In many ways, Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands video game is worlds better than the Prince’s current blockbuster movie, and that’s a good thing for gamers everywhere.
Splinter Cell: Double Agent takes you places the series has never been before, like hanging off the roof of the world’s tallest building.
Ripped from today’s headlines, Rainbow Six Lockdown follows an elite counter-terrorism force fighting around the world.
With the DVD just released, we go back and take a look at King Kong, the official game of the movie to see how it stacks up.
Lost sheep to Shepard! We got ourselves one heck of a great game here on this Xbox platform. Yeehaw!
Good and Evil is a lot more good than evil. The game really breaks new ground and easily becomes an instant adventure game classic.
At this point I could make loads of crass "Is that Lara Croft in your pocket or are you pleased to see me?" type gags, but I shall resist. Nevertheless, Lara Croft has clambered and grunted her way onto the small screen, courtesy of Ubi Soft. GBA owners everywhere can rejoice because they’ve got their very own Tomb Raider to slip into bags and the pockets of combat trousers – hoorah! In true Tomb Raider fashion the story is based around some fabricated legend. Lara has an ancient text to decipher, which leads her from Switzerland to South East Asia … Continue reading Entomb this sleepy raider
The puzzle genre is to video games what the horror genre is to books; both are fading fast. Like horror in literature, at one time puzzle games were big business. Games like Tetris were popular with gamers because of their addictive nature, and how new and innovative those games were at the time. As time went on though, a lack of innovation in newer puzzle titles led many gamers to get bored with puzzle games. Gradually, the puzzle genre lost so many fans that it went from being a huge genre to what it is now, a niche genre. While … Continue reading Bubbles Everywhere!