Kinect Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure review

Asobo Studios are back with another game and one that is aimed at 7 year olds and upwards featuring the Xbox 360’s Kinect device. This one is themed around some of the colourful Disney Pixar movies which includes The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, Up and Toy Story. The game offers a

Mass Effect 3 review

Mass Effect 3 ends what is Bioware’s massive and sprawling space adventure, that perhaps can be viewed as the gaming equivalent of Star Wars. Having started out as an Xbox exclusive, it has made the transition so that all gamers can get a slice of the intergalactic action. Telling the

Blades of Time review

Blades of Time tells the tale of treasure hunter Ayumi as she seeks treasures in a mystical realm called Dragonland. The game has been developed by Gaijin Entertainment, and if Ayumi with her golden pigtails and red bands looks familiar, then you’d be right as she was also the star

Binary Domain review

With a full English copy of SEGA’s Binary Domain now in our hands, it’s been an interesting ride through the game’s wild and fantastical science fiction themed story. Binary Domain is set in a Neo Tokyo of the future, filled with robots passing as humans, a squad of troops tasked

The Darkness II review

Based on the best-selling comic ‘The Darkness’ created by Top Cow Starbreeze Studios’ first effort has seem a sequel developed by Unreal and Pariah developer Digital Extremes. The Darkness tells the tale of fearless Mafia hitman Jackie Estacado who becomes host to the terrifying entity that is the Darkness which

Grand Slam Tennis 2 review

EA enters the fray alongside the efforts of Sega’s Virtua Tennis and 2K’s Top Spin series with its own Grand Slam Tennis. This is part 2 of the series and seems to be an encompassing package that spans 20 years with its ESPN Classic matches. With an extensive career mode