The first Mario Kart title, Super Mario Kart, was released back in 1992. In this time, we’ve seen many iterations, spanning many different consoles. Since the success of Pokémon Go, Nintendo has become a lot more interested in utilising mobile technologies. Super Mario Jump was great, but today, we’re going to check out Mario Kart Tour, which came out fairly recently. I managed to snap the game up on the day of release and hey, it’s another free title!
Through Azeroth, to Paragon City, I’ve played a number of MMORPGs in my life. All of them adhere to vaguely similar rules; create a character, run through a huge open world and do some quests. Get coins, do a few professions – If you’re a fan of MMORPGs, you’d know the drill. I’ve played so many, that I was trying to look for one that could potentially replace the massive void that World of Warcraft left in my heart. Naturally, it was only a matter of time before I picked up Elder Scolls Online – But what did I make of the world of Tamriel? Read on to find out more, along with a screenshot gallery of my journey.
For the past eight or so months, I’ve been pretty much devoted to Tekken 7, a game which has rekindled my love for the fighting game genre as a whole. So, when I heard there was a mobile version, you can imagine exactly what I said…
“This is going to be dreadful! How can I get my beloved combos on a tiny phone?!”
So, uh, I went in with pretty low expectations for the fighting game franchises first foray on mobile – a hard platform to do any form of video games as a whole. However, what I experienced ended up being something I genuinely didn’t expect… And hey, it’s free, so let’s read on!
I remember saying during my review of One More Dungeon that rogue games may not work for first person shooters, then I reminded myself of the fantastic Heavy Bullets which made me backtrack on this statement a bit. I also forgot about the game which I am going to talk about today and that is Tower Of Guns. The game is available for OSX, Windows and Linux from a number of different online retailers, which can all be found on the developers’ website.
I’ve rocked out to plenty of songs on older Guitar Hero titles, from Guitar Hero 3 and Guitar Hero World Tour, as well as their rivals in Rock Band. In fact, I used to be pretty good, if I do say so myself. I can still play Expert on some Guitar Hero titles… Until I was met with Guitar Hero Live, which took all we knew about the series and changed it in a drastic way. For better or for worse, I’m here to talk about Guitar Hero Live and what makes it different from other Rhythm games of the same ilk.
The Elder Scrolls, one of Bethesda’s biggest franchises. During its tenure, this series has had 5 single player games, an MMO that has seen two expansions and of course all of the single player expansions as well. It’s no fluke either, as The Elder Scrolls games are constantly known for delivering excellence in video games, no matter how buggy some of them can be. But with this in mind, are they actually any good?
Last Christmas, I gave you my heart, but the very next day, you went on GIMP and made a Bauble. Well then, now that’s out of the way with, tonight’s very short post, complete with images, is how to make your very own bauble in GIMP. Join Timlah and get into the festive cheer, by creating your very own Christmas decorations and join us on GeekOut in getting Christmas-y.