Colourful! It’s the one word I would use to describe de Blob 2 above all others. Everything about the game revolves around being artistic with your palette and spreading the vibrancy to anything in your vicinity.
In the long-running yearly tradition, the holiday season sees a new addition to the THQ WWE Smackdown Vs RAW series. After a vastly improving the series with the 2010 edition, can THQ take the same sort of leap in the game, or is it more a case this year of refinement and tweaking?
In an industry where sequels top the chart week after week, new IP announcements place a lot of pressure on the developers to deliver a game capable of holding its own against already successful franchises. Following on from one of the best new IPs of the year so far, Bayonetta, Japanese developers Platinum Games are once again [...]
An imagination gone wild can be a dangerous thing, something which Alan Wake finds out in the final piece of DLC, The Writer. In a similar vein to the preceding DLC, The Signal, you find yourself trapped in the dark place struggling to hold onto your sanity amidst a landscape of warped versions of past [...]
If there was a prize for the title that defined value for money the most, 101 in 1 Sports Megamix would be a worthy contender. That said, here at Nukoda, we stand by the idea of Quality over Quantity in our videogames of choice. Can a DS owner really need 101 different sports games squeezed [...]
There are very few recent horror games that actually go for all out scares. Around the time of Resident Evil 4 the action element took precedence over the horror resulting in hordes of undead that could easily be replaced with irate soldiers. Few developers understand how to provide even basic scares, whether it be Resident Evil 5′s gung-ho [...]
When asked to remember Sonic‘s greatest moments, very few of them will feature a 3D version of gamings most iconic hedgehog. In fact, the only 3D entry in the long running series any fan would even consider mentioning is Dreamcast best-seller Sonic Adventure. Seen as a technical marvel back in the late 90s, can the [...]
After a month of comics, trailers and an attempt at a week of rolling updates two things were evident. First, the Left 4 Dead team shouldn’t try and mimic the Team Fortress tradition of teasing content each day mixed with humour as it simply doesn’t work with a game that is serious. Second is that the combo of the comic and the downloadable content does work, so well in fact that [...]
Ever since Borderlands was released every fan has wanted to do one thing: shut those damn claptraps up. It’s rather fitting then to find that you get to do just that with the final piece of DLC, Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution. Going full circle, the game picks up on the notable ending of the [...]
We’re a little bit later than other sites and publications with our review of Halo: Reach. Why are we a little bit late? Because that’s all we’ve been doing for the past week-and-change. The Halo franchise, despite its phenomenal success and brilliant drive has always been maligned by people who are typically described by Halo [...]