When SEGA first announced that they were putting a new Shinobi game out for the Nintendo 3DS, I really didn’t know what to think. When it was made apparent that Griptonite Games was developing it, I was quite worried that it wouldn’t be...
November 27, 2011
Marvel Super Hero Squad: Infinity Gauntlet (3DS) Review
Something that I was really worried about when the Nintendo 3DS was released was the propensity for older games to be released with “added 3D” in an attempt to cash in. Having released the second instalment in the Marvel Super Hero Squa...
July 26, 2011
Captain America: Super Soldier (DS) Review
I didn’t expect much from the video game tie-in for Captain America: Super Soldier. Keen to see the movie, I was looking to find a copy of the 360 or PS3 version, hearing that the similarities to Batman: Arkham Asylum make for a surprisingly...
June 1, 2010
Iron Man 2 (DS) Review
The first Iron Man movie game on the Nintendo DS was very naff. Conforming to the typical movie game cliché, it wasn’t very good. Iron Man 2 is a very different beast with a storyline that doesn’t really stick to the movie and tw...
December 4, 2009
Where The Wild Things Are (Wii) Review
Ahh, another summer holiday period, another movie targeted towards a wider audience. And of course, with that, yet another tie-in video game to go with the film, which releases this week in Australia. Where The Wild Things Are is the apparently eagerl...
February 27, 2004
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (GBA) Review
After the huge success of Night fire last year, EA Games thought it would be a good idea to completely deviate from the FPS view of Night fire which featured on EVERY console, and they decided to 3rd Person View, maybe to make the game d...