Today I’ll be reviewing the SteelSeries Sensei RAW. For anyone experiencing a little de ja vu, no it’s not a glitch in the Matrix. This is the Na’Vi Edition of the Sensei RAW, as opposed to the Original Sensei RAW review we did back in January, nor is it the…
Reviewing a guide is a strange experience, sitting somewhere between a hardware and a software review. On the one hand it serves a distinct purpose like a piece of hardware and can be judged on how well it serves that purpose, but on the other hand it’s also extremely subjective…
Originating from Germany, The Dark Eye is a pen-and-paper RPG that never caught on much elsewhere. In a similar vein to Dungeons and Dragons, this universe shares much of the same fantastical background. Dwarves and Elves despise each other and there is a demonic undead army that hates everyone else.…
Indie Gaming Magazine have landed themselves in hot water after changing their review policy. Previously the publication had handled reviews like most websites, a free opinion on a product measuring its good and bad points according to the reviewer. While IGM hasn't changed the overall format, they chosen to make…
The Last of Us Strategy Guide Publisher: BradyGames Price: $13.99 BUY The Last of Us, developed by Naughty Dog, was one of the best final games on the PlayStation 3 in the lead up to the next gen consoles. Expectations were very high from the game coming from the creators…
The Ace Attorney series of games has always been held in high regard. With the quirky sprite art characters and somewhat clever courtroom puzzles, the series grabbed gamers from all backgrounds. Some played for the almost point-and-click style of gameplay, some for the courtroom battles but all agree that these…
"In the beginning one man had a vision. It began here and it would change our world". This is the line that introduces you to the world of WWE 2K14 and is synonymous with the grandest stage of them all, Wrestlemania. The game promises to give players a true homage…
Tetrobot and Co. is a new indie release from Swing Swing Submarine which takes place inside the Tetrobots, an army of consumer-level household bots that have broken and require fixing. Enter the Psychobot, a tiny little robo-helper who must repair the Tetrobots by venturing inside them and finding the three…
Instead of leaping forwards in time, Assassin's Creed IV :Black Flag takes a step back by focusing on the well received ship captaining segments of last year's Assassin's Creed III and expanding on them. Black Flag deviates from series' norms and does so well. So well in fact that it…
Picture yourself on centre stage with a million fans screaming your name as you blister your way through a guitar solo. The backing music compliments each precise note as the lights and sounds envelop you and the surroundings. All those days playing Guitar Hero wishing you could play it for…
The Battlefield series has always been a strong presence in the online FPS genre. Being more than a match for Call of Duty, Count-Strike and ARMA just to name a few. Since the release of Battlefield 2 in 2005, Battlefield fans have had to wade their way through Bad Company,…
Every once in a while there comes a title that pushes the boundaries of what a video game is. It makes gamers question whether the product is an interactive experience with pulse pounding gameplay or simply an interactive story that you are the pawn in. This is especially apparent with…
Bioshock Infinite was a big hit when it was first out early this year and soon after that the boardgame was announced. Fans have waited for the boardgame and we have had the chance to play it and see if it stands up. BioShock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia is…
Spongebob Squarepants and the inhabitants of Bikini Bottom have been popular enough to be on TV for well over a decade, and with that came the inevitable game adaptations. While the most memorable of them have been well received platformers, the latest title is a co-op adventure for up to…
Worms 3 is here…not to be confused with Worms 3D. What’s that? Yes there has already been a game called Worms 4. So how can this be Worms 3? Because it is, alright. In actuality this is Worms 3 because it is the third Worms game to be released on…
Eleusis is a gorgeous title for an indie release. Whilst only being developed by a three-person team the graphics are superb and could stand tall with some major budget titles in terms of appearance. The foreboding atmosphere of such a dark and suspicious environment definitely does work to Eleusis’s advantage…
Some of the most fun you can ever have in a game is when you can have great moments with your friends. Playing a game that has cooperative multiplayer to go alongside a single player experience can help make a game more fun. This is very true with a new…
Theros, a land of myths and legends. Where gods reign over the land and monstrous creatures rise from the depths to devour man. Many heroes will arise to take on the beasts and appease their gods. And so the journey through the Theros block begins. With the creative minds of…
How to Survive is pretty much what it says on the tin; your average zombie game with a bit of a twist. Yes, you still have to fight off an array of advancing zombies, yes, it’s very scary especially when the night comes in, but what How to Survive offers…
Final Fantasy has taken players on journeys throughout multiple different worlds and realms. From saving princesses, killing bad guys and saving the world, the games have always been individual gems. When Final Fantasy XIV was released not a lot of people got on board. But after a change in the…
There are tons of champions in League of Legends, but only a select few of them can be classed as funny or wacky champions. These guys are the flavour of the game, and give it a nice sense of hilarity to go with the gameplay. With this said, we now…