Realtime World's much-touted APB arrives brandishing a concept so instantaneously appealing and uncomplicated that you'll probably be wondering why nobody has attempted anything comparable before. Although the game's development team (responsible for the peerless first Crackdown game and, lest we Read More →
Although Tiger Woods himself is (obviously) still at the forefront of proceedings this year, up-and-coming Irishman Rory McIlroy appears alongside him on the packaging of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11. It doesn't need to be stressed with any real muscle Read More →
With the exception of some of Nintendo's recent retro Mario throwbacks, the Lego series of games stand almost completely alone in the current marketplace. They simultaneously manage to enchant two completely disparate audiences; children of a disarmingly young age for Read More →
When's it out?
Suck is due to premiere on DVD and Blu-Ray this coming October.
Who's in it?
Rob Stefaniuk, Jessica Paré, Malcolm McDowell, Dave Foley, Henry Rollins, Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, Moby.
What's it about?
Suck Read More →
Although nowhere near enough people ever played it, Artificial Mind And Movement's previous game - the Grindhouse-themed PS3 and Xbox 360 shooter Wet - is more fully deserving of a critical reappraisal than any videogame since Free Radical's ignored (and Read More →