Why we’ve decided to delay our DriveClub review
Oct15

Why we’ve decided to delay our DriveClub review

A albeit small number of you, may have been wondering where our review of Driveclub has got to. The game has been released for a fair number of days now, yet it’s received little coverage on our site. This is because the game is simply, unfinished and technically a good portion of the experience Evolution intended to be available on its launch, just isn’t there. So far my experience with Driveclub, although positive and...

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Pix the Cat Review
Oct10

Pix the Cat Review

Ever felt a hankering for a blend of Pacman Championship Edition and Snake? No? Well pix the cat is here to facilitate that experience anyway. In a relatively surprising blend of mechanics, Pix the Cat reinvents two classic formulas into something that’s quite special and unique, in and of its own right.  In Pix the Cat you play as titular blue feline, Pix. Sat in front of his television screen, Pix is absorbed into his game as...

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Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Review
Oct10

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Review

Super Smash Brothers has become a cultural phenomenon since its release on Nintendo 64 in 1998 and Nintendo proven successful in being the able to channel an extremely diverse cast of characters into a unique blend of combat and platforming. Indeed Super Smash Brothers has always been something of its own, and the 3DS entry in the series continues that trend.  The game offers is exactly what players will be familiar with, simple menus...

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Review
Oct05

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

With the richly crafted setting of his books Tolkien’s lore has seemingly naturally lent itself to an abundance of cross-media adaptations,  including a good number of video games. Despite this, our medium has yet to see an adaptation achieve the critical success of Tolkien’s books or even Peter Jackson’s films, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor hopes to change this, as the latest of these inspired titles. Developed by...

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Alien Isolation Review
Oct04

Alien Isolation Review

The Xenomorph from Riddley Scott’s Alien has always been something of nightmares. Seemingly designed as killing machines their natural appearance lends them to the ability to skulk in the darkness and prey upon their foes – which in a Xenomorph’s case is seemingly anything that moves. Alien Isolation hopes to capitalise on this sense of fear by introducing players to a new type of Alien game through survival horror....

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