Save Brain in our review of Da New Guys: Day of the Jackass
Welcome to The Wrestle Zone, the home of Da New Guys; you are invited into the niche realm of professional wrestling, not so niche I hear you say? Well this is no fighting game, so get ready to point and click! more »
Triple Town review: It comes with a highly addictive warning!
If video games had to carry the same kind of health warnings that everything else fun seems to have to these days, it would read "Triple Town is highly addictive… Don’t Start!".… more »
Take Medieval Europe by storm in our review of Crusader Kings II
Crusader Kings II is a brand new title from Paradox's Development studio, suffice to say, this grand strategy game is indeed a true diamond in the rough, and one that anyone can pick up, fall in love with, and gain five suitable heirs from. more »
Save Britannia in our review of King Arthur II the Roleplaying Wargame
King Arthur II The Roleplaying Wargame is a brilliant Total War with unicorns and dragons, well there aren’t any unicorns, but if you are looking for a challenging, and very much story-driven real time strategy you won’t find a better one out there. more »
Quarrel is a brand new party game that’s just hit the Xbox Live Arcade; the aim of Quarrel is anagrams! That’s right, it’s a word game, and a fun one at that because there is a goal state to take over the map by having Quarrels. more »
I’m no stranger when it comes to ship fairing games; I once had an addiction to Akella’s Pirates of the Caribbean, now Over Cloud 9 have married ships and magic in a beautifully indie relationship, why don’t you have a look. more »
We get to grips with the law, in Telltale Games' newest episodic series based off the hit TV show. What we didn't bargain for was the extremely satisfying L.A. Noire-ish gameplay that would be inherent throughout the game. more »
Gamercast's review of the sequel to the visionary Xbox Live Indie title BlindGiRl. Is is possible to improve on such a brilliant concept? Yes it is, and this time your friend can be involved too! more »
Some of you out there may not heard of the magnificent character that is Joe Danger, Steve McQueen eat your heart out as Joe now takes centre stage on this fresh new release of Joe Danger Special Edition for Xbox Live Arcade. more »
Six months after being released in the arcades and on home consoles, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 2 finally makes its way on to the 3DS. But does it do enough to stand out amongst the big names of Street Fighter and Dead or Alive? more »
The concept is simple; in Bust-n-Rush you must switch from lane to lane, dodging obstacles, and traps and busting objects to increase your score in this fast paced addictive game. more »
We take a walk through the dark corridors and sublevels of the shelter 'Glory' in Afterfall: Insanity a new survival horror that mixes so many games on your shelf you'll feel a familiarity with the game that evolves like a well matured cheese! more »
We take to the slopes in Ski Region Simulator and find an engaging and simple management game that sneaks in a few vehicles as you care for your Ski Resort in the beautiful Swiss Alps. more »
We hit the streets and police with all due force in Excalibur Publishing's latest simulator; Police Force. Arrest drunks, hooligans, rioters and more in this hands-on Police simulator. more »
We venture to Isla Nublar for a look at Jurassic Park in our review of Telltale Games' newest series that blends the adventure game genre with interactive movies. more »
Take to the seas and manage your offshore oil platforms in the newest Simulator from Excalibur Publishing.. except the management isn't all it's cracked up to be in this simple arcade simulator. more »
We begin a journey of discovery in The Book of Unwritten Tales, an epic new adventure game from German developers King Art that have perhaps made one of the greatest adventure games of all time. more »
We venture into the world of King Arthur, a world of fantasy, magic and many many battles in King Arthur: Fallen Champions, and see what we make of this bite-sized RTS RPG. more »
Leedmees is a bit of an unknown Kinect arcade title, hidden away at E3 and similarly at Gamescom, it came out almost without a soul really knowing about its existence, but I was extremely excited when I found out its release was imminent. Having only be… more »
Did you play Peggle to death but were left wanting something that wasn't such a game if chance? Well Parisian developer Dancing Dots have made something that may please you if you're up for a challenge. Rotastic; originally an IGF competitor for the 201… more »
We take on the task of becoming Shogun of Japan in 1467 during the Sengoku era in Paradox Interactive's newest political strategy; Sengoku. more »
We review the third and final episode in the Hector Badge of Carnage series, and watch the series come to a close! Welcome back to Clappers Wreake, the worst town in Britain, even worse than Leicester. more »