Archive for January, 2011

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My Kingdom For The Princess 2. My Kingdom is a time management game for the iPad produced by Nevosoft. The game sets you as Prince Arthur who is stranded with his princess on a remote desert island after their hot air balloon crashes. The locals offer to lend you their last boat and in return [...]

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This week EA’s Visceral Games studio has released the long awaited sequel to the amazing 2008 release, Dead Space. The sequel already seems set to out sell the original which really isn’t that much of a surprise. The first game didn’t get much of a marketing campaign and not a lot was expected from it. [...]

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The XBLIG service seems very well suited to offer classic game styles at a low price, and Antipole takes advantage of that. At first glance it looks like just another 2D platformer, but generally sound level design and the addition of gravity manipulation help it stand out as a good game. Taking control of a [...]

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It’s so apt that I review this game on a day that happens to be so cold outside that I saw a dog get snapped off a lamp post and that when I put my trousers on the radiator to cool down an ice cube melted and farted. As much as I would like to [...]

Categories: Feature, iPhone Reviews
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If you ever needed anymore of an example to run a free or cut price promotion on a game you have developed then Cover Orange is the best example of it’s success. FDG Entertainment have pulled off a marketing masterstroke to put it’s exceptional physics puzzler Cover Orange into the spotlight. Now in the Top [...]

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Saving princesses seems to be a bit of a theme, ever since Nintendo coined the idea there have been a few games over the years that follow the same principle. What if we took that idea and dumped it on its head. What if you had to capture the princesses and feed them to a [...]

Categories: Feature, Xbox Indie Games
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I’m not a big fan of companies using sex to advertise video games. I think it is pretty immoral and degrading for woman themselves. It is then that The Charge uses that very concept for its box artwork. The Charge once booted up contains no sexual scenes at all, so a disappointment to those hormonal [...]

Categories: Feature, Xbox Indie Games
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If you are a hardcore video game player then you have probably already heard that The Guinness Book of Records has expanded into the world of video gaming thanks to little help from the guys at Twin Galaxies. The partnership thrust the new book series onto the market place around four years ago now and [...]

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Perhaps one of the oddest names I’ve heard for a game before, Dirchie Cart would be the game that I was next to check out. Why is Dirchie Cart? Well, it apparently means a word that is used when you cannot describe something. In essence Dirchie Cart really should have been called Cell Cart or [...]

Categories: Feature, Xbox Indie Games
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In a dimly lit and eerie venue in the heart of London, EA played host to the launch event for Dead Space 2 at The Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell, London. We were there and not only did we get to play the Multiplayer but we also got to play the first chapter of the [...]

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At the Dead Space 2 event last night we got an extensive look at the whole Dead Space brand. Starting off with Ian Milham the art director behind the game. Unfortunately due to embargo we were unable to show you video footage of the first chapter.

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It’s another avatar game, but it’s also made by Milkstone Studios so it is possible it won’t be shit. Well the end product of Avatar Ninja is a twitch based high score game that will end passing the night time wank because you need to rest your hands. Avatar Ninja is essentially a high-scoring QTE [...]

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