It’s been a busy week, what with E3 and several of the staff attending. As such, let’s play catch up on a few releases. Thunder Wolves, an action-arcadey chopper game in the vein of the classic Strike games released on June 8 for 800 MSP. The gameplay is quite decent, but while it tries to pull off a Blood Dragon style spoof of 80’s action it falls a little short. If you’re looking for a fun, arcade action game definitely check out the trial.
Fireburst and Storm both released last Wednesday for 800 MSP each. Fireburst is your typical offroad racer with an interesting boost gameplay mechanic. Fans of the FlatOut games should definitely take a look. Storm is a really slick puzzle game that puts players in control of the elements. It’s really difficult to describe, but if that sounds interesting you can view a gameplay trailer after the jump.
Classic DnD gamers will have something to cheer for tomorrow when Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara hits virtual shelves at 1200 MSP. It includes two classic Dungeons and Dragons games: Tower of Doom and Shadow over Mystara. Both are beat em’ ups with elements of role playing. For the uninitiated, think Streets of Rage with some Castle Crashers.
Zoo Entertainment; the leading force behind the up coming action racer Fireburst, announced they will be teaming with the rock group Hawthorne Heights for exclusive in game content. This …
Today Zoo Entertainment announced their new on-and-off road racing game, Fireburst. Utilizing Unreal Engine 3 technology the game features 15+ environments, 16+ vehicles including monster trucks and muscle cars, and vehicle customization. Each vehicle is also equipped with a Fireboost ability, the likes of which range from leaving trails of flames which damage trailing vehicles, to an explosive blast which damages nearby ones. The game features four player split screen functionality, and online play for up to eight players. The is set to release this summer and is currently priced at 800MSP. Trailer and screenshots are after the jump.