Posts Tagged family friendly


Lionhead Releases Family Friendly Fable Hack & Slash XBLA Title

Friday, May 4, 2012 No Comments

As part of the spring Xbox Live Arcade NEXT lineup, Lionhead Studios announced the release of Fable Heroes this week. The new spin on the now classic fantasy franchise has a more family friendly style than the previous installments, and plays as a multiplayer hack and slash title rather than the franchise’s standard third person […]


Playstation Holiday Preview Event 2011- Disney Universe Interview

Thursday, October 27, 2011 No Comments

While at Sony’s 2011 Playstation Holiday Preview Event, Nathan and I got the chance to check out Disney Interactive Studios’ latest release, Disney Universe. This new family friendly adventure and platforming title recently released on all of the major home consoles, and features a cast of your (or your kids’) favourite Disney characters. We also […]


Winnie the Pooh

Monday, July 18, 2011 2 Comments

I’m torn. I absolutely loved Winnie the Pooh. It was well written, playing magnificently to both kids and adults, and a treat for the eyes, featuring animation lovingly emulating the classic style. However, it was far too short, even with the pre-feature short. As it reached the end, I was left wondering where the second […]

carcassonne cover


Wednesday, May 5, 2010 No Comments

It’s basic, it’s different and it’s family-friendly (unless you’re playing with some foulmouthed people online). Carcassonne is the video game adaptation of a medieval-style strategy board game in which players build up castles, farmland, roads and monasteries, and place followers to gather points. The player with the most points at the end wins. Simple enough? […]


Boom Blox

Tuesday, April 20, 2010 No Comments

When you think of the name Steven Spielberg, video games probably aren’t the first thing to come to mind. Even less likely is the thought of party games. And yet there Boom Blox is, standing in the face of all expectations – a game without any real story, plot, characters… It’s just like Jenga, but […]

Where the wild things are

Where The Wild Things Are

Thursday, April 1, 2010 No Comments

I can understand, for the most part, what Where The Wild Things Are was about, but I don’t feel much was resolved. I definitely saw the appeal, it was really adorable and fun to watch and I quite enjoyed the cinematography, but the message wasn’t thoroughly conveyed. Also, there was a dark quality to this […]