Normally when you think of a mobile version of the game, it's a stripped down, "flimsy" version of the console version, but Superchargers on iOS is quite impressive. The Starter Pack is a solid value for anyone that does not have the option or interest in playing on consoles, and I think you may find as I did that the portability of playing on iOS is very convenient.
It's still an excellent game over three years removed from its original release, and having all of its content in one place here with spruced up visuals and tweaked loot distribution is nice -- but the graphical hiccups are a disappointment, although likely patchable. Still, for $30 or less, this is one of the best buys in gaming this holiday for anyone that hasn't played Darksiders II before.
A straight-forward, no frills DVD release of the third and final season of the famous Batman show. For those looking specifically for this season with remastered content, this is the best way to own it.
So good to see Night Dive Studios revive this classic and make it purchasable and playable again. If you've ever uttered the words 'cyberpunk' or like games that have the word 'shock' or "Deus Ex" in them, give this one an honest try -- it may not look the part in screenshots, but it's a legend.
Add this to the growing list of compelling, niche titles in the Vita library. If you have never played an otome game and are curious, this is a great way to see what the genre can offer when it's at its best.
Moderately entertaining but with exceedingly little replay value, the film is worth a once over. The DVD is very basic, but available for less than $10 right now which should appeal to fans of the genre.
One of Jackie's most memorable movies, at least for me, finally makes its way to Blu-ray. It's not a must-have release, but if you're a fan, and given it's only $10, it's a nice addition to your library.