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  • 12/12/2011 Reviews

    Professor Layton and The Spectre's Call - Review

    The Professor Layton series isn exactly full of surprises at this point. The developers work with a familiar set of pieces and make them come to life beautifully. Youe got your titular professor, his young assistant Luke, and a bunch of zany supporting characters. And, of course, youe got your puzzles. Dozens and dozens of puzzles - from maths teasers to squirrelly linguistic trickery, to the dreaded sliding-block conundrums. Theye all here in the latest Layton adventure, Professor Layton and The Spectre's Call.…

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  • 16/02/2011 Reviews

    Marvel vs Capcom 3 Fate of Two Worlds - Review

    It's been three years since Street Fighter IV revolutionised the world of fighting games with Capcom's startling, distinguished take on the 2D fighter. In its considered execution, taking the flat sprites of the genre's heyday in the early 1990s and turning them into eye-popping 3D models that move with just as much grace and efficiency, a fighting revolution was reborn. …

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  • 26/03/2013 Reviews

    LEGO City Undercover - Review

    Nintendo's heritage is unquestionable, but some of its franchise updates in recent years have been spottier in execution than we used to see. Numerous Mario games have come and gone and have been surprisingly easy to ignore, which is something I would have been beaten up for predicting in the playground 20 years ago, and the plumber's not the only one guilty of blotting his copybook with weaker instalments. Still, thanks to games like LEGO City Undercover, Nintendo's hardware remains a great place to go for the kind of experience Nintendo's fans used to expect on a regular basis.…

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  • 28/09/2011 Reviews

    FIFA 12 - Review

    FIFA played the underdog to rival football series Pro Evolution Soccer for a long time, but in the last few years it has widely come to be regarded as the pace-setter in the genre. FIFA rose to the top of the league by subtly tweaking its game to closer resemble the way PES 'did' football, while layering its own mix of official licences and some excellent gameplay innovations over the top to create a match winner.…

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  • 17/08/2011 Reviews

    Xenoblade Chronicles - Review

    The Japanese RPG has struggled to both satisfy its established audience and grow a new one in recent years. While the release schedules are littered with considerate remakes of classic Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest titles, there are few forward-facing entries to this once commanding genre to look forward to. Rather, the sheer cost of making these sprawling epics, combined with a fall from fashion of cutscene-heavy games has ensured that the Japanese RPG is far from the cultural force it once was.…

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  • 23/05/2012 Reviews

    Max Payne 3 Review

    Whether it's Halo's Master Chief, Gears of War's Marcus Fenix, or even Super Mario, most of the biggest video game heroes are driven by a desire to save the world from some unspeakable evil. If not, then like Nathan Drake from Uncharted or Grand Theft Auto IV's Niko Bellic, they're probably trying to make good for themselves, and will save something of the world in the process.…

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  • 28/09/2011 Reviews

    Ico and Shadow of Colossus Classics HD - Review

    High definition remakes and collections are becoming commonplace this console generation, but Ico & Shadow of Colossus Classics HD (PS3), which unites two of the PS2's greatest adventures, has arguably been the most demanded and anticipated by fans.…

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  • 04/05/2011 Reviews

    Virtua Tennis 4 - Review

    For 12 years Sega has dominated arcades with its Virtua Tennis series. Developed by one of its premier arcade development divisions (Sega AM3), the company delivered a smash hit on its first service with the original Virtua Tennis in 1999, wowing arcade-goers with a breezy, engaging, simple-to-pick-up approximation of the sport. The game was so competent, in fact, that Sega has struggled to meaningfully update the series as the years have gone by, instead settling upon some straightforward iterations with each sequel - tweaks that freshen the formula without threatening to upset it. …

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  • 08/05/2014 Reviews

    Kirby Triple Deluxe

    8/10 - The adorable, pink, puff ball returns in Kirby Triple Deluxe, one of the best-looking Kirby games to date full to the brim with character and imaginative stages to traverse

