Posts tagged "platformer"

  • Review: Puppeteer 10th September 2013

    Considering that other first-party publishers are phoning it in and playing it safe, it's nice to see a charming platformer with a more than ample amount of ingenuity to boot. Read More

  • Review: Capsized 14th August 2013

    The PC and iPad platforming success is now part of Xbox Live's Summer of Arcade. Here's our verdict on its console debut.Read More

  • IVG App Review Round-up (15/4/13) 15th April 2013

    This week's mobile reviews includes Injustice: Gods Among Us, Badland, The Other Brothers, and Stay Alight.Read More

  • Review: Sound Shapes 6th September 2012

    Sound Shapes is a labour of love by people who love both music and videogames. It shows in every nook and corner of the game, and represents a beautiful synergy of the two art forms.Read More

  • Review: Trials Evolution 9th June 2012

    For a game that makes you want to be perfect at it, it throws nothing but perfection back at you.Read More

  • Carmella for iPad now available on the App Store 20th June 2011

    Debut effort from Delhi-based developer MPowered.in.Read More

  • Review: Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 12th February 2011

    A sequel to the sublime remake of the classic side-scroller.Read More

  • Review: Super Meat Boy 6th December 2010

    Brutal. Punishing. Brilliant.Read More

  • Review: VVVVVV 22nd October 2010

    You will not spend $5 on anything better this year. Guaranteed.Read More

  • IVG GOTY 2009: Best Platformer 12th January 2010

    Platformers have seen a bit of a resurgence over the last few years. 2008 was a fantastic year for the genre and 2009 was no different. And it’s the traditional side-scrolling platformers that dominated our nominees for Best Platfromer. In fact, only one of the five nominees this year is a 3D platformer.Read More

  • GOTY Winners: Best Downloadable Game 9th February 2009

    Braid was not only 2008’s best downloadable game, but one of the best games of the year, period. It is hard for an indie effort to break into mainstream. Braid not only breaks the glass ceiling, but shatters it completely, competing on gameplay, story, graphics, and music with AAA titles. Braid is a platform-puzzle game, […]Read More

  • GOTY Winners: Best Platformer 9th February 2009

    Many people just couldn’t get around the idea of a fully priced, Blu-Ray PS3 game that was a side-scrolling platformer. Although many of these games are now confined to downloadable arcade status, LittleBigPlanet brought something special to the genre. And contrary to its harmless, cutesy exterior, this was not an easy game. The level design […]Read More

  • Review: Tomb Raider Underworld 10th December 2008

    When Crystal Dynamics were handed the Tomb Raider franchise after Angel of Darkness, I doubt even the most fanatical Lara fans were troubled. The franchise was at rock bottom, how worse could it be? Fans had lost faith and critics had written it off as a series that died with the PS1. Crystal Dynamics, therefore, […]Read More