“Then you die. And die. And die…”
Review of Don’t Starve on the PS4.
Don’t Starve is a conversion of a PC Indie game from last year, and one of those oddity titles I tend to adore.
“It’s absolutely stunning, and if you’re a fan of the films, then it really is an absolute must buy.”
Review of Lego Lord of the Rings Video Game.
I’ve been trying to crack on with Lego Lord of the Rings and it’s a difficult game to review indeed.
“Though being cute and fluffy, they don’t die horribly”
Nutty Fluffies: review of this fun, physics based coaster/animal game.
After making a hardcore motorbike game and frolicking truck racing game, what could RedLynx games do next? How about sticking fluffy animals on roller coasters and hoping you don’t crash them? Yes, makes sense to us too…
“Making your way through wave after wave of horn helmeted vandals.”
Review of the very silly new game available to download on the PS3 – When Vikings Attack.
Do you remember when back in the 1970’s, those pesky vikings invaded? No? Well read on…
“More addictive to an eight year old than oxygen.”
Skylanders Giants – this year’s big Christmas hit? Check out our review.
Twelve months ago, Activision tentatively put
out “Spyro’s” Skylanders. This year, it’s over-sized.
“It’s pure arcade fun brought pounding up to the modern day.”
Who let the dogs out? Sony PSN game Tokyo Jungle Review.
I recently had a rant on the Internet about rinse and repeat and re-release games.
“I love the idea of merging your real world environment with the game environment.”
A review in many dimensions of the 3DS.
Okay… So, I love gaming, but one thing I’m a real sucker for is a new gaming platform.
“You’re left wondering if you need to flap around on the floor like a dead fish”
Sony’s EyePet – virtually a good review.
In October, Sony released their attempt at capturing the Nintendogs market share for the PS3. Their plan? Make the pet actually live in your home.
“Seeing an Invizimal appear for the first time on the kitchen table is quite magical.”
Review of Invizimals: one of the first “augmented reality” games released.
Invizimals is a new twist on the classic creature “collect and fight” genre. Essentially it’s the Sony version of Pokémon, but with a twist.