Review / Video Review

Scribblenauts Unlimited WiiU – Video Review

Scribblenauts Unlimited WiiU – Video Review

Style over substance. That is a phrase that can be associated with a lot of games especially this generation; Final Fantasy XIII, No More Heroes and Asura’s Wrath are three that instantly spring to mind. Unfortunately Scribblenauts Unlimited is another game that you can toss onto that ever growing pile. It’... Read More »

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Blair Witch: Rustin Parr

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Blair Witch: Rustin Parr

Welcome to the last episode of the Pantry of Horror for 2013. Today, we’re going to take a look at a older title based on a seminal horror movie – The Blair Witch Project. In addition to an ill-advised second movie, there was a set of three games released exploring the bigger mythology of the Blair Witch. W... Read More »

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Year Walk

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Year Walk

Welcome again, horror fans! This week’s Pantry of Horror goes fully mobile – as we take a look at Simogo’s Year Walk that was released earlier this year. And we got mirrored capture from an iOS device, so if it goes weird, sorry about that! The game is available right here for the princely sum of £2.4... Read More »

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Top 5 Indie Horror Games

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Top 5 Indie Horror Games

Hello again, horror fans! Today, we’re going to take a look at five indie horror games. 2SPOOKY4U. Lone Survivor can be found in it’s original form on Steam, or the Directors Cut is available on the PlaystationStore Cry Of Fear is totally free, and will run on pretty much anything. It’s on Steam. Home... Read More »

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Resident Evil & Silent Hill

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Resident Evil & Silent Hill

This week in the Pantry, we’re defrosting two of the biggest horror franchises in recent years – Resident Evil and Silent Hill. How CHILLING. Be sure to catch up on our previous episodes, such as the ghoulish Outlast and the terrifying Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. . Filmed/Edited: David Martin Read More »

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Amnesia A Machine for Pigs

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Amnesia A Machine for Pigs

Welcome back, girls and ghouls! The Pantry Of Horror offers up another tasty morsel for your optical and aural senses, and on the menu today is Amnesia A Machine for Pigs. Is it terrifying? Will it chill your soul? Will it make you want to eat bacon afterwards? Well, hit play below, and find out for yourself… Amn... Read More »

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Outlast

David’s Pantry Of Horror – Outlast

I hope you are sitting UN-comfortably, dear viewer, as you are about to embark on the a journey… to the Pantry of Horror. Today’s special is Outlast, from developer Red Barrels, and is on Steam right now. Join us next time for a look at Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs. But until then… Sweet Dreams. . Film... Read More »

Killer Is Dead Video Review – Discount Dave’s Suda51 Warehouse

Killer Is Dead Video Review – Discount Dave’s Suda51 Warehouse

Come on down to the Discount Dave’s Suda51 Warehouse! We give you the first look at our latest stock, such as Killer Is Dead! But don’t just watch this video, read our write up here! . Filmed/Edited: David Martin Read More »

Saints Row IV – Video Review

Saints Row IV – Video Review

There’s something beautifully majestic about disarming a nuclear warhead as it hurdles into the sky, while ‘I don’t want to miss a thing’ by Aerosmith plays in the background. The thing is, this is just the tip of the glorious lunacy that occurs in Saints Row IV. Due to the original ‘Enter the Dominatrix’ conception of... Read More »

TheIndieJar: Teleglitch: Die More Edition – Video Review

TheIndieJar: Teleglitch: Die More Edition – Video Review

Teleglitch is back back back, with the brand spanking new “Die More Edition”. And Die More you will. You can pick up Teleglitch: Die More Edition from Steam right here. Website: Diemore.Teleglitch.com | Filmed/Edited: David Martin Read More »

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing – Video Preview

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing – Video Preview

David always wished he was the hero and never the sidekick. Now, with Neocore’s upcoming game, he can finally get a taste of slayin’ monsters and demons with having a sweet sidekick of his very own. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing is due out on Steam on the 22nd May, and is also planned to XBox Liv... Read More »

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – Joey’s Journey: Part 1

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – Joey’s Journey: Part 1

As Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate hits the WiiU shelves in most high street and virtual stores today, Joey has taken it upon himself to document his travels and experiences during his first ever look at a game in the series. With the help of the Monster Hunter community in his past article he will endeavour to learn everyth... Read More »

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance – Video Review

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance – Video Review

It’s been a long road for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, with the project originally being announced in 2009 under a different name and to be set in a completely different time frame. Kojima Productions found that they couldn’t pull it off and canned their project, but in 2011 it was announced Platinum Games – f... Read More »

Super Amazing Wagon Adventure – Video Review

Super Amazing Wagon Adventure – Video Review

The Xbox Live Indie channel can throw out some wonderfully crazy little titles. Super Amazing Wagon Adventure is one such game. Read More »

SSX Video Review

SSX Video Review

SSX took a lot of gambles with the decisions it made – it’s tough for an old game to come back after so long and be fresh while giving veterans what they want. They paid off though; the old boys like myself are well catered for even to the extent where we have a controller option for the classic face button... Read More »

UFC Undisputed 3 Video Review

UFC Undisputed 3 Video Review

Regardless of your interest in the sport there’s no denying that UFC Undisputed 3 is a solid fighting game. The character models are spot on and when coupled with the theatre of a main event you could, at times, be forgiven for forgetting your playing a game. Saying that, on the rare occasion a camera angle during one ... Read More »