All texts by Mikael Sundberg
"Art's Dream has been developed within Dreams using the same tools as the players are given, and it's phenomenal."
"For a newcomer to the VR scene, it's a great game to get started with."
"At its core, it's an okay party platformer, but the limited number of levels makes the game feel stagnant after a while."
"For the impatient or mature gamer, it's perhaps not one that you'll enjoy for very long, but it works significantly better as a game aimed at kids."
"Shenmue 3 certainly doesn't feel limited by its budget, rather it's lifted by the developer's will to keep to the ambition of its predecessors."
Don't ask what Dreams can do for you, ask what you can do in Dreams.
"Ghost Giant is full of charm, character, and joie de vivre (if you'd pardon our French)."
Blizzard have burned their Azeroth to the ground, only to build a new world from the ashes. Mikael Sundberg has said farewell to the old, but welcomes all the new.
Tecmo Koei looks to challenge the third person steroid junkie genre with Quantum Theory, but do they have what it takes to dethrone Gears of War?
Kratos is back in our pockets to give us more details of his bloody tale. Mikael has walked the path of violence and death on his PSP...
A Western developer gets to remake a classic Japanese game series, this time in a completely new genre. Mikael has made New York a bit less safe in his giant robot...
Mirror's Edge hits iPhone and iPod Touch and Mikael has been jumping on rooftops once again...
Capcom brings their Japanese hit Sengoku Basara to Europe and Mikael has been swinging his ten feet sword all week long.
Zombies and trolls, werewolves and vampires beware - the original monster slayer is back! Mikael has taken a dive into a proper restart of Konami's classic series...
Mikael feels like Tom Cruise as he jumps up and down in his couch fighting off evil separatists in the latest Tom Clancy title. Bombs away!
Mikael has played a super-traditional, yet amazingly well-made Japanese roleplaying game that includes a brilliant multiplayer-mode. If you live in the right place...
Enter a dark, dystopic world where you've gambled away your life a long time ago. Demon's Souls is the roleplaying game more exciting and terrifying than most horror games.
Square Enix and Cavia deliver an action RPG that reminds us of Devil May Cry, The Legend of Zelda, Shadow of the Colossus and Ikaruga. Surely it has to rock!
The arch-demon is dead, the world is saved and everybody is happy and satisfied. But not for long, of course.
Square Enix invite us to take part in hectic battles featuring a bunch of great characters. But is this really a welcome evolution?
Mikael has played this Japanese roleplaying epic that breaks a few traditions - both online and offline.
One more Dynasty Warriors title and this time it's a PSP port...
The rain has fallen heavy on Mikael's head the last month, and now he is ready to tell you exactly what it felt like...
Jetpacks are great, but is Dark Void the jetpack driven game we've been waiting for?
Frozenbyte's downloadable gem has reached Playstation Network and here comes the review...
The usual licensed piece of crap or something worth a closer look?