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Alien Breed 3: Descent Review

Alien Breed 3: Descent Review

Alien Breed 3: Descent is the last installment in the Alien Breed series.  You don't have to play the previous ones to enjoy this game, but with the little story there is in the game it would help t... Read More

Kinect Joy Ride Review

Kinect Joy Ride Review

I sometimes wonder who decided that motion controls were the way forward for our modern generation of consoles. Some titles manage to get away with it but, generally speaking, you always wind up looki... Read More

Kinectimals Review

Kinectimals Review

Just on account of the Nintendogs franchise not being successful and annoying enough, Microsoft has deemed it plausible to play the copycat game (excuse the pun) by releasing Kinectimals for their new... Read More

Crazy Taxi Review

Crazy Taxi Review

With the original Crazy Taxi being such a big hit on the Sega Dreamcast Console back in the year 2000, many people including myself where stoked about the news that the game was coming to the Xbox Liv... Read More

The Shoot Review

The Shoot Review

The Shoot is an out and out rail shooter with a few variations and I am glad to report that albeit a few issues, the game provides a satisfying experience for any gamer who loves motion control based ... Read More

Start the Party Review

Start the Party Review

Those of you who read my reviews regularly will be well acquainted with my tendency to reminisce on ghosts of gaming past. It is thus that I begin to dwell in my memories once more as Start the Party ... Read More

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Review

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Review

Because every Assassin's Creed game has to end with a cliffhanger we are graced this winter tide with the latest instalment in Ubisoft's open world stealth 'em up franchise. Brotherhood adds new moves... Read More

Gran Turismo 5 Review

Gran Turismo 5 Review

Gran Turismo 5, a game that has seen a mammoth development time of 5 years and innumerable delays has finally hit the D-Day. When I started playing the game I was more nervous than excited since being... Read More

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Review

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Review

Imagine that you're a Spider-Man fan, and a gamer. You know better than anyone else that out of all the superhero licenses, Spider-Man and video games go together like cookies and milk. You've grabbed... Read More

Kinect Sports Review

Kinect Sports Review

Sports compilations are well designed for the motion control paradigm. With a wealth of games already invented for you to digitize, it is an easy way to demonstrate the versatility of your motion cont... Read More

Sonic Free Riders Review

Sonic Free Riders Review

I'm generally sceptical of kid-friendly racing games (aside from Mario Kart of course.) I'm also very cynical when it comes to newer Sonic games. My apprehension toward motion controls also precedes m... Read More

The Fight: Lights Out Review

The Fight: Lights Out Review

The thought of a fighting game using motion controls is nothing new and it was thus with a sense of familiarity that I popped The Fight: Lights Out into my PS3. As the game goes through the usual mand... Read More

Fighters Uncaged Review

Fighters Uncaged Review

It is a common misconception that violent people get their rage out through fighting games. If this were a reality though, Fighters Uncaged would be the Citizen Kane of rage releasing gaming. The idea... Read More

Dead Nation Review

Dead Nation Review

Dead Nation is a new benchmark for zombie based games. Developed by the talented developers at Housemarque, the team behind super hits like Super Stardust HD and Gold Tee it Up, have produced a game w... Read More

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Review

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Review

Ninja Theory is back again with another action adventure game, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West. As you all know the fact that Ninja Theory are the people who developed one of the finest and earliest gam... Read More

Sports Champions Review

Sports Champions Review

The moment I saw the shiny globe that crowns Sony's new move controller, I just knew that it was begging to be brandished like a sword. Sports Champions has scratched this particular itch of mine and ... Read More

Your Shape: Fitness Evolved Review

Your Shape: Fitness Evolved Review

Until Microsoft's new Kinect hardware settles into the market, we are going to be seeing the same gaming archetypes we saw on the Wii many years ago being replicated. It is with this in mind that I em... Read More

Kung Fu Rider Review

Kung Fu Rider Review

I'm generally one of those kind of guys who gets on very well with Japanese culture. I've watched my fair share of anime over the years, and have always found the quirky sense of humour rather charmin... Read More

Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 Review

Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 Review

The Fifa game from EA and the PES game from Konami are the two soccer game franchises that have been going head to head for over a decade.  In my opinion Fifa was always the favored game when it ... Read More

Motionsports: Play for Real Review

Motionsports: Play for Real Review

Just as every musician needs an instrument and every actor a stage, every motion controller endowed platform requires the usual collection of sports games. Often it is the official first party variant... Read More

NBA Jam Review

NBA Jam Review

I remember a long time ago when the original NBA Jame was released over 15 years ago and it was the bomb.  Between flaming basketballs and playing as Bill Clinton it was just a lot of fun.  If you l... Read More

Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition Review

Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition Review

We all had our Warhammer phase back when we were kids but I never quite crossed over into Blood Bowl, Games Workshop's exreme sports board game. It was thus that I installed Blood Bowl: Legendary Edit... Read More

Apache: Air Assault Review

Apache: Air Assault Review

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="505"] Incoming Apache[/caption] Apache: Air Assault is one of those game that fly under the radar when released, no pun intended.  But the title of the ga... Read More

N3-II Review

N3-II Review

This sequel to the first Ninety-Nine Nights was developed by Q Entertainment & Feel Plus and published by Konami.  Just like its predecessor, N3-II is a Hack 'N Slash in its purest form, but what... Read More

Call of Duty: Black Ops Review

Call of Duty: Black Ops Review

Not very often we do multiple reviews here at GamingBolt, but considering the scale of the game, we had no option but to review Black Ops, not once but thrice by our review editors. The final score th... Read More

Sonic Colours Review

Sonic Colours Review

It was only a few weeks ago I was sat in this very same chair with my head in my hands lamenting the missed opportunity that was Sonic the Hedgehog 4. My head has once again been lifted as I have had ... Read More

OK! Puzzle Stars Review

OK! Puzzle Stars Review

Now I've never been the head editor for a publication as big as OK! Magazine but, if I was, I certainly doubt that my job would entail doing crossword puzzles and sudoku. OK! Puzzle stars has little o... Read More

Castlevania: Lords of the Shadow Review

Castlevania: Lords of the Shadow Review

Castlevania: Lords of the Shadow tells the player the tale of a lover who can go to any depths to reach his love. The player takes the role of Garbriel, a member of Brotherhood who is stuck in a fight... Read More

James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review

James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review

James Bond has been in a lot of films and books, most have which have been well worth while. Sadly 007's track record on the gaming scene is less than stellar by comparison. Blood Stone is the second ... Read More

EA Sports MMA Review

EA Sports MMA Review

UFC Undisputed introduced the gaming public to the sporting phenomenon that is mixed martial arts – dubbed the fastest growing sport in the world. With the official UFC title now in its second year,... Read More