Watch the world go by in our review of Train Giant (A-Train 9)
We concentrate our hardest with the complex Train Giant; the newest in the line of the A-Train series, the question is, has enough changed from the last title to warrant a new game? more »
Welcome to Unbelievaville in our review of Happily Ever After
The hidden object genre is one rife in the casual games market, and it’s rare that you find a game that thinks outside the box, welcome to Unbelievaville in Happily Ever After. more »
Adam's Venture 3 Revelations review: An end to the trilogy
It's taken three years in total but Adam's adventure is finally coming to an end with Adam's Venture 3: Revelations. I thoroughly enjoyed spending time with Adam… more »
Bust out some tactics in our review of Confrontation
In the world of Aarklash the Age of Rag’narok is almost upon us, if the Griffin forces do not take on the Alchemists of Dirz, the Path of the Light may not win the battle. more »
Save Earth in our review of Darkstar: The Interactive Movie
2185 is the year that Earth as we know it is destroyed, and the Westwick is the last chance of the survival of the human race in this live action full motion video interactive movie from Parallax Studios, brought to the UK thanks to Lace Mamba Global. more »
Pure simplicity in our review of Coloropus
Pigsels excel at making a thoroughly enjoyable, and accessible game for all in their adorable new colour based puzzler Coloropus that breaks records of cuteness in video games. more »
Change the future in our review of Fate of the World Tipping Point
Everyone wants to change the Fate of the World, and Red Redemption has proven that it is no easy feat in their global warming strategy simulation. more »
Feel the force in our review of Kinect Star Wars
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, back when you used to wield anything and call it a lightsaber, your time is here, put down your controller, and clasp your hands around that lightsaber handle you've been wielding since you first saw Star Wars. more »
Keep crime down in our review of Police Simulator 2
Police Simulator 2 is a true strategy simulation, the game is not about apprehending your perpetrators face to face, it’s all about managing your workforce and scheduling their shifts to ensure the complete and constant coverage of your town. more »
Catch the big one in our review of Pro Fishing 2012
If you grew up with games like Fisherman's Bait, Action Bass and Reel Fishing you'll feel right at home with Pro Fishing 2012. more »
Kinect Rush review: A very enjoyable Pixar adventure
Kinect officially came out about a year and a half ago now and we've had a whole host of games released; some good, some bad and some a little bit inbetween. One of the best draws for Kinect is of course to get children playing more games on Microsoft's… more »
Get to work in our review of Utility Vehicle Simulator
A new simulator in Excalibur Publishing’s Extra Play range is Utility Vehicle Simulator that mashes together some very niche vehicular fun into one neat and tidy package. more »
None Shall Pass in our review of Defenders of Ardania
We try and defend the magical Ardania in Paradox Interactive's newest tower defense and wave offensive Defenders of Ardania, the game that lets you defend your base with towers, whilst sending out waves of units to take down your enemy's. more »
Uncover a web of mystery in our review of Yesterday
Pendulo Studios are most well known for their successful Runaway series; a light hearted and comedic adventure franchise that has captured the hearts of gamers for over ten years. Wipe everything you know of the Runaway, and say hello to Yesterday. more »
Bullet heaven in our review of Sine Mora
The true shmup for shmup fans and newcomers alike Sine Mora is the joint development of Hungarian studio Digital Reality and Suda 51’s Grasshopper Entertainment, the result is a beautiful and competent shooter that you can get properly stuck into! more »
Discover the truth in our review of J.U.L.I.A
It’s 2034AD and where are your crew mates? That’s what Rachel Manners wants to know, but with a slightly un-co-operative, artificial intelligence; J.U.L.I.A it doesn’t look promising in this fantastic adventure game that goes back to basics. more »
Warp review: An interesting stealthy puzzle game
Warp – PSN / XBLA As a big fan of stealth games, I was delighted to hear about this offering by Trapdoor – especially since it featured a unique twist on the genre; you play a nameless alien, trying to escape from a secret underwater lab where the evil… more »
Control the universe in our review of Oil Rush
Oil Rush is a challenging and often hectic strategy, if you can keep on top of your platforms, equally disperse your units and always remain in charge of the oil rigs the world is your oyster in this fresh and simplistic real time strategy. more »
Build, build, build in our review of Construction Simulator
Construction Simulator is paving the way forward for the future of simulators; check out our review to see why if you are a fan of simulators it should be at the top of your shopping list. more »
Protect the core in our review of The Sanctum Collection
The tower defense is a recent sub-genre of gaming, and every now and again a new spin is released on the typical model, last year Coffee Stain Studios merged tower defense with first person shooting, and it was a match made in heaven with Sanctum! more »
He's unresponsive in our review of Emergency Ambulance Simulator
For such a simple and deliverable concept, Emergency Ambulance Simulator does exactly what it should, if you are looking for a pick-up-and-play simulator look no further. more »
Put out some fires in our review of Airport Firefighter Simulator
Airport Firefighter simulator is one of those games that you dismiss for being another quickly booted out simulator, but infact plays out with a half-decent career mode, and attempts to actually be a good game. more »