Killzone 3 Review

I miss being Pissant Private Nobody, caught in a morally vacuous war of attrition, obeying folly orders on the greyest planet in the galaxy. Oh it was a war alright, a war where every inch gained was a major victory for the ISA – whoever they were – a grueling struggle into the beating heart …

Medal of Honor Review

What does it take to be a major player in the fps market these days? A brand name alone might guarantee upward of five million sales but if your multiplayer component isn’t up to scratch, is name alone enough for people to still dedicate more than a few hours to riddling their virtual avatars with …

A Story to Warm Even the Coldest of Hearts

Just yesterday I published my DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue review and, tragically, had to shed light on the game-breaking bug that wreaks havoc during its closing moments. Well, after a little electronic back and forth with the charming fellows over at Hothead and much in the way of apologising on their behalf, they only went …

Bulletstorm Review

Bulletstorm has just about single-handedly rescued single player first person shooters from the clutches of tedium. Within it there’s not a single po-faced terrorist, poor Russian accent or asinine propaganda riddled story upping American military might and the importance of protecting Burger King from the communists. People Can Fly has crafted a work of art …

DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue Review

I ought to preface this by mentioning that had I played Thongs of Virtue when it was first released – a few weeks after DeathSpank originally emerged – I probably wouldn’t be feeling quite as generous as I am having returned to the hallowed world of this comedy loot-em-up just this week. Click to read

Super Meat Boy Review

And I thought Limbo had a penchant for dealing death. 4990 is the number of encounters with the Grim Reaper I suffered at the hands of Team Meat’s masochistic 2D platformer Super Meat Boy. And I made it 63% of the way through before bursting into tears. Click to read