Sport & Auto
- About Future
- Digital Future
- Cookies Policy
- Terms & Conditions
- Investor Relations
- Contact Future
The Power Pad is back! Kinda. Okay, maybe the original NES peripheral was a bit overhyped and underwhelming, but in our opinion, its biggest downfall was people not using it correctly. You, in other words. How many of us actually beat Cheetah without ending up on our knees pounding the buttons with out hands? That’s right, we all cheated. But it doesn’t matter with Active Life: Outdoor Adventure, because the pad allows you to do just that, plus it uses the pad in conjunction with the Wii Remote for certain situations... just to keep you honest.
Why the upcoming tie-ins might actually do Tim Burton's film justice
Since inventing the survival-horror genre 16 years ago, the Alone in the Dark series has been defined mainly by creeping around in dimly lit corridors and hoping something didn't lurch out of the shadows to gnaw your face off. The creators of the new Alone in the Dark, however, want you to know that crawling through claustrophobic spaces won't be the focus this time around - and to hammer that point home, they'll literally tear those spaces
Spider-Man takes to the streets of New York and shows us his wall-crawling ways. Check inside for all of Spidey's high-flying acrobatics and a look at the Lizard in Amazing Spider-Man...
There’s nothing quite like Animal Crossing’s chilled-out, surprisingly addictive and potentially endless non-game gameplay. Having felt compelled to play the DS version, Wild World, almost every single day for the better part of three years, we can confirm that the only surefire way to break a chronic Animal Crossing habit is to take the cartridge on holiday and lose it.
Log in using Facebook to share comments, games, status update and other activity easily with your Facebook feed.