June 1, 2012 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Budapest, Hungary - This month a great amount of terrific games arrived. It's never easy to tell our loved ones that if they want to talk to us in the next couple weeks, they better start a demon hunter in Diablo III and fight the demonic hordes of the underworlds together with us. When the world is safe again and we're happy with the loot we collected from the corpse of the Lord of Terror with our invisible vacuum cleaner we can bullet-dive through Max Payne 3 in a few days as well. But then, if we want to play with Dragon's Dogma too, losing 60 hours of your life is inevitable. And it's not even the end of the list yet. Well, a life of a gamer is never easy, right?
Especially if he likes reading professional in-depth articles, reviews and previews about videogames! We blow the gamers's minds again with our contents this month. We have tried LEGO Batman 2, annihilated the plebs in Civilization V: Gods & Heroes, and have also sniped a bit in Hitman: Absolution.
Anyway, the real stars of our preview section this month is Elder Scrolls Online, and if anyone is into the FPS genre, we have three small surprises for him/her: Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Halo 4 and Crysis 3!
While playing writing our in-depth reviews on Diablo III and Max Payne 3, we were able to review 22(!) other titles as well: we became professors of tentacleism in Prototype 2, have hunted mithological creatures in Dragon's Dogma, fled from zombies in The Walking Dead, levelled up our character in the not only sexy, but also cool Tera, and breathed life into plastic figures in Skylanders. Meanwhile we have won the battle of the continents in UEFA Euro 2012 by the way.
We have also checked out the latest and biggest iOS hits this month, and will keep this good habit of ours in the future - we liked Nova 3 a lot. We have also ripped some spines out in Mortal Kombat for the Vita and broke our necks in Trials Evolutions.
* iOS 4.0 or later
* iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
* 4.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
GameStar 2.4.3 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
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