Tiny Brains: review

Tiny Brains: review

Jan 10, 2014

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), PS3, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: 505 Games Developer: Spearhead Games Players: 1-4 (offline and online) Site: http://www.spearheadgames.ca/projects/ Tiny Brains is a co-op puzzle game featuring a mad scientist who has created genetically modified life forms called the Tiny Brains, from a group of colourful rodents. This...

Splinter Cell Conviction: review

Format: Xbox 360 (version reviewed), PC Unleashed: Out Now (PC version out 30/04/10) Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Players: 1 – 2 Site: http://splintercell.us.ubi.com/conviction/ Brutality is something that a lot of games characters can be quite keen to show off in cut scenes, but when it comes down to gameplay the end result is often just a...

Splinter Cell: Conviction: demo impressions

Short and sweet. Not words that gamers like to associate with demos, but to be fair, they can’t all be like Darksiders and Just Cause 2. However short as it is though, the Splinter Cell: Conviction demo, just released on Xbox Live, makes up for it by being sweeter than 12 sugar packets liberally sprinkled over a slab of milk chocolate. We’ve seen the videos...

BRINK: Interview with Richard Ham and Edward Stern

BRINK turns out to be a lot more than just a regular shooter. The research behind the game – yes, there was research – turns out to actually be valid. Richard Ham and Edward Stern talk to Snezana about the actual scientific methods behind BRINK, the motivations behind the game, and about the game itself. Snezana: Tell us something more about BRINK. All we...