In this week’s app review round-up, Final Fantasy V, Nimble Quest, Mittens and Nitro.
The truly spectacular story all the way to its astonishing conclusion, coupled with frantic and highly enjoyable gunplay raises Bioshock Infinite high above its predecessors. It tells an ambitious story, one that finds its core in great ideas and succeeds so well at it that it could leave you reeling.
In this week’s mobile games round-up - Mini Ninjas, Puk, Le Vamp, and Sonic Dash.
With a largely redundant touchscreen interface and chiclet-style keys that aren't conducive to gaming at all, the Deathstalker Ultimate's performance pales in comparison to that of its significantly cheaper competititors.
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time is a classic case of ‘if it’s not broken, don’t fix it’. It’s a heart-warming gift to fans of the series and also worth a try for first-timers.
It doesn’t do a lot (thanks to features being removed wholesale) and what it does do isn’t remarkable in any way, but it’s been a while since I’ve seen a game do average quite as well as this.
While the story won’t win many hearts, the varied missions and loads of customisation options will surely have you swarming back for more.
The opening few hours are fantastic, but the excitement and enthusiasm fizzles out long before you have a chance to think about a serious commitment.
Gears of War: Judgment is a technically solid shooter geared strictly towards hardcore fans.
Maybe it’s time for Kratos to hang up the blades. His story has been told, and going back to fill in the gaps now doesn’t do his legacy or that of this great series any favours.
If you're already invested in Cognition's plot, this is a no-brainer, but if you’ve been on the fence, there isn’t much here to sway you in the game’s direction.
Revengeance is, if you can excuse the pun, a solid game. There's enough in the plot to keep die-hard Metal Gear fans interested and it isn't as long-winded or convoluted to turn off newbies.
With a driving model without any real feedback and a dodgy in-game economy, Real Racing 3 isn’t the quality sequel Real Racing 2 deserved.
Tomb Raider is not just the reimagining of Lara Croft, but also the series as a whole. This is Tomb Raider like you have never seen before – confident and bold and capable of holding its head high among the best of the genre.
Even though it feels very similar to its predecessor, Crysis 3 is an enjoyable shooter that offer a short yet solid single player experience, engaging multiplayer, and if your PC can handle it, stellar visuals.
This week, we have a clunky physics-based puzzler, a vehicular stunt game with zombies, a pretty platformer, and an atrocious (surprise!) movie tie-in.
Dead Space 3 can be genuinely terrifying - for all the wrong reasons. A disappointing conclusion to the trilogy.
If you're willing to put in the effort into Level5/Sutdio Ghibli's latest RPG, you'll be richly rewarded with satisfaction few games this generation can match.
The Steelseries Sensei Raw is highly recommended because not only does it work for both right and left handed gamers, but also for the fact that it provides everything you need at a good price.
In this week's mobile games round-up, we have a surfer in space, a rabbit on a trampoline, an aeronautical musician, and one very bumpy ride.
Dragonborn might not be special, but it's a pretty good reason to dust off your disc and head back to the world of Skyrim.
With all its drawbacks keeping it honest, The Hangman still finishes as an enjoyable episode that gets most of the basics right.
The Cave is a dark, satirical, intriguing, but flawed journey
In this week's round-up - Temple Run 2, Joe Danger Touch, Storm the Train, and Hundreds.