Wednesday, October 10, 2012

TMNT video game

Embody All Four Famous Turtles: Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo are 
playable, each with unique acrobatic moves, weapons and combat skills, such as 
Michelangelo's fast nunchuk face slap and Raphaelâs powerful Sai throw

Extends the TMNT Movie Experience: The video game uses the same dark and dangerous
environments and same themes in the TMNT movie. Will the Turtles be able to unite 
against the odds or will sibling rivalries create an unstoppable rift between the 
brothers? Only the player's abilities can determine the outcome for the family

Intense Ninja Fighting: By harnessing the power of Ninjitsu, the four Turtles have
become masters of combat. Leonardo shows a calm discipline when he faces his foes, 
attacking carefully and masterfully. Donatello's bow staff can be used to reach 
distant enemies and as a pivot for him to swing himself around the arena. 
Michelangelo is a fast, flamboyant, energetic fighter, good for quick slashes with 
nearby enemies but for powerful direct attacks nothing beats the intensity of 
Raphael's powerful Sai punches.

Unique Acrobatic Navigation: The Turtles jump from rooftop to rooftop, scale tall 
buildings, dive into sewers and race through every corner of the city to confront 
their enemies

Powerful Tag Team Moves: Together the Turtles can team up to reach locations 
unattainable alone, or use their unique individual abilities to find alternate 
routes and secret areas of New York City. By pairing up in combat, the Turtles can 
leverage their combined powers to create a multitude of devastating attacks to 
cripple the enemy

Diverse Enemies and Bosses: Characters from the movie and the original comic book 
series creep out of the shadows to face the Turtles. From the Purple Dragon Street 
Gang to the infamous Foot Clan, a new group of enemies lurks in the sewers. Find 
out what their plan is and how the Turtles can stop them 

Extends the TMNT Movie Experience: The video game uses the same dark and dangerous 
environments and same themes in the TMNT movie. Will the Turtles be able to unite 
against the odds or will sibling rivalries create an unstoppable rift between the 
brothers? Only the player's abilities can determine the outcome for the family

Portal 2 SKIDROW

Portal 2 draws from the award-winning formula of innovative gameplay,
story, and music that earned the original Portal over 70 industry
accolades and created a cult following.

The single-player portion of Portal 2 introduces a cast of dynamic new
characters, a host of fresh puzzle elements, and a much larger set of
devious test chambers. Players will explore never-before-seen areas of
the Aperture Science Labs and be reunited with GLaDOS, the occasionally
murderous computer companion who guided them through the original game.

The games two-player cooperative mode features its own entirely
separate campaign with a unique story, test chambers, and two new
player characters. This new mode forces players to reconsider
everything they thought they knew about portals. Success will require
them to not just act cooperatively, but to think cooperatively.


Orcs Must Die 2 SKIDROW

The player character is known simply as the apprentice. A member of the Order, the apprentice is a stubborn and impulsive human who loves to kill Orcs, and was only recruited because of his innate magical talent. The Order is tasked with maintaining fortresses in the Dead World, and keeping the magical rifts to other worlds contained within out of the hands of the Orcs and other members of the adversarial faction known as the Mob (including Ogres and Gnolls), which want to ravage new territories, although their true intention is unknown.Orcs are portrayed as being less intelligent than humans, but are skilled with medieval style weapons (mainlycrossbows, as they have excellent eyesight), and are highly determined and will stop at nothing to get to the rift.
After an attack on the Order fortress where he was completing his apprenticeship, the apprentice finds himself as the only surviving member of the Order. He must set traps and hazards, and use his skills with bladestaff,crossbow, and magic to defend the fortress and its rifts from the horde of gruesome monsters.
As the attacks continue, the apprentice learns of an intelligence behind the horde: the Sorceress. Once a powerful member of the Order, the Sorceress entered the other world to use magic to control an army. She seeks to crush the rest of the Order, which, by the end of the game, is only the apprentice. He figures out that the rifts are what provide magic in both worlds. In the end, he seals all the rifts. While this separates the worlds, protecting the human world from the orcs, it also removes the source of magic that the human world had relied upon to make their lives better (for example, weather magic was used to dispel droughts and healing magic was used to stop disease). This leads to a weakening of the human world.

Kung Fu Strike The Warriors Rise

Taking its inspiration from ancient Chinese tales of revenge and
retribution and then adding a dash of over-the-top martial arts and old
school arcade fun, Kung Fu Strike features 28 stages of fast-paced
combo-based fighting. Blend powerful punches, high kicks and perfectly
timed blocks to pull off devastating combos, all thanks to a fluid
combat system that turns brawling into an art form 


Arena Wars 2 is the latest in the award-winning Arena Wars series that combines action and fast real-time strategy with RPG elements The outstanding balance of the game allows it, a competitive showdown at a high level With the easy accessibility and the enormous clever AI entry into the series and new players is easy.

