All texts by Jonas Elfving Gamereactor Sweden
Gamereactor went behind the closed doors at Fatshark as we followed its latest game from initial concept to its worldwide reveal.
Make sure your gaming schedule has room over for the old Martini downing double zero this fall. He deserves your time and attention.
"Fans of club music are bound to be pleased with the 40 or so tracks sporting Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Missy Elliot and Britney Spears."
"Excuse my lack lacklustre rambling, but this is how I feel about Kinect Sports Season 2 - uninvolved."
"Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One is a true quality entry into the competitive world of co-operative games."
"This is a game that's captured the mood and world from the original, but not the gameplay..yet so far that's looking to be a good decision."
"Why are we excited? One simple fact: three months before release, the game's finished. The studio is simply spending the time until launch polishing it to perfection."
Author and former SAS operative Andy McNab has joined forced with Battlefield developers DICE. Gamereactor met with him to discuss Battlefield 3 and realism.
"This turns into a rather extended and frankly rather awesome fight, but as is often the case with albums where the first track is usually the best one"
"A screen covered with health bars, points, upgrades, health kits and the constant rattle of numbers indicating the damage you do"
"A lukewarm campaign with some annoying flaws and a good (but currently somewhat bug infested) multiplayer mode is what we're getting."
"Die-hard platform fans might prefer the challenges in for example Donkey Kong Country Returns, but Kirby's Epic Yarn is never boring."
There are sports games, and then there are sports games starring Mario and his friends. Special attacks galore!
Brink is set for release early in 2011 and Gamereactor's Jonas Elfving phoned up senior designer Ed Stern to chat about Brink and The Ark...
Tron is getting a new life in the cinemas and with that comes a games from developer Propaganda Games. Is it a typical uninspired licensed product or something actually worth your time?
Nintendo's hairy mascot Donkey Kong returns in a 2D-platformer of the highest order. Jonas Elfving has bounced around, eating bananas - and then he played Donkey Kong Country Returns!
A thief and his monster go where the wild things are in this fantasy adventure from Namco Bandai. Find out whether the budding friendship between man and beast survives our review.
We've seen L.A. Noire's Cole Phelps work his magic in a case involving the death of a young actress. Read on for our first look impressions...
Harmonix take a break from guitars and drums and take on the dance genre with the innovative Dance Central. Is it groovy enough?
The game that's bundled with Kinect is a collection of mini-games where you go river rafting and avoid beams...
Four cute cats on a tropical island need someone to play with them and teach them new tricks. Jonas jumped on the assignment...
Jonas Elfving has gripped the wheel, ehum, thin air as he hits the tracks in Big Park's Kinect Joy Ride.
"Rock Band 3 is more or less perfect - and definitely a milestone for the genre."
A challenging piece of meat doesn't sound very tasty, but tasty is just what Team Meat's juicy platformer is.
Monkey and Trip journey west in Ninja Theory's latest title. Jonas Elfving has guided the unlikely duo through a beautiful landscape.
Dead Rising 2 has just reached store shelves and we had the chance to sit down with Capcom's Keiji Inafune to discuss zombies in general and Dead Rising in particular...
Neversoft is saying good bye to the Guitar Hero-franchise with a final game, returning to their rocking roots with distorted guitars and some changes to the gameplay. Rock or roll on?
Our music game expert Jonas Elfving travelled to Boston to hang out with Harmonix, and try the new instruments and game modes.
Can Playstation Move's extensive collection of sporting activities truly be a Wii Sports beater? Or will it reduce us to a sweaty and disappointed heap? Our review is here...
What would you do if the Chinese triad was trying to chase you down? Hop on an office chair and ride for dear life, what else?
In And Yet it Moves you are the one doing the spinning, and you have to master your spinning in order to progress through platform levels...
Defence towers, robots, and moneyballs. Jonas has thrown himself head first into the gladiator games of the future.