Review: Sonic Colours

Sonic has had quite a rough past few years for most people. While games like Sonic Unleashed gave a big breath of fresh air for fans, bringing back what they grew up with, add-ons like the Werehog were very much frowned upon for most people. Sonic Colours seems to be a case of deja-vu, but for most fans, good deja-vu of the Sonic stages of Sonic Unleashed. But does it live up to the unexpected hype?

Article Submitted by Marcus Lywood (@MLGamer185).

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Review: Mega Jump

There is a game on the iOS systems many people will have heard of called Doodle Jump and is famed to be really addictive. But that’s not what this review is about, it’s actually about another similar game called Mega Jump and in my opinion is much more addictive.

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Review: Sonic the Hedgehog 4. Episode 1.

Sonic the Hedgehog. The blue blur means different things to different people depending on your age group these days. For the older generation it means 2D side-scrolling fun, but the current generation of kids growing into gamers are learning about a different Sonic. One which has been thrown into multiple different gimmicks and been criticised by those who grew up with the original MegaDrive games. Now SEGA has tried to fix the gimmicky Sonic and reborn him as he used to be. Let’s see how it turned out. (Note: This review uses the iOS version as it’s reference and as such is a review of the version available for the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad NOT the other platforms)

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Review: Angry Birds

Angry Birds is the smash hit game developed by Rovio. Is it a worthy game to spend you money on though? Time to check out this App Store #1 in all it’s glory.

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Review: Battle Bears

I thought I’d do something a bit different today. This is a review of a game for the iPod Touch/iPhone, and, as the title suggests, is titled Battle Bears. Nothing left for me to say here, so let’s get into this review! *Note: I won’t structure this like a normal review, with story sections etc., as that would be rather hard to do with a normal review* Read more of this post

Mini-Review: Guitar Hero and Rock Band (iOS)

We now have multiple Music Games on the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. But do the 2 console Music Game giants make a great transition to the iOS software? The answer? Well I’ll let you decide yourself by comparing features they both have. Read more of this post

Review: de Blob

Made by Bluetongue and released back in 2008 was a charming and colourful game called de Blob on the Wii and the Apple App Store. It’s been a while,  so is it worth a pick up? (Please note this review is of the Wii version)

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