Zack & Wiki is a bit like Marmite (European yeast spread) you either love it or hate it. But putting opinion aside, what does this game have to...
Posted: 12.02.2008 13:01 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
The Wii version of Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None makes use of some innovations with the Wii controller. Is anything else noteworthy?
Posted: 07.02.2008 10:00 by Andi Hamilton | Comments: 0
Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)
If there is any gaming franchise that can symbolize the industry as a whole, it would be Nintendo's Super Mario.
Posted: 28.11.2007 03:44 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
EA Playground (Wii)
Family-fun maybe, but this is no Mario Party and certainly not one to crack open at Christmas.
Posted: 22.11.2007 03:22 by Rob Rymond | Comments: 0
The Simpsons (Wii)
This is a game that will appeal a lot more to younger gamers and those of us who are die hard fans of the TV series.
Posted: 19.11.2007 08:10 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
The new features of the game are in no way able to make up for those left behind on its predecessor.
Posted: 02.08.2007 05:17 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
The game may have been built around a great bit of physics, but the developers didn't stop there.
Posted: 18.06.2007 12:47 by Andy Robertson | Comments: 0
Super Paper Mario (Wii)
The first Mario for the Wii, Super Paper Mario takes the easy route towards gaming on the console.
Posted: 14.06.2007 12:58 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
You may be pleasantly surprised with this Wii incarnation, which incorporates some engaging use of the Wii remote.
Posted: 05.03.2007 03:01 by Mike Harradence | Comments: 0