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Resident Evil 4: PLATINUM Review

Review CAPCOM By Luke Bartley, 5 years, 4 months ago
Resident Evil 4: PLATINUM Review

The Resident Evil series has respected history in video games, and now the fourth iteration has made its way to the iPhone. This port has tried to stay faithful to the looks and gameplay of its console counterpart, and mostly it is successful. Playing the part of Leon Kennedy, you have been asked to investigate the kidnapping of the President's daughter, however there is a lot more at play than it would seem. The controls have been condensed to be fit on the iPhone's screen. Movement…

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Playman Track & Field Review

Review GameHouse By Luke Bartley, 5 years, 5 months ago
Playman Track & Field Review

Playman Track and Field from Real Networks pits you against AI competitors or your friends in a series of track and field events. There are 5 events to play through, 100 Meter Dash, Long Jump, Hurdles, Pole Vault and Javelin. Each event is played using on screen buttons to press at the right time. It seems like a throwback to earlier olympic games where button mashing was required, yet it still works great. There are multiple modes to play through, and you can play each event individu…

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Uggles - Collect them ALL Review

Review frogameleon Ltd By Luke Bartley, 5 years, 5 months ago
Uggles - Collect them ALL Review

Uggles is a simple little game for the iPhone. The goal is to juggle your uggles and prevent them hitting the ground. The longer you keep your little friends airborne, the higher your score, but beware! Just one dropped Uggle will result in game over. There really is not much to this game, and it feels like it is targeted at a younger audience. The visuals are simple, yet colourful and cartoonish enough to hold attention for awhile. Your creatures long arms are quite comical and the u…

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