Ruaidhri develops stockholm syndrome and fallen in love with a game that abuses him. Ibb and Obb is a cute co-op centric on the face but something dark and far more sinister lies beneath waiting to destroy friendships.
Ruaidhri plunges to the depths of the ocean to see if this bullet hell ‘shmup’ is deep enough to keep a gamer entertained or is it just too shallow?
Jon reviews Papers, Please – a truly unique indie PC game available on Steam.
Never one to shy away from a mobile freemium game, Vin delves in head first into Chillingos’ latest offering. But does it stand up against the plethora of titles of the same ilk on the platform?
Ruaidhri tries to get his groove back with this musical puzzle platformer. Rhythm is a dancer, or at the very least the solution to most problems in BeatBuddy. Thr3aks and Rhianna Pratchett team up for this indie Steam game.
20 years after the original Rise of the Triad, Interceptor Entertainment have brought the game to a modern age. With Nazi’s and cultists should this game have stayed in the past? or does it deserve a new lease of life?
A dystopian future, a world run by gangs and corporations, can you as a shadowrunner find out who killed your friend? Ruaidhri takes a look at this rebirth of a classic RPG from the early 90’s. Is it worth you getting your credstick out for or should you tell it to frag off?
What do you get if you cross a pig with a bird? Some kind of weird flying pig creature. Possibly with a beak. But I digress. What you actually get is Kamikaze Pigs, the latest ‘Destruction Game’ from Chillingo and Mostrogames!
Ruaidhri takes on some armed apes in Gun Monkeys, does the game show signs of evolution or is it just smashing bones and howling at the sky?
Game journalists are universally acclaiming BioShock Infinite to be the game that defines this generation, are they correct?
Martin tackles a new point and click adventure game, can a long time fan of old Lucas Arts games get along with this new wannabe?
Diablo meets Tim Burton with some Danny Elfman style soundtrack, what’s not to love? Ruaidhri reviews Skyrock Games iOS Action RPG Gloomy Hollow.
Ruaidhri get’s out his deck and tries his hand at Shelter for iPhones. A collectible card and tower defence game, is this as infectious as a zombie bite?
Callum tackles Cling Thing in this iOS review. Should you cling to this thing or shake off the game like a bit of sticky tape stuck on your finger?
Martin overcomes his Eiffelophobia to delve into fantasy tower defence game Prime World Defenders, only to get his CCG itch getting scratched.
Ruaidhri looks back at Comix Zone, a game forgotten by most due to it’s release late in the Sega Megadrive’s (Genesis’) life-cycle. When people were already on their Playstation 1’s and Saturns, Sega released a comic book superhero game with a difference.
Ruaidhri puts on his boy racer hat and takes to the streets in #GRID2 to see if this game gets pole position or doesn’t even make it out of the pits.
An ugly bird, a weird looking dog, a creepy train driver and a name that is far too much like Bridget Jones, is this puzzle game worth your time or should you keep heading down the line?