Xbox 360 Reviews Archive
The hero’s journey. That tried and tested chestnut of story-telling. And no wonder, the development of a meek, mild-mannered character forced to become the only person capable of saving the day has, for thousands of years, always been intriguing and appealing. There have been endless variations and
Hmmmm, a fighting game spliced with an RPG? Seems about as likely as a FIFA/Call of Duty crossover (surely a game that would make all of the money). Well, while FIFA of Duty remains in development hell until the bigwigs over at EA and Activision can keep
I love games like Super Meat Boy and N+; simple 2D platformers that provide often monumentally tricky challenges for those looking to push their gaming skills to the limit. The thing is, for a game of that ilk to work, to deliver that fine balance between challenge
Kalypso seem to have a thing about publishing almost great games. Alongside Enigma Software’s solid but ultimately flawed Alien Spidy comes Candygun Games’, Dollar Dash, a game even closer to greatness, but one ultimately let down by a few poor design choices that combine to derail what could
I’ve never really got pinball. It’s not that I don’t like it, I just don’t know what I’m doing. Beyond the need to keep the ball in play, I’ve never really got a feel for how the whole scoring system works. Yes, I understand that I should
Sweaty men in just their pants? Sound weird.
Does Halo 4 manage to outshine the magnum opus that was Bungie’s Reach?
A blast from the Dreamcast’s past.