Colm takes a look at Brian Provinciano’s loving homage to all things retro – but does he like what he sees?
Quite easily the best non-platforming game that the Blue Blur has ever had his name attached to, and has provided an unexpectedly tasty launch day treat.
Fans of the LEGO series of games will no doubt be picking this up for the same reasons they’ve picked up all of the other games, for Lord of the Rings fans it’s a no-brainer.
GodisaGeek have re-entered the Wasteland with Mickey and Oswald for Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two.
WWE ’13 isn’t the best wrestling game there’s ever been, but fans of the men and women that pretend to fight, will knock a kick out it.
Skylanders Giants remains a wholly unique video game on the market, but at its core it really is fun, which goes some way as to explaining why it’s so wildly popular. Get this one on the Christmas list, kids! Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
GodisaGeek.com got the chance to play the latest James Bond game from Activision, entitled 007 Legends. This game celebrates fifty years of Bond. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
At around £20 for such a killer selection of 80s karaoke tunes, this is a party in a box for those that enjoy singing games with their mates, and comes thoroughly recommended.
GodisaGeek.com’s Robin Parker took a look at the new football and role-playing game from Level-5, Inazuma Eleven: Strikers. Read the full GodisaGeek.com review now.
This is a marvellous basketball simulation – the best on the market in terms of pure, on-court action, and one with a dynamic new set of controls that can only bode well for the future.
Colm gets the dancing fever and reviews the latest game in the Just Dance series; Just Dance 4. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
With FIFA 13, there are high hopes that EA Canada can refine these genuinely interesting ideas and features, and deliver on a top notch game of football.
EA have made some fairly radical changes to the gaming world’s premier American Football franchise, which could have backfired, but instead enrich and enhance the whole experience. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Here is the GodisaGeek review of the Activision adaptation of the latest Ice age film, Ice Age: Continental Drift – Arctic Games. Read the full review over at GodisaGeek.com.
Frogger has been around almost as long as video games but now the little amphibian is 30 years old and in order to celebrate Konami and Zombie Studios have released Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition. Find out what we thought with the GodisaGeek.com review.
Dust off your Wii. Buy this game. Enjoy 50+ rhythm-based challenges that will make you the happiest gamer in the world. Read the full review of Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise at GodisaGeek.com.
There are some very scary moments, and a decent ghost story underpinning the action, creating an atmosphere that is far truer to the roots of the genre that, say, Resident Evil 5. It is another late-period gem for the Wii, which is well worth investigating, if you can see past the technical difficulties.
Read the Godisageek.com review of LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – the latest in the LEGO series of action games.
GodisaGeek.com take a look at one of the latest RPG’s to come out of Japan, the hotly anticipated Pandora’s Tower. Check out the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
We take a look at the new game from the mind of Steve Ince, the same mind that brought us the Broken Sword series of games, Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle. Find out what we thought with the GodisaGeek.com review now.