GameStop releases its own iPhone game

Not content to sell second-hand products, thus bankrupting everybody who has ever heard of videogames, US retail beast GameStop has released its own game, making sure to put it on the iPhone so nobody can buy it used. Oh, you sly bastards. 

Buck and the Coin of Destiny is a 2D platformer starring that little white rabbit that you may recognize from GameStop’s TV commercials. It costs $0.99 and I’m quite curious as to how good it is, so I’ve just bought it halfway through writing this paragraph. Maybe I’ll review it. Maybe three people will care.

In any case, if you like that bloody rabbit, here’s a game for him. 

Not content to sell second-hand products, thus bankrupting everybody who has ever heard of videogames, US retail beast GameStop has released its own game, making sure to put it on the iPhone so nobody can buy it used. Oh, you sly bastards. 

Buck and the Coin of Destiny is a 2D platformer starring that little white rabbit that you may recognize from GameStop’s TV commercials. It costs $0.99 and I’m quite curious as to how good it is, so I’ve just bought it halfway through writing this paragraph. Maybe I’ll review it. Maybe three people will care.

In any case, if you like that bloody rabbit, here’s a game for him. 

Jim Sterling