All texts by Thomas Blichfeldt Gamereactor Denmark
"Trine 2 expands on all the qualities that were there in the first game, and adds more creativity and co-operative fun."
"It may be due to his mild manners, his round shape or his pink complexion, but Kirby is something of a platforming guinea pig."
"It may not be the rebirth of Spyro old timers were hoping for, but it's a brave new direction that actually works."
"There should remain no doubts that Ready at Dawn are true wizards when it comes to pushing the PSP hardware"
"Implementation of Kinect is at times both daring and sometimes remarkable. The game takes a few confident steps in the right direction, but stumbles all too often."
"It's a game that captures the racing spirit, and gives the right amount of feedback. Rarely has it felt so rewarding to master a corner or pull off an overtake."
"While neither game can claim to be as unique and spectacular as when they were first published there's a magic to both that is still seldom seen today."
"A couple of small improvements doesn't help hide the fact that this is a shooter that lacks ideas with the Harry Potter brand tacked on."
"A labyrinth of blinking flat-screens, old storage rooms where pigs are hanging side-by-side with human corpses. At those times F.E.A.R. 3 seems like everything we hoped for."
"It's quite obvious that Codemasters have wanted to make a game that on all accounts beats the rest of the genre, and that's something that they've partially succeeded with..."
War is coming to America as THQ attempts to challenge the likes of Battlefield and Call of Duty with a shooter of their own - Homefront.
"Beyond Good & Evil has been celebrated since it was released back in 2003, and it's one of the best examples of a game that never was able to sell as many copies as it deserved."
"There's so much I like about Marvel vs Capcom 3... I love the chaos, the fighting system and the graphics - at the same time I hate how unbalanced it can be."
What could be a more natural fit for a new Lego game than Pirates of the Caribbean? Thomas Blichfeldt takes a closer look...
Thomas Blichfeldt grabbed his arcade stick and sat down with Arc System Works' Blazblue: Continuum Shift.
Yuji Naka, the co-creator of Sonic the Hedgehog, returns in Ivy the Kiwi? for Wii and Nintendo DS.
Many have given up on Sega's trusted mascot by now, but there is still hope and it comes in the shape of Wisps in Sonic Colours.
Activision and Eurocom are trying to bring back the magic from Rare's Nintendo 64 classic on the Nintendo Wii with Goldeneye 007.