Section 8 review
Generic sci-fi battles aren't enough on a system loaded with better, cheaper options
Velvet Assassin review
The new stealth game from Southpeak Games and Replay Studios is technically adequate, but falls short of its historical aspirations.
It's like Tomb Raider with more skin and less of a plot; check out our review to see if that's worth your while.
Hands-On: Velvet Assassin
Check out the latest info and screens for Velvet Assassin, straight from Comic Con.
X-Blades to be shown off at NY Comic-Con
We'll be there covering this and other games, but for now, check out some screens courtesy of publisher SouthPeak Games.
Big Bang Mini Review
I never knew that the Big Bang was so stylish. I also never knew that there were monkeys riding Chinese dragons there either, but you learn something new everyday.
Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars is a fungal good time
The time between the end-of-year holiday rush and the new slew of first quarter releases is normally a dark one, where gamers wait for their wallets to fatten once again in order to greedily attack the next wave of fun. That's not the case this year though, as SouthPeak games released "Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars" in December, priming it for status as a sleeper hit.
Dark Side of the Moon review
Despite constant CD-switching and some bugs, great graphics, sound and storyline helped make this 1998 adventure game one of SouthPeak's late goodies.
Boss Rally review
The ultimate goal of Boss Rally is to play through several seasons of racing, earning points and unlocking faster cars and harder tracks to become the ultimate rally champion. You can play against the computer ...