Game ‘n’ Match wants to help you decide what to play next

Game ‘n’ Match wants to help you decide what to play next

Mar 20, 2013

  There’s a new kid in town. He’s got some pretty crazy ideas, and he’s still a bit green around the gills; but dagnabit, it seems like maybe he’s on to something. The kid in question goes by the name of gamenmatch.com, and he’s gonna do his best to tell you about the games you never knew you wanted to play. We’re not...

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories – Hidden Gems review

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories – Hidden Gems review

Nov 28, 2012

Format: Wii (version reviewed), PSP, PS2 Unleashed: Out now Publisher: Konami Developer: Climax Studios Players: 1 Site: http://www.konami.com/games/shsm/ If you know Shattered Memories only by reputation, you may well have heard it described as a remake of the first game, and instantly dismissed it as such. Don’t. It dumps 95% of the original’s...

Resistance: Burning Skies: review

Resistance: Burning Skies: review

Jun 25, 2012

Format: Vita Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Developer: Nihilistic Software Players: 1 (campaign), 2-8 (multiplayer) Site: http://uk.playstation.com/resistancebs/ Let’s get to the crunch; the controls in general are excellent. Aiming, moving, zooming all feels very natural. It’s comfortable, and no cramp develops....

Grumpy Gurevitz: What is it like to live with a PS Vita?

Grumpy Gurevitz: What is it like to live with a PS Vita?

Mar 25, 2012

The web has been full of Vita reviews. The vast majority arrived before the device’s release so lacked real world testing with full launch titles, PSP backwards compatibility testing and experience of network services. I’ve been living with my PS Vita since launch and it’s become my constant travelling companion, so I have more than adjusted to...

Grumpy Gurevitz: 2011, the year hardcore gaming fought back!

Grumpy Gurevitz: 2011, the year hardcore gaming fought back!

Jan 2, 2012

It’s been a year of worry for the traditional gamer. Whilst gaming might seem to be an ever growing past-time, some of the traditional elements which make up the industry have seemed fragile. Publishers have been busy shutting down traditional developers, especially those famed for 3D racers, but beyond too. We have seen shops such as Gamestop starting to...