Rabbids Go Home stamped with new, higher ratingA few weeks ago we hit you with the big news that Ubisoft's Rabbid adventure was facing recall from select UK retailers due to "potentially offensive content." Now you'll be pleased to hear Rabbids Go Home has reappeared on shop shelves with a new, higher PEGI 12 rating.
Date archives for November, 2009
Belgian waffle?Thank goodness for Nintendo consoles making it easy for gamers to pick a range of moustachioed characters from various spheres of the employment world. If you fancy something a bit more cerebral than plumbing in your portable plaything you might want to check out Agatha Christie’s ABC Murders, in which you play the world’s only famous Belgian, Hercule Poirot.
Currently noshing on the world's greasiest pizza. Life is good.
"You have received a new email from @SEGA" has to be the greatest alert ever. AND it's about Sega Saturn-style USB joypads.
Review: C.O.P. The Recruit
Cop a load of this.With the DS now nearly five years old, you’d think there’d be no surprises left inside that flip-top wonder box, but here comes Ubisoft with something we probably didn’t even realise was possible on DS, under the rather off-putting title of C.O.P. The Recruit.
Watching the Tenacious D movie. What a load of juvenile balls.