Subway Surfers is a physics based puzzle arcade game. The idea of the game is like Marble Madness, except instead of marble tiles, in this case you have to tap and jump on buttons, and in the process you must avoid oncoming trains. This sounds like a fun game, but after about 10 minutes I realized that the game doesn't have to do much more than that. There are a couple of extras hidden under the hood, and some things that can go through walls, but that's all there is to it.
There are a few other ways in which the gameplay can get addictive besides the co-op, but the single player difficulty ramps up pretty quickly, and so the only real challenge to the game that stands out at first is whether you want to be on a team or not. This is a pretty good game for someone who enjoys the puzzle genre. There are only a couple of levels where you can save and load, so you are pretty much forced to play through the whole thing.
Final Fantasy X-2 takes place twenty years after the events of Final Fantasy X, and it offers a unique take on that beloved series. Players take on the role of an old Eorzea soldier who is actually a powerful being, and only a select few are able to summon him to battle.
Its origins lie in a multi-player dungeon crawler from the 90's, and that game is, and I quote, legendary. Frontline once again proves its position in the top spot of my favorite classic games list. I can (and do) play this game any day. and there are still a couple of new levels waiting for me. The game truly is hard to describe. I prefer Frontline to many other strategy games because, don't get me wrong, I really like strategy games, but my favorite genres all center around combat and Frontline is a true mix of the best parts of those two genres. Frontline is a near perfect game. d2c66b5586