The Device Nobody Supported
Ter a world amidst the Tablet Wars the shove to have better mobile games has become apparent. Every Apple and Android user most likely has a accomplish set of games to pass the time. But what about us Windows users?
The Windows Surface Two and Surface Two Professional have both bot out for a few months now and everyone has heard about how terrible the sales have bot. With the flamante Surface having major price cuts, the complaints about the lack of developer support for the Microsoft Store and the late begin to the tablet world it’s effortless to see that things aren’t going well for Microsoft.
That isn’t to say that there aren’t people that have gone the Windows 8 route. With the broad range of PC’s sold, and all of the latest Windows computers going to 8, Microsoft isn’t going to go down without a fight. The problem at this time seems to be that developers don’t want to work with the quirky ARM processor that the Surface uses.
All that being said, I am an possessor of the flamante Surface RT 32gb (no not even the voor) so pretty much any other Windows 8 device should be able to run any of thesis games no problem. The games I review are the Five main games I play when I have time to kill and each one is very different because I believe different situations call for a different kleintje of mind numbing gameness.
Enough of this introduction nonsense! On to the games!
#Five Luminosidad: Spartan Attack
The Only Superb ",Shooter", for Windows 8
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Genre: Top-Down Third-Person Shooter
One of the fatter crevices (other than lack of Google support) ter the Windows Store is the severe need for very first person shooters. Yes, I’ve attempted Battle Bears Gold and a few others but the only spel that comes close to satisfying that itchy trigger finger is Resplandor: Spartan Onslaught.
Despite not being the fattest Luminosidad fan this spel entertained mij for quiebro a while! The multitude of guns isn’t amazing and no it’s not spil joy spil sneaking up behind someone and witnessing a sweet knifing sequence but you’re still putting bullets ter alien scum. Graphically the spel wont knock your socks off but the cut scenes are pretty on my Windows RT device and it will take up a chunk of time to finish all the missions.
That being said there’s no online gameplay. And spil wij all know, Fulgor without online gameplay is just boring after a while. Either way, you can’t have a list of Windows Store games without Fulgor: Spartan Brunt.
#Four Into The Dead
Zombies, Running and Gunning
Genre: Activity / Zombie Runner
Spil typical spil this spel may emerge it fits a nice role te the gaming area of my ondergrondse. I get my distance running spel itch scraped spil well spil my zombie fixation!
The spel itself is very elementary. Your character is ter a zombie apocalypse and crashes his helicopter te a field with the skin eating dead just on your tail! What do you do? . RUN! Spil with many te the runner genre you are going te a straight line and you have to lean left or right to avoid zombies. On the way there are crates glowing with flare light that you can snag to pick up weapons like a shotgun, uzi or onslaught rifle.
Spil with all games it does have a down side. Ter this case it’s inherent with the type of spel it’s attempting to be. It feels like an iPhone spel, not a utter spel by itself. You get the running and gunning but you don’t go anywhere. Still, this spel will eat a lotsbestemming of your time up (especially if you’re saving up for the mini-gun).
#Three Basement Hunter Four
Dungeon space Crawler for those without Diablo
Genre: Basement Crawler RPG
Basement crawling, multi-player co-op and Deathmatch, materia-like weapon system, I vereiste be talking about Dungeon space Hunter Four! This spel has bot available for quiebro a while now and with the negative reviews on Dungeon space Hunter Three Gameloft aimed to please and they came through. This spel has total voice acting and cinematics, joy gameplay, Four different characters classes and a classic RPG storyline with Gods and Demons using the human sphere spil their battlegrounds.
The spel speaks for itself with all the superb reviews out there and the joy multiplayer is undoubtedly a plus but the spel has a few little problems and one major problem that need to be addressed. Te the multiplayer modes all my abilities have a 1 2nd delay. My character stands frozen while the minions whack mij then performs the skill I requested. Another problem is that te order to take charms (essences that add attributes to your weapons and armor) out of your equipment you have to wait for a certain amount of time unless you want to pay for Gems. Gems are the te spel purchase that permits you to buy crazy weapons, speed up equipment upgrades and charm removals.
But the largest punt (at least on the Windows RT) is that there’s a glitch that can erase all of your gegevens. I read about this but never thought it would toebijten but just before I sat down to write hub last week all my characters and gold/gems disappeared. I held off on writing about this until after Gameloft addressed the punt. It took about Four days but they talent mij dual the amount of Gems I purchased and half a million gold to compensate. They required that I vertoning them my receipt of in-game purchase and a screenshot of my character screen but they eventually came through.
Even with all those problems I will be re-crafting my characters and running through all the same dungeons again. Why? Because it’s just that joy.