F1 for Mac Review

F1 has everything you could ever want in an F1 sim. It’s fully-featured, super sexy and reliably realistic. A simple no-brainer. However, what this review really caters for are those who are new ...

N.O.V.A 2 Review

If you have been following Gameloft for the past few years, you will know what to expect when they release yet another “original” game. And for those of you who don’t, that was sarcasm. N.O.V.A ...

Call of Duty 4 Review

Call of Duty surpasses itself in online play which is obviously its main asset, but it holds up a strong campaign fit to please any FPS fan. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s campaign follows the ...

9mm for Mac Review

9mm is Gameloft’s boldest and most aggressive game yet. With consistent swear words, bountiful drug references, and riddled with gritty gang culture, it follows a cop tasked with patrolling the ...

Jenga for Mac Review

In the case of my family, the little wooden Jenga blocks became just another obsolete play-thing, purely because no-one could be bothered to build up the Jenga tower. That’s where gaming has its ...

Machinarium for Mac Review

Machinarium game doesn’t deserve to be compared and contrasted with others. Machinarium is in a whole new league of its own and makes for an interesting and emotionally engaging experience, one ...

Limbo for Mac Review

Finally us Mac users can have all the eerie platforming, puzzle solving fun that their Microsoft brethren have experiencing for months. Was Limbo worth the wait? Well, let’s find out shall we? ...

Mafia II Director’s Cut for Mac Review

Men who aren’t afraid to kill for some extra dollars in their pocket, men whose mobster families mean more to them than their own. Whilst 2K Czech recreates a stunningly believable 1940s/50s ...

Jelly Defense for Mac Review

Infinite Dreams have once again proved that they can apply their resources and skills to a wide range of genres. The Polish game developer already have a wide palette of games under their belt, ...

Amnesia for Mac Review

As you peer round each dark, gloomy corner and gently open every creaking, splintered door, your evil, twisted subconscious is sitting gleefully in your brain, pulling all the right chords to ...