Archive for August, 2011

Posted by James Ireland 1 COMMENT

James Ireland brings us the latest simulator creation from Condo Media and Astragon. Is it much fun at the port putting containers on ships? Well probably not but does the game actually work and keep enough variation to continue the interest after the initial hour or two of play? Find out.

Categories: PC Reviews
Posted by Craig Baker 2 COMMENTS

It’s been over ten years since the release of the original Deus Ex game launched for the PC and ever since then its fans have been craving a sequel deserving of carrying the brand name. A piss poor attempt was made with the follow up game titled Invisible War. Now here we are and its [...]

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Ever wanted to play a modern iteration of Spy Hunter but with a futuristic twist? Then you’ve come to the right place. Haiku Interactive have done just the thing but at a scintilating 80 microsoft points.  

Categories: Xbox Indie Games
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RC Heliocopter sim games are a few and far between, to be honest the last one we played was back on the Playstation One. Cranking in at only 80 Microsoft Points, PixelBit’s Helicopter Challenge brings excellent value for a game that contains a couple of hours of entertainment, but is it any good? Watch the [...]

Categories: Xbox Indie Games
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Pixelbit Snooker & Pool, a budget game on Xbox Indie Games for 240 Micosoft Points but is the game actually any good? Well, why not watch the video review and find out?

Categories: Xbox Indie Games
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Last year Toy Solders came onto the Xbox Live Arcade scene with its unique blend of tower defense and third person shooter gameplay. The first game took place during World War I against the evil German army. This time around in Toy Soldiers: Cold War we are given a “what if” scenario. As in what [...]

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WIN 2X COPIES OF DEMOLITION COMPANY GOLD EDITION! This years blockbuster simulator game scoring an impressive 82/100 on landed this month and it landed with rubble all over the place. To celebrate the launch and the excellent review score, we are giving you a chance to win Demolition Simulator: Gold Edition, two copies in [...]

Categories: Competitions, Feature
Posted by Craig Baker 3 COMMENTS

As part of the Summer of Arcade tradition, Microsoft typically waits for this time to push out their best Arcade games for the year. So far this year they have delivered upon that tradition with Bastion and From Dust. Releasing this week is a game I have been excited to play since the first time [...]

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