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Skylanders: Trap Team Review

Posted by Matthew Hewson On Tuesday 21 October 2014ADD COMMENTS

Available on XBO, PS4, Wii U, 360, PS3, Wii l Published by Activision l Developed by Toys for Bob with Beenox l Classified G l Supports 1-2 players

REVIEW IN BRIEF > Another year and another Skylanders game appears to steal the hearts of children and the bank balances of parents. The actual game is a tight platforming experience with wonderful characters and some entertaining mini games. However with this iteration the money grabbing elements are more aggressive than ever. It’s still a lot of fun, but be prepared to say the word “no” a lot if you buy Trap Team for the little ones. Read the rest of this entry »

Minimum Review

Posted by Adam Rorke On Friday 3 October 2014ADD COMMENTS

Available on PC l Published by Cubed Productions LLC l Developed by Human Head Studios l Unclassified l Supports 1-10 players

REVIEW IN BRIEF > This game truly excels as a casual experience that offers just that little bit more than your standard, run-of-the-mill shooter. Minimum won’t win any awards for pushing the envelope but it never really tries to. If you can cope with art design that feels a little soulless, this is the perfect game to play after a long day of work with limited time. Read the rest of this entry »

Hatoful Boyfriend Review

Posted by Joel Guttenberg On Thursday 2 October 2014ADD COMMENTS

Available on PC l Published by Devolver Digital l Developed by Mediatonic and PigeoNation Inc l Unclassified l Supports 1 player

REVIEW IN BRIEF > Computer games are often about placing yourself in the shoes of another person, and seeing things from their perspective. This can allow you to experience unique stories and even worlds that you may not have imagined before.  Ladies and gentlemen, Hatoful Boyfriend is something that you have almost certainly never imagined before. It’s an interactive story, a pigeon dating simulator, and possibly more interesting than first appearances suggest. Read the rest of this entry »

Forza Horizon 2 Review

Posted by Matthew Hewson On Wednesday 1 October 2014ADD COMMENTS

Available on XBO and 360 l Published by Microsoft l Developed by Playground Games, Turn 10 Studios and Sumo Digital l Classified PG l Supports 1-8 players

REVIEW IN BRIEF > To say Forza Horizon 2 is a great game would be selling it short. The combination of the pitch perfect driving from previous Forza games with a wonderfully varied and vibrant open world has created one hell of an experience. Apart from a few minor issues such as hard to identify scenery there is really nothing meaningful to complain about here. If you like driving, even if only a little, then Forza Horizon 2 is for you. Read the rest of this entry »