Reviews

Overlord review

Every once in a while a game comes along that doesn’t fit into the usual categories that we normally use with video games such as racing, shooting, adventure etc. Overlord is one such game and whilst it has more than enough adventuring contained within, it also offers a strategic/management element

The Darkness review

What is “The Darkness”? Other than the title of the game which has been developed by Starbreeze who also brought us Enclave and Chronicles of Riddick Escape from Butcher Bay on Xbox. The Darkness is also the name of a popular comic series which features leading anti hero Jackie Estacado

Tenchu Z review

The Tenchu series started way back when on the beloved Playstation and at the time was a direct competitor for stealth supremacy against the likes of Metal Gear Solid. Whilst both games had their fare share of fans Tenchu was always seen as the underdog. However with unmatched stealth gameplay,

WarTech Senko No Ronde review

WarTech Senko no ronde is an arcade fighting game developed by G.Rev and released on the Sega Naomi board. The game is set in the future where the human race has inhabited various regions of the galaxy. However nations are at war with each other over the distribution of wealth

Forza 2 review

When Forza released on Xbox it was revered as one of the great racing games and one that would easily rival the more established likes of Project Gotham Racing. With its simulation approach and of course the editing tools for users to create new and distinctive paint jobs for their

Shrek: The Third review

Shrek fans can rejoice as not only is a new movie on its way but a game to go alongside it for you to continue the adventuring when you get home from the cinema. This will be the third Shrek movie tie in game to appear on consoles and therefore

Rayman Raving Rabbids review

Rayman has been around for a number of years and has starred in several titles spanning multiple systems. With the advent of more powerful hardware being available and in the case of the Nintendo Wii, differing game play methods we have a new Rayman game on our hands. Once again