The Greatest Superhero Games Of All Time That Aren’t Named Arkham
There was a time, not so long ago, where good superhero games were few and far between. In fact, many of them ended up being unplayable messes that only served to reinforce the stigma that followed licensed properties, particularly throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. Here we look at four of the best that aren’t part of the Arkham series.
Theme Park Review: Is The Original Still The Best?
Released in 1994, Theme Park was a classic Bullfrog Productions game, combining humor with a fairly complex management sim that was both deep and accessible. However, nothing of note has come from the series since 2001, which made it all the more surprising that Theme Park Studios was announced as a PlayStation VR game. To celebrate the revival of a game that inspired a slew of imitators, let’s take a look back at what made it so vital in the first place.
New App Gives Instant “Tap, Say & Play” Hands-Free Access to YouTube
Handsfree Player for YouTube, a new free app with a smart voice search engine that gives users hands-free access to all of YouTube, has just been released on Google Play. Just talk to the app and it instantly finds and autoplays the most relevant music track or video.