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...

Infamous 2 – Playstation 3 Review

“The Beast is 1250 miles from New Marais.” This sentence greets you every time you turn on Infamous 2, counting down to the time when your hero, ‘electric man’ Cole McGrath, needs to face and...

Lego Pirates of the Caribbean – Xbox 360 Review

wouldn’t really consider myself a fan of the Lego series – after the last few games, I was beginning to worry that the quirky novelty of seeing my favourite films re-enacted with plastic bricks...

Space Shuttle and Apollo Simulator – PC Review

Simulator games can be a good thing – Flight Simulator made flying your own 747 as easy as pie, and Truck Simulator let you build up your own haulage empire from one sad-looking big...

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...

Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Xbox 360 Review

Was Deus Ex: Human Revolution (HR) worth the wait? Yes, one hundred times yes. Even though I’m a Deus Ex fanboy, even after I turned off that part of my brain and saw Deus Ex:...

Sonic Colours – Nintendo Wii Review

Poor old Sonic. For the last few years it’s felt as if Sonic’s credibility died along with the Sega Dreamcast. Arguably the last decent Sonic game was Sonic Adventure, and that was a good 10 years...

Crysis – XBLA Review

When Crysis 2 made its way to the Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3, I couldn’t wait to check it out. When I eventually did, to my own disappointment, I just couldn’t get into...

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...

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,...

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