Blu-Review: Manhunter

Blu-Review: Manhunter
As visually stylish as it is psychologically unsettling, this woefully overlooked classic isn’t just the best Hannibal Lector movie, but one of the greatest serial killer thrillers ever made, and one that holds up perfectly decades later...

PS3 Review: Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine

PS3 Review: Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine
With tight, satisfying combat and a robust, if occasionally repetitive main campaign and a solid multiplayer mode, there’s plenty of entertainment to be found, and Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine manages to be an incredibly enjoyable mindless romp through Ork territory...

PSN Review: 4 Elements HD

PSN Review: 4 Elements HD
4 Elements HD certainly has a lot of fun, engaging gameplay to offer, while the fantasy flavour and unique design ideas mean it’s a nice change of pace from the average dime-a-dozen ‘match three’ game. But sadly it’s plagued by a lack of variety and never manages to be as immediately...

PSN Review: Hamilton’s Great Adventure

PSN Review: Hamilton’s Great Adventure
Problems aside, Hamilton’s Great Adventure is a colourful, challenging and charming entry into the pantheon of PSN puzzle games. The lovely story set-up leads into a family friendly puzzle game that’s ideal for bringing a spot of brain-teasing adventure to a lazy weekend afternoons with the...

DVD Review: Atrocious

DVD Review: Atrocious
It’s far from the worst Blair Witch knock-off around, but it also fails to deliver the creeping chills and primal terror that we’ve come to expect from the best of the found footage genre, leaving Atrocious a wildly flawed and highly disappointing entry...

PSN Review: Arkedo Series: 01 Jump!

PSN Review: Arkedo Series: 01 Jump!
It’s a loving throwback to the days of simple 2D platforming and intensely tough difficulty, with a great sense of humour and a tonne of retro charm. And it can be picked up for the price of a sandwich, so unless you’re starving to death, it’s a no-brainer...

Blu-Review: Attack The Block

Blu-Review: Attack The Block
Attack The Block is the most deliriously entertaining Amblin Entertainment throwback and so much more: It’s loving a homage to the films of John Carpenter, Joe Dante, Steven Spielberg, Walter Hill and John Landis; a perfect gateway horror film for youngsters; the best monster movie in years and the...

PSN Review: Renegade Ops

PSN Review: Renegade Ops
It takes a lot for a game to stand out amongst the crowd on download platforms, especially if it’s a dual-stick shooter. The exponential amount of fast-blasting, top-down, twin-stick games means that even if you aren’t already sick to death of them, then you’ll still need something new and...

Blu-Review: Glee: The Complete Second Season

Blu-Review: Glee: The Complete Second Season
It’s a guilty pleasure, sure, but “pleasure” is the operative word, and though the quality of the character drama is often no better than an especially bad episode of Hollyoaks, the music is phenomenal and delivered by incredibly talented performers. It might not be perfect, but when Glee...

PSP Review: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable

PSP Review: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable
Now that Persona 3 Portable is finally available to neglected PSP Go owners via PSN digital download, check out what you’ve been missing with our review of the handheld’s best RPG title...

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