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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Box ArtLEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes from Traveller's Tales and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment brings open world gameplay and a fully voice-acted story to the long-running LEGO series for the first time, giving it a much needed injection of freshness.

You can unlock and play as more than 40 DC Comics characters and there are hundreds of collectables to uncover, however the basic formula and engine are starting to show their age, which causes the game to become a bit of a slog and creates some needlessly frustrating gameplay moments. Read More...

Hole in the Wall Review

Hole in the Wall LogoBased on a popular TV game show, Hole in the Wall requires players to line up their on-screen silhouette with various shapes cut out of an approaching wall. This downloadable Kinect for Xbox 360 title is often frustrating because of sketchy controls, input lag and obtuse use of angles and 3D space. 

There are ten "shows" that make up Hole in the Wall, each with four rounds of eight holes. If you take too long and fail a hole you are given a strike. If you get three strikes in any given round you take a dip in the pool and the show ends, requiring you to restart the show from round one. Read More...

Fruit Ninja Kinect Review

Fruit Ninja Kinect ReviewFruit Ninja Kinect from Halfbrick Studios is a high energy game that has you slicing a veritable supermarket of fruit while challenging your dexterity and hand-eye coordination. This title features precise and accurate control that is among the best on Kinect, but suffers from calibration and usability issues inherent to the platform.

The premise of Fruit Ninja Kinect is simple: slice fruits lobbed from the bottom of the screen with virtual swords using your hands and/or feet to score points. Though a bit short on content, the game offers three single player modes, two local multiplayer modes for two players and an addictive challenge mode. Read More...

Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale Review

Dungeons and Dragons Daggerdale LogoDungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale is the latest in a long line of mediocre video games based on the classic pen and paper role playing franchise. This dungeon-crawling action RPG is weighed down by tedious, repetitive gameplay and a number of presentation problems.

The premise of Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale is that Rezlus, servant of Bane has taken over The Tower of the Void and plans to destroy the land of Daggerdale. The stories in this type of game don’t usually add much to the experience and this game is no different. Read More...