Water Park Tycoon (PC)
A new direction for Tycoon games, or a watered down take on the formula?
Posted: 04.06.2014 09:23 by Michael Johnson | Comments: 1
1849 Gold Rush Sim (PC)
The popular wild west city-builder just got ported from mobile to PC, but how does it hold up?
Posted: 24.05.2014 19:03 by Rich Nolan | Comments: 1
Post Master (PC)
Finally, a postal service management simulation??! That's right!
Posted: 11.03.2014 08:55 by Richard Nolan | Comments: 1
This indie city-building effort is flawed but fascinating.
Posted: 27.02.2014 07:54 by Alex Donaldson | Comments: 11
Strike Vector (PC)
Posted: 13.02.2014 10:13 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
X Rebirth (PC)
Posted: 04.12.2013 14:12 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 9
Because game titles can never be too bland.
Posted: 08.10.2013 09:50 by Adam Tingle | Comments: 1
"I know it’s not any of my business, but you seemed to be on rather a lot of drugs the last time I saw you…"
Posted: 01.05.2013 09:36 by Kyri Patarou | Comments: 0
Cities in Motion 2 (PC)
Come on baby, do the Cities in Motion...
Posted: 17.04.2013 08:13 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 0
Strike Suit Zero (PC)
A genre reborn?
Posted: 28.01.2013 10:29 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 4
Rocksmith (Xbox360, PS3, PC)
An educational game... wait come back!
Posted: 26.10.2012 15:56 by Adam Tingle | Comments: 0
Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor (Xbox360)
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow meets Saving Private Ryan... In a game.
Posted: 28.06.2012 15:17 by Omar Khan | Comments: 1
Microsoft Flight (PC)
I believe I can fly...
Posted: 12.03.2012 15:25 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 2
Posted: 27.01.2012 15:38 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 4
Just Dance 3 (Xbox360, PS3)
Time to, jump on it...
Posted: 24.11.2011 16:01 by Nick Akerman | Comments: 0
Cities XL 2012 (PC)
Find out what's new in the latest instalment to the Cities XL franchise. Is it worthy of your time and money?
Posted: 28.10.2011 23:56 by Alex Donaldson | Comments: 2
Dance Central 2 (Xbox360)
The greatest dancer?
Posted: 19.10.2011 10:51 by Nick Akerman | Comments: 0
Can THQ's licensed fitness game turn you into a Fighter?
Posted: 13.07.2011 11:38 by Alex Donaldson | Comments: 0
It's not ground breaking, but there's enough fun here to span a generation...
Posted: 20.06.2011 10:09 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 2
Star Raiders (PS3, Xbox360, PC)
Posted: 03.06.2011 15:18 by Alan Williamson | Comments: 0
Wildlife Park 3 (PC)
Wildlife Park 1 and 2 were obviously so well received that people were begging for a follow-up. Manage a zoo and try not to get all the animals...
Posted: 05.05.2011 15:20 by Chris Capel | Comments: 16
Fantastic Pets (Xbox360)
Kinectimals for an even younger generation.
Posted: 04.05.2011 10:47 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Michael Jackson: The Experience (PS3, Xbox360)
Ooooh! A Michael Jackson game! Shamooone! etc
Posted: 27.04.2011 13:43 by Mike Rose | Comments: 0
The Sims Medieval (PC)
The Sims get Medieval in this very interesting addition to the franchise...
Posted: 04.04.2011 12:44 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 3
Cities in Motion (PC)
All Aboard The Simulation Train.
Posted: 18.02.2011 16:04 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 1
Dr. Kawashima's Body and Brain Exercises (Xbox360)
Is Your Body and Brain Your Temple?
Posted: 16.02.2011 16:06 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 0
Your Shape: Fitness Evolved (Xbox360)
Keeping fit, Kinect-style.
Posted: 23.11.2010 08:34 by Mike Rose | Comments: 0
I can haz Kinect kitties! We play with felines in Kinectimals...
Posted: 12.11.2010 10:19 by Mike Rose | Comments: 0
Can Late Night boogie into the early hours of the morning? Or is it a light-weight?
Posted: 10.11.2010 12:15 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 2
Dance Central (Xbox360)
We put our dancing shoes on and take Dance Central for a one-two-step.
Posted: 10.11.2010 07:28 by Mike Rose | Comments: 1
The Sims 3 (Xbox360, PS3)
Is the console version of EA's PC behemoth finally a worthwhile port?
Posted: 08.11.2010 13:12 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 0
Kinect is finally here. Correction: The future is here.
Posted: 04.11.2010 03:28 by Mike Rose | Comments: 3
Start the Party (PS3)
Get some friends around and bore them to death with Start the Party.
Posted: 02.11.2010 09:56 by Mike Rose | Comments: 0