November2011

  • 12

    3DS

    Review Captain America: Super Soldier

    Captain Average

    Superhero fans invariably have very little to look forward to or shout about when it comes to video games. Whether it be down to either a lack of respect for the source material on the part of the developer or a rushed development cycle so that the games can meet strict deadlines and release alongside their film counterparts, comic...

July2011

  • 29

    Wii

    Review Captain America: Super Soldier

    Shield your eyes...

    There's been a fair amount of hyperbole thrown around for Captain America: Super Soldier in the gaming community, with many people making wild claims that SEGA has done for The First Avenger what Rocksteady did for The Dark Knight. While there are definite hints of Batman: Arkham Asylum in High Voltage's Wii outing for Cap', the title still falls far short of the title it..

April2011

  • 111

    Wii

    Review Conduit 2

    It'll take more than a new lick of paint to save this franchise

    When High Voltage Software first decided to enter the Wii first-person shooter space, competition wasn’t exactly something they really had to worry about. Sure, there had been a few half-hearted ports of popular franchises, but The Conduit was the first proper FPS developed...

July2010

  • 16

    Wii

    Review Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law

    Take the case! ...I think.

    If you're a Hanna-Barbera cartoon, job security should be the least of your worries – just as long as you don't mind your occupation's title changing a bit. In 2000, winged warrior Birdman saw a resurrection in the suit and tie of a third-rate attorney. Other characters from the low-budget animation house came along for...

  • 42

    Wii

    Review Tournament of Legends

    Decent, but not quite legendary

    We've seen quite a resurgence within the fighting game genre over the past few years, in terms of both 2D and 3D varieties. While flashy over-the-top special moves and an almost limitless arsenal of moves have become the staple of these titles, we are beginning to see a bit more innovation within the games, especially those released for the Wii console with its..

July2009

  • 80

    Wii

    Review The Conduit

    Does High Voltage's much touted FPS manage to live up to the hype?

    The Conduit has been hyped for quite a while. Announced over a year ago, the game saw delay after delay, did not get a publisher until late last year and suffered a few other minor problems. After all this time you'd expect the game to be fantastic, but is it really? The Wii doesn't...

January2009

  • 65

    WiiWare

    Review High Voltage Hot Rod Show

    Will this highly anticipated WiiWare racer take pole position, or will it merely drive us to distraction?

    High Voltage Hot Rod Show is all about taking control of large trucks and racing them against each other, which is all well and good. However, because of certain game design choices, the trucks themselves handle more like a cross between an R/C car and a skateboard. In real life, not too many..

June2008

  • 141

    WiiWare

    Review Gyrostarr

    Will you master the warp gate or lose it all in this technoplasma fuelled shooter?

    There has been no shortage of hype surrounding the release of High Voltage's new Tempest-style shooter Gyrostarr. The only problem with having that kind of hype is that the game ultimately has to attempt to live up to it. After complaints of Star Soldier R, the first...

May2008

  • 21

    WiiWare

    Review V.I.P. Casino: Blackjack

    Is success on the cards or is this game serving up a bum deal?

    Is the gamble worth it? That is a valid question when looking at what this game has to offer for the 700 points you'll be paying for it. As you can tell from the title alone, the only game featured here is the well-known Blackjack, and in that respect it may seem a bit bare-bones. But as with most games, it all depends on what you..