Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops

Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops is the seventh outing into Activision’s seminal first-person shooter franchise. With its debut following in the wake of Modern Warfare 2, arguably the most successful video game launch to date going by metrics, it […]

Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes Review: A Fresh Take On The Strategy Genre

While the bulk of portable offerings tend to mimic their console brethren in bite-sized form, a select few dare to separate themselves from what is considered traditional for a genre. It’s hardly surprising, given that taking risks from a creative […]

Review: Final Fantasy I and II for iPhone

As one of the most addictive and well constructed offerings in the RPG space, Final Fantasy is a prestigious household name that needs no introduction. In an effort to expand its offerings in the mobile market, Square Enix decided to […]

Review: Left 4 Dead 2

It takes merely a glance at the history of releases in the entertainment industry to discern what element is key to a higher chance of success: braaaiiins or, well, zombies anyway. Just take a look at all the titles that […]

C.O.P. The Recruit Review: Open World Action Comes To DS In Full 3D

In many respects, Ubisoft’s C.O.P: The Recruit is a landmark title for the Nintendo DS. Delivering a fully realized open-world environment in 3D, developer VD Dev has crafted a one-of-a-kind experience that no other DS effort to date has managed. […]

PSP-3000 Review

With the introduction of the PSP nearly four years ago, Sony made its debut in the handheld gaming market with a bang: offering gamers, for the first time, PS2 quality graphics on a portable at an affordable price. The handheld […]

Review: Brain Age 2

For many, the idea of adult education may be something of a misnomer. Why would anyone want to go back to school later in life? Many schemes have been suggested to entice learners back into education. However, whilst governments provide […]

Review: Call of Duty 4

This release sees Infinity Ward finally admitting that the World War II genre is somewhat tired. Our modern times and international affairs now require a more engaging and realistic approach to first person shooters. Although the move to terrorism and […]

Review: Assassin’s Creed Xbox 360

Before we can get to the review proper, we need to clear a bit of space for ourselves. In case you haven’t been following the reviews, there has been a huge range for this game, from GameTM’s 4/10 to Games […]

Review: Lumines II

Whilst the DS has become the poster child of the handheld gaming revolution, Sony have being growing a strong line up of games for their less popular handheld. One of the rising stars of these games is a little puzzler […]

Rumor: Gamespot Editor Fired Over Negative Kane & Lynch Review

Various sources (see Penny Arcade comic above) are reporting that Gamespot editor Jeff Gerstmann has been fired over a rather abysmal review of Eidos’ Kane & Lynch: Dead Men. You see, Gamespot struck an advertising deal with Eidos and sources […]

Review: Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis For Wii

After the initial casual fun of Wii-Sports, casual gamers have been looking for a genuine follow up. They now finally seem to have a few games that should provide that casual sporting experience they crave. Decca Sports, and Rockstar Presents […]

God of War II Review

This is a game that could easily have graced the PS3 as a launch title. Instead the lucky old PS2 got the delights of its triple A visuals and stellar gameplay. This is a game that looks to be the […]

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Review

Nintendo has a long history of handheld Zelda games. You may well remember playing Link’s Awakening back on the original Game Boy. Whilst it was pretty impressive to get a full action adventure squeezed onto a handheld, more surprising was […]

Halo 3 Review

If you remember anything from Halo: Combat Evolved then it’s probably those incredible thirty-second situations you got yourself into. Moments that drew on all your play experience up to that point, as you encountered an enemy and like a Wild […]

Wii-play Review

The must-have game of the year so far has got to be Wii-sports. The connection between player movement and on screen action was almost magical. But as this experience wanes and people start looking for some more Nintendo style competitive […]