Have you ever found yourself wanting desperately to direct traffic in several pubic men’s restrooms? No? Well, you can do it anyway in one of the newest releases on the Vita. Men’s Room Mayhem takes a page from the book of games like Diner Dash and Flight Control and tasks you with running a clean and safe restroom. The action gets hectic really quickly and they’ve included enough hooks to make it a fun and satisfying experience for a very low asking price.
Microsoft unveiled their new, let’s call it an entertainment system, yesterday and the internet exploded with opinions. A few of them have been good, quite a lot have been negative and some have even fallen into neutral. I definitely have opinions of the Xbox One from what I saw yesterday, but they may not be what you think if you followed my Twitter feed during the reveal. Let’s dive into this cross-examination style with a segment I’m going to call: Leading the Witness.
One of the best indicators of the quality an HD port of a mobile game is the amount of time they spend on it. If it’s been done rather quickly, it’ll likely either be fine, but not outstanding or even ugly and glitchy. If they take their time, while not always a slam dunk, these ports can really benefit from the move. After playing the demo version of Resident Evil: Revelations, it’s looking so far to be the latter.
Many would agree that one of the most neglected and misrepresented genres out there in video games nowadays is horror. Most of the established horror series, Resident Evil and Silent Hill for example, have evolved through the years to incorporate action-based gameplay. Recently, a trend has emerged in the games that have been successful with scaring the pants off their players. Stripping players of all the power they usually have in games like that leaves you feeling unnerved and exposed. First-person horror adventure game Among the Sleep looks to do just that by putting you in the shoes of a toddler.