Giveaway: US PSN Code for Section 8: Prejudice

Giveaway: US PSN Code for Section 8: Prejudice
Timegate’s top notch downloadable first-person shooter hit the PlayStation Network this week and you’ll see a review pop up on the site early next week. Until then, though, we have a single US PSN code for the game to give away!...

PSN Review: Fast Draw Showdown

PSN Review: Fast Draw Showdown
Your enjoyment will be at least a little dependent on how much you enjoy the inherent cheese of badly-acted ’90s FMV games, but while the tongue-in-cheek video footage provides much of Fast Draw Showdown’s innate charm, there’s also a modest, but surprisingly resilient, lengthy and...

Competition: Win One of Three ‘Hobo With A Shotgun’ Limited Edition T-Shirts

To celebrate the 1st August UK DVD and Blu-ray release of Hobo With A Shotgun we’ve teamed up with Momentum Pictures to offer three lucky readers a Limited Edition T-Shirt...

DVD Review: Rango

DVD Review: Rango
Rango might not be an instant hit with kids who’ll probably find its obscure references and slant of surreal existentialism sails over their heads, but older viewers will likely have a huge grin plastered across their face until the credits roll. It’s a dyed-in-the-wool western movie rife with...

PSN Review: Dead Block

PSN Review: Dead Block
Despite being a little too repetitive and simplistic in nature, with some unfortunate multiplayer missed opportunities, Dead Block is nonetheless an addictive title brimming with fun, goofy charm, and is ideal for a few hours of mindless fun between more deep and substantial games...

PSN Review: Arcade Pool & Snooker (PlayStation Minis)

PSN Review: Arcade Pool & Snooker (PlayStation Minis)
If you’re a PSP owner looking for an enjoyable pool or snooker game, then Arcade Pool & Snooker has lots to recommend it, with solid physics, tonnes of game mode variations and a wealth of customisation to tinker with. If you were hoping to play it on your PS3 though, until it’s patched, the...

DVD Review: Lake Mungo

DVD Review: Lake Mungo
Anderson’s film certainly requires a patient viewer to appreciate it, but is nonetheless effortlessly rewarding for its restraint. And while the few overt shocks are indeed immensely effective, it’s the subtle complexities of the eerily dreamlike final reel that linger on the mind long after the...

PS3 Review: Captain America: Super Soldier

PS3 Review: Captain America: Super Soldier
It’s not the top-tier title it aspires to be, but like its lead character, Captain America: Super Solider is a solid, no-nonsense old-fashioned brawler that does exactly what a movie tie-in game should: Delivers an entirely enjoyable gaming experience that leaves you pumped with excitement to see the...

PSN Review: Marvel Pinball: Captain America

PSN Review: Marvel Pinball: Captain America
Rather than rest on their laurels, Zen have delivered one of their best tables yet, with just as much addictive, high-scoring replay value as their other offerings and for an unbeatable price. If you’ve enjoyed any of the other Marvel Pinball content, then Captain America is a must-buy no-brainer...

Blu-Review: Unknown

Blu-Review: Unknown
It’s a little too loose and derivative, and once the twists have unravelled, there’ll be little inclination to watch it again. But thanks to a great cast, stylish direction from Orphan director Jaume Collet-Serra and some adrenaline-fuelled action scenes, Unknown is still highly entertaining...

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