Author Archives: Adam Leith

Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two Review

After reviewing Toy Story Mania, my expectations for Epic Mickey 2 were pretty low; if Disney were prepared to hand out one of their most popular series’ willy nilly then what hope was there for their golden egg, Mr Mickey? Thankfully Epic Mickey exceeded all my, frankly, very low expectations and is an experience that […]

Toy Story Mania Review

Mania never seems to be quite sure what it wants to be; an attempt to throw everything and anything into a Toy Story package or to be a game. It reeks of a rush job with a vast array of bugs here in 2012, let alone when it was originally released for the Wii back […]

Mass Effect 3: Omega DLC Review

Mass Effect 3 returns with another slice of storyline driven DLC, this time taking Shepard away from his fight with the Reapers, instead, putting his life on the line for a criminal in the hope that a dent can be put in the power structure of the human terrorist organisation, Cerberus. Although billed as one […]

Medal of Honor: Warfighter Review

Military shooters are all the rage at the moment and Warfighter has moved away from World War settings, much as its competitors have, and thrown its lot in with modern day combat.  It attempts to differentiate itself from the obvious competition by attempting to be as realistic as possible, with accurate weapons, missions based on […]

Resident Evil 6 Review

Resident Evil is a series with a huge identity crisis; after the amazing match of horror and action in Resident 4, and Resident Evil 5’s big leap away from scares into all out action, 6 attempts to cater for all audiences. Opinions have been divisive across the whole of the gaming media regarding its newest […]

Doom 3: BFG Edition Review

2004: Doom 3 is released, to sterling reviews, and was heralded as another amazing shooter for the then new generation, though was rather too similar to the first Doom. Graphics tended to break most high end computers and it was ported over to the original Xbox in 2005.

WWE 13 Review

WWE returns for its yearly iteration, but is it worth your time or simply the Rock Bottom? WWE’s new addition this year is its return to the Attitude Era, the period between in the 90s that saw the likes of Steve Austin and The Rock grace our screens and bring the then WWF out of […]

Alarm für Cobra 11 – Crash Time 5: Undercover Review

Generally games that manage to reach their fifth iteration tend to have a decent following, a reasonable amount of quality, and a lot of its issues ironed out over the course of its production. Crash Time 5 does the opposite of all of this, and it beggars belief that this one was actually made at […]

Assassin’s Creed 3 Review

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 […]

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission Review

Carrier Command:Gaea Mission is another remake of an 80s game that was once held in high regard. Unfortunately, the makers of Gaea Mission decided that Call of Duty was too good an influence to pass up, and so have decided to stick on an FPS element to its RTS foundations and, by god, was that […]