Assault Commando in Review: Capcom’s Commando for 2010?

It was kind of interesting to see Capcom release Commando as part of their recent Capcom Arcade freemium game, because I remember thinking to myself the first time I played Assault Commando: “This is what I would picture Capcom releasing if they decided to modernize their old game Commando”.  I still feel that way when I load it up and play it.  There are no complex mechanics – it’s a nice run and gun and destroy everything in your path type game.  And just like Capcom’s Commando, the game can be quite challenging at times. Continue reading…

10 New App Store Games To Watch [Aug 30 - Sep 5]

This week was a double home run for iPhone gamers, and I’m not sure which item is bigger news.  The fan favorite, I’m sure, is Mirror’s Edge (TMA Review), the long awaited “running with a purpose” game from Electronic Arts.  On the flip side is my personal interest of the week, Spider-man: Total Mayhem from Gameloft, a game that takes place in the Ultimate Spiderman universe and looks like it could be one of the best outings for the webbed wall crawler to date.  For budding space traders there’s Star Shipping Inc, the latest entry in the growing field of buy low, sell high space games to arrive on the iPhone.  Finally, RPG fans are in for a real treat with Rimelands: Hammer Of Thor (TMA Review), brought to you from the fine developers that created Ravensword (TMA Review).  Sadly there is no intriguing zombie related news this week, though I did finally get to try Zombie Infection from Gameloft, and I definitely recommend it.

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