Soma – Review

Soma begins in modern-day Toronto, as Simon Jarrett awake on the day of his brain scan. Since a horrific car crash, Simon's been left with terminal brain injuries and as the clock ticks away to the inevitable end, Simon decides to take a risk with pioneering experimental work which will use a scan of Simon's … Continue reading Soma – Review

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Oh My Godheads – Review

It's been a few months since I first played Oh My Godheads, but with developer Tuitutitech and Square Enix Collective's crazy couch competitive arena title only 5 days away, I've finally got my hands on the final release build so let's take a look at what Godheads is all about. Oh My Godheads pits teams … Continue reading Oh My Godheads – Review

LEGO : Marvel SuperHeroes 2 – Review

Lego games haven't changed much over the years, with the exception of Lego Worlds, the core games have a few tweaks here and there but they've mostly stuck with the same formula of high quality platform based gameplay mixed with fighting and puzzle elements, with plenty of humour and a wide range of characters and … Continue reading LEGO : Marvel SuperHeroes 2 – Review

Bush Hockey League – Review

Electronic Arts might be the Ice Hockey kings, but one thing they've not offered much to arcade fans since the pretty awesome 3 on 3 NHL Arcade back in 2009. With a hefty gap since any arcade hockey game hit home consoles, Bush Hockey League arrives featuring punch ups, big hits and story based progression, … Continue reading Bush Hockey League – Review

Road Rage – Review

Back in 1991, Road Rash emerged as a fan favourite arcade racing game that gave a fun mix between arcade racing and vehicular combat, roll on 18 years and we've seen the racing game develop into a near lifelike representation of speed, but many miss the arcade roots or unadulterated fun. Roll-up Team 6 studios … Continue reading Road Rage – Review