Summary: The small team at Arkedo Studio has already lit up the gaming world with its highly addictive DS title 'Nervous Brickdown' and now it is back ready to rock the dual-screen system once more with its take on the shooter genre with 'Big Bang Mini'.
Excerpt: What makes a game casual? What makes a game hardcore? These are some of the questions that have lately been circulating throughout the ever-evolving gaming community. Southpeak Interactive and Arkedo answer these questions by asking a better one: if the game is fun, then who cares?
Summary: In simple terms, the game is fun, addictive and deep. Plus when you take into account the different game modes and essentially a free alarm clock at only $19.99, it’s not just a bargain price, it’s a steal!
Summary: Who knew a game about fireworks would be one of the first must-own games of 2009? Big Bang Mini may have a stupid name, but that doesn't change the fact that it's one of the best shooters to come out in the last ten years.
Summary: There's no reason to beat around the bush, Big Bang Mini is without a doubt one of the best shooters to come out in the last ten years. It's a brilliant mix of contemporary and retro that comes together to create a game that is unlike anything you've seen before, yet instantly recognizable to...
Excerpt: What is it?
At some point, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups were promoted with an ad campaign that had confused people accusing one another, “you got chocolate in my peanut butter!” and “you got peanut butter in …
Excerpt: Southpeak Interactive's new Nintendo DS shooter is an unexpected treat that's super addictive in both its quick-paced play and charming visual style. Now, before you gun nuts go running for your DS's, you should know
Excerpt: Southpeak Interactive's new Nintendo DS shooter is an unexpected treat that's super addictive in both its quick-paced play and charming visual style. Now, before you gun nuts go running for your DS's, you should know Big Bang Mini is not a "shooter" in the same vein of the handheld's recent FPS Moon...
Excerpt: The idea of a new Tron game that acts as a sequel to the cult 80s movie is just plain cool. Of course, plenty of movie-derived games wind up terrible in practice, but luckily, Monolith has done a great job with Tron 2.0.
Excerpt: The first really good shooter for the DS of 2009 At first glance, you would be forgiven for writing this of as another generic shooter trying to copy the looks of Geometry Wars. The bright, neon graphics, the stylish psychedelic explosions, it is all there. Well you would be so wrong.
Pros: Very simple, looks gorgeous, sounds great, retro feel, FUN!!