Raven Squad review

Raven Squad tells the story of a military unit trapped behind enemy lines in the Amazonian jungles. Fighting tooth and nail against an oppressive force whilst offering the gamer the chance to embark on first person shooting action combined with some RTS elements. Sounds like it could be good…on paper,

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record review

Dead Rising 2 (DR 2) turned out to be a pretty great zombie action game, improving and tweaking from its predecessor and rekindling the flame for mass zombie killings, survivor rescue and dressing up in female clothing. Whilst Chuck Green the game’s protagonist came across determined yet a bit flat,

Crysis 2 review

German video game developers Crytek have become well known for their spectacular pieces of software, mainly in the PC market. Led by three brothers, Crytek made waves with its ‘Cryengine’ game engine used very well with their most prominent release Far Cry on the PC in 2004. Offering more adaptive

Dead Space 2 review

The original Dead Space became a bit of a cult classic, being enjoyed by reviewers but not being as well publicized as other games at the time. The survival horror genre had been turned upside down after Capcom took its leading Resident Evil series into a more action orientated adventure

Prototype review

Sandbox games seem to be an ever increasing genre on Xbox 360 and whilst offering open worlds with lots of activities contained within, like their first person shooter brethren are becoming somewhat over-familiar experiences. The heady and fast moving backdrop of New York city and an unwitting protagonist are the

Tron Evolution review

Tron Evolution is a movie tie in game which instead of trying to mimic the actions of the film favours telling the backstory of events prior to it. This means you get to see how things take a turn for the worst for Kevin Flynn and should offer a little

Sonic Free Riders review

This is not the first time hover boards have featured in a racing game and so Sega’s latest effort relies on the fact that using Kinect to perform the required moves is a novelty and a stand out feature for what is essentially something we’ve seen before in a number