PSN Review: Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot

PSN Review: Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot
In twenty minute doses, there’s a little enjoyment to be milked from Konami’s sneak-and-slash-’em-up remake, but when you can see everything the game has to offer by playing the demo, it’s tough to find much reason to recommend ponying up cash for the same experience stretched to...

PSN Review: Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime

PSN Review: Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime
Contrary to the opinion of one Mr. Ray Parker Jr., busting won’t make you feel good when it comes to Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime – the dull, repetitive levels and punishing design mean that whatever joy you find in the game will be awfully short-lived...

Book Review: Skins: Summer Holiday

It’s a well-written, entertaining read that introduces a fantastic new character, offers a few fun adventures with the gang and proves more enjoyable than most episodes from this series. It’s not perfect, but those itching for another entertaining dose of drama and debauchery with their favourite...

Blu-Review: Summer Wars/The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

Blu-Review: Summer Wars/The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
In the space of just two films, Mamoru Hosoda effectively usurps Studio Ghibli patriarch Hayao Miyazaki’s throne as the architect behind Japanese animation’s most joyously thrilling, gorgeously animated and beautifully told stories. Not bad for the guy behind Digimon: The Movie...

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