Tuesday November 25, 2008

Randazzo's in-depth review of Tap Tap Revenge: NIN

Tap Tap Revenge: Nine Inch Nails edition
Around the time Tap Tap Revenge: Nine Inch Nails edition came out, I bugged Lt. Randazzo about writing up a review of the game, knowing he managed to snag it before I had. I figured that if I tasked him with the penning of the review, this afforded me more time to playing the game myself, in the hopes of winning that sweet, sweet Les Paul - damn you hduncan, with your thousand-ish entries!

Well, he sent me the review a week or two ago, but I was too busy trying to work the controls for that iPhone port of first person shooter Cube, or whining about how cold it was in New York when I was there taking an Omniture training course. Lucky lucky you, I've stepped away from all this 'real life' nonsense and finally added in the screenshots, so it's ready for primetime. You can read Randazzo's full-on review, and see a handful of screenshots here, (a score of 813,025? Madness!)

If you're not down with plunking $4.99 for TTR:NIN, Tapulous released Discipline for free last week (again), if I read their blog post right. I honestly didn't think it was going to rope me in the way it did, but I did put way too many hours in to the game. Hey, until I move back into Philly, I've still got an hour-plus train ride to and from work each day, so I kind of have an excuse.