The force is strong in Star Wars Pinball…
Project X Zone is available now on the Nintendo eShop and also at retail. Read the definitive review here.
A new solution has been released to help fix those broken Nintendo 64 control sticks
Resident Evil Revelations crawls it’s way onto Wii U. Read the definitive review here.
Tetris is now available on the eShop at a new reduced price, snag this little gem today!
Stop asking why. Why? Because Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is as it is, ok? Why? Because it’s been like this for a while and it’s doing pretty well for itself. Why? Because its often veiled face encourages communication, learning, understanding and mastery, that’s ‘why’.
Luigi is a bit like David Bowie, really. Lanky, unpredictable, looks good with feathered hair. Therefore it’s unsurprising, given the clear cosmic connection the two share, that both are releasing long-overdue comebacks this year, 2013. The year of The Odd Ones.
Are you ready to make your eyes bleed with the beauty of virus destruction? Then Nano Assault EX is just the game for you!
Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2 has landed on the Wii U. Prepared to be showered with blood in this violent beast of the game.
Mindless fanservice fest or compulsive side scrolling beat ‘em up? Find out in our import review, here.
Every once in a while a game comes along that makes us wish Nintendo still made face buttons like those on the GameCube controller – particularly like the big, round, A button, always so inviting to bash. Dopamix is one of them.
NBA 2K13 has landed on Wii U. Is it a slam dunk, or a load of deflated old balls? Find out, here.
Is Game Freak’s first wholly original project in seven years a success?
Pix3d touches down on eShop! Its gentle nod to an age gone by will certainly put a smile on your face and is at heart a fantastic little puzzler.
Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D has touched down on 3DS. Is it a shot in the dark, or a download that gives you more bang for your buck?
“Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 are narratively anaemic, instead they are frighteningly focused in their desire to satisfy the trainers who will play for 600 hours while simultaneously encouraging everyone else into taking that big massive bite out of the game and discovering just how deep the Poké hole goes.