Excerpt: This may be my shortest review ever. Lollipop Chainsaw . Itâ€™s a game about an 18 year old, top-heavy cheerleader in a short skirt that carries a chainsaw and slays zombies. 10! No, 11! If I didnâ€™t have a small amount of integrity, I could leave it at that because Lollipop was quite possibly the most entertaining game Iâ€™ve played all year. And Iâ€™m thankful I didnâ€™t listen to any of the other critics, otherwise I never would have picked this one up.
Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys! Review
22 July 2008
Excerpt: With a name like Teenage Zombies: "Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys", it would be safe to expect that the plotline for this was going to be somewhat tongue-in-cheek... and those expectations would be right on the money. In fact the story here is reminiscent of that in the THQ title Destroy All Humans!
Summary: Parents need to know that this game stars a trio of high school-aged reanimated corpses engaged in a fight against an invading army of floating brains. The undead kids wage war using their hands, tentacles, intestines, and a small arsenal of imaginative power-ups, including soapy vomit, a vacuum arm, and a skateboard with monster-sized wheels. It's not as graphic as you might think.
Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys!
The Gamers Temple
23 June 2008
Excerpt: While the rest of the gaming world is reveling in Russian gangsters, badly controlled vehicles and broken promises of a fixed lock-on system, there are a few of us video game enthusiasts who haven't dropped everything for Rockstar's crazy successful new entry in the GTA series. I was less than enthused when I found out that I'd need to put down The World Ends With You, SquareEnix's new DS masterpiece, to play through and review Teenage Zombies: Attack of the Alien Brain...
Excerpt: Graphics & Sound: Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys is a new game with an interesting concept for gameplay. Instead of having one character to work through places, you have three different ones, each with their own skills. You'll have to learn how to master all the zombies to save the world from the Brain Thingys. Teenage Zombies is as comical as the name sounds.
Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys! review (DS)
6 May 2008
Excerpt: These monsters are planted in specific locations, and your zombies' only defense against them is based on their current ailments. Lefty uses her right arm to whack enemies senseless. Fins uses his tentacles (Or are they fins? They look like tentacles...) to simultaneously strike enemies in three directions.