Video Game

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

outside the timeline of the books.... Read more
Share

Kyuiin

A description of Kyuiin in the most uncomplicated fashion would be to say that it is a basic side-scrolling shooter. The mid to late nineties were chock full of ‘em, and chances are you’ve come across your fair share in the span of your gaming life. However Kyuiin is more than that.... Read more
Share

White Knight Chronicles II

 In February 2010, the international version of the PS3-exclusive JRPG White Knight Chronicles was released, over a year after the game first appeared on store shelves in Japan.... Read more
Share

Yakiniku Bugyou & Rapid Angel

The PlayStation Store has been a very nice avenue for prospective retro gamers to access older titles with a selection of roughly 160 games that can be downloaded at a moment’s notice.... Read more
Share

Limbo

Every so often, a PSN game will come along that rivals most full-retail titles in terms of its scope, innovation and presentation. Braid and Flower are just two examples, and now you can add Limbo to that list, which is a definite contender for our favourite PSN game of the year.... Read more
Share

Duke Nukem Forever

It's been over a decade and now it's time to hail to the king baby! Ehhh not really.... Read more
Share

UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System

To become a champion ... Read more
Share

Alice Madness Returns

It’s been close to eleven years since auteur games director,... Read more
Share

Red Faction: Armageddon

If there’s one question that developers surely consider before making a sequel, it’s probably: rinse and repeat or start afresh? The number of identikit sequels around points to the former being the safest bet; however, isn’t that a bit boring?... Read more
Share

Brink

There are two things I found remarkable about my last online outing in Brink: one was the number of fetishistic gas masks on show, which surely says something about Brink’s “expressive” community, and two, I didn’t kill anyone, which most definitely says a lot about my playing style.... Read more
Share

Pages