Blacklight: Tango Down Q&A

We love shooting people, here at Critical Gamer. Er, in games that is. So when the intriguing Blacklight: Tango Down appeared on our radar, we tracked down Zombie Studios’ Lead Game Designer Jared Gerritzen so we could hit him with our question shotgun. Unfortunately one shot missed, taking out the lights; it was so dark, Gerritzen dropped the orange fizzy...

Final Fantasy XIII: review

Final Fantasy XIII: review

Mar 26, 2010

Format: Xbox 360 (version reviewed), PS3 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Square Enix Developer: Square Enix Players: 1 Site: www.finalfantasy13game.com If you’re not a patient person, you may as well write off Final Fantasy XIII right now. Square’s latest is an unfinished experiment, and the players are the unwitting guinea pigs. The game...

Journalistic Heroes

Through the last 20-odd years, we, the gamers, have grown a fondness for not just internet celebrities, but also gaming celebrities. Developers mostly, but I’m sure someone out in the great beyond celebrates the successes of pro gamers, much to their fellow gamers chagrin. From the early days of game media, it wasn’t out of the norm for a magazine to...

Grumpy Gurevitz: Auch Aye the Noo

I was on holiday recently, visiting family in Glasgow. A lovely place with lovely responsible people. Whilst there, we had a day in town to look at some shops and keep my wee one occupied (we had already done Loch Lomond and the transport museum).As one does, we went into a shopping centre and low and behold we were in a store, which also happened to include a...

Dungeon Explorer: review

Format: PSN (version reviewed), PSP, DS Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Hudson Developer: Hudson Soft Players: 1 (2-4 Ad-Hoc) Site: http://www.risingstargames.com/games/dungeon-explorer-psp-psp.html PSN has seen a rise in games trying to make comebacks. Here we have a digital download re-release of the 2008 RPG Dungeon Explorer. Isn’t it fun when a...