Hands On: Lost in Shadow

Lost in Shadow for the Nintendo Wii is one of those rare games that tries to be something beyond the […]

Sega’s Conduit 2 to shoot its way on the Wii

The original Conduit published be SEGA and made by High Voltage Software was praised for attempting to bring First Person […]

EA Sports announces Sports Active 2.0 with new sensors

EA have always been known for its sports titles and they have embraced the new culture towards interactive fitness with […]

New Metroid: Other M Trailer

A new trailer for the Team Ninja and Nintendo produced Metroid title has been released, giving us a glimpse of […]

Motion tracking on the Nintendo DSi

Just found this and think its a fantastic way to make use of the under-rated camera on the Nintendo DSi. […]

Arc Rise Fantasia on Nintendo Wii

Arc Rise Fantasia is looking to create quite a scene when it comes out on the Nintendo Wii as it might just be the JRPG that people are looking for on the console. Developed by Ignition Entertainment and already released in Japan, it is currently being localised in time for a Summer 2010 release, with Europe to come soon after.

Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World Review

Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World is an action RPG that re-unites fans of the original Gamecube version with familiar faces and scenery. Fans of the original will notice the change in visual style from the strong cel-shaded look to a more vibrant, water colour like palette along with the new addition of the Monster Pact system, giving an additional layer of depth to the gameplay.

Tales of Graces recalled in Japan

Unfortunate news indeed for Namco Bandai regarding their latest Tales of game on the Nintendo Wii. Due to numerous bugs, […]

Sega’s Project Needlemouse announced as Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1

Fans of Sonic have long since been yearning for a true 2D sequel of their favourite mascot ever since the less than successful 3D renditions of the iconic hedgehog. When Project Needlemouse was announced it sent Sega fans into a frenzy as the trailer showed off Sonic running through some nostalgic stages and sounds.

Now Sega has officially unveiled what Project Needlemouse actually is and will now be known as Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1.

Guardian Anywhere Review

The Guardian is one of the UK’s premier newspapers when it comes to covering all aspects of the news. Developer […]

AudioHack Review

One of the criticisms of the HTC G1 handset was that the audio volume and quality was not as loud […]

iTweet Review

With the recent news that iTweet is now free, now is a good time to check out the popular twitter […]

ChompSMS Review

Having a functional SMS program is essential to those who text frequently and ChompSMS has long been a favourite due […]

Review: Lego Batman

Traveller’s Tales returns once more with its Lego games after the success of Lego Star Wars and Lego Indiana Jones.  […]

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attourney

Somehow when I was told about a game in which an inexperienced defence lawyer plays the main character, I was […]