Here’s the latest reviews from the world of gaming…

Gaming Infinity1. Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack

PS Vita £39.99

Disney’s toys-to-life initiative has gathered some serious momentum, and the PS Vita’s 2.0 edition takes players deep into the Marvel Universe with classic characters and original storylines – all while offering players more opportunity for endless possibilities to create new adventures. Real-world interactive Marvel figures are used to activate original storylines in the virtual game worlds, beginning with a black-suited Spider Man in this starter pack. The wireless base station works brilliantly alongside the PS Vita, and represents a heroic leap forward for Disney Infinity into the portable gaming space. younger gamers will revel in building their own stories. 85%

Gaming Squash2. PSA World Squash

Wii U £25.99

Football, basketball, baseball and American football traditionally dominate the gaming sports world, with niche sports struggling to make an impression on the console arena. Cricket, rugby and tennis have tried to pack a similar punch, but how will the first officially licensed interpretation of squash fare?! Competing against the best players in the world including Nick Matthew, Amr Shabana, Gregory Gaultier, Ramy Ashour and more, you can now organise your own virtual tournaments in a host of iconic locations as well as play against the console in the challenging Arcade Mode. It’s a strong first foray into the gaming world for the sport, and fans will hope there’s enough to inspire an even stronger sequel. 79%

Gaming Farming3. Farming Simulator 15

Xbox One £30.99

Is farming gaming? Well, more a simulation of sorts, but still, it’s made its way onto the Xbox One, so there must be a market for agricultural action within the Microsoft masses. Here, you must administer your own farm, from harvesting to animal husbandry, and from selling fresh products to woodcutting. The benefits of your cultivation allow you to develop and invest in new and more powerful vehicles or tools, which is where the geek factor will kick in, as you can use and drive over 140 authentic vehicles and farming tools, from over 40 of the most famous manufacturers including New Holland, Ponsse, Case IH and Deutz-Fahr. Farming fans will be able to invite up to 15 of their pals to help out. 75%

Gaming Dead Eyes4. Dead Eyes

iPhone/iPad £0.79

Dead Eyes takes a playing style akin to a family board game and injects it with a level of tension and horror-filled atmospherics more frequently seen in the big-budget zombie bashers that it sit alongside in the App Store. The 100 or so turn-based puzzler levels challenge you to help unwitting hero Jack reach his destination in one piece, escaping the clutches of numerous types of zombies, each boasting their own individual move patterns. A host of interactive objects will aid progress, allowing Jack to sneak away from opponents, and the complexity of each puzzle rises gently as you become more familiar with the game. The retro-style presentation will appeal to gamers looking for a stylised visual treat. 80%

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