• Link toReview: Yoshi’s New Island (Nintendo 3DS)

    Review: Yoshi’s New Island (Nintendo 3DS)


    Yoshi’s New Island on Nintendo 3DS gives fans of the series a much needed fix after seven long years of inactivity from the franchise, but try as it might to throw in a few new gameplay mechanics it doesn’t manage to recreate the series in any profound way. Yoshi’s New Island actually picks up where […]

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  • Link toReview: Cubemen 2 (Wii U)

    Review: Cubemen 2 (Wii U)


    Cubemen 2 on the surface looks unassuming and even rough around the edges. Like a great book, it is subject to being judged by the cover perhaps all too harshly. Pull back the veil though and you will find a great wealth of content that is as enjoyable as it is ambitious. As a tower […]

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  • Link toReview: Super Mario 3D World (Wii U)

    Review: Super Mario 3D World (Wii U)

    Nintendo Articles

    Super Mario 3D World encapsulates everything wholesome about Nintendo and underlines that despite what you may read on the internet, these folks know what they’re doing with Wii U. Our favourite plumber’s adventure starts off a little differently this time around: Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Toad come across a strange transparent warp pipe that […]

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  • Link toReview: Bravely Default (Nintendo 3DS)

    Review: Bravely Default (Nintendo 3DS)

    Nintendo 3DS Review

    Japanese RPGs have an often turbulent time in Western regions. They are often plagued by same-y gameplay and uninspired stories — which is what makes them both alluring and repellant at the same time. One new title in the Nintendo 3DS library embraces this conflicting relationship; Bravely Default does so with a spring in its […]

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  • Link toReview: Tearaway (PlayStation Vita)

    Review: Tearaway (PlayStation Vita)

    PlayStation Articles

    From the creative minds at Media Molecule, who gave us the LittleBigPlanet series, comes a brand new platforming adventure. Tearaway for PlayStation Vita is a lot of fun, simply adorable in every way, and a big reminder of our Arts and Crafts childhood. Playing as Iota (or the female version, Atoi), you’re a letter that […]

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  • Link toReview: Ryse: Son of Rome (Xbox One)

    Review: Ryse: Son of Rome (Xbox One)

    Featured Articles

    There’s no doubt being the only new IP out of the Xbox One launch line-up makes life a little bit more difficult for Ryse: Son of Rome. Almost every other NextGen title has the benefit of being an already popular series, and therefore any shortcomings with new technology are usually forgiven. But any issues I […]

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  • Link toReview: Contrast (PlayStation 4)

    Review: Contrast (PlayStation 4)

    PlayStation 4 Review

    Contrast is a unique spin on the puzzle/platformer genre, rather than sticking to tradition like LIMBO or Braid, Contrast adopts a 2D meets 3D approach that, while ambitious, ultimately falls short of what could have been. Set in a 20’s Noir style atmosphere in the year 1923, Contrast sets you in the role of Dawn, […]

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  • Link toReview: WWE2K14 (PlayStation 3)

    Review: WWE2K14 (PlayStation 3)

    PlayStation 3 Review

    WWE2K14 is the first WWE game since 2K Sports gained the WWE license from the now defunct publisher THQ. Many may think that the take-over, which happened halfway into the game’s development period may have had a negative impact on this release, they were very wrong indeed. While WWE2K14 isn’t massively different to WWE ’13 […]

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