Mr Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage DLC Review
After the first piece of Borderlands 2 DLC just missed the mark with dulled humour and bland environments, “Mr Torgue's campaign of carnage” sets all of this right with one of the most memorable Borderlands characters so far and varied areas. This round of DLC opens with resident mad scientist…
Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty DLC Review
The months after the first Borderlands was released offered a treasure trove of DLC that kept players coming back to the backwater planet of Pandora long after the first vault was opened. Borderland 2 seems set to continue this trend with it's first DLC continuation less than a month from…
Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two 2Player Review
Welcome to the first 2Player review! Let me give you a rundown of how this will work, the review will be split up in to two sections, the Player 1 experience and the Player 2 experience. Player 1 will be looking at the game from single player view and Player…
Paper Mario Sticker Star Review
Paper Mario has always been very different from the main Mario series. Starting with Paper Mario on the N64 this turn based RPG series has delivered top notch games ever since and this newest title is not different, though it is worth noting that this games is different in some…
Skyrim: Dragonborn DLC Review
After defeating Alduin, playing through Dawnguard and having three custom built houses and two very terrifying children (not to mention a creepy fox with strange heavy breathing) in Hearthfire, Skyrim quickly became a little dull. Sure there were still Dragons to kill, chests to pillage and a gravity-defying horse, but…
Black Knight Sword Review
What can I say about Black Knight Sword? When I first read details about it I was intrigued, a platformer with a strange yet oddly likeable art style which has come from the mind of famed developer Suda 51, on paper this looked really impressive so I made a mental…
Hitman: Absolution Review
Agent 47 is back again and is as ever a one man silent killing machine. Hitman games have always been focused on the stealth and action aspect of play style and this game is no different. Hitman: Absolution follows in the footsteps of its previous games but with more weapons,…
Pokémon Black and White 2 Review
Pokémon is back and is bigger than ever. The Pokémon games have always been a big part of Nintendo’s handheld game line-up and this title is no exception, by having the “prequel” of the Pokémon Black and White games, this allows Pokémon Black and White 2 (Pokémon BW2) to take…
Team Fortress 2 Mann Vs Machine Review
Team Fortress 2 is a class based first person shooter developed by Valve initially released in 2007. Now a free game on Steam the game TF2 still draws in a huge audience even after 5 years of being released. This is mostly due to the fact that the game has…
Hairy Tales Review
Released for Windows, Mac and iPhone/iPad Hairy Tales at first appeared to be another simple puzzle game. However, after playing it turned out that it was not only fun but also provided what I haven't found in puzzle games for quite a while: challenge. Praised for its creativity and multiple solutions…
New Super Mario Bros 2 Review
Mario is back and this time it’s all about the cash! No, Nintendo haven’t sold out, it’s just the latest Mario platformer for the 3DS, New Super Mario Bros 2! The game is a direct sequel to New Super Mario Bros (for the DS) and like that game re-introduces some…
3volution Review
Simple, addictive and challenging. That's how Zaki Gaming describe their first action, puzzle, arcade iOS game 3volution, and it's a refreshing change to find a game that is actually the same as described! It's up to you to complete stages and 'missions' to evolve yourself from a single celled organism into…
Halo 4 Review
When Halo 3 ended I’m sure more than a few tears were shed: tears for the Master Chief, for the story ending and probably tears of frustration and joy when you finally completed it on Legendary difficulty. So when it was announced 343 Industries were taking over and re-imagining it,…
Silent Hill: Book of Memories Review
I’ll admit, I’m quite the horror fan. So when I got asked to review Silent Hill: Book of Memories I jumped on it and got quite excited! Released for less than a month, Book of Memories is the first Silent Hill instalment on the Playstation Vita and appears to take…
Final Fantasy 7 (PC) Review
Final Fantasy 7 (for Playstation 1 and PC) initially released in 1997 and re-released again on the Playstation Network in 2009 is widely regarded as one of the best JRPG’s in a long time, gaining critical acclaim upon release. Now because of the 25th anniversary of the Final Fantasy series…
The Sims 3: Supernatural Review
If you're really into the extra races then the game play is pretty good. As far as expansion packs go it's quite a nice change from the usual human needs. Though the only race that really differs is the Vampire in a sense that you can't go out in daylight…
Deadlight Review
Deadlight, a 2.5D narrative driven zombie platformer, originally out in August on XBLA has finally been released on PC after an additional two months in development. Now on sale on steam will November 1st, does this downloadable title hold a big enough punch to make an impact in a market…
Mugen Souls Review
Mugen Souls is the next anime style moe moe* game by NIS America and developed by Compile Hearts. The game centres around a young pink haired girl Chou-Chou, who rides around in space on a massive bunny space ship with her companions Altis, a self proclaimed demon and Ryuto, the spaceship…