SEGA bring their third instalment to the Mario & Sonic series to the Nintendo 3DS, for the first time on the system. Will it hold up to the button-mashers and joystick-wagglers of yesteryear. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Dance Central 2, the hotly anticipated sequel to last years massive Kinect exclusive title, launched yesterday and, in celebration the shopfloor over at the Westfield London was temporarily turned into a dancefloor; complete with special guests Kelly Brook, Little Boots and Rickie and Melvin.
On Sunday 7th August, the finest Call of Duty clans across the UK will go to war for a highly-coveted prize—the privilege of representing Britain’s best at the first ever Call of Duty XP fan celebration in Los Angeles, California on 2nd-3rd September, 2011. The winning clan (team of four), after fighting to the top […]
In a week that sees the release of a brand new Nintendo handheld, it is fair to say that all eyes, and indeed the hearts and minds of gamers across the nation and beyond, were focused on the earth-shattering Dance Central dance-off that erupted in spectacular style in London’s Covent Garden yesterday. In a clash […]
Game: Gray Matter Developer: WizarBox Publisher: DTP Entertainment / Lace Mamba Global Available On: PC, Xbox 360 (Xbox 360 Version Reviewed) When Jane Jensen’s first solo title, Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers, was released in 1993, adventure gaming was riding a wave of huge success. PC Gaming was built around adventure games and the […]