Typoman brings literal word play November 19th

Typoman brings literal word play November 19th

Nov 13, 2015

Sometimes – just sometimes – a game comes along that reminds you videogames can do things movies and books are incapable of. A game that takes a smart idea, and runs with it at full speed. A game that combines innovation with talent, and achieves greatness. Whether or not Typoman can hit that last part remains to be seen, but it seems to be hitting the...

Xenoblade Chronicles for cheap, X and Project Zero limited editions revealed

Xenoblade Chronicles for cheap, X and Project Zero limited editions revealed

Aug 5, 2015

Look upon the eShop, ye scalpers, and despair! First of all, howls of pain went up from eBay sellers the world over when Nintendo made Metroid Prime Trilogy available for download to your nearest Wii U console. Now, another out-of-print and highly desirable Wii game game is getting an eShop release; Xenoblade Chronicles is available to download right now. No...

Pazuru: review

Pazuru: review

Apr 2, 2015

Format: 3DS (eShop) Unleashed: Out now (EU), TBC (US) Publisher: Joindots Developer: Moragami Players: 1 Site: http://www.pazuru-game.com/ Game code provided by the publisher We all like surprises, right? Well, the nice sort of surprises, anyway. Thinking some lout dropped a dog poo in your shopping bag before realising that actually a delicious chocolate...

1912 Titanic Mystery: review

1912 Titanic Mystery: review

Mar 31, 2015

Format: 3DS/DS (DSiWare, version reviewed), PC Unleashed: Out now Publisher: Joindots Developer: Ocean Media Players: 1 Site: https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Nintendo-DSiWare/Titanic-Mystery-979465.html Game code provided by the publisher This is a hidden object game nowaitcomeback. Available for a while on PC, it’s now been released on DSiWare,...

Mighty Switch Force! 2: review

Mighty Switch Force! 2: review

Jun 26, 2013

Format: 3DS eShop Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: WayForward Developer: WayForward Players: 1 Site: http://www.wayforward.com/msf2 The first Mighty Switch Force! was a fast-paced, high-spirited 2D platformer with some crafty 3D effects and– great news– so is the sequel. Largely unchanged at heart, it would feel more comfortable as DLC rather than a...