Category: Expansive Overview
The Sacred series deviates from its action RPG roots into the realm of the side-scrolling beat-em-up for this high octane prequel to the upcoming third installment, but does the more energetic combat deliver a knockout blow or does this one pull… Read More »
Metro: Last Light has experienced development hell, yet it managed to survive the transition from THQ to Deep Silver. The question is: did it survive completely unscathed?
I’m not afraid to say it. I was a massive fan of the Gamecube. While my mates bragged about their Xbox and Playstation 2, I found myself enamoured with small discs filled with infectious Nintendo charm. And to that I… Read More »
The most unusual thing about Blood Dragon is that Ubisoft insist it is related to Far Cry 3. How these games match up is anyone’s guess. Fortunately, this confusion is a secret weapon for Blood Dragon. It plays in a… Read More »
Dead Island took the world by storm with one trailer. The game sold a ton and became something of a cult hit. Now we’ve got Riptide, the next part of the journey. Does it have the same impact?
Castlevania is one of the longest-running, most successful gaming franchises of all-time. Now the 3DS is getting its first major instalment. Does the legacy continue on this new hardware?
After three years in development, the 1988 arcade sensation Double Dragon II has made its way onto the Xbox Live Arcade, but is the remake of this classic side-scrolling beat ‘em up a knock out or the sign of a… Read More »
A story about friendship, betrayal, and a whole truck load of cats. Battleblock Theater is now available on XBLA, but does wackiness also constitute as fun?
It took me three attempts to get into Bioshock 1. I’d struggled and struggled to get to grips with the world, the mechanics and the difficulty, but nothing seemed to click. Fortunately, my third attempt was most definitely a charm, and as a… Read More »