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Gameloft Sells Over 6 Million Games on the App Store

Gameloft announced today that they have sold over 6 million games on the app store.  This is quite an achievement especially when considering the fact that the app store has only been in existence for just over one year!  Gameloft has consistently delivered quality, polished games at an affordable price.  They are also currently working on implementing an online system for their games (Gameloft Live!).  Gameloft provided us with a list of their top selling games in 2009:

· Gangstar: West Coast Hustle (App Store) – A thrilling 3D open-world crime epic that lets players live the life of an L.A. gangster by taking on missions, exploring the city, escaping from police and challenging rival gang members.

· NFL 2010 (US and Canada App Stores)– A 100% authentic NFL experience with real teams, real players and real action that lets players lead their team through an entire season and battle to win The Super Bowl.

· Guitar Rock Tour 2 (App Store) – A rhythm-based game that immerses players into the rock n’ roll world of stardom with the  choice to play with guitar or drum instruments Features an explosive licensed track list of songs such as “I Love Rock ‘N Roll”, “Call Me” and “Paranoid.”

· The Oregon Trail (App Store)– The classic re-make of the popular Apple II game that captures the youthful hearts of gamers and allows players to embark on the most exciting journey in American history!

· Real Tennis 2009 (App Store) – A realistic simulation game that allows players to live the life of a tennis pro and play on famous courts around the world.

· Let’s Golf! (App Store) – The best 3D family golf game that lets you discover a fun and colorful atmosphere. The intuitive gameplay makes it accessible to everyone. .

· Assassin’s Creed: Atlair’s Chronicles (App Store) – The prequel to the critically acclaimed console title that captivate players with intense adventures and takes place during the Third Crusade in the Holy Land.

· UNO (App Store) The world famous card game is faithfully reproduced for iPhone and features exciting new rules. In single or multiplayer mode, playing UNO™ with friends has never been so fun and easy.

· Terminator Salvation (App Store) – A 3D third person shooting game that plunges players into an action packed sci-fi world where you play as Resistance leader, John Connor and take out hordes of enemies to defend the human race.

Please join us in congratulating Gameloft on a job well done thus far!  We look forward to many more great titles in the future and are excitedly awaiting Modern Combat: Sandstorm which should be arriving soon.

Guitar Rock Tour 2 Review: I Wanna Rock N’ Roll All Nite

Gameloft has been on a roll lately announcing almost 4 games including Gangstar: West Coast Hustle and Modern Combat: Sandstorm.  They just recently released Guitar Rock Tour 2, the sequel to their other rock rhythm game Guitar Rock Tour.  With so many other rhythm games in the App Store, competition is extremely tough, and rhythm games need to offer more than looks nowadays.  Guitar Rock Tour 2 has the looks, but does it have that pinch of fun?


Various Characters: Guitar Rock Tour 2 features many characters, around 10, and each one has their own style and look.  I really like choosing your own character, which is very similar to Guitar Hero for the consoles.  Character models aren’t bad either, and I found the characters to be pretty well designed.

Great Graphics: Want to see good graphics?  Look at Guitar Rock Tour 2.  Background images are clear, crisp, bright, and just plain beautiful.  Gameloft has been pretty consistent in providing great graphics in all their games, and Guitar Rock Tour 2 is no different.  The big showers of sparks and lights flashing through the stage is beautifully rendered to look somewhat realistic and most important of all, good.

Song List: Song list isn’t too long; the game only features around 18 songs.  Although the song list is small, I found each song to be true to classic rock and not the present day music we call rock.  One of my main gripes in Guitar Rock Tour was the fact that it included Girlfriend by Avril Lavigne and called it rock.  Guitar Rock Tour 2 seems to improve the song list, and I found to enjoy every song so far.


Not Too Difficult: I found the game to be pretty easy, and each song was not a pain at all to pass.  Compared to BeatRider Touch, Guitar Rock Tour 2 was a breeze to play even on the highest difficulty level, and the game was just too easy.  Don’t get me wrong, some songs had some difficult notes to hit, but overall the songs were all easy to pass.

Repetitive: Playing the songs and unlocking each location was a little repetitive, and I found it to be somewhat of a burden to play more than 3 songs in a row.  1 or 2 songs in a row was okay, but playing the game for over 15 minutes got pretty repetitive.  I think this does have to do with the easy difficulty, but again, the game is apparently a little repetitive.

Guitar Rock Tour 2 is a significant improvement from Guitar Rock Tour, and I found the new additions to be welcoming.  Once Gameloft ups the difficulty a little bit, the game can be a perfect rhythm game.  From all I know, Guitar Rock Tour 2 is the closest game you will ever get to Guitar Hero for the iPhone unless, of course, Activision releases their own version of Guitar Hero.  Gameloft did a pretty good job with executing and creating an overall enjoyable game experience, and the game should be on your list if you even slightly liked the first version of this game.


Guitar Rock Tour 2 was developed by Gameloft, and I played through version 2.0 on my 1st generation iPhone.  The price is $4.99.



Guitar Rock Tour 2 Released: New Songs, DLC Coming Soon

Gameloft‘s new music rhythm game Guitar Rock Tour 2 has just come out for $4.99.  The game is familiar to those who have played the original, or any of the Guitar Hero or Rock Band games.  You choose a song, and notes scroll down to the bottom of the screen which you must tap in rhythm.

The game features drums and guitar to play with, and highlights these songs as some of the best ones: “Call Me, Born To Be Wild, Sweet Home Alabama, 9 In The Afternoon, Paranoid, Helicopter, I Love Rock ‘N Roll, I Wanna Rock, Woman”. It’s important to remember that all the songs are cover versions.

Downloadable content is what really makes this sequel interesting.  While none are available yet, you will be able to pick and choose new songs to purchase and add to your music collection in the game.  There’s no word on the pricing for new songs.

If you’d like to try out the game before buying, there is a lite version of the previous game available.  Otherwise, check out Guitar Rock Tour 2 on the app store.