I’ve spent the last week wracking my brain trying to think of an HTC Mozart recap; after all, two weeks isn’t a huge period of time. I’ve found my first impressions mostly match my feelings today. Let’s get into this,
Windows Phone 7 Xbox Live games are miniature-sized, so they get miniature-sized reviews. Say goodbye to ‘meh’ – features are either cool or shite. First up: Flowerz by Carbonated Games. The cool: Like many other games on WP7, Flowerz is
As my 100,000+ gamerscore can attest, I’m a fairly hardcore Xbox Live gamer. Imagine my delight when I was told I got to test out the Windows Phone 7, in-built with Live integration! I won’t lie to you; I made
Note: I have been given a HTC Mozart with Windows 7 Phone by Telstra free of charge to review. The comments expressed by me reflect my own user experience and personal opinion and are not made on behalf of Telstra.
I don’t have my HTC 7 Mozart yet, but I’ve already started thinking about apps I desperately need…or at least, equivalent apps to take their place. I bet other WP7 Social Reviewers are in the same boat, so let’s try to help each other out.
I moved the coffee table out of the way, made everyone else in the house leave, and drew the curtains for good measure – it was time to play Dance Central! Or, as I’d like to call it – “Try
The Nintendo has its Wii. Sony, Move. Now, it’s Microsoft’s turn to rollout motion-controlled gaming to its fanbase with Kinect. Unlike Wii or Move, Kinect doesn’t require a user to handle any controllers at all – its collection of motion-sensing
Just this week, a new season of NHL hockey has started, meaning it’s also time to get playing the latest edition in EA Sports’ ice hockey series, NHL 11. Good timing too, as I’m getting a bit sick of multiplayer
I have just spent two days of one week playing a single video game, and it’s all Captain Canada’s fault. To explain: the game? Halo: Reach. Captain Canada? That’s my customised version of Reach‘s protagonist, Noble Six. During the last
I grew up with the old-school 80s Transformers cartoon, but I am by no means a hardcore fan who demands fan-service. I’ve seen the new movies, shuddered at most bits, and decided to skip the game adaptations. From what I’ve
Now, let me put this out there, front and centre: I don’t like Grand Theft Auto. Open world games don’t really appeal to me as I view them as time sinks. As far as games from GTA developer Rockstar go,
Like Stephen King? Twin Peaks? If so, you’ll love Alan Wake – the game ITSELF even tells you that! Quite literally, the words “Stephen King” are the first you’ll hear in the game and they immediately set the tone of
A video game series that focuses on movie trivia: it’s a (Cool) Shite reader’s wet dream. Previously published by Microsoft on the Xbox 360 platform with titles Lights, Camera, Action and Box Office Smash, the Scene It? series has branched
When you have a hankering to relive some old childhood memories and delve head-first into shiny nostalgia, who you gonna call? GAME IMPORTERS! Well, that’s if you live in a PAL-format country like Australia, and you play your video games
I am an Xbox 360 achievement whore. There’s no denying it; I literally spent my hard-earned cash on Avatar: The Burning Earth because I read you could get the full 1000 gamerscore for the game in five minutes. It proved
Keeping bias out of a review is hard enough work; harder still when tasked to review Resident Evil 5 whilst you consider yourself to be one of the world’s biggest Resident Evil fanboys. If you’ve ever dreamt of reading a