Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate

Castlevania is one of those lasting game franchises which never ceases to inspire and claw its hooks of pure addiction into our very being....

Review: Hexodius

In the Live Arcade range of games there are a few twin-stick shooters, the latest of which is an offering from the comically-named Brain...

Review: Alien Rage

Do you like first person shooters with character depth, strong story-lines and the ability to affect how the levels play out? If so this...

Review: How to Survive

The focus of recent zombie games is one of desperation and survival, placing you in a zombie infested world with little else but the...

Review: Girl Fight

Fighting games are a hard genre to pull off, yes the idea is simplistic enough, throw together a few interesting characters with diverse move...

Review – The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief: A Murder of Ravens

It's here. The conclusion to The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief, KingArt Games' rather spectacular point’n’click adventure has arrived. The Raven is unmasked...

Review: Giana Sisters Rise of the Owlverlord

Black Forest Games are still admittedly a fledgling company, but they have proved themselves more than capable of bringing out not only a top...

Review: Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death

Marlow Briggs. A name synonymous with James Bond, Max Power, Duke Nukem and...Ok, who am I kidding. No one has Mr Briggs on their...

Review: The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief: Ancestry of Lies

It's no secret that I almost instantly fell in love with The Raven-Legacy of a Master Thief. It's a charming game with some gorgeous visuals,...

Review: Foul Play

Not since Jason Schwartzman performed his magnum opus about the Vietnam War in Rushmore (1998) has there been a play of such massive production...

Review: Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse

Platform games were easily my genre of choice back in the old ‘retro’ days of the SNES, Master System, NES and Genesis. Cool to...

Review: Flashback HD

Any of you who follow any of my posts on here will know that I might have a bit of a retro thing going...

Review: Charlie Murder

The last game I played from Ska Studios was The Dishwater franchise and for me that's the perfect example of what Charlie Murder is...

Review – Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Games are a big deal, at least to some, you’ll know this being one of the people willing to spend their time reading the...

Review: Narco Terror

In a time when games have become long time labours of love, with huge set pieces, deep storylines and an eye for massive amounts...

Review: Cloudberry Kingdom

Cloudberry Kingdom is one of the last of its kind, a rare breed on the edge of extinction, only fitting then that it's a...

Review – Mars: War Logs

Mars, mankind seems to have an obsession with the red planet. From real-life roving robot space exploration to invading aliens, hell-bent on the destruction...

Review – Pacific Rim: The video game

Pacific Rim looks like every kid's dream film (whether man-child or young child) gigantic robots known as Jaegers battling evil alien forces that have...

Review – Scourge: Outbreak

It's a Friday night, you are at a loose end and you fancy some co-op action, exactly the position Rich I found ourselves in....

Review: Capsized

Imagine being stranded, with a whole arsenal of weapons and a spacesuit with jetpack, your only problems are the crew that are stranded with...
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