PlayStation

Burnin’ Rubber Review

Burnin' Rubber minis LogoBurnin’ Rubber, also known as Bump ‘n’ Jump, is a top-down racing combat game that can still provide excitement almost 30 years after its initial release. The PlayStation minis version of Burnin’ Rubber is a straight port of the 1982 arcade original however, with no modern emulation features and it could be considered overpriced at $3.99 for all but die hard fans.

The action in Burnin’ Rubber takes place on 32 courses categorized by the four seasons. The goal is to reach the end of the course while smashing as many opponent vehicles as possible by sending them into walls or landing on them with a jump. Read More...

Monopoly Quick Review

Monopoly Title ScreenThe PlayStation minis version of Monopoly represents great value compared to others available. It can be played at home or on the go with up to four players through hot seat multiplayer mode. The game offers eight themed boards to unlock and play on and the ability to save your progress mid-game.

This version of Monopoly is fundamentally sound, but a slow pace and some odd performance issues detract from the fun. You begin by selecting a number of computer or human opponents to play with. You are then given the chance to customize house rules like starting cash and turns in jail before beginning play. Read More…

Alien Zombie Death Quick Review

Alien Zombie Death LogoAlien Zombie Death is a classic arcade-style shooter that features a good variety of enemy types and level designs. You must navigate platform structures while destroying waves of enemies to survive and building your combo meter to obtain high scores. 

The game’s 14 levels are unlocked by obtaining medals as you play. These medals are awarded for destroying a set number of enemies, collecting coins and reaching certain scores. Each level has eight medals to collect and it will take you a while to earn them all. Read More…

Vector TD Quick Review

Vector TD Title ScreenVector TD is a simple and stylish fixed path tower defense game. It features eight maps spread across three difficulties, each with 50 waves of enemy Vectoids to destroy using 11 upgradeable tower types.

There is no story or overarching narrative to speak of in Vector TD, you simply select the map you want to play and begin. You can trigger enemy waves manually, meaning you have plenty of time between waves to strategize and upgrade your towers. Once the enemy wave has started, the action is real-time and cannot be stopped. You can also chose to have enemy waves advance automatically. Read More...