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  • 22/08/2013 Reviews

    The Bureau: XCOM Declassified - Review

    What do you get if you cross Mad Men with The X-Files? The answer probably looks a lot like The Bureau, a tactical shooter that takes the buttoned-down world of small town America in the early 1960s and drops a full-on alien invasion into the mix. As FBI agent Will Carter, inducted into the shadowy world of XCOM where government forces fight back against outer space threats, you'll be the one leading the charge in the battle for Earth's future.…

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  • 06/07/2011 Reviews

    Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D - Review

    You can't keep a good menace down, and so it is that Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D (3DS) sees Chris Redfield and a host of other Resident Evil buddies gun down hundreds more mutated monsters in this action-skewed spin-off from Capcom's evergreen horror series.

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  • 31/05/2012 Reviews

    Dragon's Dogma - Review

    At first glance it may come across as an amateurish approximation of beloved western RPGs such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Dragon Age, but upon closer inspection it reveals itself to be one of the freshest and most interesting titles in the genre in recent memory.…

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  • 07/11/2012 Reviews

    WWE '13 - Review

    WWE wrestling games have been a staple of games consoles since the days of the NES. The evolution of these games has seemingly matched the growth and popularity of Vince McMahon's 'Sports Entertainment' Empire, with both peaking at about the same time - No Mercy for the N64 and the fabled 'Attitude Era' that replaced all-American heroes with foul-mouthed anti-heroes. …

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  • 07/12/2011 Reviews

    Mario Kart 7 3DS : Review

    Easy to learn, hard to master
    While the 3DS has played home to some quality games since its March release, the launch of Super Mario 3D Land last month and now Mario Kart 7 mean Nintendo latest portable console has truly arrived. Like Mario Kart for DS, the newest edition in the fan favourite racing series is arguably its host platform best game, offering near endless hours of fun for casual players and more dedicated ones alike. With basic accelerate, brake, fire and jump buttons, it is easy enough that anyone can pick it up and play, but it will take plenty of practice to become a true kart master. Mario Kart 7 is therefore as deep an experience as you want to make it.…

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  • 05/12/2013 Reviews

    Need For Speed: Rivals - Review

    8/10 - Next-gen racing has officially left the line, and Need for Speed: Rivals is off to a great start. This is well worth a purchase

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  • 27/01/2011 Reviews

    Dead Space 2 - Review

    The first Dead Space should, by rights have been a miserable failure. Designed by a studio known principally for licensed action games, yearly sports updates and uninspired sequels to workmanlike franchises, even the synopsis sounded tired.…

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  • 30/05/2013 Reviews

    GRID 2 - Review

    It's been five years since Codemasters first released GRID, its explosive, energetic racer that took the traditional motorsport of the old TOCA Race Driver games and put them through a Hollywood filter. Much has happened since - racing studios have come and, more often than not, gone, the once vibrant genre now left with precious few games left flying the flag. …

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  • 14/02/2012 Reviews

    Catherine - Review

    Catherine, out now on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, can be described in a lot of different ways: a challenging puzzle game, a so-so platformer, an odd dating sim, an intriguing role-playing experience. Regardless of what you call it, one thing is for sure: Catherine is a gaming experience like no other.…

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  • 31/10/2012 Reviews

    Assassin's Creed III - Review

    A friend of mine teaches a history class at a high school. A few years ago he noticed his students were going from C-grade mediocrity to A-grade brilliance almost overnight. He was perplexed, so he asked them what exactly it was that had suddenly made them such experts on, of all people, the Borgias...…

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  • 22/02/2012 Reviews

    UFC Undisputed 3 - Review

    Publisher THQ should be commended for its recent approach to its popular mixed martial arts game series. Having initially opted to follow the annual update release strategy popular with many sports franchises, it delivered the first UFC Undisputed in May 2009 and a follow-up 12 months later. Both were great games, but given how little the roster of fighters had changed and the short development schedule, the sequel wasn't as polished or distinct as it might have been given some breathing room.…

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