Monthly Archives: November 2010

Call of Duty: Black Ops vs Modern Warfare 2

This comparison review is a follow on from my full review of Black Ops, and again focuses purely on the single player experience. After finishing Black Ops last week I returned to Modern Warfare 2 after a break of nearly … Continue reading

Call of Duty: Black Ops campaign mode review

I’ve just completed the Black Ops campaign mode and here’s a review of my experiences. This review focuses entirely on the single player aspect of the game as played on the Xbox 360. Black Ops is developed by Treyarch who … Continue reading

Limewire – if you strike me down…

That classic old line from Star Wars popped into my head as I read this week’s story about how a new unofficial LimeWire client called LimeWire Pirate Edition has been released to the public. The firm behind the official client … Continue reading

Software design matters #2: The Apollo 11 Moon landing

Kick-started by John F Kennedy’s legendary speech, the Apollo space programme was the incredible story of the efforts of over 400,000 people, all aligned towards achieving the goal of landing a man on the moon. We always remember the massive Saturn … Continue reading

R3PLAY – 6th November 2010

I attended R3PLAY today and had a great time. As well as all the pure fun that was to be had playing the games on a seriously impressive range of systems, it was the overall buzz of the show that … Continue reading

Xbox 360 Kinect

I’m starting to get worried about the Xbox 360. It’s a superb piece of kit but the Kinect – Microsoft’s attempt at motion control – seems too clever for its own good. And it’s starting to attract some criticism. Nintendo … Continue reading