Demolition Simulator – PC Review

Simple enough, right? Demolition Simulator – simulating the demolition of buildings. How difficult could it be? Pretty difficult, it seems. Demolition Simulator gives you control of a bunch of vehicles designed to bring the hurt to...

The Green Lantern – Xbox 360 Review

I rarely hold my breath for movie tie-ins and I have to say, The Green Lantern title hasn’t been an exception to that rule. This is probably because as a comic-book geek, I’m not as...

Outland – Xbox 360 Review

Priced at a very reasonable 800 points and published by Ubisoft, Outland is Housemarque’s latest effort on XBLA. The game is a 2D platform that harks back to the days of Flashback and Another World,...

Tow Truck Simulator – PC Review

No. Just No. No. It’s not possible. Who on Earth would ever want to play a game that lets you be a tow truck driver, driving around and picking up illegally-parked cars? Sadists. Ok, perhaps that’s a little...

Child of Eden – Xbox 360 Review

I have to thank the makers of Child of Eden as I was beginning to wonder whether purchasing a Microsoft Kinect last year was a good idea or not. It’s been almost 6 months since...

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 – Playstation 3 Review

Perhaps it was the fact the game’s plot did away with Gunguns and midichlorians and focused on showing Vader as the merciless badass established back in the old days, or perhaps that despite its...

The Conduit 2 – Nintendo Wii Review

It’s sad but painfully true fact that in light of the technical leaps and bounds made on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, the latest games on the Nintendo Wii look several years older...

German Truck Simulator – PC Review

If you’re thinking, ‘this is UK Truck Simulator, in Germany’, you’d be right – but that doesn’t mean it’s anything less than another brilliant little simulator that is bound to absorb hours of your...

Worms Reloaded – PC Review

It’s hard to believe the Worms series has been going for more than 15 years. Since its original release on the Amiga (remember those?) the turn-based strategy series has gone through various changes. It’s been ported...

Swarm – Xbox 360 Review

It’s easy to become attached to cute little swarmites. The blue, brash, brainless beasties chitter and crawl at your command, and steering them through the ten perilous levels of Swarm is a real challenge. So, when...

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