FlatOut 2 for Mac Review

Whether a beaten-up Banger is your thing, or maybe a classier, luxurious street car (beware though, it hurts a whole lot more when you get that paint scratched), FlatOut 2 has it all. Whereas ...

Review: Unstoppable Gorg for Mac

If I was in a developer meeting, brainstorming a new game idea and someone stood up and said ‘Hey, why don’t we make a tower-defence game about aliens invading earth’ I would have laughed in his ...

Pottery for Mac Review

One of the many advantages of gaming is that it can make unappealing and inaccessible hobbies much more appealing. Making pottery for instance. No you don’t need to do classes, wear dirty ...

Braid Review for Mac

From Doctor Who to Back to the Future, I absolutely love the concept of manipulating time. The countless possibilities that lay before you if you were able go back and forth, minute-by-minute ...

Review: The Darkness II for Mac

Just like the two very different forms of Jackie you play as – the one engulfed in The Darkness and the relatively human one – half of the game is there just to provide for some satisfyingly ...

Starfront: Collision Review

Before I start this review, I would like to point out that yes, I do understand that Starfront: Collision is a complete rip-off of Starcraft. I mean, c’mon even the names are similar. However, ...

Star Wars: Empire at War for Mac Review

When I first took a look at Empire at War, I was skeptical. Why? Because there was a chance that this game could have just been a quick re-hash of a generic real-time strategy formula with a Star ...

Fast Five for Mac Review

We have already seen what Gameloft can do when it comes to arcade racing titles. Whereas Asphalt was certainly more of an outrageously unrealistic, yet thrilling, arcade racing experience, you ...