WWII games: Where is the Holocaust?

WWII games: Where is the Holocaust?

Jan 17, 2011

There have been so many videogames set during the second world war, it’s quite likely that you’ve played at least one or two. Thanks to the painstaking attention to detail and hunger for historical accuracy, you may even have learned something new about the conflict without realising; the weapons used, the important battles fought, the dates of...

Battlefield Bad Company 2 – Vietnam: review

Battlefield Bad Company 2 – Vietnam: review

Jan 13, 2011

Format: PS3 (version reviewed), PC, Xbox 360 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: EA Developer: DICE Players: 1 (offline), 2-24 (online) Site: http://www.battlefieldbadcompany2.com/vietnam Battlefield Bad Company 2 was our favourite FPS of 2010. Its team based gameplay with destructible environments and wide variety of vehicles to commandeer was by far the best...

PSN Mini Round Up

PSN Mini Round Up

Jan 13, 2011

Format: PSN Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: various Developer: various Players: 1 Site: http://uk.playstation.com/ps3/games/ For those of you who still have a PSP, still use it and regularly connect to the PSN, we thought it might be nice to a do a general roundup of some of the Mini titles which have been released since the service began. For the uninitiated...

Video Games, The Media and Me

Video Games, The Media and Me

Jan 12, 2011

I’m in the mood for a bit of a moan and in the process I am likely to make a number of sweeping statements about games, gamers, the mainstream media, and the public in general and do not intend on offering any solutions. This is merely an act of catharsis. Already slightly annoyed? I know I certainly am. I consider myself tolerant and patient, relatively...

Blackwell Trilogy: review

Blackwell Trilogy: review

Jan 11, 2011

Format: PC Unleashed: Out now Publisher: Wadjet Eye Games Developer: Wadjet Eye Games Players: 1 Site: http://www.wadjeteyegames.com/bwbundle.htm As the gaming public happily rushes head first into the tedious and eye straining world of fully 3D, isn’t it nice to get nostalgic once in a while for genres you just don’t see enough of these...