Gamers who are fans of the classic arcade side-scrolling shooter genre, and I know there are a lot of you out there, will think all their Christmases have come at once with Super Time Force from Capy Games.
Why do you play Spider-Man games?
Is it for the combat? Zipping around enemies, throwing kicks and punches before splatting them with a load of sticky web?
Is it for the Spider-Man legacy, storyline and movie tie-in?
Nothing makes you feel old like realising the ‘recent’ song you like is actually 20 years old, or the TV show you still quote regularly like everyone should know it ended 15 years ago.
Attractive graphics aren’t enough to save a completely lackluster campaign. You can wrap a turd up in the shiniest paper in the world – but at the end of the day, you still have a turd.
Angry Birds merchandise has been my (well my son’s) poison of choice, so it was with great trepidation that I slipped Skylanders: Swap Force into my Xbox 360.
It’s been 5 long years since the last major release the iconic Grand Theft Auto series. In 5 years you would expect Rockstar to come up with something very special, and not only have they raised the bar with GTA V, but they have shifted the whole playing field altogether.
To say that Saints Row IV is a completely different game to Saints Row: The Third wouldn’t be correct. In fact it’s a very similar game, Saints Row through and through, but the storyline forces the experience to be very different from anything previously in the series. In many ways, you could say that SR4 is a very good mod of SR3.
If there’s one thing you can be assured of when you pick up a game envisioned by the now legendary Suda51 – it’s a whole heap of weirdness.
But he has a track record of turning crazy into genius, and his latest – Killer is Dead, is no exception.
I’m a big fan of casual, tranquil games where time isn’t an issue, you have unlimited lives and the goal is to get from point A to point B at your leisure.
One of the best, and possibly the worst things about Remember Me, a third-person action adventure from Capcom, is the vision of society in a not too distant 2086.