Middle Manager of Justice Review

Middle Manager of Justice Review

Dec 3, 2013

I have to say, Middle Manager of Justice is a pretty different take on the superhero game. Instead of being the superhero all of the time and fighting the evil, this game takes the role of the organizer. The person behind the scenes who manages all of the paperwork and all the stuff the superstars don’t have time to deal with.

What I liked about Middle Manager of Justice was the different angle it took. Usually games involving the games out there involving super heroes, the game is usually played from the point of view of the super hero or the villain, not a third party like an office manager.

middle-manager-of-justice-5Starting out, a hero needs to be recruited. There are a few to choose from in the beginning but the choices increase and change as the game moves forward and the manager can afford more. Right away, there are a couple of bad guys to fight. Give it a whirl and see how it goes.

When the heroes are not fighting bad guys or saving people from other mishaps, they hang out at the office. The office has a place for them to rest and regain health. Also, there are places to learn more and gain skills.

Playing as the manager, there are also specific skills and abilities to increase productivity and earn more when the heroes sent out to do the good deeds.

I like how the fights are on autopilot for the most part. A few actions like using special items or abilities are controlled by the player.

I have to say Middle Manager of Justice is a pretty fun take on the superhero game genre. I like how there is a lot to do but it’s not focused on the action like most super hero games. When playing, it’s easy to get lost in the game and I found it pretty replayable.

The Amazing Spider-Man Review

The Amazing Spider-Man Review

Jul 25, 2012

Comic book lovers are in full swing of what is likely to be the biggest superhero summer movie summer known to man. The recent release of The Amazing Spider-Man movie and video game is pretty exciting.

The Amazing Spider-Man game for Android is pretty action packed. There are short missions to complete as well as being able to web sling all over the city and spot the random bad guy to beat up. When the game begins Spidey’s fighting skills are a little weak, but as more bad guys are beat and missions complete, experience points and other ways of upgrading his skills, life and strength are available. Some of the attacks learned are pretty acrobatic.

The mini map in the top right corner gives indications of the bad guys and the missions. If the size of the screen is kind of small, the different symbols for bad guy vs mission may not be so easy to tell apart. If the mini map is touched, it will expand to show a larger scrollable map.

The part of the game I didn’t like was the controls. In the heat of battle, the buttons and directional controller are a bit small. I found myself trying to run away or attack only to be missing the buttons or siding off of my tablet’s screen.

True to the comics, Spidey is facing all kinds of battles from random thugs to super villains. Throughout the city many of the names and queues to the comic book show up. Oscorp is the most noticeable because of the blip floating over the city.

The Amazing Spider-Man game has a lot of action, options to upgrade, lots of levels. Not needing to jump right into the next mission and roaming all over the city GTA-style is a great way to get the hang of the controls.