Posts by Jonathan Nash

Review: Bounty Arms


Kerosene’s mobile 3D platformer Bounty Arms presents a lot of promise, but ultimately fails to deliver in a way that elevates it above its perceived casual-gaming medium.

Mines of Mars teaser trailer released by Crescent Moon Games


Hopefully Crescent Moon Games will bring us the sci-fi version of Terraria that Edge of Space failed to do. Projected for both an iOS and PC release, Crescent Moon Game’s released a teaser trailer for Mines of Mars. The trailer doesn’t reveal much other than some beautiful 2D landscapes and chilling music From Crescent Moon […]

Infinity Blade 3 for iPhone listed on ChAIR employees LinkedIn


I am sure this news is the coconut lotion for the recent burns by the cancellation of Infinity Blade Dungeons. If the senior quality assurance tester’s LinkedIn is true, then ChAIR is developing a third Infinity Blade. After the announcement for Infinity Blade Dungeons cancellation, Mustard, the co-founder and creative director of ChAIR said: “There’s more […]

Review: The Walking Dead: 400 Days


The Walking Dead 400 Days begins at a missing persons board. A breeze sweeps through photographs of anonymous loved ones who we wouldn’t expect had a story worth telling. These are the stories we assumed ended day one. At the very least, we assumed that these stories are about survival; the same story we’ve experienced in every zombie fiction. Telltale subverts these assumptions by broadening a genre exhausted by the survival narrative.

Mobile as the Future of Video Games


You know what I see standing in line at the supermarket—aside from the self-image corrupting magazines in juxtaposition with candy bars—kids on iPhones. Parents hand their children an iPad or an iPhone to prevent them from having a meltdown over a toy they couldn’t have because what kid needs toys when playing Angry Birds. They’re too busy snagging three stars on all the levels mommy and daddy failed at to kick up a fuss.

iOS App Store Picks of the Week 07/27/2013


The App Store is a busy bazaar with talented developers pushing their games onto you while simultaneously not-so-shiny games make an appearance. Here’s a mix of the great games released like me. If you’re like me, you have at least ten pages on your iPad of games. New Picks Bloodmasque ($6.99): Import your face to […]

Shadowrun Returns Release Date not Today


Many major releases for the App Store have arrived on time. Some have even arrived early such as Dues Ex: The Fall or Bounty Arms (released early in some parts of the world like the great white north). Shadowrun, however, dissapointed a market that has had a solid trend by delaying its release. Portable Gaming […]