PS3 Review: uDraw Gaming Tablet (With uDraw Studio: Instant Artist)

PS3 Review: uDraw Gaming Tablet (With uDraw Studio: Instant Artist)
It’s a fun learning tool, and while it’s a rather expensive alternative to simply picking up a sketchbook and some colouring books, if your kids are interested in art and love gaming, then it’ll keep them entertained over Christmas while inspiring and encouraging their imagination and...

PS3 Review: uDraw Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat

PS3 Review: uDraw Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat
If you or your children have a uDraw Tablet, then Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat is an enjoyable, well made game well worth playing, but while you won’t feel short-changed by the quality, you might just feel cheated by the lack of longevity...

PS3 Review: uDraw Pictionary: Ultimate Edition

PS3 Review: uDraw Pictionary: Ultimate Edition
A phenomenally fun party game that’s overflowing with creative, inventive ideas to keep the game of Pictionary fresh and enjoyable, it’s a fantastic update of the familiar pen-and-paper board game. If you own a uDraw Tablet, the Pictionary: Ultimate Edition is essential...

PSN Review: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Special Editions (plus South Park & Movie Millionaire DLC)

PSN Review: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Special Editions (plus South Park & Movie Millionaire DLC)
All in all, it’s a fun, challenging and impressively well presented game that captures the vibe of the show as perfectly as you could ask for. With stylish visuals, slick presentation, a challenging and varied array of questions and a fantastic DLC structure, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Special...

PSN Review: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? (US)

PSN Review: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? (US)
Sadly the drab, cut-cost host narration and extras mean it’s not the most stylish representation of the game, and the repetitive audio tends to become monotonous over time. It’s a perfectly fine game, and delivers the core quiz game of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? exactly as you’d expect...

PS3 Review: LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7

PS3 Review: LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
God only knows how the series has managed to stay fresh after so many games, but LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 recaptures that magic yet again. It’s the best LEGO game to date and, even in a month overrun with big releases, it’ll keep kids and adults alike gleefully tied to their console for hours...

PS3 Review: Saints Row: The Third

It’s the same intensely enjoyable sandbox crammed to the gills with more tools for gleeful destruction than ever before and filled with some of the funniest, most ridiculous gameplay moments you’ll see this year. An early unfortunate lull in pacing aside, it’s the sharpest, silliest and...

PSN Review: Jurassic Park: The Game

PSN Review: Jurassic Park: The Game
It’s an adventure game in the truest sense of the word, crafting engaging, likeable characters and putting them and you through scene after scene of breathless, rollercoaster peril. Sadly, while Telltale Games reaffirm that dialogue, story and character is their forte, Jurassic Park: The Game is an...

PSN Review: Hollywood Squares

PSN Review: Hollywood Squares
It’s very simple, and the limited cast and budget-level presentation mean that it loses a lot of the show’s comedy banter and overall appeal, but Hollywood Squares is still a really fun home version of the show and is perfectly suited for the PSN, where sharper visuals, added online multiplayer...

Blu-Review: Mother’s Day

Blu-Review: Mother’s Day
It’s strained under the weight of a few too many twists and an overly large stack of characters, but it’s also bolstered by an excellent and wonderfully nutty performance by Rebecca De Mornay and an impressive supporting cast. It’s far from a masterpiece, but as home invasion horror movies...

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