mini games

Frantics Review

 Frantics is the latest party game entry for Sony’s Playlink and it is exactly what you would expect from a party game in the vein of a Mario Party - a combination of several mini-games that a group of friends could casually play together. However, unlike other titles, Frantics does not require any additional gaming peripherals to be able to play multiplayer.

Frantics Review

Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones Review

 Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones is an enjoyable and relaxing diversion to daily chores. No sudden deaths or time limits, just an involving mystery with plenty of ghost pirates.

Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones Review

How to Train Your Dragon 2

As far as licensed products go, you could do a lot worse then How to Train Your Dragon 2. There are good bones here, a nice foundation built on a satisfying flying mechanic, and some excellent work to capture the sights and sounds of the movie and its characters. It, like most other movie games, falls apart where that license meets the tight structure of a modern game under the strictures of a tight turn around. While you apparently can train a dragon, no amount of training can save this game from itself.

How to Train Your Dragon 2