Portable footy on the DS. Does EA’s annual kickabout sim make the transition well?
It’s the Mario Kart you know and love, but over two screens and with added online play too. Instant classic?
Musashi: Samurai Legend is one of Square-Enix’s lesser-known franchises. It started off on the PlayStation back in 1998 and now Square-Enix has decided to resurrect the little Musashi fellow and bring him to a whole new setting on the PS2. The first thing you noticed about Musashi: Samurai Legend is the manga inspired art style. […]
When Nintendo announced that, with the release of the DS, they intended to broaden the video game market they certainly weren’t kidding. This compelling puppy sim proves it.
Quantic Dreams deliver a glimpse at next-gen gaming with this impressive ‘interactive movie’ and a look at just what else games can be.
together in a giant colourful mind-meld of craziness. Fast-paced action galore and the odd splattering of blood, welcome to the world of Alien Hominid.
Suda51’s assassin action-adventure is the latest of the famed ‘Capcom Five’ to hit Nintendo’s GameCube. But how does this polarising experience stack up?
Silence fills the room. You are on your own, one man against untold forces of twisted alien foes. Welcome to Doom 3.
Juiced, which was originally slated for a release last year, is now in stores thanks to publisher THQ who picked up the title after the troubles over at the now defunct Acclaim. With these publisher issues aside, what can the game offer you, and is it worth your hard earned pennies? At first Juiced seems […]
Before I begin gushing about how fantastic Tales of Symphonia is I’ve just got to tell you that this is my all time favourite game, ever. I will, however, try to remain neutral throughout this review as much as possible! Remember a time when Nintendo consoles were the place to be to get your RPG […]