Review: Top Eleven 2015 (iOS)

Top Eleven is a bit like owning a pet, there’s reward in it for sure, but without your constant attention things can quickly go a bit pear-shaped. And that’s where the possible problem lies. Playing on iOS you can choose either iPhone or iPad simultaneously, which is helpful yet annoying.


Sponsored Video: FIFA 15

Now I’m a fully grown adult, I’m no longer able to rely on Father Christmas to be the bearer of wonderous gifts.

the Sims 4

Sponsored Video: The Sims 4

February 2000, the first ever Sims game is released onto an unsuspecting world. In less than two years it sells 11.3 million copies and becomes the worlds most successful video game, changing the simulation game forever and entering popular culture in the process.

Game Review: Teslagrad

When it comes to puzzle games, especially ones involving platforming, the ones I found to be the most enjoyable are ones with one consistent element, or mechanic.

Game Review: Freedom Planet

Game Review: Freedom Planet

I admit, I have a fondness for platformers, but there has always been something I’ve noticed; they’re either too easy that you can blaze through faster than Eric Pickles at an all-you-can-eat buffet, or so difficult that the chances of a rage induced aneurism are increased tenfold.

Games vs Movies [Infographic]

When it comes to the world of Entertainment the two big-hitters Movies and VideoGames are neck and neck. But which one comes out on top? Check out the infographic to find out.

EA SPORTS UFC's Gameplay Series, Bruce Lee

Sponsored Video: EA SPORTS UFC

Bruce Lee has to be THE most famous martial arts star of all-time. His US crossover movies including ‘Enter the Dragon’ and ‘The Big…

Game Review: Cloudbuilt

There are walls and platforms dotted all over the level, that upon first look, you’d think the team from 60 Minute Makeover got drunk and plastered walls everywhere.


Sponsored Video: Standby for Titanfall

When the Xbox One console was released late last year, despite the large choice of flagship games available from day one including Fifa, Call of Duty and Forza there was another game on the lips of many expectant gamers…

Game Review: Broken Age

Gameplay wise, as I said, it’s your usual point-and-click adventure game. Fans of games like Discworld 2 will recognise the mechanics. Every puzzle requires a particular item to progress, or a certain action to trigger a chain reaction.