Q-Games latest release on the PSN gives the platform a breath of fresh air but it's certainly an unforgiving beast.
Even if you're a massive Hellboy fan we simply can't recommend you pick up The Science of Evil.
It's gorgeous, and an essential purchase for any fighting game fan who likes aggressive counters and weapon clashes, but it's no fighting game revolution.
With its slow frame rate it's nowhere near as polished as the Xbox 360 game, making this yet another port that hasn't been given enough care and attention.
The Incredible Hulk isn't terrible, but it falls into the same mediocre category as Iron Man. You'll get moments of fun simply from being Hulk, but this isn't enough to carry the whole game.
Beijing 2008 isn't doing anything all that new, but it's undeniably addictive. If you've got an urge to twiddle an analogue stick faster than any human knew was possible you can do a lot worse.
Ferrari Challenge is a solid racer backed up by strong presentation and some decent online multiplayer. If you've already picked out the interior of your dream Ferrari then it's time to buckle up, oth
For die-hard GH and Aerosmith fans it's a no-brainer, but everyone else might want to save their money for World Tour.
Worth the cash for the harmony duet mode alone.
Fans of this summer's movie will likely find a game they enjoy, but WALL.E is far from being an essential buy for kids.