WET review

There’s something about slow motion that tickles the fancy when playing video games or watching movies that’s hard to nail why it feels just right despite the fact that it’s used extensively in both mediums, yet never gets old. There’s too many instances to mention here in gaming which have

Mini Ninjas review

IO Interactive are better known for their Hitman series of games and more recently, Kane and Lynch and so it comes as a bit of a surprise to see that they’ve embarked on a third person action game which ditches the gritty realism of said games and goes straight for

Batman Arkham Asylum review

It’s been a while since Batman has graced a video games console and so it comes as welcome entertainment to finally be able to put the caped crusader through his paces on current generation hardware. Although If we’re to be one hundred percent accurate then this will in fact be

Ninja Gaiden II review

Ninja Gaiden was one of the best action games on Xbox, and cemented the developers, Team Ninja as an outfit who not only could capture our imaginations with the lovely and buxom Dead or Alive girls, but also provide us with some serious gaming moments. For the casual player, Ninja

King of Fighters XII review

SNK Playmore brings a new King of Fighters game to consoles in the form of King of Fighters XII which as the title suggests is 12 long games in a series spanning several generations of consoles and originating out of Japan alongside Capcom’s Street Fighter series. Opting to stick with

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood review

Call of Juarez first appeared on Xbox 360 in June 2007 and featured the rather ambiguous tale of a priest with an itchy trigger finger and an Native Indian/American on the run for a crime he didn’t commit all set to the backdrop of an unforgiving world filled with gold,

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs review

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs comes at the same time as the animated movie and having watched the previous Ice Age movies can agree that they are witty, well produced and perfect light entertainment for youngsters and adults alike. We’re not here to talk about animated movies but more