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Review: Ethan – Meteor Hunter (PS Vita)

Review: Ethan – Meteor Hunter (PS Vita)

1 / April 16, 2014 3:02 pm

What do you get when you combine a mouse, a 2.5D platforming adventure and physics based puzzles? No it’s not a Mickey Mouse game, it’s Ethan: Meteor Hunter, a PC title that has previously been ported to the PS3 and [&hellip

Review: Platformines (PC)

Review: Platformines (PC)

0 / April 4, 2014 11:54 am

Ever wanted to play a game that combined 2D platforming with endless exploration and customisation? No? Well me neither but that’s exactly what Magiko Gaming’s latest PC release Platformines has to offer and despite its extremely retro approach and novelty [&hellip

Review: Dark Souls II (Xbox 360)

Review: Dark Souls II (Xbox 360)

1 / March 17, 2014 2:40 pm

Since when has playing a game been this stressful, that was the initial thought during my play through of Dark Souls II and despite it I kept coming back for more. Why you ask? Well let’s find out. Developed by [&hellip

Review: Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (Xbox 360)

Review: Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (Xbox 360)

0 / March 6, 2014 12:11 pm

It’s been 34 years since Namco’s yellow mascot made his debut into arcades across the world and since then he has evolved from a 2D Sprite in a maze to 3D polygons in an open-world environment, as you can guess [&hellip

Review: 10 Second Ninja (PC)

Review: 10 Second Ninja (PC)

0 / March 4, 2014 2:13 pm

10 Second Ninja is one of those titles you wish never existed, not because it’s bad, but because it is addictive, as it has that “Just One More Go” approach to gameplay.  The Task – Defeat all of the enemies, [&hellip

Review: Line of Defense: Tactics (iOS)

Review: Line of Defense: Tactics (iOS)

0 / February 20, 2014 2:33 pm

3000AD’s mobile incarnation of the free-to-play MMO Line of Defense is now available on handheld devices, but what does this “alternate” experience have to offer? Well to PC users it may seem like the traditional real-time-stratergy-game stripped down for handheld [&hellip

Review: King Oddball (PS Vita)

Review: King Oddball (PS Vita)

0 / January 29, 2014 1:42 pm

Ever since Angry Birds became a success with its physics based gameplay every mobile games developer has wanted a piece of the action, and while Rovio expands its franchise into new (unexplored) areas other developers are left fending off their [&hellip

Review: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (Xbox 360)

Review: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (Xbox 360)

2 / January 27, 2014 12:17 pm

For the past 27 years Dragon Ball games have been a part of the Japanese gaming culture, with every release bringing something new to the table and it’s no different with this latest multi-format release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle [&hellip

Review: Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (Xbox One)

Review: Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (Xbox One)

0 / January 10, 2014 2:55 pm

Press Play’s reboot of Max and the Magic Marker see’s our main protagonist Max travel to a new dimension in order to save his younger brother Felix, but does the games unique gameplay and comical charm offer anything new to [&hellip

Review: My Nuclear Octopus (PC)

Review: My Nuclear Octopus (PC)

0 / December 9, 2013 7:20 pm

Ever wanted to control a nuclear based octopus and fight off alien invaders? No, neither have I but thanks to Jeff Murray and the small team at PsychicParrot Games that is exactly what we get with the retro-arcade inspired game [&hellip