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IPhone: Epic Pet Wars Review

Ultimate Pet War: Halo the Pug vs. Free Willy

  • Game: Epic Pet Wars (v1.5.1)
  • Developer: Miraphonic
  • Price (at time of review): Free - $40.00
  • Release Date: 10/1/2009

Games like Epic Pet Wars have been around for a while now and exist mainly on Facebook. The procedure is rather simple and routine; level up, buy better equipment, and level up some more. This format has been used for many games of the same type; an example being the Mob and Vampire games that clog up the App Store. Epic Pet Wars, or EPW, manages to distinguish itself in a crowded field. It has a large amount of pets to choose from; you actually partake in the battle as opposed to simply clicking a button and it has a huge community.

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XBL Indies: Streets of Fury Review

 Streets of Fury? More like Streets of Curry!!! - I don't know what that means.

Streets of Fury is an interesting Double Dragon-esque game that uses digital sprites based off of real people, much like the old Mortal Kombat games (and yes, Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game: That Was a Movie Game: Van Damme – not the official title). The game works surprisingly well and there is quite a bit of replay value for all the completionists out there.

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iPhone: Ninja TD review

Everything is better with ninjas!

This was yet another game that I downloaded on a whim off of my genius tab. Unlike my previous review of Moonlight Minions I felt this game was definitely worth the $2 spent. Ninja TD has beautiful artwork, as Moonlight Minions, and the same amount of towers. The striking artwork seems to have become a tower defense game staple and that is fine with me. The way the game plays also shows that it has some order and thought put into the progression of the game.

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Borderlands: Zombie Island DLC Review

Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2 both sold extremely well and have strong communities behind them. To estimate the amount of enjoyment that you, as a reader, will personally have, there are two questions that need to be answered.

1) Do you like Left 4 Dead?

2) Do you like more of the same?

Zombies...Come out to play-i-ay.

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XBL Indies: Trajectory Review

Get used to seeing Mat's A.I. win a lot...

Trajectory is a strategy game where you and an opponent try to kill each other by throwing bombs at one another. This is done by choosing an angle and velocity and hoping you hit your target. It has the potential to be fun, but the A.I. is far too difficult in most cases.

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