Shadows of the Damned Review

Shadows of the Damned is a weird game. It doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but it will get you thinking, and this is ultimately where the game succeeds the most. There is something distinctively inviting about the many combat situations you’ll come across in the game, and while the gameplay can be a little stiff at …

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Review

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is one of those nice surprises you didn’t see coming. It appeared at the top of my review pile in a shiny case that I knew nothing about. Going in with a blank slate, the opening cinematic confused me. I had no idea what was going on, only to become more …

Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Review

Marvel vs. Capcom started out life as a simple, yet insane, hybrid fighter, designed to captivate the mindless Western audience who had an infatuation with button-mashing over actual skill. After an overwhelming reception Stateside, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 upped the challenge for more serious players, and it too proved to be popular. Then a decade …

Swarm Review

Swarm’s engaging and memorable gameplay is driven by a unique agenda; instead of trying to protect the game’s protagonist, you’re tasked with destroying few to save many. Swarm rewards you for being inventive and aggressive, and whilst the game treads into frustrating territory because of at-times mind-numbing difficulty, it’s saved by rewarding and satisfying gameplay. …

PS3 Eagle Eye converter Review

When it comes to first person shooters on the PS3, there’s an enormous range to choose from, most of which feature a single player campaign mode and a online mode. When plodding along at your own pace through the single player campaign, the dual analogue controls are more than adequate, but when you verse the …

Killzone 3 Review

The frenzied FPS that is Killzone 3 is not your average conflict-based shooter; it thrives on epic set-pieces and incorporates a rather unique control scheme, but what sets this shooter apart from others is its character, fueled by stunning visuals, a satisfying campaign and a superb multiplayer component. It’s not often that both the single-player …