Jet Car Stunts is now available for Xbox Live Arcade and soon will be making its way to the PlayStation Network.
The point and click adventure genre has always seemed like a testing ground for the unconventional. Not always for the better, but you’re more likely to see originality, untapped potential and new ideas blossom here than in FPS titles, JRPGs and the like. The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief is a clear example of this with a very different setting, lead character and narrative style than you would find in many modern day releases.
Originally released in 1991, Toejam and Earl were the original Hip-Hopping, funky-aliens. A sort of underwhelming game back in the day gets re-released on Xbox live arcade, not just one but two games, ToeJam & Earl and Toejam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron. With some changes made and the re-release on XBLA is it as good as you remember or does this collection deserve to phone home?
The closer we get to E3 the more exciting every day gets for gamers everything. I think it’s because we know that after E3 there is a drought that lasts deep into the summer and doesn’t let up until we hit the fall release squeeze. With a lot of stuff revealed yesterday for lots of major titles to day may feel like a little bit of a light outing by comparison. Yet still, a few notable things happened, with Atlus giving some of their fans a pleasant surprise.
If you grew up in the 80s, late 80s or early 90s you might recall a little underrated game known as Choplifter for either the Atari or the Sega Master. I remember both, so I was thrilled to hear earlier last year that there was an HD remake being released on XBLA, well it’s now released but does it save lives or is this chopper out of fuel before takeoff.
Today’s Free App of the Day is: Soul