Dishonored SKIDROW

Corvo Attano, returns from a voyage abroad in order to gather aid from the neighboring cities to help deal with the Dunwall's plague. upon arriving to the tower of Dunwell to meet with the empress he deliveres the message that the other cities are going to blockade Dunwall and wait for the plague to die out taking the city with them. The Empress is shocked at the news, and before she could speak more of the matter she notices that the palace guards are missing. They are attacked by mysterious assassins cloaked figures who blink in and use arcane abilities to restrain Corvo, Kill the Empress, and kidnap Emily, her daughter. A weaken Corvo crawls to the Empress who's last words were to tell Corvo to save Emily, moments later The Lord Regent arrives with guards and arrest Corvo under the charges of murdering the empress and kidnapping Emily.
An undisclosed amount of time later, Corvo is in jail, and being forced to sign a confession under torture. Corvo refuses, while the Lord Regent mocks Corvo and tells him that now that the royal family is dead that Dunwall will need new strong leadership and slates Corvo for execution tomorrow.
On the day of the execution, a guard gives Corvo his last meal, which consist of a loaf of bread and under it the key to his cell, and a note saying that he is needed, and in order to save Emily he needs to escape the prison by blowing a hole to the sewers.
After escaping the prison he enters a dream like world where he meets the Outsider and is granted the arcane powers that were used by the assassins earlier. After mastering his powers he is given his first target which is the High Overseer and his army of religious zealots.
After being framed for the murder of the Empress, bodyguard Corvo Attano is offered the chance to exact vengeance against the Lord Regent and others responsible by The Outsider. The Outsider grants Corvo its mark, imbuing the disgraced bodyguard with magical abilities.

Just Cause 2 RELOADED

The game picks up a couple of years after the first Just Cause, with Agency operative Rico Rodriguez being dropped into Panau, a fictional island nation in the Malay Archipelago of Southeast Asia. Formerly a US ally, Panau is ruled by Pandak "Baby" Panay (the son of the former leader, US-friendly "Papa" Panay, whom Baby Panay is suspected to have murdered) who institutes a harsh, oppressive dictatorship and cuts off all ties to the US. Rico's mission is to oust Panay from office, as well as track down and assassinate his old mentor, Tom Sheldon, who the Agency fears has gone rogue after disappearing during the regime change. In order to find Sheldon, Rico allies himself with the three dominant criminal gangs on the island: the Roaches, an organized crime syndicate, the Reapers, a communist revolutionary army and the Ular Boys, an ultranationalist tribe opposing foreign influence. He eventually gathers enough information to track down Sheldon, who not only reveals that he's been investigating a larger conspiracy behind Panau, but that he is in fact the "Sloth Demon", the Black Market dealer that often calls Rico to give information on the gangs and that Rico calls to be provided with weapons and vehicles (with "Sloth Demon" being an anagram of "Tom Sheldon"). Rico establishes that Sheldon has not gone rogue, and Sheldon tells him to continue causing chaos on Panau while he goes to explain the situation to the Agency.
After clearing everything up, Sheldon suddenly demands that Rico quickly make his way over to his hideout. They tell him that Jade Tan, a mysterious Agency asset whom Rico had met earlier, has been caught in Panay's military base, and is to be tortured and possibly killed without questions. Rico heads to rescue her, and destroys the base where she is held. However, Jade is bundled into a truck and a fleet of gunmen attemptto make a getaway along a frozen lake. En route, a nuclear submarine emerges from the ice, but Rico hijacks the truck carrying Jade, and they are both airlifted to safety by Sheldon and Kane (another Agency operative who was with Rico in his insertion in Panau at the beginning of the game.) Later, Jade reveals that the Roaches, Reapers, and Ular Boys are secretly being supported by benefactors of Russia, China, and Japan respectively in an effort to bring down Panay, and Rico and Sheldon wonder what the small nation that is Panau has that is able to attract such dominant superpowers. Nonetheless, Rico and Sheldon track down the foreign intelligence officers liaising with the factions and assassinate them. Soon after, the island is amidst so much chaos that Panay is forced to leave the capital and take refuge in his fortified military base. Enlisting the aid of the factions, whether it be from the Ular Boys, Reapers, or the Roaches, Rico assaults Panay's hideout, but all of Rico's followers are killed during the raid. Panay is apparently killed during the assault by Karl Blaine in a murder-suicide (Karl believed that Jade Tan was dead, even though she wasn't), and Rico discovers that Russia, China, Japan, and the US have been secretly fighting over Panau for its oil supply, which is supposedly therichest in the world.
With Panay dead, the situation in Panau turns into a free for all as foreign nations scramble to claim the oil. Russia, China, and Japan send a fleet of supertankers to Panau, while the US begins scrambling military forces to defend the island. Rico is tasked with holding off the supertankers until reinforcements arrive. However, a massive nuclear submarine suddenly surfaces from the sea. Rico investigates the submarine and discovers Panay, who is still alive but injured from Karl Blaine's suicide attack. Panay proceeds to fire four nuclear missiles at Russia, China, Japan, and the US, but his clothing is accidentally snagged on one of the missiles and he is hauled off with it. In pursuit, Rico grapples onto one of them and both men battle in mid air as Rico disarms each missile one by one. Finally, on the US missile, Rico pins Panay into the exposed missile core and reprograms the targeting computer before leaping to safety. The final missile changes course and explodes over Panau's oil fields, killing Panay and destroying Panau's massive oil reserves. Rico reunites with Sheldon, Kane and Jade, who express their dismay at this decision as the oil was worth millions, but Rico explains that the oil is not worth dying over, and now that it's destroyed, all interest in Panau will be lost, preventing a war between the major superpowers and sparing the innocents of the island. Sheldon agrees, and assures Rico that a US-friendly president will be installed on Panau, and that the nation will be closely monitored. The group raise their glasses, to good friends, and a job well done.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Zuma Deluxe

