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Contra: Evolution: One of the most iconic shooter games gets an iOS update and new life

Gone Free! Contra Evolution

 
Horn:  Epic RPG that Plays like Infinity Blade Meets The Legend of Zelda

Gone Free! Horn!

 
EPOCH.2: Grab this Top Notch Shooter for Free from IGN via Redeemable Codes

Free via Redeemable Codes: EPOCH.2!

 

Best iPad Apps

FTL: Faster Than Light Review: 5 Stars! This Spacefaring Sim Soars On iPad

 
 
 
 
 

I had heard much about FTL: Faster Than Light, the indy RTS space sim that made waves on PC when it was released in 2012, but I never got the opportunity to play the game. Now FTL has come to iPad, and I’m glad to finally be able to experience this gem of a game….(Read the full article)

Star Horizon Review: Great Rail Action, but Not Much Else

 
 
 
 
 

I’ve been a fan of space-based shooters since the days of Star Wars: The Arcade Game, and so new space shooters often catch my eye. As such, I was excited to get my hands on Star Horizon, the new game from Tabasco Interactive. The previews and trailers promised beautiful, fast space shooter action. And it…(Read the full article)

Microsoft Office ( Word, Excel, PowerPoint) for iPad Review: Worth the Wait

 
 
 
 
 

“It’s about time!” shouted the collective voice of enterprise IT experts and undergraduate college students on Thursday as Microsoft finally, FINALLY released Office for iPad. Well, not all of Office. Instead, it’s the three most commonly used components: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. And they didn’t cut corners, either — these are beautiful, well thought out,…(Read the full article)

Cut the Rope 2 Review: More Om Nom, More Candy, More Fun

 
 
 
 
 

The first Cut the Rope is one of the most memorable games in the App Store, and its simple, clever premise has inspired many other puzzle games. To put out a true sequel to the game, ZeptoLabs had to come up with new spins on the Cut the Rope concept. They rose to the challenge,…(Read the full article)


Bloodstroke Review: Survival Runner With A Neat And Bloody Twist

 
 
 
 
 

John Woo isn’t the first Hollywood type to put his name to an App Store game, but his name definitely caught my attention. And I’m glad it did, because the game he’s endorsed, Bloodstroke, is a unique and bloody take on the survival runner genre. The story is thin, but it gets the game going….(Read the full article)

Baldur’s Gate II for iPad Review: Still the Best RPG Series on iOS

 
 
 
 
 

For fans of Dungeons & Dragons, the Baldur’s Gate games stand out for being some of the best, most authentic D&D gaming available on PC. Last year, the anniversary of that game was celebrated with the release of Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition. Now, the iPad has been gifted with the follow-up game, Baldur’s Gate II:…(Read the full article)

Shadow Blade Review: Pocket-Sized Ninja Action is Great Fun!

 
 
 
 
 

There are plenty of ninja-action games in the App Store, and so a developer needs to really put some effort into a new ninja game to make it stand out. Dead Mage Games and Crescent Moon Games, I’m happy to say, did just that with their new game Shadow Blade. It’s a ninja action platformer…(Read the full article)

The Room Two Review: More Goodness, More Creepiness

 
 
 
 
 

I was laying down in my bed and the lights were darkened, the only illumination coming from the bright moon through my window and the screen of my iPad. I slid my finger across to unlock the mechanism on the screen, revealing a hidden secret I had been searching for quite some time. Nothing had…(Read the full article)

Top Ten iOS Games of 2013

Top Ten iOS Games of 2013

The staff at App Saga have spent the past year giving their opinions on the games that you love. Now, we’ve come together to declare the Top 10 iPad and iPhone Games of 2013. These are ten games that you absolutely, positively should experience on your iOS devices. Game of the Year 1. XCOM: Enemy…(Read the full article)

Walking Dead Season 2 Ep. 1 Review: Telltale Tries To Recapture the Magic

 
 
 
 
 

Warning! This review discusses events in The Walking Dead: The Game S1. You have been warned. ¬†After the huge success of The Walking Dead: The Game, expectations were high for developer Telltale Games to follow it up with a strong second season. And they have with The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 1, “All That…(Read the full article)

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