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Anarchy: Rush Hour Review

Anarchy: Rush HourDespite a dated look and some jarring performance issues, Anarchy: Rush Hour provides a ton of content at a reasonable price and some cheesy, over-the-top fun. For $7.99 you are getting a full-fledged open world arcade racer that takes queues from series like Need for Speed, Burnout and Midnight Club

Anarchy: Rush Hour is a port of the 2007 PC game Streets of Moscow. You play as Max, a street racer from St. Petersburg forced into the seedy underworld in an attempt to recover his kidnapped girlfriend, as well as a valuble experimental rocket engine. Read More...

Age of Zombies Quick Review

Age of Zombies LogoThis dual stick-style shooter puts you in the shoes of a machismo and foul-mouthed hero named Barry Steakfries as he travels through time trying to destroy zombie hordes unleashed by the evil Professor Brains. 

Age of Zombies features a great audiovisual presentation and a fun weapon and multiplier system. Players will blast through zombies in five different ages—Prehistoric, The 1930’s, Ancient Egypt, Feudal Japan and The Future—complete with themed art, music and sound effects. Read More…

Sudoku Review

Sudoku for PSP minis LogoSudoku lovers have a new way to play their favourite game on the go. Sudoku for PSP minis is a very polished version of the popular puzzle game which will likely draw you into its peaceful atmosphere. The game also innovates by allowing users to create, edit or solve any Sudoku puzzle using the convenience of a digital platform.

Unlike most handheld versions released in recent years which make use of touch controls, Sudoku for PSP minis manages to get by without feeling awkward. Players simply use the d-pad and face buttons to select spaces on the Sudoku board and the numbers they want to insert, for a straightforward game play experience. Read More...

Tetris Review

Tetris for PSP minis LogoTetris makes its way back to a PlayStation system as part of the PSP minis series. This version from EA features 12 different variants to unlock and play in addition to the classic marathon, many of which are all-new. However, a distinct lack of personality and multiplayer features hold it back compared to recent Tetris games on other platforms.

Control can make or break a Tetris game and thankfully the PSP minis version is tight and responsive. The spin mechanic has been tweaked here to provide a more classic feeling compared to Tetris Splash or Tetris Party, all but eliminating the “infinite spin” that plagued some recent versions of  the seminal puzzle game from Russia. Read More…