Paul Bishop

In a land far away, there are two kingdoms that need no excuse to fight; whether it is predicting the weather or expressing opinions about cooking, these two nations can’t agree on anything except fighting each other, because they are not very bright. Happy Wars is a brand new free-to-play XBLA title that aims to lure people with cartoony graphics and fun siege castle-on-castle multiplayer. Just because the game is free doesn’t mean it warrants your time, so is the game worth downloading? READ MORE

The 1980 classic arcade game Warlords has been updated several times over the years. Released initially in cabinet and table arcade formats, this game is designed to be played by up to four people. You play as a warlord who must successfully defend their castle from dragon fireballs, enemy Snoots and the random Black Knight attack. Luckily, you have your own Snoots who repair walls, capture bonus nodes and attack other castles as you command. READ MORE

The PlayStation Move suffers from a dearth of party games, especially ones designed for the whole family. Along comes the PSN exclusive Lights, Camera, Party!, which wants to fix that by bringing fast-paced family fun using the Move in ways it has not been used before. READ MORE

Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends takes the proud history of Ferrari and places control directly into your hands, as you compete in hundreds of events spread over 36 circuits. While this is a no-brainer for the Ferrari enthusiast, the question remains if the game will overcome this niche appeal and be something for the hardcore racing players. READ MORE

Available now on PSN: Wheels of Destruction, an arcade car combat game that features fast play, deadly cars and interesting layered environments. But is that enough to get your engine revving?

Rather than tell a story or delve into why exactly this post-apocalyptic world is the way it is, WoD goes right for the action by getting you into matches. READ MORE