Retrospective #002: Fahrenheit/Indigo Prophecy Continuing on from the first in this series of retrospective looks at games from days gone by. Fahrenheit or Indigo Prohecy in North America is a game with filmic aspirations that becomes a milieu of poor mechanics and obstructive gameplay. Read on to find out more on a game you may have neglected.
Review of Noby Noby Boy for PS3 Noby Noby Boy is one of the most quirky games in modern gaming simply because the entire premise of the game is stretching Noby Noby Boy as far as he can go and venture into different planets.
Pixel Junk Monsters Review Is Pixel Junk Monsters the game for you? Being a cute little downloadable game on the Playstation 3, Monsters has gotten a lot of buzz for mixing simplicity with intricate strategy game play.
Kazuma Kiryu: A Guide To The Yakuza Series Protagonist Kazuma Kiryu is a beacon of heroism in an industry where being the victimised anti-hero is often seen as paramount to the story of any big budget title. Kazuma's altruism knows nearly no bounds and while that may be unrealistic, its makes Yakuza one hell of an experience, read on for more about Kaz.
Why Noby Noby Boy Is One of The Greatest Games of All Time Turning gaming tropes and fashionable developer cliches on their head, Noby Noby Boy represents a watershed moment for games as an expressive and interpretive medium. With such a diverse and randomised setting, the game becomes more than the sum of its parts, allowing for some relativistic art...
Yu-Gi-Oh GX The Beginning of Destiny Review for PS2 Yu-Gi-Oh GX The Beginning of Destiny is one of the few digital card battle games that try to recreate the original card duels with similar rules and play value. But, Beginning of Destiny fails to deliver the same excitement, courtesy of poor graphics and muddled up card management system.
Heavy Rain: Review Brighthub looks at Quantic Dream studios' latest. A high profile PS3 exclusive, Heavy Rain strives to perfect a method of interactive entertainment, the end result is a unique but niche experience.