It might get a bit lost within itself at times, but ultimately provides a really fun and fantastic way to spend a few hours munching on popcorn.
Infamous brings the fun of wielding unique powers to an open world city and looks gorgeous. It’s good, but it feels like it could have offered more.
Shadow Fall takes the Killzone franchise into the next generation with a pretty, but painfully generic shooter experience.
Ip Man is a master piece within its genre, if you’ve never really been exposed to Kung Fu cinema, this is a good place to start. If you’re a veteran, order the Blu-Ray.
A ‘based on actual events’ dark humour/crime drama on steroids, Pain and Gain has a solid foundation in its plot and is well paired with Director Michael Bay’s over the top directorial style.
A good sequel, with more good looking people (and an old lady) in a more challenging game with much more at stake. If you liked the first film you cannot miss this.
While Desktop Dungeons may boast its ability to give you a quick dash of fun, beware… because minutes very quickly turn into hours.
Move over Hollywood. If it’s a real children-in-a-battle-to-the-death experience that you are looking for, you have to look elsewhere, and Japan is more than happy to serve it up like their sushi… cold and raw.
Metro: Last Light combines the best parts of stealth and action to take you into an intriguing post-apocalyptic Russian setting that feels part Half-Life and part Fallout… and that can’t be so bad.
The experience that Gravity brings is incredibly tense, visual and sometimes even borders on being ‘artsy’. If anything, it’s unique.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a return to form for the franchise and one that will have you quickly remembering why you loved playing them all along.