Little Inferno – Review

Little Inferno – Review

I’m very much a fan of iOS gaming. The low production costs mean that developers aren’t shackled to souless genres such as first person shooters, driving games, or fucking hack and slashers, and can actually experiment. The low cost also means that gamers like me…

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel – Review

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel – Review

Can you name another gaming series where you could play a round of Rock, Paper, Scissors and slap each other on the arse before strolling into battle, and, after your victory, perform a bit of celebratory air guitar and fist bumping? I thought not. As…

Kickin’ In The Backseat

Kickin’ In The Backseat

Picture the scene: you go round to a friend’s house for a quiet night of videogames, and you spy a single-player game you haven’t yet had the pleasure of playing. Your friend ecstatically agrees, thrusts the controller into your hand, and lets you get on…

Luigi’s Mansion 2 – Review

Luigi’s Mansion 2 – Review

Though sales figures were poor for the fledgling console, time has been kind to the Gamecube, and despite just over twenty-million of them being sold, many of those who owned one look fondly upon it. With radical departures from the norm, the Gamecube saw a…