Jettomero : Hero of the Universe – Review

Jettomero is a giant AI robot, waking on a mysterious planet our good friend isn't quite sure why he's there, or what he's supposed to be doing but soon enough he decides that he's going to try and help the inhabitants. Sadly Jettomero isn't really built for such tasks, with a heavy body atop long … Continue reading Jettomero : Hero of the Universe – Review

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Danger Zone – Review

Danger Zone might look familiar, any fans of the fantastic Burnout Crash junctions will find their spider-senses tingling as it's time once again to throw your car off a jump into a busy motorway in the hope of causing as much damage as possible. While not associated with Burnout directly, there's certainly more than meets … Continue reading Danger Zone – Review

Lego : The Ninjago Movie – Review

Travellers Tales have been bringing us quality Lego titles for 12 years, and while some iterations have been nothing more than a face-lift, others have revolutionized the Lego genre by introducing new gameplay elements and franchises. The Ninjago Movie is upon us and it seems set to pave the way to an even greater future … Continue reading Lego : The Ninjago Movie – Review

WRC 7 – Review

Big Ben Interactive return once again with WRC 7, and while last years game wasn't bad, Codemasters astounding lead with the Dirt franchise made it difficult to recommend. Roll on WRC 7, with improvements across the board could this be a true contender for the Rally crown. Starting off WRC 7, You'll find a menu … Continue reading WRC 7 – Review

Marvel vs Capcom : Infinite – Review

The Convergence is upon us and Megaman's nemesis Sigma, and the Avengers bad guy Ultron have fused to create the hybrid super-baddy Ultron Sigma. It's up to you (and dozens of Marvel and Capcom characters to save the world. Marvel vs Capcom has been around for a few decades now, and the over the top, … Continue reading Marvel vs Capcom : Infinite – Review

The Coma – Recut

The Coma is a side scrolling 2D survival horror game by Korean developers Devespresso. We're pretty used to being made to feel like the hunted in a three dimensional world, but it's a pretty unique stance to have a crazed killed chasing you around a school on just the two planes. Set inside Sehwa High … Continue reading The Coma – Recut

INK – Review

Digerati have a track record for finding little gems, and Ink by Space cowboy / ZackBell Games could well be their next mini-hit. Ink is a simple game, nothing more than a soft melody in the background and a retro inspired 'pixel' style showing your profile and the word Ink shown by splatters of ink … Continue reading INK – Review