The game is set in Aztec Mexico.The objective of Zuma is to eliminate all of the balls rolling around the screen along a given path, with other balls (the path is clearly visible in all of the levels except the last level), before these balls reach the yellow skull structure, which will open to varying degrees as a warning of oncoming balls.The player can carry two balls at a time and can switch at any time. As soon as one ball reaches the skull, the rest follow and the player loses a life. To prevent the balls reaching the Skull, the player can eliminate the balls by firing a colored ball from the stone frog idol's mouth towards the chain of balls that will continue to push forward until the player fills the yellow bar, which is when the balls will stop producing off-screen. When three or more of the same color come in contact, they explode, possibly triggering other explosions as part of a chain reaction. The level is completed when after the bar is filled, the player eliminates all of the balls on the screen.
There are bonuses for collecting coins (usually through gaps), for causing explosions through gaps of other balls, and for having a streak of always causing an explosion with each consecutive ball (coins and chainbonuses are a quick way to fill the bar). Time bonuses are also awarded if a player completes the level within ace time - ranging from thirty seconds to four minutes depending on the level.
Four different types of power-ups show up in balls, which can be activated by exploding the ball with the power-up. The backwards ball pushes the furthest-out chain (depending on if all of the balls are connected) backwards for a short length of time. The slow-down ball slows the speed of the chain of balls for a short length of time. The accuracy ball allows quicker shots and points an arrow at where the ball will be shot (this stays active for about the same amount of time as the slow-down ball; however, size of balls must be considered). The explosion ball explodes all of the balls within a small radius of the ball at the spot and time of its explosion. If not exploded quickly, power-up balls will return to their regular state after some time.

Tiny Troopers

Tiny Troopers puts you in command of a team of small soldiers. Guide them through 30 deadly missions with varied objectives: destroy enemy armoured formations, save hostages and eliminate enemy generals, to name but just a few. Your troopers will face enemy infantry, snipers, technicals and even tanks.
The game has a promotion system for surviving soldiers making them tougher when deploying them in then next battle. During gameplay you can upgrade your soldiers by giving them better equipment, tactical commands and weapons. You can also call in special forces like paratroopers, medics and genie staff.


Spore allows the player to develop a species from a microscopic organism to its evolution into a complexanimal, its emergence as a social, intelligent being, to its mastery of the planet and then finally to its ascension into space, where it interacts with alien species across the galaxy. Throughout the gamethe player's perspective and species change dramatically.
The game is broken up into distinct yet consistent, dependent "phases". The outcome of one phase affects the initial conditions and leveling facing the player in the next. Each phase exhibits its own style of play, and has been described by the developers as ten times more complicated than its preceding phase. While players are able to spend as much time as they would want in each, it is possible to accelerate or skip phases altogether.Some phases feature optional missions; when the player completes a mission, they are granted a bonus, such as a new ability or money. If all of a player's creations are completely destroyed at some point, the species will be respawned at its nearest colony or at the beginning of the phase.
Unlike many other Maxis games, Spore has a primary win condition, which is obtained by reaching a supermassive black hole placed at the center of the galaxy and receiving a "Staff of Life". Another major achievement involves defeating or befriending the Grox, a cyborg species with a large empire guarding the core. However, the player may continue to play after any goal has been achieved. There is a difficulty selector to each stage, allowing players to choose the difficulty for each part of the game. Spore defaults to the easiest level. The first four phases of the game, if the player uses the editors only minimally, will take up to 15 hours to complete, but can take as little as one or two hours. Note that there is no time limit for any stage: the player may stay in a single stage as long as s/he wishes, and progress to the next stage when ready. At the end of each phase, the player's actions cause their creature to be assigned a characteristic. Each phase has three characteristics, usually based on how aggressively or peacefully the phase was played. Characteristics determine how the creature will start the next phase and give it abilities that can be used later in the game.