The Old Republic in its youth. It was just concept art, really and I said to him “Man, I hope they don’t screw this up!” For a while I was very skeptical of this title. I just knew something would go wrong with it. More information kept coming out. I knew if I gave SWTOR my heart, it would inevitably become broken. Often times we hype ourselves up so much only to be disappointed. I tried so hard not to get wrapped up in it but on that fateful day in 2008 it happened. This of course was due in part to the fact that I decided to sign up for the SWTOR beta, but against my better judgement, I began to get excited. Read Full Review 100/100
FTG “It has been many years since the events of the Knights of the Old Republic took place. Bioware, the developer known for creating some of the best western role-playing games including both the Mass Effect series and the Dragon Age series, have been working hard at creating an online role-playing game set approximately 300 years after the events of KotOR. The galaxy has been waiting for the game for the past three years and now that it is finally released, you are probably wondering whether it is worth the half billion dollars that Electronic Arts, LucasArts and Bioware have sunk into the game. Well, read on to find out.”- HeyFling Read Full Review 95/100
AusGamers The long-awaited MMO from BioWare Star: Wars The Old Republic is an unusual beast for many reasons. This hugely anticipated game from one of the most respected names in the RPG business, based on one of the biggest franchises in pop-culture has just launched in North America and Europe in late December – a timeslot almost unheard of in the games industry. Read Full Review 95/100
GKick There’s two very important things that I, and you, need to take away from this review. One, TOR will not revolutionize the genre of MMOs. It has its perks, it does a lot good, but it’s still very much at its core an MMO of the same vein as nearly every other MMO out there. Secondly, and just as importantly, TOR does a lot that’s right. It’s a great game that takes the little issues that lurk in a lot of MMOs and improves on them. Is it worth the hype? Yes, as long as the hype is in the right place. It isn’t revolutionary, it isn’t perfect, but it does enough right and provides a good enough experience that I can safely recommend it as a purchase outright if you’re either a Star Wars fan or on the hunt for a new MMO in general, even if you aren’t necessarily a Star Wars fan. Read Full Review 93/100
FleshEatingZipper “I think that in order to understand what is going on in Star Wars: The Old Republic it is important that we understand the back story. The events leading up to the game and the time period it takes place in are important because those things also explain why certain thing are the way they are and why the story is – or ISN’T – any good.” Read Full Review 90/100
ThoseGamingNerds “If you had told me back in 2003 when Bioware first released Star Wars: Knights of The Old Republic that it would be a stepping stone in how RPGs are played I would have been skeptical. With a story and gameplay that was geared around choices that not only affected you’re character’s morality but would also change the outcome of the game as a whole, it changed the way RPGs were played. And when Bioware announced that it was working on a Star Wars MMO (Mass-multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) I thought it would end up being another “Galaxies”, but I was wrong. Star Wars: The Old Republic plays like a single-player RPG but has elements of an MMO incorporated into it.” Read Full Review 90/100
JPS “Today is the day everyone has been waiting for as the long awaited Star Wars: The Old Republic releases all over the world. Since its reveal back in 2007, a lot of gamers are already proclaiming that BioWare’s The Old Republic will topple the World of Warcraft by Blizzard for MMORPG supremacy. After spending almost a week playing The Old Republic via the game’s early access, there are a plethora of similarities that are borrowed from every MMO out there, specifically World of Warcraft…” Read Full Review 90/100
Feed The Gamer As in any MMO, the first thing you do is create your own avatar.
To begin this process in SW:TOR, you have the choice of one of two factions: The Republic (good guys) and the Empire (bad guys). Apologies to the Star Wars fans, who would obviously know this, but there are actually people out there who are unfamiliar with Star Wars lore.
Should you decide to play on the side of the Republic, you have a choice of the following classes: Smuggler, Jedi Knight, Commando or Jedi Counselor.
Playing on the seductive Dark Side of the Force (Empire), you may choose between: Imperial Agent, Sith Warrior, Sith Inquisitor and Bounty Hunter. Read Full Review
Examiner Newcomers to the genre prepare to take up lightsabers and don Twi’lek garb while MMORPG vets wonder if it’s just par for the course fare (Read: “WoW clone”) set in space. The truth is, while Star Wars: The Old Republic has plenty of “standard” MMORPG aspects – it’s a whole new game of Huttball. Read Full Review 80/100
EDGE BioWare hasn’t cast itself as a guerrilla movement trying to subvert the MMOG with The Old Republic. Instead it’s been the Empire, working to produce a slick, gigantic experience that, in the time of free-to-play, feels polished enough to demand monthly fees. How long this empire – vast and imposing, but archaic in structure – will last in the face of newer MMOGs and their rebellious payment models isn’t easy to discern. This isn’t the first of a new order of MMORPG, but it may well be the last of the old. Read Full Review 80/100
Examiner Newcomers to the genre prepare to take up lightsabers and don Twi’lek garb while MMORPG vets wonder if it’s just par for the course fare (Read: “WoW clone”) set in space. The truth is, while Star Wars: The Old Republic has plenty of “standard” MMORPG aspects – it’s a whole new game of Huttball. Read Full Review 80/100
TNL When Star Wars: The Old Republic was announced as a massively multiplayer online game, there were many people who were disappointed, fearing that the previously single-player Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) series would lose its role-playing focus in order to accommodate genre conventions. The heavy push BioWare made in its voice-acting for quests seemed to be just a nicety that would simply get in the way over time, and time spent in the beta revealed a game that came across as little more than a rough, unpolished version of World of Warcraft. But thankfully for everyone involved, the developer did in fact manage to translate the essence of the series into an online game; it’s simply a matter of perspective and expectations. Read Full Review 80/100
GamesRadar Massively-multiplayer online games are always a work-in-progress, so it’s not surprising that Star Wars: The Old Republic’s launch wasn’t flawless. What matters is that it’s an extremely satisfying experience that sets the stage for a bright future, so long as BioWare continues to support the game for the coming years with constant updates. Read Full Review 80/100
Bag of Games Star Wars: The Old Republic is the long awaited MMO by Bioware. It does things really well for an MMO, and the cool story and voice acting really help as well. Unfortunately, it may or may not be your cup of tea. Read Full Review 75/100



