I wasn’t particularly impressed by his year’s E3. Perhaps it was the lack of surprises, perhaps it was the constant franchise additions and the over abundance of crap I honestly couldn’t care about, but after the conferences I largely resigned myself to disappointment and cynicism. But then I started hearing more about Mortal Kombat X. Read More »
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Scribblenauts always struck me as a game too clever by half. Sure, it had some interesting new ideas and a loveable art style, but poor mechanics that didn’t feel fully formed dragged the package down. Developers 5th Cell may have just changed all that with Scribblenauts Unlimited – gaming’s greatest psychotic Litmus test. Read More »
Traveller’s Tales have pumped out so many Lego video games in the last few years that you’d be forgiven for missing one or two. Somehow, I’ve missed all 14. It doesn’t make sense when you consider that, as a child, I spent hours sitting on the floor building and destroying Lego towns like a sweaty-handed prepubescent Godzilla. So when the chief here at DC offered me a chance to review Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, I jumped at it and then glided around the room, arms outstretched, with my Superman cape on. Read More »