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Home » Apps with tag ' Genre Busters'

Genre Busters: top 3 best games made by bands on iOS

Feature By Peter Willington, 3 days, 18 hours ago
Genre Busters: top 3 best games made by bands on iOS

Having conquered the world of rock and roll, a few bands and artists are now starting to get into video games. It's a slightly odd phenomenon, and one that hasn't produced too many amazing results yet, but James and I decided to take a look at the best of what's on offer, and tell you whether they're any good or not. We also find that James is not a big fan of nu-metal. Not one little bit. Want the Single Edit? Here are the games we cover, click the link to skip to the gameplay. 1. Hail to the King: Deathbat2. Polyfauna3. Linkin Park Recharge - Wastelands…


Genre Busters: top 4 best free-to-play fighting games on iOS

Feature By Peter Willington, 1 week, 3 days ago
Genre Busters: top 4 best free-to-play fighting games on iOS

Free-to-play and fighting games have gone hand-in-hand on mobile of late, with plenty of big name brawlers getting the freemium mobile punch-em-up treatment. So James and I decided to take a look at some of the best (and one of the worst) games in the genre to bring you the definitive guide on what you should be spending your time on. Too busy fighting in the streets to watch the whole thing? Click on the game you want to see in action below to jump straight to it. 1. Batman: Arkham Origins2. Injustice: Gods Among Us3. Soulcalibur: Unbreakable Soul4. Marvel: Contest of Champions…


Genre Busters: top 5 best Radiangames games

Feature By Peter Willington, 2 weeks ago
Genre Busters: top 5 best Radiangames games

As we discussed on the stream, both James and I are big fans of the Radiangames catalogue. Intense arcade-oriented blasters and puzzlers are the order of the day, usually with a liberal helping of vivid neon and huge explosions. We decided to take a long look at the oeuvre, and bring you our five favourites. If you haven't got an hour to watch the stream replay, never fear: you can jump to the games instantly via the links below... 1. Inferno 22. Crush!3. JoyJoy4. Super Crossfighter5. Fluid SE…


Genre Busters: top 5 best skateboarding games on iOS

Feature By Peter Willington, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Genre Busters: top 5 best skateboarding games on iOS

Tony Hawks Pro Skater was originally released on the 31st August 1999 on the first PlayStation, so to celebrate this momentous occasion we've gone ahead and collected together the best skateboarding games available on iOS, including the newest (and currently only available in New Zealand) Tony Hawks game. That Harry Slater joins me for this episode, as we guide you through what's worth your time when it comes to skateboarding on iPhone and iPad, as well as geeking out about punk rock. You may be slightly too busy to watch the full thing, and if that's the case you can skip to each of the games featured via these incredibly handy links. 1. Tony Hawks Shred Session2. True Skate3. Transwor…


Genre Busters: Our Top 4 Hackers (Twitch catch-up)

Feature By Danny Russell, 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Genre Busters: Our Top 4 Hackers (Twitch catch-up)

As part of our regular programming over on our Twitch channel, we look at some of the best games that we feel define a specific genre in Genre Busters. With Watch_Dogs dominating the multiplatform charts this week, we decided to focus on games which have you hacking, or indeed cracking, as an integral part of the game. A genre we call hackers, although our Twitch viewers have come penned an even better name for the genre - hacktastic games! We started the show with a quick demonstration of Watch_Dogs Companion: ctOS Mobile, which allows iPhone and iPad users to infiltrate their friends' games and send the feds after them. Uplay has been inundated with folks trying to play this mode, b…