XBLA Review: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD

XBLA Review: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD
It recreates the gameplay of the original games to impressive effect, and while in many ways it’s the best Tony Hawk title in years and an effective nostalgic throwback for Pro Skater fans, some rough edges and unfortunate omissions make it feel like a sadly incomplete package...

PS3 Review: London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games

PS3 Review: London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games
London 2012 is far from a great game. It certainly won’t provide much depth or lasting appeal, but if you’re in the grip of Olympic fever, then it’s a fun, accessible way to jump into the games for yourself with family and friends on a lazy Sunday afternoon...

XBLA Review: Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad

XBLA Review: Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad
It’s a technically serviceable racer, especially when played online with real people, but a complete lack of difficulty makes the solo experience an increasingly joyless one...

PS3 Review: Spec Ops: The Line

PS3 Review: Spec Ops: The Line
while it’s an underacheiver when it comes to gameplay, as a narrative experience it goes above and beyond, with phenomenal voice acting, great writing and a surprisingly well presented story that doesn’t shy away from the horrifying nature of war. It’s a sobering counterpoint to the...

PSN Review: Rock of Ages

PSN Review: Rock of Ages
Rock of Ages combines fun, physics-based platforming with tower defense to impressive effect, and while the later element is sadly light on depth and strategy, it’s still an enjoyable diversion with a great sense of humour made all the more impressive by the sizable amount of game mode options to keep...

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