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Dec 20, 2010 | 4:13 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place December 21, 2010

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Hey guys!

The sequel to Homerun in Berzerk Land will probably show up sometime in 2011, but since we really appreciate your support, we've decided to give you something to sink your teeth into in the meantime. Behold Berzerk Ball, the expansion pack of the original Homerun game. A brand new look for the game, new weapons, new items and a sexy new character are all bundled in for you so you get the chance to beat your friends' high scores all over again! Oh yeah, and make sure to check out the iPhone and iPod version of it at: pp/id406919685?mt=8# !

We also would like to take the occasion to wish you a merry Christmas and a happy, super-sharp New Year 2011! Thanks for all your support and we hope to see you guys back as top-shape as ever next year (aka in a couple of days from now)!

You Rock!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Tada ta-ta ta-taaaaaaaaaaaa!!! It's a home run!!!!

Man, I've never thought that hittin' a geek were so damn addictive...
Maybe for a new release, a plus will be to customize the nerd too. Not only the looks, but special abilities too.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


...that chick's hot!

Epic game. XD \m/

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


The gameplay is far better than other toss games I've played.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Even better than the first one!

Oh wait, hot berserk girl?!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Rockin' graphics and addicting gameplay

The "berzerk" theme caught my eye right away, and I started playing this game expecting much less than what it really is. The graphics obviously had a lot of effort put into them and it shows, but as good as they are they don't lag up the game at all. The scenery and objects were really creative and interesting too. Cheeseburger clouds, for example. Those touches kept the game dynamic for quite a while.
Gameplay was just as good. Aside from the control scheme being pretty generic for a toss game, the mix with grinding and stat-building as well as items was a pleasant change. Upgrading is usually present in these games to keep them interesting, but it felt more like an RPG the way it was set up here.
Multiple characters was a clever way to keep people hooked, and sharing unlockable items with them all made it less bothersome to try out a different one. I didn't notice a very significant change between each character, though.
All in all, this game rocks and kept me playing for hours before writing this review. Now to continue.

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