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Tokyo Jungle offers an intriguing premise: when humanity is wiped out, and only animals survive, how can they thrive in contemporary Tokyo? Sony Japan's downloadable action game explores this idea. But is it fun to pit a Pomeranian against lions? Read our review...
The latest iteration of the Ghost Recon series brings back tactical, squad based action, puts a huge emphasis on co-op, and adds complex weapons customization. Find out what we thought of the futuristic shooter in our review…
One of gaming's original treasure hunters gets her an origin story reboot. How does Lara Croft's latest adventure fare? Find out in our review...
The Transformers return in the direct sequel to High Moon Studio’s Transformers: War for Cybertron. Read our full impressions of the game in our review…
It’s amazing, but true – Trash Panic has the same maddeningly addictive qualities as Tetris. The concept is simple, there’s a bin on screen and objects are dropped or ‘smashed’ from above into it. The junk piles up and you need to keep smashing bikes into TVs and chairs into boats in order to crumple it down and so leave space above for more trash.
Finnish developers Frozenbyte pride themselves on originality, but Trine prompts obvious comparisons with LittleBigPlanet. Both are scrolling platformers with physics-based puzzles – even Trine’s voice-over is reminiscent of Stephen Fry’s musings. Playing alone, you’ll need to cycle through the three character classes, using their special abilities to get through the levels.
Given that Trinity Universe is the offspring of three acclaimed JRPG developers (and indeed, features characters from Disgaea and Atelier Iris), you’d expect greater things...
If you’re a fan of Omega Force’s Dynasty Warriors franchise, then it’s likely you’ve caught wind of their most recent game: Trinity: Souls of Zill O’ll. While the developer is well known for essentially releasing nothing but games of the hack o’ slash o’ variety, Trinity mixes things up by adding RPG elements to all of the hacking and slashing. Sadly, the twist in formula doesn’t play to the studio’s strengths and only succeeds in creating an incredibly poor man’s Dynasty Warriors with a cast of characters that are somehow less engaging...
There are a lot of things that Tron: Evolution tries to be. For one, it really wants to be a Prince of Persia-style adventure through the Tron universe that bridges the gap between the beloved 1982 film and its upcoming sequel. It also wants to be an updated version of the classic Light Cycle sequence from the film and seemingly every other Flash game in existence. As you may have surmised from our introduction, it doesn't quite live up to the expectations it lays out for itself...
Sweet Tooth and company are back in another ultraviolent reboot of the series that redefined car-combat as we know it. Is this just an old-school revival, or is there enough going on under the hood to keep things fresh and interesting?
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