My initial review of SEGA Heroes wasn't very positive, but I have become totally addicted to the match 3 RPG. The game seems to be set up to frustrate you. It promises you the ability to unlock "legendary heroes from your favorite SEGA games," but this is almost impossible. To unlock a hero you must collect shards by completing battles, over and over. You need 25 to 50 shards to unlock most characters, and the only way to earn a shard is to complete specific battles. After each successful battle you are awarded gold, XP, gems and sometimes a hero shard.
What is the point of capturing the best Pokémon if you can't show them off to other trainers. That's what a lot of Pokémon GO players have been wondering as the game's developer Niantic bleeds active players. Over the last few years Niantic has added a lot of new features and rare Pokémon to collect, but it has taken them a bit too long to finally add what everyone has been asking for since the game's launch -- a way to battle other trainers.
It's been a long wait, but the fourth title in the popular tower defense series Kingdom Rush has finally arrived. Ironhide has done it again, turning out another 5-star action title full of fun characters, Easter eggs and more. Kingdom Rush Vengeance flips the script on the series by turning the player into the villain instead of the hero. The evil wizard Vez’nan has returned and he's gathering an army to take down the King of Linrea. Players must help Vez'nan rebuild his army as he marches to his revenge.
The thaw in relations between Apple and Amazon continues, giving consumers more options when it comes to buying the latest Apple devices and hardware. Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Amazon now offers many of Apple's latest products. For anything not available on Amazon, Apple has already launched its official holiday gift guide.