Kinectimals review

Of all the Kinect launch titles Kinectimals is probably the most unique in terms of interaction with the new device. Using body movements and voice commands this is a game to draw you in and enter the cute world of furry animals from the big cat family. Rather than present

Dance Central review

Harmonix are well known for their Rock Band series of games and now ditch the peripherals and performance in favour of controller free dancing. With Dance Central you strut your funky stuff to prove that you’ve got what it takes to wow and leave onlookers in awe at your killer

Fighters Uncaged review

Ubisoft’s Fighters Uncaged is one of the first games which looks like it’s aimed at a more dedicated gaming following, as it claims to offer an unprecedented level of interaction with the on-screen action than ever before using the new Kinect device as its control interface. There’s nothing to really

Kinect Sports review

Rare under the roof of Microsoft should produce the killer Kinect launch game considering there’s a lot riding on the initial batch of wares to showcase the arrival of Xbox 360’s latest bit of kit. That said, does Rare’s answer to Wii Sports really entice those who are watching, reading,

Kinect Joyride review

With the launch of any new gaming machine there’s got to be a number of genres covered such as shooter, action, sports and racing game. Well considering Kinect isn’t a new console not all bases are needed to be covered, and yet here we are with the absence of a

Goldeneye: Reloaded review

Goldeneye the video game is regarded as one of the all time greats when it comes to the history of first person shooters, and although still very playable today, the aged N64 graphics and slightly odd controller simply does not compare to the high production values we have today. last

Fable III review

It’s Fable time once again, and what seems to be etched into the mind is how recent it feels to have lovingly placed Fable II on the back-burner after all its expanded extras increased the game’s longevity in the absence of a ‘Lost Chapters’ style re-release. With such a seemingly