PS3 Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

PS3 Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution
The freedom afforded to you in terms of gameplay is phenomenal, the game’s universe is a fascinating one that’s intelligently designed, gorgeously presented and entirely engrossing, with an immensely satisfying story and replay value through the roof. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is essential for...

Blu-Review: Julia’s Eyes

Blu-Review: Julia’s Eyes
Julia’s Eyes might not be perfect, and could certainly benefit from the hands of a less merciful editor, but Guillem Morales’s film delivers B-movie thrills with A-grade artistry. The story strays a bit too much into convoluted and silly territory, but the thick atmosphere and abundance of...

PSN Review: Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team

PSN Review: Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team
While the lack of visual variety and online co-op are unfortunate, Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team is a solid and enjoyable title for those who can’t get enough of twin-stick shoot-’em ups...

PSN Review: Galaga Legions DX

PSN Review: Galaga Legions DX
The visual delight on display in each level makes you wish that there were a more diverse array of style and content, but what is there is supremely addictive stuff, and Galaga Legions DX manages to be a worthy successor to the arcade original...

PSN Review: One Epic Game (PlayStation Minis)

PSN Review: One Epic Game (PlayStation Minis)
The simple and repetitive nature of the core game and the sometimes troublesome level generator coupled with a comedic style that elicits groans as often as giggles mean that One Epic Game is far from perfect. But it’s an entertaining throwback with a welcome injection of charm and personality, and...

PSN Review: Spelunker HD

PSN Review: Spelunker HD
It’s tough to fault the remake’s impressive bevy of extra content and for eager fans Tozai’s update is one worth picking up. On the flipside, though, the utterly unforgiving and needlessly frustrating gameplay mean that newcomers will probably want to drop it down a sinkhole and hope it...

Blu-Review: The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec

Blu-Review: The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec
A picturesque, high-energy romp through Paris and parts beyond, The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec is a wonderfully whimsical fantasy adventure full of thrills, giggles, pterodactyls and talking mummies. Besson might spend a little too much of the film setting up possible sequels, but after...

PSN Review: Section 8: Prejudice

PSN Review: Section 8: Prejudice
The outdated visuals and generic story are a shame, but while Section 8: Prejudice never particularly redefines the first-person shooter genre, it does push the boundaries of what you expect from a downloadable title. With a lengthy and engaging single player campaign full of great gameplay and a huge amount...

PSN Review: Limbo

PSN Review: Limbo
For those who love their games to be a little outside the box, Limbo offers a wealth of stunning puzzles of both the gameplay and narrative variety, leaving you debating the symbolic complexities of that ending for ages. A phenomenal visual and game achievement, Limbo is a lovingly crafted work of beauty,...