Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark Review

With Michael Bay’s newest Transformers film out in theaters, it’s predictable for Activision to release a new game to coincide with it. This time however, High Moon Studios, developers of the successful War for Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron, aren’t … Continue reading 

Shovel Knight Review

After various delays, Yacht Club Game’s ode to 8-bit games Shovel Knight is finally here, bringing classic gameplay and gorgeous old-school visuals to gamers itching for a challenge. Was the long wait a waste of time, or is this loving … Continue reading 

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

With Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 drawing crowds into movie theaters, Activision and Beenox wanted to do the same with their video game tie-in, aiming to expand on the movie’s plot while providing players a good time as Marvel’s web … Continue reading 

Child of Light Review

With UbiArt Framework already powering the gorgeously animated Rayman games, it’s hard to believe that Ubisoft could top the superb visuals in those titles. And yet with Child of Light, Ubisoft Montreal has done it again, creating a game that … Continue reading 

Lego The Hobbit Review

With Lego The Lord of the Rings covering the main trilogy of J.R.R Tolkien books and Peter Jackson’s fantastic films, it’s only natural that the new trilogy based on The Hobbit gets the video game treatment as well. With Lego … Continue reading 

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Review

Donkey Kong’s last adventure wasn’t too long ago with Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D for the 3DS. It was a solid platformer that brought back the difficulty that the series is known for while keeping it at a handheld scale. And yet … Continue reading 

The Lego Movie Videogame Review

Another year, another Lego game. Yet, for the first time in a long while, it’s a Lego game that’s not based on a third-party franchise (well, not completely, anyways). It’s a Lego game that’s actually based on normal Legos. I … Continue reading