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By Simon Burns On 7 Nov, 2011 At 11:02 AM | Categorized As Android, Reviews, Xperia Play | With 1 Comment

There is one big elephant in the room regarding Order and Chaos Online. The elephants name is World of Warcraft, and Order and Chaos is Gamelofts attempt to recreate some of that MMO magic and shrink it to fit on a smartphone device. Do they succeed? For the most part, yes they do. It can […]


By Simon Burns On 25 Oct, 2011 At 04:29 PM | Categorized As Android, iPad | With 0 Comments

Gameloft have made a massive selection of their games available at a huge discount for a limited time. Set to coincide with Halloween, the sale is comprised of some of the most popular games from the Gameloft stable, and all the games are set at a price of 69p/$0.99 and we have handily put together […]


By Simon Burns On 22 Oct, 2011 At 02:16 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews, Xperia Play | With 0 Comments

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 is an exclusive title for Xperia Play, at least where Android is concerned, as it won’t be released for other Android devices until some unknown point in the future, much like Dead Space and the forthcoming FIFA 12. This shows that EA has a lot of faith in the fledgling […]


By Simon Burns On 22 Oct, 2011 At 11:35 AM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews, Xperia Play | With 0 Comments

Real Football, or Real Soccer depending on which side of the pond you live on, is Gameloft’s answer to FIFA and Pro Evolution. The Xperia Play has been treated with this updated version of the 2011 edition of the game. So, with the 2012 version seemingly just around the corner, can this late entry to […]


By Simon Burns On 12 Oct, 2011 At 12:45 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews, Xperia Play | With 0 Comments

Beat ’em ups are one of the obvious choices of genres that would seemingly benefit from using the Xperia Play’s pad and buttons, but can Spider-Man: Total Mayhem harness the new controls to give the game a new lease of life on the PlayStation Certified platform? Well, to answer as someone who played through this […]


By Simon Burns On 4 Oct, 2011 At 10:15 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews, Xperia Play | With 0 Comments

The physical controls of the Xperia Play offer up a whole world of opportunities for developers. They offer a precision of control that, when it comes to traditional action games a touchscreen alternative, however well done just cant compete with. One of the most interesting prospects is the idea of a platformer that harnesses these […]


By Simon Burns On 3 Oct, 2011 At 05:23 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews | With 0 Comments

There are a lot of options for the budding army commander in the Android Market. The problem is that most of the options are of the tower defence variety, but there are a few genuine RTS games available. Indeed, there are even several entrants in the Art of War series up for purchase at the […]


By Simon Burns On 28 Sep, 2011 At 12:44 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Well, this review has been a long time coming, as it was last year that we ran a preview of the Dvide Arts title. The game has finally arrived and we have been furiously questing through it to give you our verdict on the eagerly anticipated RPG title. Has it been worth the wait? The […]


By Simon Burns On 27 Sep, 2011 At 02:57 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews, Xperia Play | With 0 Comments

Ever since its inception, Minecraft has grown into a worldwide phenomenon, with a fan base of millions, and some truly extraordinary worlds and levels created, as a search on YouTube can show massive works such as a full-scale Starship Enterprise as well as a replica of the entire Earth that you can walk around in. […]


By Simon Burns On 26 Sep, 2011 At 11:35 AM | Categorized As Android, Featured, News, Xperia Play | With 0 Comments

We are pleased to announce that we will be covering apps and games for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. The worlds first PlayStation certified device, which has a D-pad, buttons and touch analogue sensors accessible via a slide out interface, is a big step forward for gaming on the go, so we felt it important […]


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