Aliens are invading the Earth! Where are they from? Who knows. What do they want? Good question. One thing is for sure: they must be stopped! The only ones up to the task are the stars of Random Heroes 2, a menagerie of warriors assembled to take on the bad guys on their home turf. Much like its predecessor, Random Heroes, your army and your arsenal must adapt and get stronger in order to destroy the menace that threatens the planet. Think you’re up to the task? Find out what your mission entails after the jump!
Usagi Yojimbo, a solo ninja warrior who stars in his own comic book and is a sometimes-ally to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, makes his app game debut in Usagi Yojimbo: Way of the Ronin. The long-eared rabbit, who carries a katana blade, is on an epic quest that fuses beat-’em-up button taps with a role-playing plot. It’s packed with action, flashy moves and crispy clear graphics that will gain the approval of kids and adults. Find out why you should grab a sword and join Usagi on his noble journey after the jump.
When the world’s greatest superheroes unite, it’s guaranteed to be a game-worthy event. No, we’re not talking about the likes of Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and the Hulk of Marvel Comics’ Avengers team and some spin-off app. Today, we’re talking about their DC Comics counterparts, the Justice League, and its roster of icons, specifically Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Flash, all of whom appear in Justice League: Earth’s Final Defense.
With such well-known playable avatars running around your iOS screen, can this Justice League role-play save the day from lackluster adaptations of the past? Read on after the jump to find out. (more…)
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