Review: Nintendo 3DS
Play MORE of what you want, when you want, with Nintendo’s new 3DS. It boasts a host of fantastic features that will enhance your gaming experience. It’s the perfect, portable gaming system to suit your lifestyle. *Note: This review is for the New Nintendo 3DS Nintendo’s latest version of... Read more
Review: Nintendo Wii
The name itself shows the company’s “off the beaten path” mentality to develop a console the likes of which has never been seen before – it’s a big gamble, but one thing is for sure, it’s unique and fun to play. This is the foundation of the Nintendo Wii.... Read more
Review: PlayStation 3
The PlayStation 3! Sony’s 3rd generation of their popular gaming console is here! But is it worth shelving your PS2 in favour of its successor? This iteration is definitely more powerful and because it’s the first gaming system to use a Blu-ray Disc format, you can expect a visual... Read more
Review: Rugby Challenge 3 – Springbok Edition – PS4
Scrum, ruck, maul, drop-kick and pass your way to victory. This is the highly-anticipated 3rd iteration in the Rugby Challenge series! This time it has a full SANZAR license, which means that you’ll be able to play official SupeRugby! Platform: PS4 Genre: Sports Game mode: Single match; Competition mode;... Read more
Review: XBOX ONE
Like a fine wine, the majority of consoles have gotten better with age; what we mean by this is the major firmware updates that allow for a far better user experience. With the release of the hotly anticipated PS4, Microsoft has to produce a bigger, better beast. At the... Read more
Review: Xbox 360
The Xbox 360 is Microsoft’s counter to Sony’s PS3 and opinions are still divided on which one reigns supreme, but it can be said that this is by no means a sub-par console – you’re going to be participating in top-notch entertainment. Right from the start, unlike its rival,... Read more
FIFA ’16 – Xbox One
It’s time to tear up the pitch and bamboozle your opposition with your skills across 78 stadiums! If you’ve always wished to be a football coach, you can now develop players into the next Messi or Ronaldo with the new Training Mode! Platform: Xbox One Genre: Sports Game mode:... Read more
Review: PlayStation 4
Sony prides itself on developing consoles that have the power to ensure that you don’t play a game, you experience it. The PS3 made a quantum leap in the “game” and if Sony wishes to top that, epic evolution is expected. Firstly, it’s important to note that just like... Read more
Review: WWE 2K16 – PS4
Beware of the Texas Rattlesnake! He can strike at any…stunner, stunner out of nowhere! WWE’s 2K16 gives you the ability to “stomp a mud hole in your opponents” as you follow the career of the legendary “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Platform: PS4 Genre: Professional wrestling, fighting, sports Game mode:... Read more
Review: LEGO: Avengers – PC
If you’re a lover of LEGO; a comic book fan and a Marvel movie enthusiast, then this is a no-brainer! It’s the game for you. It’s an open-world adventure thrill ride that boasts over 100 characters – prepare to be enthralled! Platform: PC Genre: Action-adventure Game mode: Single-player; multiplayer... Read more