Dear Esther: review

Dear Esther: review

Feb 23, 2012

Format: PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: thechineseroom & Robert Briscoe Developer: thechineseroom Players: 1 Site: http://dear-esther.com/ Playing Dear Esther is like walking through a poem. Every path is a verse, each step taken with slow thoughtfulness, until you arrive at a destination full of misunderstood meaning. There are no monsters to fight,...

OnLive: review

OnLive: review

Feb 22, 2012

Cloud gaming is a new technology that delivers games direct to you over your broadband connection without the need for an expensive console. As soon as you fire up OnLive you can hop straight into a game without the need to spend hours downloading software, as the game is streamed directly to your PC, tablet computer or smartphone. Critical Gamer got some...

PlayStation Vita hands-on: Glasgow 28 January 2012

PlayStation Vita hands-on: Glasgow 28 January 2012

Feb 22, 2012

The Nintendo 3DS suffered a lacklustre launch when it was released last year with poor sales following its release, and PlayStation Vita is following a similar path in Japan at the moment. Sony will be hoping that their powerful new handheld will do a lot better in western territories and it’s launch line-up is certainly aimed at Western tastes, with...

SSX demo on Xbox Live now

SSX demo on Xbox Live now

Feb 21, 2012

Xbox Live Gold account owners can now get a taste of the snow dusted and slightly mental slopes of SSX with a demo for the game that went live today. The demo is due to hit PSN sometime tomorrow. The demo includes two tutorials, four events and even a spot of skydiving. Players can also unlock Mac as a playable character when they send a demo invite to a friend...

No Tune Unturned: Grant Kirkhope

No Tune Unturned: Grant Kirkhope

Feb 20, 2012

I bid you welcome to this cacophony of words and musical notes! Before we plunge into the meat of the matter, however, a brief introduction is at hand. This brand new feature – an exclusive, never-before-seen, state-of-the-art feature, you should know – focuses on something that’s been outrageously important to me for years: videogame music. I...