It's Mortal Kombat's shell but with Batman. And everything's better with Batman...
Uprising’s attraction is in its map design, and how it departs from the straight-faced bombast of the campaign and its original maps. But it's still pricey for what you actually get.
Throwing in a suplex or piledriver for good measure is just an amusing way to relive those pro-wrestling dreams of yesteryear.
Stupid fun, and a great game to play in local co-op.
Despite it's many flaws, BioShock Infinite might just be one of the most compelling games of this generation
Buggy, boring and strangely tame, this isn't worth anyone's time or money.
A lacking campaign is made up for by a fresh multiplayer take on the franchise.
Tomb Raider is not a brave game. Nor is it one that’ll likely live long in the memory, but while you’re walking in Lara’s muddy size fours, it is spellbinding.
Another usual wit-and-humourless jaunt through nonsensical plotting, dumb enemies, and prescribed action, with only glimpses of the series' potential.
Niggles keep Revengeance from reaching its full potential, but this is yet another satisfying effort from Platinum.