The Best of Hardcore Droid’s archives, older articles concerning the best Android games.
Hardcore Droid archives consist of older reviews of Android games. Reviewing specifically core Android games, especially Android role-playing games, Android strategy titles and Android action titles. We gauge an Android game’s value from the perspective of the average core gamer’s experience. These are people who love RPGs, action games and strategy titles of various kinds. So the question of how the average hardcore gamer would engage with a title is always in the forefront of our game reviews.
This premise of how hardcore enthusiasts would enjoy a game is always at the forefront of our reviews. Usually we assess the most well known and critically acclaimed paid Android games and generally stick to genres that are most popular in the hardcore gaming sphere. In other words the types of games found on consoles and on PCs.
This theme of hardcore gaming on Android cuts to the central premise of Hardcore Droid. We are looking to praise quality Android games, more particularly games that contain the depth, richness and narrative complexity of hardcore video games.
To this end, we prefer to cover paid mobile games over free Android games. What’s more, we are more likely to review and assess premium games over freemium games. As we are more likely to assess games that are nuanced, multi-faceted and complex.
The sinister senior star of Black Bullet Games’ third-person shooter Gangster Granny is back in this sequel, subtitled Madness. From its elderly antihero to its anarchic action, the thoroughly preposterous … Read more
12/20/13 – Reicast, a Dreamcast Emulator, Joins the Android Legion The Dreamcast is back! Reicast, a multi-platform Dreamcast emulator, has just hit the Android market. Play some of your favorite … Read more
Late in 2010, Chair Entertainment released an iOS game called Infinity Blade to immense and immediate financial and critical success. Since this game is still sadly an iOS exclusive, here’s … Read more
Twitch games—those titles that call on the player to react instinctually to fast-paced, hectic situations— have been around a long time. Pac-Man, most shooters, rhythm games, and arguably the majority … Read more
Television is largely responsible for the growth of science fiction amongst the general populace. For every person who discovered the world of “what-if” through the writings of Jules Verne, there … Read more
There is something fundamentally odd about Auroch Digital’s decision to bring the 1987 Games Workshop tabletop game Chainsaw Warrior to Android. As we all know, a board game has to use simple … Read more