The eagerly awaited co-op crime caper delivers a healthy dose of pilferous fun but, as Colm finds, it's not without its shortcomings.
Guacamelee! That's some good punnage. Guacamelee! is the third game from Drinkbox Studios, and Colm finds it only delightful.
In a world where most AAAs seem mortally afraid of spreading their wings, BioShock Infinite is an absolute wonder. Colm reviews.
Chase McCain and the rest of the Lego City PD attempt to take down an evil crimelord in a huge adventure. There's lots of driving, fighting, and detective-ing to be done as we get our hands on the Wii U exclusive.
Crysis 3 is a game that consistently seems as if it's setting itself up for something better, but it never quite delivers. Colm reviews.
The Wii U has landed, and purchasers of the premium pack will find a complimentary copy of Nintendo Land with which to toy around. Is it deserving of the nickname “Wii U Sports”? Well, yes and no. Read on.
Far Cry 3 suffers from the usual big-game-small-plot problem, but does that really matter a tap when its open-world options are so massive and immersive?
Jumping from church spires into 6 inches of hay, sticking daggers in necks and wearing hoodies... but this time, there's so much more to Assassin's Creed. Rú reviews.
As 343 Industries take the reins, can Halo 4 match the scope and success of its predecessors? With affectionate homage paid to everything that makes the Halo universe unique, we're going with "Yes".
Novelty animal masks and shotguns for everyone! Ciarán dons a cheap white suit, shades and boat shoes to investigate the latest in psychedelic, bone-snapping, exit-wounding indie violence.
In 2082, humanity has resorted to flailing arms about a virtual cockpit like an epileptic seal. Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor presents an experience far from perfect, but completely unlike anything else out there.
Zombies, pom-poms, paint, heavy metal, magic mushrooms, combine harvesters, report cards and rainbows all unite to prove that chainsaws are a girl’s best friend.
Jaw-dropping visuals, intense gameplay and a plot that'd blow over in a strong wind; Max Payne is back and running the gauntlet yet again to sate our terrible bloodlust. Hasn't that man suffered enough?