Genre: Role-Playing
Style: Persistent World Online RPG
Themes: Another World, Futuristic Warfare
Release Date: December 20, 2011
Developer: BioWare Austin
Publisher: Electronic Arts

LOCO: Evolution Reviews

Based on 1 critics – Overal Score: 75 / 100

GameInfo: LOCO – Land Of Chaos Online is a Tactical Online Action RPG that combines the best elements of MMORPG, TPS (Third Person Shooter) and Tactics to a very unique genre mix you have never seen before. Step into the role of the different heroes in LOCO, combine their abilities and evolve the right strategy according to the enemies’. LOCO provides an innovative action game concept in an outstanding game design.

Critic Score
MMOGames LOCO: Evolution is living proof that you don’t have to follow the same cookie-cutter recipe to create a fun online action-RPG. There are some favorites amongst the hero selections, but across the board you can have fun with any of the heroes and stand an even chance. The cash shop isn’t intrusive and maintains a focus on selling cosmetic items, which keeps things fair for both free and paid players. Read Full Review 75/100


Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand Reviews and more

Based on 3 critics – Overal Score: 83 / 100

GameInfo: Battlefield 3’s first DLC, Battlefield 3: Back To Karkand, will be included free of charge for those who pre-order Battlefield 3. The Back To Karkand DLC includes maps, vehicles and weapons from Battlefield 2, remade for Battlefield 3. For those who do not pre-order Battlefield 3, the Back To Karkand DLC will be available for purchase at $15.

