The Lego Hobbit Review

“In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to ea…

Child Of Light Review

Arriving from Ubisoft, Child Of Light isn’t the typical kind of game you would expect from the French publisher, but is something you will definitely want to see more of in the future. Providing a sid…

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

The Amazing Spider-Man 2, following a loose story from the latest film release, is a game developed by Beenox, who have also worked on the previous game as well as Edge of Time and Shattered Dimension…

The Pinball Arcade Review

The Pinball Arcade developed and published by FarSight Studios. London’s Soho area is the hub of Britain’s entertainment industry and the birthplace of the teenager in the uk. Soho in the …

DARKSIDERS II Review

DEATH IS HERE With the release of Darksiders 2 hitting Wii U digital download we finally sit down and review DEATH in Darksiders 2, with off screenplay via the Wii U gamepad and with all DLC this make…

LEGO Marvel Superheroes Review

Here we are again. Another LEGO game, another big license, and another chance to potentially fall flat. Previously we’ve mainly seen films as the central focus, with recent titles moving to a slightly…