PS3 Review: LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars

PS3 Review: LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
If you’ve enjoyed any of the LEGO games, you’ll love LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. It might be more of the same, but more of the same is never a bad thing when it’s this much damn fun...

DVD Review: Wake Wood

DVD Review: Wake Wood
Wake Wood is an often familiar, derivative horror outing, but with an excellent cast and oodles of style, atmosphere and unsettling moments, it holds up as a solid, creepy and entertaining film, even if it’s not a massively original one...

PSN Review: Pix’n Love Rush (PlayStation Mini)

PSN Review: Pix’n Love Rush (PlayStation Mini)
With Pix’N Love Rush, Playstation Minis gets its first must-own game – an instantly addictive platformer that’s a true slice of retro gaming heaven...

TV Review: Skins: Series 5, Episode 8 – ‘Everyone’

TV Review: Skins: Series 5, Episode 8 – ‘Everyone’
This generation of Skins boasts an incredibly talented cast and a massive amount of character potential. It’s just a shame that the finale fails to deliver on any of that...

PSN Review: Pixeljunk Shooter 2

PSN Review: Pixeljunk Shooter 2
Ultimately Q-Games’ choice to adopt a more action-oriented feel for their sequel often proves frustrating and doesn’t gel as well with the puzzle-based exploration that the game handles so perfectly. Even so, it’s a small flaw in the face of the creative ‘fun with physics’...

Blu-Review: Altitude

Blu-Review: Altitude
With a surprisingly talented cast, well-executed thrills and a twisty Twilight Zone story that delivers a satisfying pay-off, this is one straight-to-video horror gem that sticks its landing...

PSN Review: TNT Racers

PSN Review: TNT Racers
TNT Racers doesn’t do anything remotely new, but it’s a fun pick-up-and-play cart racer that does exactly what it says on the tin. With colourful, charming graphics and simple but effective RC car-style controls and some fun design ideas, the core game is solid as a rock. Shame, then, that the...

TV Review: Skins: Series 5, Episode 7 – ‘Grace’

TV Review: Skins: Series 5, Episode 7 – ‘Grace’
Sadly, after massive amounts of promise, the fifth series of Skins is back to the weakest moments of Generation Two, lending all its focus to a flimsily-constructed love triangle, implausible plot twists and enough terrible teen melodrama to make Stephenie Meyer weep with jealousy...

Blu-Review: And Soon The Darkness (2010)

Blu-Review: And Soon The Darkness (2010)
And Soon The Darkness is a well constructed film with a solid cast, it’s just one we’ve seen ad nauseum over the past decade and never bothers to stray from the path of predictability and cliché. If you’ve seen Hostel, Turistas or any other ‘attractive women in peril’ movie in...

TV Review: Skins: Series 5, Episode 6 – ‘Alo’

TV Review: Skins: Series 5, Episode 6 – ‘Alo’
After an incredibly uneven first half of the series, for the first time this season it feels like the show’s firing on all cylinders with a greater balance of solo and ensemble story, and hopefully it’s a momentum that keeps up for the last two episodes...

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