• Review: Cart Life

    As far as Retail Simulators go, Cart Life is a fascinating game to play. In this monochrome indie game you play as one of three characters, managing and running a simple stall selling a variety of items ranging from newspapers to bagels. Each character has specific strengths and weaknesses...
  • Review: Bioshock: Infinite

    Bioshock: Infinite lifts the Bioshock franchise from the depths of the ocean to the heights of the skies, as the floating city of Columbia presents itself as your next playground. The player takes on the role of Booker DeWitt, tasked with rescuing ‘the girl’, Elizabeth, from the grasps of...
  • Review: Dead Space 3

    Isaac Clarke, the friendly neighbourhood engineer  who slices monsters in half and finds himself in the most unfortunate situations, is back again in the new instalment of the Dead Space series. Dead Space 3 continues the traditional 3rd person action/horror/survival genre familiar to the series, and is darker, more...
  • Review: Tomb Raider

    She’s back and she’s better than ever, and this time she looks like she’s dressed herself, rather than by a male game developer. Tomb Raider is the origin story of beloved heroine Lara Croft, who first hit our screens in 1996. Shipwrecked on the dangerous island of Yamatai, home...
  • Review: Antichamber

    “Antichamber is a mind-bending psychological exploration game where nothing can be taken for granted.”  Alexander Bruce, the creator and mastermind behind Antichamber  has created his own world which you will visit and attempt to escape from. You might even discover something about yourself, as your common sense and preconceptions...
  • Counter-Stricken

    It started just like any other day. I was casually breezing through Steam (kind of like a Tesco for gaming) looking for any hot deals. Then I saw it. A little bundle of joy containing Garry’s Mod (which I’m not going to go into here) and Counter-Strike: Source (which I am...
  • Review: LEGO Lord of the Rings

    There once was a time when Lego was just a lot of little plastic bricks that you played with as a child. However recently Lego has spread its blocky tendrils into gaming, characterised by its very light hearted and often slap stick humour which has made their games different...