Critic Score
DigitalBattle Overall, Back To Karkand is an awesome add-on for Battlefield 3, especially if you’re getting it for free. Some of the maps, like Wake Island, felt noticeably smaller than their original counterparts, and the new vehicles, besides the F35 jet, don’t feel like enough to justify a $15 price tag. But the maps, the Battlefield gameplay, and the new weapons are just what Battlefield 2 veterans need. Read Full Review 90/100
TechTroid This is how you do DLC the right way; Back to Karkand offers up a hefty amount of content to keep you hooked for months and months on end. With the inclusion of ‘Karkand, the map total for Battlefield 3 is at a very comfortable and acceptable 13 maps. Don’t let the $14.99 price tag turn you off, it’s worth every penny and once you fly that STOVL fighter jet and start soaring into the skies, you’ll know it was worth it. Read Full Review 90/100
Destructoid You may not be aware of it but EA just took a 2.7 GB dump on your hard drive. Within the latest patch for Battlefield 3 lies its first expansion Back to Karkand (B2K, brah!) Far less ambitious than the Vietnam expansions of the series’ past, B2K is an effort at mixing some old maps (all taken from Battlefield 2) with some new tech and ideas. Read Full Review 70/100


System requirements

Operating System: Windows 7 64-BIT
Processor: Quad
Memory: 4 GB
Free space on hard disk: 20 GB
Video card: compatible with DirectX 11, 1024 MB of video memory (NVIDIA GeForce 560 or ATI Radeon 6950)

Space Pirates and Zombies Reviews and more

Based on 6 critics – Overal Score: 75 / 100

GameInfo: Space Pirates and Zombies takes place far enough in the future that Earth has become a toxic backwater planet, so potentially not that far in the future. The galaxy has been colonized by humans, and the only means to travel to new star systems is through highly restricted and well defended warp gates. It is well known that systems closer to the galactic core become richer and richer as well as more scientifically advanced. This has led to theories of a secret system with a cache of treasure or knowledge at the galactic core feeding this growth. As a pirate, you must assemble a fleet and discover what treasure awaits you there.

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DualShockers It is not perfect, but it certainly can be fun. It is not for everyone, but those who want a bit of an old school space exploration game are in for a treat. It has been years since I have played a game like this, and I wish it was deeper. The two guys who make up MinMax Games have clearly worked hard to create something special, and they are continuing to do so. There is a list of planned additions that includes bounty hunters and more ships, so if you do pick it up, you can easily expect more content. I wish the devs would port this to a handheld, as the setup of the game is perfect for quick gaming sessions, as well as longer ones. Read Full Review 80/100
Player Affinity “If there’s anything I’ve noticed in PC gaming over the last decade, its the steady decline of space games. While adventure games underwent a similar decline in popularity, they’ve made a big comeback thanks to companies like Telltale bringing the joys of adventure gaming back to modern gamers. Unfortunately space games haven’t quite had a similiar resurgence, but the guys at Minmax Games are hoping to bring the joys of space games back with their new indie title Space Pirates and Zombies.” Read Full Review 80/100
GAMElitist SPAZ is a quirky top-down space sim much in the style of the final stage of Spore, but with a greatly improved sense of humour. Initially the game seemed to have leaned rather heavily on the Maxim school of game design, even the loading screens telling us facts like “Pre-loading: Space Screams.” However, the initial fears of the game being a clone are soon dispelled as the tutorial begins and you are placed in charge of a fleet of ships. The learning curve is quite gentle, so while controlling and simultaneously micromanaging several flying warships may sound a little daunting, you are never thrown in the deep end. On top of all this, SPAZ is made incredibly addictive by an all pervasive upgrade system. This intrudes even into the storyline which is essentially a mission to upgrade your mother-ship. Read Full Review 80/100
Gaming Irresponsibly Throughout the game I wanted it to be great, and for the most part it was. It’s not hard to notice where the game falters though, and unfortunately it does this more than I’d of liked. For it’s unique gameplay, it’s simplicity and it’s charm the game earns a very respectable(and slightly generous) Read Full Review 70/100
GamePro Combining old school shooter mechanics with a modern appreciation for depth, this unique shooter/RPG hybrid offers a clever take on space exploration and zombie invasions. Read Full Review 70/100
VGNetwork.it Space Pirates and Zombies is an action based, skill oriented, top down space combat game. It’s similar to the ones we knew and loved in years past, but now using full physics simulation and modern graphics for those oh so pretty explosions. Read Full Review 70/100




Genre: Shooter
Style: Overhead Free-Roaming Shooter
Themes: Spacefaring
Release Date: August 15, 2011
Developer: MinMax Games Ltd.
Publisher: MinMax Games Ltd.