Posts Tagged review
F1 Race Stars Review – Searching for the right line
Much like a driver wrestling with the wheel, finding themselves pulled off course by the weight and momentum of their own vehicle, F1 Race Stars is a title that struggles to find its racing line.
Hotline Miami [Review] – Cold calling
“Do you like hurting other people?” asks a man wearing a chicken mask, who may or may not be a projection of my own subconscious.
Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise [Review] – Grizzly
Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise could be some kind of unwitting comment on the curious nature of videogame rating classifications.
Nintendo 3DS XL Review – Bigger is better
The 3DS XL comes little over a year after the release of the original 3DS, making it a rather contentious and potentially irritating piece of kit for anyone who plumped for the first model.
Orcs Must Die 2 [Review] – It ain’t easy being green
The unusual thing about many videogame sequels is that they’re simply an iteration of the original idea.
Dyad Review [Video]
Our second video review in as many days sees us tackle the psychedelic, mind-warping, seizure-fest that is Dyad.
Russian hacker lets you get Apple in-app purchases for free, thanks CSR Racing
A Russian hacker has figured out a way to get in-app purchases on iPhone and iPad for free, and it doesn’t involve jailbreaking your device.
20 hours with The Secret World – A pre-review [Feature]
I should be straight up with this: split across both the closed beta and the early access period (I’m writing this right before the game officially launches) I’ve played Funcom’s modern-day fantasy-horror MMO, The Secret World, for quite a lot longer than 20 hours.
Spec Ops: The Line [Review] – Heart of gold, gameplay of darknes
The narrative pillars of setting, character and plot that try so heroically to hold up Spec Ops: The Line are – simply put – wonderful.
Mad Riders [Review] – Backflips on a budget
Although it’s not being advertised as a follow-up or a sequel, Mad Riders is pretty much a recalibrated version of Nail’d.
Dirt Showdown [Review] – Spin-off or spin-out?
Considering its Colin McRae Rally origins, the Dirt franchise has come a long way.
Diablo III [Review] – Bloody hell
I want to say that Diablo III is polished to a mirror sheen, but that wouldn’t exactly be accurate.