Take a lovely art style that wouldn’t look out of place in a book of children’s fairy-tales, combine with point and click adventuring, toss in some like turn-based combat and the result is The Girl of Glass: A Summer Bird’s Tale. On paper, those elements sounds like a fantastic mix. In reality, The Girl of Glass doesn’t manage to combine its ideas as well as they needed to be for it all to work smoothly.
Microsoft have announced that on November 15th 2011 they’ll be brining back one of the biggest names in gaming history, Halo: Combat Evolved. This new release for the game is set to be a remastered edition with new additions thrown into the mix. Here’s the bulletpoints: Stunningly remastered […]
Release Date: Out now! Developer: Uber Entertainment Publisher: Microsoft Singleplayer: Blitz can be played by one person. Splitscreen: yes, 2 player. Multiplayer: 2-12 PEGI: On paper Monday Night Combat faces a small problem, in sheer money for content terms it weighs in underweight with just 2 modes and few maps […]
Allow me to rid you of your fears, as it stands Assassins Creed: Brotherhood is not looking like an expansion pack posing as a fully fledged retail title, it’s a full blown game all by itself and now with the added fun of Multiplayer! yay! But let us […]
Anticipation is growing in the Xbox community for MStar Games latest masterpiece named Space Pirates from Tomorrow. This space trading and combat sim has over 9,000 galaxies to explore and an almost endless amount of quests to undertake. “All the hard work, sleepless nights, long days and hard choices […]