Games Reviews

14 September 2018

[Review] Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit successfully fuses fun and learning

The summer holidays may have already come and gone, but parents everywhere will always find themselves searching for new and innovative ways of keeping their kids occupied. And in the form ...

14 October 2015

Game of Thrones Monopoly review

With Game of Thrones Monopoly now available for purchase in new territories including the UK and Europe, we couldn't resist getting our hands on the special collector's edition board game ...
29 September 2015

Tearaway Unfolded PlayStation 4 review - a remixed reboot the whole family can enjoy

With many gamers missing out on the original Tearaway because of its exclusive release on the PS Vita, now's the perfect chance for old fans and new to pick up ...

21 September 2015

Until Dawn PlayStation 4 review - an instant horror classic

From the opening scene in Until Dawn and the credits which include Amy Van Roekel's rendition of Dock Boggs' old-time track 'O Death', players will be on tenterhooks waiting for ...

16 September 2015

Super Mario Maker Wii U review - every fan's dream

I couldn't wait to get my hands on Super Mario Maker. I've always wondered what it would be like to create levels on the world-famous platformer; as a child I'd ...

11 September 2015

Mad Max Xbox One review - the game proving time in a desolate wasteland CAN be fun

A heavy cinematic kicks off the new Mad Max video game. It's violent, brutal and gut-wrenching at times, but the perfect way to bring players into the world of chaos ...

1 September 2015

Hearthstone: The Grand Tournament review - a successful and exciting addition

September 1: After a week of playing around with The Grand Tournament, it's clear that the new batch of cards are a welcome addition to the game, bringing longevity and ...

26 June 2015

Batman: Arkham Knight review, Xbox One - Stunning, intelligent & almost flawless

There's something very freeing about driving round the streets of a mostly-deserted Gotham City as the Dark Knight, in his incredible Batmobile. It's quite liberating to know that you could ...

20 April 2015

Mortal Kombat X review, Xbox One - a gorgeous solo fighter that sometimes falls flat online

With the arrival of a new Mortal Kombat game comes the legions of dedicated fans, some of whom have been with the fighter franchise since its debut almost 25 years ...

17 April 2012

Lauren Omond's Latest Guide To Games

Lauren Omond from TeePee Games brings us her roundup of all things games - new discoveries, gossip and more! PyramidVille Resource management games have become hugely popular on Facebook, and almost the ...

28 November 2011

WWE '12 Review - Xbox 360

Yukes have gone and done it - reinvented the tired wrestling genre. WWE 12 harks back to what made the wrestling games of years gone by so special, chunky controls, ...

9 November 2011

Mercury Hg Review

Mercury, an early title for Sony’s PSP system, was a game built on nostalgia. Its mechanics took much from classic puzzle game Marble Madness and its simple premise seemed out ...

9 June 2011

The Fight

At the start of The Fight, you’re confronted with a gruff, angry Danny Trejo who barks at you how to play the game in FMV. It’s strange, confusing and doesn’t ...

8 June 2011

PlayStation Move Heroes

PlayStation Move Heroes is an average action game based on a strange crossover between Sony’s three main platforming franchises: Ratchet and Clank, Jak and Daxter and Sly Cooper. It was conceived ...

8 June 2011

Motorstorm Apocalypse

When the PlayStation 3 was first shown at E3 2005, one of the most impressive demos was for Motorstorm, an off-road racing game from British developer Evolution Studios. Although that demo ...

8 June 2011

Swarm Review

There’s been something of a resurgence of difficult platforming games in recent years. From Megaman’s hardcore revival to indie darlings such as Splosion Man and Super Meat Boy, the masochistic ...

8 June 2011

Time Crisis: Razing Storm

Time Crisis: Razing Storm is a collection of three on-rails arcade light-gun games which utilise either the PlayStation Move or GunCon 3. It includes Razing Storm, Time Crisis 4 Arcade ...

7 June 2011

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Review

The Star Wars universe is huge, and has so much potential for computer games cross-overs; combine this with the fun world of LEGO, and you have a great little treat ...

6 June 2011

Portal 2 Review

Valve have done an incredible job in taking what was essentially a bonus add-on in the Orange Box game pack from a few years ago, and fleshing it out into ...

2 June 2011

Little Big Planet 2 Review

Simply put, this game is a pure slice of gaming brilliance. It’s rare that you get to see a game that is void of violence and guns these days, and ...

13 May 2011

Virtua Tennis 4 Review

I had forgotten how much of an arcade masterpiece the Virtua Tennis games could be. After picking up Virtua Tennis 4 (for a quick ten minute play through), I was ...

26 April 2011

Musiic Party: Rock The House Review

Could the Guitar Hero series recently coming to a close mark the beginning of the end for music games? Or does the closure of the franchise open up a gap ...

19 April 2011

Zumba Fitness Review

- Platform: Xbox 360 with Kinect (Version Tested)- Genre: Fitness- Developer/Publisher: Pipeworks Software/Majesco- Release: 26/11/2010 Videogames are generally seen as a form of escape. Like film or literature, they are a ...

14 April 2011

Your Shape: Fitness Evolved Review

Fitness Evolved is by no means perfect, and just like with any game that has come out on new hardware it has some serious issues to overcome. It uses the ...