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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     November 06, 2013     0   1   0   0   0
I like me some Backyard Monsters Unleashed.
 
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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     April 05, 2013     0   1   0   0   0
An old toy (Wacky Wall Crawler) from my childhood has reared its head in an iOS game. The game is far more entertaining than the toy, but is it less frustrating? Come see.
 
7.2
 
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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     May 01, 2011     0   1   0   0   0
Final Fantasy III has made another return! This time the Square Enix classic has made it to the iPad and the question begs, why should you purchase this on the iPad if you already have it on other systems? Come find out.
 
8.4
 
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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     February 24, 2011     0   5   0   0   0
Move over, Pac-Man! Improvements have arrived, old-timer.
 
8.2
 
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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     February 24, 2011     0   6   0   0   0
Ridge Racer was a blast in 1993 when it made its debut in the arcades (those were places where giant cabinets ruled the earth and gamers' college funds). Many racers up to that point that weren't made by Sega of America truly weren't worth a damn. Sega had dominated the market and had recently introduced a high profile game called Daytona USA. When Namco brought its beauty into the ring it stood out like a wonderful sore thumb and the series that is Ridge Racer never looked back from there. Fast forward years later and the series has worn its welcome a bit having been overshadowed by such hits as Forza and Gran Turismo. Namco, to their credit, has been true to its series, keeping it in an arcade format where it's more fun to have a racing game in short burst than it is for a racing game to become an RPG. So what does that have to do with anything? Well, if you're still reading this review you've probably figured out that Namco has taken their popular racing sim and converted it to the iPad. While there's no doubt that the iPad...
 
7.6
 
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Written by Will Johnson     October 14, 2010     0   1   0   0   0
The Mooninites would definitely be pleased with this release from Namco.  Bit. Trip BEAT HD is the iteration of the first game in the Bit. Trip series made for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch now available on the App Store.  And although the presentation is a little "off the wall" it's a challenging game that makes you want to pick up and play a lot.
 
7.6
 
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Written by Steven McGehee     September 14, 2010     0   8   0   0   0
Way back in March of 2009, Steve Schardein took Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for a spin on its native platform, the Nintendo DS. Later that year in October, Eric did the same on the PSP. Since that time, the game has been ported to the iPhone, and now as of last week, the iPad. Granted, either Steve or Eric would have been better suited to review this than me, but, due to travel and lack of multiple iPads -- well, you get the point. So this newest iteration of Chinatown Wars offers spruced up visuals, multiple control layouts, and it makes great use of the gorgeous iPad screen. While that may already be enough for some, if you're looking for significant changes or addition to the gameplay, you won't find them in this iPad version. But, if you're looking for one of the best iPad games available, you should strongly consider this release from Rockstar Leeds.
 
8.4
 
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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     July 30, 2010     0   7   0   0   0
Star Wars: Trench Run is a fantastic concept for the iPhone generation (and those iPad users out there who are daring).  You get to command multiple ships and guns and take your place in Star Wars history as a certified rebel.
 
7.0
 
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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     July 02, 2010     0   1   0   0   0
There's nothing quite like a classic.
 
8.4
 
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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     May 26, 2010     0   4   0   0   0
There are so many darn apps out there for the iPhone and iPad. Most fail, while some succeed.  Then there are a very few that capture the essence of a good mixture of simplicity and strategy; then they turn out to be hits. Sneezies HD is one of those games.
 
8.2
 
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Written by Steven McGehee     May 21, 2010     0   8   0   0   0
Venan is quickly becoming a hot name in iPhone games. I played through and thoroughly enjoyed Space Miner: Space Ore Bust game a few months ago. Lately, I've been playing a new iPhone game from Pickle King Productions that is published under the Venan Arcade label. This colorful, accessible, and addictive vertical platformer known as Ninjatown: Trees Of Doom! is currently 50% and only $.99.
 
6.6
 
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Pac-Man Hot
Written by Nathaniel Stevens     May 09, 2010     0   1   0   0   0
The iPhone didn't do it justice. The Neo Geo pocket didn't do it justice. The DS/GBA/GB/Nintendo whatever didn't do it justice. There hasn't been a portable system that has successfully done Pac-Man justice. Until now.
 
8.6
 
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Written by Steven McGehee     February 17, 2010     0   5   0   0   0
This weekend, despite having several a variety of enticing gaming options to choose from, I ended up spending most of my time on the iPhone. I didn't expect to, but I wound up sinking eight or nine hours into a new one from Venan Arcade entitled Space Miner: Space Ore Bust. The game's got a lot more than a clever title; space shooter fans and those that like a funny story and a light, accessible but nonetheless cool RPG game will want to be sure to get this one.
 
8.2
 
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Written by Steven McGehee     January 22, 2010     0   4   0   0   0
THQ's popular and successful Smackdown Vs RAW series was released for the first time on the iPhone earlier this month. WWE fans looking for a wrestling fix on the go will want to look elsewhere, however. I've spent a few hours with this iPhone version and truth be told, it's got a lot of problems. I can't recommend this even to die hard wrestling fans.
 
3.6
 
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Written by Steven McGehee     December 29, 2009     0   5   0   0   0
Southpeak Interactive has just dropped its first entry into the App Store with Schrodinger's Rat. We've done some previous coverage of the game in the last couple of weeks, and over the past few days I've had the chance to play the game for review. If you're into accelerometer based maze games, you can't go wrong with Schrondinger's Rat, but other than that niche audience, it's hard to outright recommend.
 
5.2
 
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