When STREET FIGHTER IV (TMA Review) first released for the iPhone, it redefined in many waysÂ the arcade fighting arena on the platform. Granted, we did have some quality titles before that, likeÂ Bruce Lee Dragon Warrior (TMA Review), but the adaptation of the legendary franchise was the first to bring the true console experience to iOS. But one thing was missing, and a crucial thing for any arcade fighting at that. Iâ€™m talking of course, about multiplayer. Well, fans of beating your friends to a pulp, rejoice, as this has been remedied with the release of STREET FIGHTER IV VOLT.
This weekâ€™s new releases include pseudo-sequels, electronic versions of non-existent board games, and familiar games with new names.Â Street Fighter IV Volt sounds more like a repackaged update than a true sequel, but it does sport the one thing that most users were clamoring for â€“ WiFi multiplayer fights.Â Cargo Runners is a game designed from the ground up for the iPad, yet itâ€™s meant to look like a digital reproduction of an old fashioned physically printed board game.Â From what I hear, it does a pretty good job at that.Â Many of you might have noticed the game Mooniacs and looked at it with a quizzical eye, thinking youâ€™d experienced dÃ©jÃ vu.Â Donâ€™t fret â€“ the game is actually a rebranding of the puzzle game Moonsters , this time under the publishing label of Namco.Â As long as it plays the game same, youâ€™ll still be in for a treat.