The Art of Rocksteady’s Batman: book review

The Art of Rocksteady’s Batman: book review

Jul 22, 2015

The Art of Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City & Arkham Knight Daniel Wallace and Rocksteady Studios Published by Abrams £25 Book provided by the publisher Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy may be finished, but it’s not going away any time soon. Not only is there a season pass for Arkham Knight (which costs as much as – or more...

Resident Evil Revelations: Official Complete Works – book review

Resident Evil Revelations: Official Complete Works – book review

Jul 14, 2015

Book provided by the publisher You’ve got to feel sorry for the artists and designers that put untold hours into their craft for horror games. Especially those that design the enemies, and especially those that design the enemies in Resident Evil games. Why? Because when a monster appears in such a game, the average reaction is not “Why, I must admire...

Meet your games machine’s new best friend, Prif

Meet your games machine’s new best friend, Prif

Jul 8, 2015

Have you been with Critical Gamer long enough to remember Steven Gurevitz? He gave lots of quality writing in his time with us but, a little over two years ago, he left to join the clan of Gioteck. Even though he moved on from there this year, we’ll happily assert that Gioteck make some great products, and you should totally consider them for your next...

Yoshi’s Wooly World: review

Yoshi’s Wooly World: review

Jul 6, 2015

Format: Wii U Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Good-Feel Players: 1-2 (offline only) Site: https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Wii-U/Yoshi-s-Woolly-World-892537.html Game code provided by the publisher Yoshi’s Wooly World is very Nintendo. It’s a 2D platformer, very bright and colourful, and irrepressibly cute. It’s...

An album you’re SUPPOSED to download for free

An album you’re SUPPOSED to download for free

Jul 1, 2015

What’s your music genre of choice? Dance, heavy metal, dubstep, trip hop, blues, classical, hillbilly salsa? We made that last one up (we think), but there’s one genre that surely unites the world in praise: “Free”. And there’s an album that fits into this genre nicely, thank you very much, featuring original music from a collection of...