Catastrophe incoming! There’s a giant asteroid heading your way, a bit of it has already broken off and crushed the scientists who were supposed to be tracking it, and now nobody really gives a damn except you and your star-gazing granddad.
Joe Danger reminds us of a more innocent time. Whether it’s down to their good nature, or naïve business sense, Hello Games have packed this to its reasonably priced package. Nothing is held back for DLC and there’s no need for an improved sequel next year (unless you’re desperate to race online). You get stunt-riding and platforming, time-trials, minigames and a level-editor, making this one of the PSN’s best-value offerings yet...
When the cameras start rolling, people expect a show. Has Joe Danger 2: The Movie gone big enough to surpass its charming predecessor? Read our review to find out. Teaser: there are jetpacks...
Nov 21, 2007
We love this game. And by “love,” we mean wed love to take it out back and shoot it like the diseased farm animal it is. Its bad enough that the concept is ripped off from Harvest Moon; but the blatant advertisement for John Deere products of all shapes and sizes (seriously - a John Deere watering can?) leaves a bitter taste in the mouths of gamers who might have been looking for a “real” farming experience for whatever reason. We might be able to forgive
Real-time strategy games tend to follow a predictable pattern: build your HQ and support buildings, mine resources, gather an army and steamroll the enemy. If that's what you expect from an RTS, you won't find it in Joint Task Force. You don't build an HQ; you seize a vacant building. Need a runway for incoming supplies, troops and vehicles? Oust the local guerillas and hold it. No time to build elaborate defenses or amass an overwhelming force; the local thugs force you into action. It's
has left a wake of human destruction in his path. Bullying through a couple of
tacklers and sprinting toward the goal line, he appears superhuman. Several
opponents have tasted the dirt and grass of Eden Park, wondering exactly what
hit them. Meanwhile, the rest of his team, a mix of rugby union greats, is
trailing their superstar teammate as he puts the ball down to officially score
a try.At this moment in time, the Lomu
All Stars are destroying a solid, but in this case hapless, French side here in
the heart of New Zealand. It’s pure fantasy, of course – Lomu doesn’t play
anymore – but offers a glimpse into how brutal, fast, and decisive the game can
be when played on a high level. Just don’t ask the French to come back anytime
If you're a fan of Thatgamecompany's other PSN-exclusives such as Flow and Flower, you're likely anticipating Journey. We can assure you, based on our play time, that it's well worth the wait...
Style and attitude are two ingredients found in abundance throughout the first chapter of The Journey Down, a fresh HD reboot of a quirky freeware PC adventure that makes a comfortable transition to the touchscreen...
Joust is a lot like a game of chess. The basic idea can be explained very quickly, but mastering the technique required to pop evil buzzards out of the sky takes forever. As an ostrich-riding knight, all you have to do is fly around your one-screen domain and pounce on the other guys' heads. If they land on yours, you die instead.
That's it. No super weapons, no time-slowing devices, nothing. Just jam on the flight button to keep your wings flappin' and never let the buzzards, pterodactyls or
JU-ON manages to capture the film’s atmosphere admirably well, and as a result it’s nearly as frightening as the film. It’s broken into episodes, each telling a self-contained, mostly plotless tale about a hapless sap who’s being terrorised by ghosts.