Electronic Art’s much anticipated RTS classic Command & Conquer: Red Alert arrived at the App Store today, retailing for $9.99. A lot of questions were raised prior to its release regarding the game’s controls on a touch screen device. Based on early App Store reviews averaging at 4 and 1/2 stars, the issue does not appear to be a concern.
Empire Total War? What the hell? Didn’t this game come out like a year ago or something? Let me check…March 3, 2009! Whoa! This game must be twenty bucks by now, right? Let me check…No way! Fifty bucks still! Wake me up again in another 199 days. At LonePlacebo, you see, a game review is never to late. Tetris, anyone?
This game review is no ordinary game review. Sure, it’s fantastically written like always, but you’ll notice something different. Is it the font? No. Is it how friggin long it is in comparison with 90% of this website? Kind of. I know you are dying from anticipation. The inability to figure out this enigma must be eating away at your appendix. That’s right! It’s written by LonePlacebo’s first ever employee! He goes by the tentative pen name of “Sahin the Falcon.” (Don’t ask me) He specializes in everything and will hopefully continue to produce some more Pulitzer-worthy articles for this website in the future. Proceed to the article and make your judgment.
Baseball Slugger Home Run Race 3D is the only place where hitting 50 consecutive home runs will not lead to suspicions of performance enhancing drugs. But what it does lead to is a finely crafted game by developer Com2uS Corp. Whether or not you are a baseball fan really does not matter. This game can be enjoyed by anyone willing to pick it up at the App Store and begin playing. Once you do, you’ll find simple controls to master and online play that’ll have you fighting for bragging rights over your friends or strangers from across the world.