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We head on board the Queen Zenobia and find out what Veltro has in store for us with Resident Evil Revelations HD
Martin finds out if the worlds of comic books and fighting games can really come together in NetherRealm’s new brawler.
It’s a rabbit (sort of) that does Kung fu (sort of)! What’s not to love?
Bright and colourful, yet deceptively simple. Lee takes a look at the sequel to twelve-year-old Game Boy Color title, Toki Tori.
The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is not the worst zombie game I’ve ever played, but it’s not far off. A smattering of good ideas are swamped by bad AI, lazy design, ugly aesthetics, lacklustre sound and uninspired combat.
Whilst the Betrayal does a few things right – with a focused narrative and lots of action to partake in – it all still feels a bit too samey when compared to the first chunk in this DLC trilogy.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate won’t take the west by storm, but it will delight those willing to put the time in to explore its deep and complex world.
Like a fine Pixar movie, there’s something here for everyone, no matter what age. Whilst some kids may scream at the top of their lungs for the latest GTA, they’ll feel much more at home in this world of bricks.
The license has been put to expert use, with three genuinely interesting, fan-pleasing subjects chosen to kick off Zen’s proposed Star Wars saga.
A wonderful title that pours joy into the living room in a flood of musical wonderment. Challenging, inviting, long lasting, Runner 2 is a triumph.
As a new chapter in an existing title, The Infamy manages to introduce some interesting new game mechanics, improve the pacing of the story and liven up a protagonist who was labelled as bland by many fans of the series. What more could you ask for in an add-on?
The latest Scribblenauts game is here, but is it a treat for both seasoned wordsmiths as well as those who are new to the series?
GodisaGeek.com takes a look at the Wii U port of Ubisoft’s Marvel mash-up – but is it the ultimate superhero brawler?
If Fist of the North Star is your bag, then you’ll appreciate that Koei have taken pains to stay faithful to the source material; if you’re a follower of the Dynasty Warriors franchise and its spin-offs, you’ll be equally impressed by the few small improvements on the usual formula.