0 CommentsPosted by zardon on June 28, 2010 under Featured
Puzzle Quest was a fantastic game, created for many platforms and addictive on all of them. Puzzle Quest 2 has been released on the Xbox 360 / Nintendo DS and today, just for a change we are going to look at the handheld version. Puzzle Quest 2 brings many new features to the table and the user interface has been adapted to offer a more intuitive experience. We like that now the story has a muc... more.
0 CommentsPosted by zardon on June 23, 2010 under Featured, iPad
Everyone reading this review will have played a Need For Speed game on the PC at one time or another. It has been one of the most successful franchises for Electronic Arts over the years and has generated millions of dollars. Need for Speed Shift has been on the iPhone for quite some time and today we are looking at the iPad version which has been on the store now for a while. Before you sa... more.
0 CommentsPosted by zardon on June 20, 2010 under Featured, PS3 Reviews, X360 Reviews
Green Day, you either hate 'em or love 'em but one thing is for certain, their infectious brand of catchy pop punk has earned them a tasty wad of cash. With 50 million sales under their studded belts there is clearly going to be a large audience for the latest band specific Rock Band release. The all important question? Is this a tired cash in or a genuinely fun game? Cleverly, the develope... more.
1 CommentsPosted by zardon on June 12, 2010 under Featured, iPad
I enjoyed Mirrors Edge on the PC, at the time it seemed fresh, interactive and great fun to play. While the thrill died out pretty quick for me, over a period of months I enjoyed jumping across buildings parkour style while solving tricky environmental puzzles. With the game recently released on the iPad we thought now would be a good time for a revisit. The iPad has been a fantastic success fo... more.
0 CommentsPosted by zardon on June 9, 2010 under Featured, iPhone
It would be hard to have avoided the hype this week as Activision finally released Guitar Hero onto the Itunes store for the iPhone. Quite why it took this long I have no idea ... but here we are. Many people by now have had their fill of Guitar Hero and Rock Band games, they were the 'in thing' for a few years but the market became so saturated with clones that most addicts I knew have long mo... more.
3 CommentsPosted by zardon on June 5, 2010 under Featured, Wii Reviews
With the release of the new Prince of Persia movie you can be assured that everyone and their mother will be revisiting old games to relive the fun of yesteryear. Fear not, for the newest title "The Forgotten Sands" has hit the Nintendo Wii with focus placed on the use of the WiiMote. The Forgotten Sands reverts to a linear romp, more in keeping with the older Sands of Time. This time around ho... more.
2 CommentsPosted by zardon on May 30, 2010 under Featured, PS3 Reviews, X360 Reviews
Hiding in the shadows, fighting for mysterious government agencies and working with shady characters to bring about the downfall of a corrupt regime. Spy stories set my world alight - I always wanted to be James Bond. Alpha Protocol aims to deliver all the spy goodness we crave for while being a damn fine game, but does it deliver? The scripting is strong - very strong and its immediately n... more.
0 CommentsPosted by zardon on May 30, 2010 under Featured, Wii, Wii Reviews
Super Mario Galaxy - when it was released in 2007 deservedly became a Wii instant classic. The sequel which we are looking at today follows the divine path of Nintendo, who are endlessly able to create games packed with wonder and visual excitement. Sure, Galaxy 2 isn't stunningly original anymore, but the game oozes so much charm that it is impossible not to be impressed. Many sequels we h... more.
2 CommentsPosted by zardon on May 25, 2010 under Featured, X360 Reviews, Xbox 360
There has been much hype surrounding the latest and supposedly greatest racing game from Bizarre Creations, entitled BLUR. Lets get straight into the thick of it, BLUR is a pretty looking game and the handling is wonderfully executed - giving just the right level of user interaction while proving neither too lenient or too troubling. It is also fast paced to keep you on your toes throughout. ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by zardon on May 21, 2010 under Featured, PS3 News, PS3 Reviews, Playstation 3, X360 News, X360 Reviews, Xbox 360
Everyone loves Rockstar, their legendary titles have been satisfying gamers for as long as I remember. They aren't afraid of controversial content and they sure as hell love to create fun, playable games. The Grand Theft Auto series has been a personal favourite of mine since they moved from top down to third person view. The much hyped Red Dead Redemption features devilish rogue John Marst... more.
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