Grease game launch trailer

Grease game launch trailer

Nov 7, 2011

The one that you (might) want is finally taking advantage of the latest motion detection gadgetry, as Grease the game is now available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The live action launch trailer above demonstrates all of the arm swinging, hip jigging gameplay that the Kinect and PlayStation Move systems have encouraged since their inception. Developed by Zoe...

Critical Talk Episode 2

Critical Talk Episode 2

Jun 25, 2011

The long-awaited sequel to Critical Talk is here! That’s right, Episode 2 of Critical Gamer’s very own podcast has arrived in all its glory, splendor, and other such exciting nouns. This time around you’ll hear Stephen, Matt, and Anthony jaw about the weird and mostly wonderful world of E3 2011. Listen in fascination as we discuss the...

Hands up (and down, left, and right) who wants to play Child of Eden today

Hands up (and down, left, and right) who wants to play Child of Eden today

Jun 9, 2011

Impressive as the Kinect tech is, the device isn’t exactly drowning in hardcore games. As a result, many core gamers are sitting on the fence when it comes to buying one; or often, they’re camped out so far on the side of not getting one, they can’t even see the fence. With the PS3 version delayed till September, could Ubisoft’s Child of...

Fantastic Pets: review

Fantastic Pets: review

Apr 25, 2011

Format: 360 (Kinect required) Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: THQ Developer: Blitz Games Studios Players: 1-2 Site: http://thq.com/uk/game/show/6724/Fantastic%20Pets%E2%84%A2 When a game waves around a name like ‘Fantastic Pets’ and is advertised as “the first augmented reality game on Kinect for Xbox 360”, it’s easy to dismiss it as an...

Yoostar 2: review

Yoostar 2: review

Mar 23, 2011

Format: 360 (version reviewed, Kinect required), PS3 (PlayStation Eye required) Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Yoostar Developer: Blitz Games Players: 1-2 Site: http://ys2.yoostar.com/#/home The concept is simple: stand in front of the camera, and watch yourself act in a movie clip of your choice. The two big questions though are does it work, and is it...