Redford and his friends are now jumping yet again in Mega Jump 2, the sequel to the smash hit jumping game Mega Jump that hit #1 in 28 countries. This time things will not only be better, they’ll be a little different or a lot different depending on how you look at it.
Today in gaming news, the multi-platform Lollipop Chainsaw is available on store shelves everywhere. For those who pre-ordered the rich-in-cheesecake, undead hack-and-slash, you will no doubt enjoy the inflatable chainsaw and special downloadable content featuring Ash from the Evil Dead movies.
Just a quick warning, this is not your kid-friendly third-person adventure. The heroine, Juliet Starling, is clad in a skimpy cheerleader’s outfit. Along with that obscenities, blood and strong sexual content give this digital affair an M17 rating.
Regardless of its T&A flash, gamers are sure to die laughing as they paint the halls of San Romero High with the blood of the undead.
In a world that strives for peace and the pursuit of happiness, who would’ve thought that an app featuring angry birds would be so popular? Well it has. The Angry Birds games have now been downloaded over 1 billion times and there seems to be no end in sight. This incredible milestone comes on the heels of record-breaking financial results from Helsinki, Finland-based Rovio Entertainment Ltd., and the creator of the Angry Birds franchise.
If you’re a big Call of Duty fan and looking for some excitement for the Labour Day weekend coming up in September, then you might want to set your destination coordinates for Los Angeles, September 2 & 3, 2011 to take in Call of Duty XP 2011. It’s being hailed as an epic event.