Computer games reviews

Tuppence Magazine computer games reviews, looking at some of the best new releases, including console and handheld games, as well as mobile, iPhone, iPad and online computer games reviews.

Little Saw review

Little Saw review

Addictive platform games have been a bit on the few and far between side in terms of mobile gaming apps, so when you stumble across an indie title like Little Saw, you can’t help but be excited about the prospect. It’s an incredibly tough, but ultimately rewarding 2D side scrolling action tapper that will crucify(…)

FIFA 15 review

FIFA 15 review

The end of September 2014 saw the release of FIFA 15, Electronic Arts’ latest installment of football gaming excitement, and while we’ve been pretty vocal in terms of our frustration at some of its recent predecessors, we’re finding it difficult to criticise the 2014/15 season package quite as much. That’s not to say that it’s(…)

Destiny review

Destiny review

It’s not going to be easy to encapsulate the sheer unadulterated brilliance of Bungie’s sci-fi fantasy first person shooter, Destiny, but we’re going to give it a crack anyway to add our recommendation to the many out there already. It’s fast faced, relentless and brutal fun that genuinely leaves you physically affected after each ferocious(…)

Mario Kart 8 review

Mario Kart 8 review

With the genius of Mario Kart 7 still blistering our thumbs on the Nintendo 3DS we were a little unsure how much of an impact Mario Kart 8 on the Wii U could have on us. Admittedly, it’s been a few years since the hand held release, but it’s longevity is virtually unparalleled. The good(…)

Watch Dogs review

Watch Dogs review

Watch Dogs has been one of the most talked about games for a long time now, especially with the delay to its release date, but with the recent launch of the game, we finally got a chance to play it for ourselves in full. We genuinely expected it to be the kind of game that(…)

Mario Golf World Tour review

Mario Golf World Tour review

These days there’s more Super Mario action than ever and while Super Mario Kart 8 will be the big game of the summer on the Nintendo Wii U, the most important new release on the 3DS is Mario Golf World Tour, so here’s our review in all it’s Mario loving glory. There’s a lot packed(…)

Leo’s Fortune iOS review

Leo’s Fortune iOS review

The latest side-scrolling platform adventure to grace the iOS powered iPad and iPhone is a little known gem of a game called Leo’s Fortune, bringing a whole new, slightly random character to the computer games world. With a unique movement engine building off the genius of previous unique platform hits like Badland and Limbo, it’s(…)

Super Mario 3D World review

Super Mario 3D World review

Super Mario power-ups have been a big part of the fun of playing the games since the star and fire flower first appeared in 1985, but when we first heard about the cat suit in Super Mario 3D World we were a bit on the dubious side. However, now that we’ve had a chance to(…)

Titanfall review

Titanfall review

Strap yourself in because it just got all kinds of good. Titanfall has landed and from our sessions on the beta test version of the game, and now the full title following it’s release in the UK on the 14th March 2014, we know it’s a complete game changer. Graphically stunning and perfectly tuned in(…)

FIFA 14 next gen review

FIFA 14 next gen review

It’s hard to blame EA Games as such for everything that’s wrong with FIFA 14, but wherever the failings originate they don’t take anything away from the vast distance it manages to miss the mark by. It’s not that it’s unplayable as such or that it doesn’t instil a level of competition in the online(…)

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