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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

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,