Kyle Moore

I am a current media student with a focus on video game research.

Groove Coaster Review

Groove Coaster Developer:Taito Corp. Publisher: Taito Corp. Genre: Rhythm Platform: iPad(reviewed)/iPhone Release: July 28, 2011 Price: $2.99 (Buy Here) Overview First Taito took us on a ride through space with their cult hit Space Invaders. Now they are taking us on a ride through a vivid world of beautifully crafted visualisations and musical composisions. Ladies and gentlemen, please keep all b...

Taito’s Groove Coaster Updated With New Tracks

Get ready for the ride of your life. Taito’s iOS rhythm based title, Groove Coaster as been updated with some brand new tracks. While the game already features incredible graphics that respond to players touch, creating a rich visualisation to accompany tracks, Taito have now extended their game to include a three new songs. Two of the latest tracks, Protocol Signal Generation and Just No Friend, ...

Indie Studio Mojo Bones Release ‘Tongue Tied’ Teaser

New independent studio from the UK, Mojo Bones, have kindly shared a teaser for their upcoming iOS title, Tongue Tied. The teaser acts as the introduction to the upcoming game, showing the origin of how the two troublesome canines Mick and Ralph became attached. Charmingly animated, its no wonder Mick and Ralph stare on, eagerly salivating in anticipation of the studios debut release. Make sure th...

The Oregon Trail For iPhone Free For Limited Time

If Gameloft’s Back To School Sale wasn’t enough for you, or if you just don’t have $0.99 to spare, the maybe try this free title from Gameloft. The original pioneering game, The Oregon Trail for iPhone/iPod Touch is free to a limited time. Get in quick and test your skills in eight mini games, as you drive a settlers wagon across America in this historically based side-scrolling ...

Gameloft Back To School Sale

Whether you are feeling the sting of going back to school after the holidays, or are like me and have the overwhelming burden of no holidays at all, Gameloft have come along with a back to school sale to ease the pain. Gameloft have reduced the price of a number of titles for both the iPhone and the iPad to a mere $0.99 for a limited time. At only $0.99, these titles won’t be too much of a strain ...

Gameloft’s The Adventures of Tintin The Game Trailer

Mobile gaming giants Gameloft have teamed up with Paramount pictures to help our pal Tin Tin out with his latest adventure. The Adventures of Tin Tin The Game by Gameloft will be available soon on mobile devices, specifically Android, iPhone and iPad. To get you ready for the release, Gameloft have released their very first trailer for the game. The game looks to be much the same as the film, foll...

Back To The Future iOS Sale

Unless you are in fact Doc Brown, you don’t own a time machine. In which case, you should probably head over to iTunes and take advantage of the current sale Telltale Games is offering on all five episodes of Back To The Future for iPad. With pricing at just a mere $2.99 per episode, which is a rather big drop in price, I intend to take advantage of Telltales kind nature and purchase, then rigorou...

TGS 2011: Mobile Peripherals Hands On

I’d consider myself to be a bit of a mobile gamer. Owning an iPhone and iPad (it’s semi mobile, right?) I’ve become rather accustomed to a lack of tactile controls, which I must say can be a little sad. At this years Tokyo Game Show, there was a wide variety of mobile games, many of which are very much the same as games I’d played before. Rather than delve into a bunch of hands o...

TGS 2011: NIS America Press Conference

At this years Tokyo Game Show, company NIS America held a press conference revealing their upcoming titles for 2011 and 2012. The coming years see NIS expanding into new territory with the move to more portable gaming, and teaming up with Aquire for a new title unlike any other game they have developed before. Well known for their RPG’s, NIS America seem to be pushing boundaries in terms of their ...

TGS 2011: Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D Hands On

One of the booths with longer lines at Tokyo Game Show was Konami. Whether it was that people weren’t being given time limits, or that the games were popular, I decided to brave the queue and play some of their soon to be released titles for the Nintendo 3DS. One of the longer lines, and perhaps with good reason too, was for Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D. While I was only able to play for a shor...

TGS 2011: Halo Combat Evolved Preview Event

One of the biggest announcements at this years E3 was the anniversary addition of Halo, Halo: Combat Evolved. At this years Tokyo game show, Microsoft held an event to show case some of the game play of Halo, as well as gave us a chance to ask some questions about their upcoming title. I was very surprised when I walked into the room to find that Halo was in 3D. Given that Halo is a science fictio...

TGS 2011: Shinobi 3D Hands On

At this years Tokyo Game show, Sega allowed for hands on previews of a huge number of titles for the Nintendo 3DS. One of the best games over at the Sega booth was Shinobi 3D. Shinobi 3D takes Sega’s ninja themed franchise into the third dimension, but also integrates some stunning 2D animations that contrast to the 3D game play. At first I was concerned about the lack of 3D, on a title made for a...

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