Game Reviews

Steve Boxer's Top 15 Games of 2015

Whether 2015 was a vintage year for video games is debatable, but one fact is beyond dispute: at the very least, it was an extremely good year for games

Nick Bown's Top 10 Games of 2015

This has been an interesting year for video games. We've had some great new games as well as reissues and remastered classics, and the developers have finally got to grips...



Mad Max review

Mad Max is a wonderful mix of stark, gritty survival adventure in an open world game



Blues and Bullets: Episode One review

There is something undeniably stylish about film noir. Perhaps it's the flawed hero, the beautiful women or the gritty, violent world in which the books and films are based? Gaming...



Payday 2: Crimewave review

Payday 2: Crimewave Edition is a good game but it is far too broken at the moment – until fixed, it's really not worth buying


Win Big Game merchandise

g src="/assets/files/Big-Game-merchandise-comp.jpg">To mark the release of Big Game – in UK cinemas now – starring Samuel L Jackson, we have THREE merchandise packs to give away.When Air Force One is hijacked by...



The Imitation Game review (Blu-ray)

>Director Tyldum maintains the bold, authoritative style he adopted for 2011's impressive Headhunters with this true-life tale of legendary codebreaker Alan Turing.


US Box Office Report

No new big releases means Mockingjay Part 1 is still top dog



Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel review (PS3)

>Sometimes it looks as if the video games release schedule consists entirely of sequels and spin offs.



Dragon Age Inquisition review (PS3)

>I honestly didn’t know what to expect when I started playing Dragon Age Inquisition. On one hand I have fond memories of Dragon Age: Origins, which remains one of the...