Jet Set Radio is back. Sega has re-released the Dreamcast classic as a downloadable HD remake. Can you go back to Tokyo-to again? Read our review to find out...
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...
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...
Park: The Game is unlike anything we’ve ever played before. Calling it “Heavy
Rain with dinosaurs” is a disservice to both it and Heavy Rain – despite
relying on quick time events, it’s actually pretty far from Heavy Rain. A
closer approximation would be “Heavy Rain and Dragon’s Lair with dinosaurs,”
but even that is oversimplifying things. Instead, imagine this: you’re the
director of a Jurassic Park film, and you’re in control of all of the actors
and actresses. They’ll move when you tell them to and say what you want them
to, but it’s never going to go too far off the script, and you’re never in
complete control. You’re just directing whoever needs to be directed for that
scene to move forward, even if it means jumping between three to four different
characters at any given time.
the dinosaurs? They’re also a part of the movie, but they’re not going to
follow your orders, so you need to get your actors to act around them, or else, they’ll be eaten, crushed, dismembered, or disposed of in other
brutal ways. Failure means you blew the scene – cut! Set it up again, start over. Everyone back in your places. Action.
Just Dance 4 hits the dance floor once again. Find out in our review if the Kinect-enabled sequel has what it takes to be the life of the party...