PSN Review: Alien Breed 2: Assault

PSN Review: Alien Breed 2: Assault
While it’s greatly let down by a streak of repetitive level and game design, it’s solid, tense and fairly lengthy fun for a great price and proves another worthwhile entry in the top-down shooter genre, even if it’s not a world-beater...

PSN Review: Marvel Pinball

PSN Review: Marvel Pinball
If you’re a Marvel fan who happens to love pinball, this is an essential purchase, but pinball fans alone are unlikely to be disappointed by Zen Studios’ latest gaming treat...

Under The Radar: The Best TV Shows of 2010 (That You Probably Didn’t Watch)

Our look at the best new shows that deserved more love in 2010...

DVD Review: Whites: Series 1

DVD Review: Whites: Series 1
Unfortunately, there’s not enough bite or wit injected into Whites to make it more than a decent, serviceable sitcom, and there’s nothing here that you won’t have seen before, but if you’re a fan of any of the cast, it’s a light, effortlessly watchable stuff elevated by an...

DVD Review: The Expendables

DVD Review: The Expendables
Stallone’s film might not be the ultimate action movie he planned, but it’s plenty of fun, and as a hopeful comeback vehicle for Dolph Lundgren, The Expendables more than delivers...

PS3 Review: Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood

PS3 Review: Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood isn’t just the most polished, entertaining and expansive entry in the free-roam freerunner series yet, but one of the greatest games this year...

PSN Review: Dead Nation

PSN Review: Dead Nation
Zombies are everywhere, and I don’t just mean the ravenous hordes of Christmas shoppers gnawing on your jugular to snag that last on-sale pair of size eights. Between movies, TV shows, comics and seemingly every new game coming complete with its own zombie re-kill-’em-up mode, the natural...

DVD Review: Eden of the East: The Complete Series

DVD Review: Eden of the East: The Complete Series
Steadily unveiling key pieces of its larger puzzle like a shifty dealer quickly slipping the latest fix into a junkie’s hands, Eden of the East is incredibly gripping and addictive stuff, and at 11 episodes is a show that absolutely breezes by without feeling light or insubstantial...