The Harry Potter entry into the LEGO series is without doubt one of the best there is, with everything that is Harry Potter lending itself so well to the mechanics of the LEGO games. But in 2011, the year of the sequel, does it stand up a second time around? Find out in the GodisaGeek.com review.
80s arcade classic Burgertime has been regurgitated into the 21st Century, courtesy of Monkeypaw Games and Frozen Codebase. Rather than giving the ancient cabinet a simple lick of HD paint, the developers have created a new title that takes the burger flipping gameplay of the original, with new ingredients to bring the game up to modern standards.
With impossible shoes to fill, can Skyward Sword be the game we all want it to be? Read the GodisaGeek.com review to find out.
Every time we get excited, we’ve been let down – but have SEGA finally nailed it? Read on to find out in our Sonic Generations Review.
Last year’s Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions was met with mid to positive reviews across the board, can Beenox produce a Spider-Man game we all love? With great power comes great responsibility. Find out with our review of Spider-Man: Edge of Time, only at GodisaGeek.com!
With the The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn in the cinema right now does the video game based on it live up to the film’s promise? Find out at GodisaGeek.com
Enter Disney’s own universe and play in the sandbox they created with the brand new Disney Universe videogame, but is it worth Disney’s stamp of approval? Find out here!
Is Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure set to be one of the must have toys this Christmas? Is this “Gotta Catch ‘Em All” all over again? Read our review to find out.
Can FIFA 12 regain it’s title at the top of video game football? Read the GodisaGeek.com review and find out!
Can Nordic maintain their impressive strike rate whilst giving us consumers the ability to mix it up in songs ranging from Rick Astley to Radiohead in We Sing UK Hits? Find out in our review!
With a bunch of new features, and promises of improvement in the visuals and AI department, does NBA 2K12 Rock The Baby and jam it home with authority? Find out with our review now!
Is the third entry into the Just Dance series of games the pinnacle of the franchise or just another game for you to look a fool while playing? Let our very own Tony Windebank give you the details.
The wait is finally over and X-Men: Destiny, the game that was announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2010, is finally here and ready to played by a horde of eager comic fans and non-comic fans alike. The X-Universe has gotten a lot of stick over the recent years with what’s been happening between the pages of the comic book, the move to San Francisco, the splitting up of certain key members of the team and the death of others, but can a video game set during this difficult time, for both the characters and readers alike, stand up to the harsh criticism? We’re about to find out…
After several disappointing Driver games, Driver: San Francisco is a return to form. The sheer amount of roads that are available to be driven on is astounding, and on top of that add the multiplayer modes, the plethora of game modes, challenges and stunts that can be accomplished and you’re left with a game that will last hours and hours of game time. The shift mechanic is a little hard to get used to, especially coming from a game that’s usually quite grounded in reality, but it doesn’t take much to get used to and once you have you’ll be set for a really enjoyable experience.