MLB 12 The Show [Review]

Spring training is coming to a close, which means it’s time to prepare for the start of the official MLB season.  Or another year of saying “There’s always next year” for us Cubs fans. Much like professional baseball players, it took me a while to shake off the rust of not having played MLB The … Read moreMLB 12 The Show [Review]

Sine Mora [Review] – Steam punkery

Xbox Live Arcade has recently seen an influx of digital games posing as triple-A titles. The likes of third-person-survival-horror-action-adventure game I Am Alive, and the play-God-in-a-world-of-masked-freaks that is From Dust have proved that big concept, (fairly) complex games are viable in the console digital space. And that’s all well and good, but I still want … Read moreSine Mora [Review] – Steam punkery

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City [Review] – Braaaaaaaain-less

There are two important things to note about Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Firstly, this is not a ‘traditional’ Resident Evil game; remove the setting and the narrative and there’s no way you’d recognise it as Resident Evil at all. Secondly, do not play solo. This is a full-blown, class based, third-person shooter with an … Read moreResident Evil: Operation Raccoon City [Review] – Braaaaaaaain-less

Fifa Street [Review] – Joga bonito

You may remember Fifa Street as a series in which double-backflip overhead kicks, stupidly loud power-meters and literally unstoppable shots at goals ruled the roost. Back then, as with the majority of ‘arcade’ sports games, Fifa Street was fun in bursts (short bursts) but quickly lost its appeal as it devolved into a race to … Read moreFifa Street [Review] – Joga bonito