PS3/360 Review: Silent Hill Downpour

PS3/360 Review: Silent Hill Downpour
Silent Hill Downpour takes a more careful approach to updating the series, opening up and expanding on familiar series gameplay in interesting ways while retaining the engrossing slow-burn story, spooky frights and intense, isolated atmosphere that made Silent Hill the benchmark for survival horror...

Competition: Win a National Lampoon’s Dirty Movie T-Shirt and DVD

Competition: Win a National Lampoon’s Dirty Movie T-Shirt and DVD
The National Lampoon comedy factory have another movie on shelves and to celebrate we have a T-shirt and DVD pack to give away to two lucky readers!...

PS Vita Review: A-Men

PS Vita Review: A-Men
The occasionally awkward controls add an unwelcome and unfair level of challenge and the sense of humour quickly grinds away at your patience, but nonetheless, there’s enough intelligent puzzle design, variety and enjoyment to make it worthwhile for strategy fans...

XBLA Review: Double Fine Happy Action Theater

XBLA Review: Double Fine Happy Action Theater
It won’t satisfy those looking for a proper game that boasts endless depth and longevity, and a few technical hiccups and lesser activities dampen the fires of enjoyment a little, but as an inventive display of the all-ages entertainment and imaginative creativity that the Kinect is capable of,...

PSN Review: Wheels of Destruction

PSN Review: Wheels of Destruction
Wheels of Destruction has plenty of potential, but it’s the gaming equivalent of a car with a broken steering column, making the mere act of driving around feel like you’re trapped in the passenger seat with Mr. Magoo at the wheel...

PS3 Review: Binary Domain

PS3 Review: Binary Domain
The added gimmicks don’t work especially well and AI can occasionally be troublesome, but Binary Domain is still a surprise gem thanks to a wealth of tough, addictive combat and a surprisingly well-written plot populated with fun, likeable characters. It’s often more Michael Bay than Blade...