Game Reviews and Previews

  • Let me begin by explaining that I have already played through GTA V last year on my PS3, queuing up for a copy on launch day and spending many happy hours thoroughly exploring the world of Los Santos, both in Story Mode and with friends online.
  • Having exhausted the present day scenarios for CoD with Modern Warfare 1, 2, 3 and 4, then the Black Ops and Ghosts, the CoD franchise has rolled on into the future with Advanced Warfare.
  • Billed as the most expensive game in history, it's time to see what Bungie did next.
  • This most iconic of gaming characters nestles his capacious behind back into the familiar hot leather of his favourite go kart. This is Mario Kart, returning once again in what is arguably the best instalment yet.
  • With the month long festival of football about to kick off, why not have a go yourself with one of the finalists? After all it’s the only way that England are going to win the tournament.
  • The team behind the Lego games must surely be in need of a holiday because here, hot on the heels of the Lego Movie Game and all the other Lego games, is yet another Lego game. This time you jump into the varying sized shoes of Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf and a group of dwarves.
  • It’s time to duck into the shadows, steal what you can and try not to be spotted. Easier said than done.
  • When you are the smallest thing on the battlefield you may wish that you were one of the biggest, but then you need to be careful what you wish for.
  • If ever there was going to be a game that would cause controversy then it would have to be a South Park one. Having played it, I would have to say that this is one for South Park fans only.
  • Anyone who has ever heard me talk about games and games of films will know that I generally avoid them more than a plague of plague-ridden things with a long stick for poking barges. However, when it comes to Lego games that isn’t the case.