Although the game has a bit of a steep learning curve for new players, AErena: Clash of Champions really captures the feel of steampunk in a rare, and fun, turn-based strategy MOBA.
Nether follows the post- apocalyptic trend in MMOs, and adds in a monster race to further harass players trying to kill one another. This dynamic might appeal to some people, but is likely too hardcore for most players.
Atlantic Quest offers an underwater match three adventure for Nintendo 3DS players, having formerly been out for the PC. There is a lot of colorful action here that’s perfect for the small screen.
Line of Defense Tactics – Tactical Advantage is yet another in the increasingly long line of turn-based strategy titles coming out these days. Is this one a hit, a miss, or a misfire?
Intended to be a sequel to Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, the newly translated Bravely Default shows us the good side of Japanese-based RPGs at a time when their popularity is seemingly waning.
Legend of Zelda: Link Between Worlds on the Nintendo 3DS has a lot of what made 2D Zelda titles worthwhile while still introducing new aspects and features to keep players interested. It’s about as perfect as a sequel gets.
The classic Doodle Jump game bounds from phones over to the 3DS platform. Revamped as Doodle Jump Adventures, it offers great new graphics, but is that enough to justify the leap, and the higher cost?
Darkout is one of those games like Terraria and Starbound where you have to build a shelter, craft weapons, and fight for your life in a strange world. And if it were not for a few flaws, it might stand shoulder to shoulder with them.
Skylanders Swap Force is one of the powerhouse titles of the season for consoles, but how does it fare when it jumps to the 3DS, and gets a totally new developer to boot?
Everyone wants to find gems and gold under their tree, right? But does Jewel Master 2: Cradle of Egypt 3D fit the bill compared to the real thing? Find out where this match three stacks up in a crowded field.