Author: Dave Jones

UFC Undisputed 2010 Review

I’m going to level with you. I don’t like boxing (or mixed martial arts) and struggle to see how it’s defined as a ‘sport’. That said, watching people try to kill each other, minus the death, is always entertaining (plus, you know, foxy boxing). As such, I don’t really have an eye for the finesse Read More

Split Second: Velocity Review

Split/Second: Velocity is an arcade meets kart racer that’ll have you on the edge of your seat cheering as much as hurling abuse at inanimate objects. It’s an arcade (kart) racer published by Disney, but the “don’t do this in real life” warning is where the connection ends. That’s not to say it’s a mature Read More

Airport CEO vs SimAirport

Two as of late discharged computer games enable players to deal with their very own virtual airplane terminal. The makers of simairport vs airport ceo clarify the difficulties required with precisely mirroring the avionics business in an intelligent recreation while making it an agreeable gaming knowledge. Current business airplane terminals are entangled, without a doubt. Read More

Modern Warfare 2: Resurgence Package Review

Modern Warfare 2 gamers on XBOX Live received five new maps for their multiplayer experience over the weekend, with Activision and developer Infinity Ward unleashing the Resurgence Pack, yet another over-priced, but worthy, map-pack that should please diehard MW2 gamers. Just like its predecessor in the Stimulus Package, the Resurgence Pack contains five maps, three Read More

Halo Wars Review

The Halo brand has grown to become one of Microsoft’s staple pieces of software. The series has spanned three games across both XBOX consoles, giving gamers the opportunity to lead the human race in a war against the alien Covenant. The Halo games are known for their accessibility as FPS’s, allowing even the most novice Read More

Wolfenstein Review

Wolfenstein 3D is often considered to be the “godfather of first-person shooters”. It shipped 17 years ago and is still considered to be one of the pioneers of the genre, even ahead of Half-Life and Doom. It had a distinctive charm about it that has thankfully been carried over into the latest Wolfenstein adventure, albeit Read More

Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes review

  A real toy story When I was a kid, playing with my toys and creating fantastic worlds for them to explore together was one of my favourite pastimes. With Disney Infinity 2.0, I’m able to re-capture that innocent, joyous experience in video game form — which is more socially acceptable than sitting in my Read More

Skylanders Trap Team review

  Bringing balance to the Skylanders force. Turning heroes into villains is Skylanders’ new party trick, as it looks to spice up the formula entering its fourth consecutive year – although like a myriad of high-performing kids shows within the same realm, Skylanders is destined for long-lasting success with relatively minor tweaks as it captivates Read More

How Diablo 3 runs on the Switch: a short overview and screenshots

Until recently, the Diablo series was present exclusively on stationary platforms, not getting on consoles and PC. However, this situation is changing: already the second of November Diablo 3 will be available on the Nintendo Switch. I had the opportunity to try out the “portable” version of the game before its official release. Diablo 3: Read More

Splinter Cell: Conviction Review

The new direction of Splinter Cell: Conviction has worked a treat for Ubisoft Montreal and the result is perhaps the best instalment in the series to date. The game was originally set to be released way back in 2007. Countless delays later it’s finally arrived in a neat little package, with an absorbing story, bonus Read More

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