The tag line is “it’s not just racing, it’s racing transformed…” and just to kickstart all the positivity I feel for Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed – I’ve never played a racing game that has brought back so many memories of “Sonic R” on the Sega Saturn, “Diddy Kong Racing” on the N64 – [...]
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Beautiful. That is one of the first things you will notice as you boot up Assassin’s Creed 3 (AC3) and arrive in the middle of the ongoing war between the Assassin’s and the Templar’s, with a bit of the American Revolution thrown into the mixture. The landscape never ceases to amaze, and the game itself [...]
Finally, after another long year wait for the next instalment in the almighty popular first person shooter franchise, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 from Treyarch is in stores now. In what has to be the ugliest and most bland Call of Duty campaign to date, this year’s disappointing release is only worth it for [...]
Any dedicated and truly sentimental Sega Dreamcast owner might remember some time ago; around early 2006 to be precise that “Under Defeat” a vertical scrolling arcade shoot ‘em up from developers G.Revolution was rumoured to be the final release for the short lived console. By that time the Xbox 360 was well and truly launched [...]
Criterion’s remake of one of the greatest racing games that launched with the Xbox 360 in 2005 is now out in stores worldwide; although a new Need for Speed game using the same title as the original Most Wanted, it actually bares very little resemblance and gone are the days of beating street gangs to [...]
XCOM Enemy Unknown has the unfortunate comparison of being a remake for the 1994 classic of the same name; thankfully this generations XCOM more than stands on its own two feet and is a worthy addition to any gamers collection, even if the campaign redefines the idea of difficulty for this generation of consoles.
New IPs tend to get overhyped, with advertising taking up every single inch of any game reviewing site and it feels that the game developers are spending more on advertising then the product they are selling game. Unfortunately it turns out to be a bit rubbish and not sell very well (Im looking at you [...]