Our Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension Review takes on all aspects of the game: from its gorgeous graphics to its sometimes too easy difficulty. This is a game that kids will love and parents will be able to tolerate. Find out more in our full review.
Phineas and Ferb need your help to get back to their own dimension. Along the way you’ll invent amazing gadgets and weapons, hang out with your favorite characters from the show, and even pick up a trophy or two.
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.
The 3rd birthday is the 3rd installment of the Parasite Eve series, however it falls a bit short for fans who enjoy the classics. Being a basic shooter type game, it has its fun moments but with a totally different feel for the series.
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.
Patapon 3 continues the saga of the popular rhythm/strategy series. The third entry in the Patapon franchise features the same gameplay as its predecessors, a darker visual style, and a stronger emphasis on multiplayer.
The 3rd Birthday is an upcoming action RPG for the PSP that continues the story of Aya Brea. This spin-off to Square Enix’s Parasite Eve series will feature gunplay, special powers, and the ability to take control of other characters’ bodies.
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.
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…
Dead or Alive Paradise is the PSP spin-off of the Dead or Alive Xtreme series that has traditionally found a home on Microsoft’s Xbox consoles. It brings the same scantily-clad women, beach volleyball, and casino games the franchise is known for, but ultimately provides a shallow experience.