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As an episodic series, Sonic 4’s taken a two-year breather - but Episode II is finally here. Did Sonic Team capture the same sophomore magic of Sonic 2, or did they fail to learn any lessons from the feedback on Episode I?
Soulcalibur V is here, and it's definitely a step in a different direction than the last few games. Want to know how? Keep reading...
Sound Shapes is a quirky game blending music and platforming into a bite-sized package. We think its unique style and powerful level editor will make music to your ears...
Spec Ops: The Line is an unforgettable experience, but not for any of the reasons you'd expect. Though it's packed with white-knuckle action and awesome set piece battles in remarkable locations, the gameplay has nothing to do with any of that. No, the reason you'll carry Spec Ops with you for the rest of your life is because of what it says about you not as a gamer, but as a person, and it doesn't have good things to say...
In a world where the majority of mainstream video games hold your hand like some sort of coddling grandmother, Spelunker HD comes as a much-needed kick in the right testicle for the gaming community. To put it in simpler (and much more coherent) words, this game is incredibly difficult and it hates you. A lot. Let’s get one thing straight before this review actually begins: Spelunker HD is a game for retro-platforming fans that like their difficulty curves akin to self-flagellation. If you aren’t in that camp, then you might as well ignore all the nice things we’re about to say because you won’t find yourself very welcome at the Spelunker HD party...
For years there have been good to great Spider-Man games that were based on sources diverse as movies, TV shows, and alternate universe comics. Still, over the last few years it seems like Spidey has been spinning his wheels more than his webs. 2010’s Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions was a clever idea, as you jumped across universes playing as four different Spider-Men, but four Spideys didn’t add up to more than the sum of its parts. Now its pseudo-sequel Spider-Man: Edge of Time is here with half the dimensions as it focuses on the current Peter Parker and his counterpart in the far-flung 2099 trying to save the future one paradox at a time...
This is it. The game that will convince you of PlayStation Move’s real potential. Yes, it’s a sports mini-game compilation comprising a bunch of unconnected motion-controlled events, but to pass it off as Wii Sports HD would be like saying that BioShock is just Doom with better graphics. The fidelity and depth of control on show here really is that impressive.
When a much-loved series gets a long-awaited sequel a generation after its last entry, one of two things happens. We either revel in the glorious return of an old friend, or we slink off with a bad taste in our mouths after watching an old friend pole-axed in the face. Click on, and I will explain which applies to SSX. And why there's just nothing else like it out there.
Find out how the third-person shooter movie tie-in stands up. Get our impressions on Kirk and Spock's co-op-centric adventure in our full review...
It’s late, our hands are sore, and we just can’t come to grips with how this story keeps ending. For 20 minutes, we’ve been fighting a losing battle. Trying to navigate our little remote-controlled space ship through a myriad of stars, enemies, and poison-spiked obstacles has become a desperate challenge. The first 10 minutes, our brain couldn’t wrap itself around just what to do or where to go; however, the path to take became evident after a dozen deaths and a few lucky bounces. The next 10 shifted to just making it happen; the slightest miscalculation causes our hapless ship to meet an instant, fiery demise. We’re so close now we can taste it – if only we could make that one last turn...