Starting off locked in a prison and branded with ’The Mark of Death’, Valhalla Knights 3... sets you off on the task of fulfilling whatever
It’s pretty sad when a retro-styled twin-stick shooter can barely maintain your interest after the first few levels. But that’s exactly the...
Just Dance... has managed to survive the yearly iteration very well. It single-handedly brought back the dance-genre without the need of those cumbersome
Taking place shortly after the events of Origins, the handheld outing of Batman in Batman: Arkham Origins - Blackgate... brings a new perspective
In concept, Disney Infinity... has a virtually unlimited array of possibilities. It’s idea of toy box fun is only chained down by the imaginations
It’s that time of the year again to pick up the rock and make it down the court for some classic NBA action. The reigning champion in the virtual NBA world is,...
Fk Digital and Arc System Works bring another beat-em-up to our consoles, and this one started off in Japanese arcades back in 2011. Known as Chaos Code, ...we’re
When Daedalic Entertainment first introduced us to the world of Deponia, it was little more than a series of humble towns and ruins set amidst endless piles...
It seems that my 3DS has seen me starting a couple of new virtual lives recently. Animal Crossing: New Leaf... was a prime example. Now, another of my all time favourite
Since the days of Nintendo DS, the Etrain Odyssey series has been quite a successful running series. Offering both challenging and rewarding combat, alongside...
While it’s only been a year since One Piece: Pirate Warriors... released, once again, it’s time to set sail with Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hats
Lone Survivor is as it has always been: every reluctant step is wearying, each faceless antagonist is unsettling, and the solitude forced upon you by Jasper...
Daedalic Entertainment has spent the past few years iterating their way towards a truly great point and click adventure and, whilst Memoria isn’t that...
Known for its penchant for creating games heavily influenced by storytelling, Quantic Dream has brought Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe on board to create a...
Coming from SCE Japan Studios, Rain is yet another delightfully unique game from the minds of Tokyo Jungle and Puppeteer ...and uses the power of
Running a little behind is nothing new here at TGH, but our Final Fantasy XIV... coverage has spanned across serious written logs, video blogs, and even personal
There was a moment in, about 7 or 8 hours in, Wind Waker HD that made me realise just how far games have come. After having explored the Great Sea for a fair few...
If you can, cast your mind back to a time before Worms existed. I know, it’s a hard to imagine, but such a time did exist. It was a time before you’d...
Life is like a hurricane. At least, in Duckburg, or so I’m told. Disney’s Duck Tales..., originally landed on the NES in ’89, before moving over to
Welcome to the second leg of our on-going Final Fantasy XIV... review! Part 1 (which you can catch up with here) detailed everything that you would experience
It’s that time again: time for pro football fans to satisfy their appetite for the game they love with a new Madden game. And this year, Madden 25... hopes
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