Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days Review

If you’re after a quick measure of the quality of Kane & Lynch 2 then you don’t need to read this review. Instead, look no further than to the fact that, a mere week after its release, the limited edition was retailing at £20 just about everywhere. Even notorious price hikers Game had whacked it …

Undead Nightmare Review

Mexicans. Foreigners. A glass eye. Jews. The moon. What do these people, items and gigantic space rocks have in common? Nothing, really, but that doesn’t stop the zany inhabitants of the Wild American West from inexplicably blaming each of them one by one for the rising of the dead. Click to read

Monday Night Combat Review

The underlying mechanics puffing away beneath Monday Night Combat work so well that it’s shocking that its mongrel amalgamation of tower defence, third person shooter and horde mode hasn’t already been done to death. Merging the three together, Uber Entertainment have hit a home run but that doesn’t truly come across in Monday Night Combat …

Double Review: Shooting & Stuff

Well it’s been a while, but now that 2010 has been pulled into the maelstrom of my hazy memory it’s time to wrap up with the myriad reviews I failed to put up last year, starting with two first person shooters from those loveable folks over at Activision. One of these blam-blam type games was …