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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Reviews

    The Princess and the Frog Film Review

    Nothing can beat the magic of Disney! Regardless of age, gender or language the studio's films have a certain universal appeal that is incomparable to any other cinematic experience. As Hollywood has grown and developed over the decades, Disney films have followed suit, adapting to the latest trends, inspirations and ideas that arise in the land of the motion picture. The film is directed by the pair who helped re-ignite Disney animation during what is often referred to as it's Renaissance period; John Musker and Ron Clements, whose previous outings include The Little Mermaid, Hercules and Aladdin.…

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  • 11/04/2014 Reviews

    LEGO The Hobbit

    8/10 - Take an expected and entirely welcome journey through the world of Middle Earth with Bilbo and Co.

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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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  • 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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  • 08/02/2012 Reviews

    The Darkness 2 Review

    It's been five years since we last encountered The Darkness, but in The Darkness II, out now on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, only two years have passed since the events of the first game. Gangster Jackie Estacado is still playing host to a malevolent demonic entity, but he's managed to keep it under control, despite still mourning the murder of his girlfriend in one of the first game's most dramatic moments. Something as powerful as The Darkness can't be contained forever, though, and when a mysterious organisation known only as The Brotherhood declares war on Jackie, he's forced to release the beast in order to survive.…

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  • 24/11/2011 Reviews

    Rayman Origins - Review

    While today the first-person shooter rules supreme in videogames, once upon a time the platform game was king. Mario and Sonic may have been poster boys for this style of play, but behind them an entire cast of less well-known characters jostled for position in the hearts and minds of gamers - slowly slipping from fashion and relevance as their chosen genre did the same.

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  • 16/08/2012 Reviews

    Sleeping Dogs - Review

    To do so you must infiltrate the Triads, China's biggest organised crime syndicate, earning your stripes with the criminals while maintaining your cover and making busts for the police. It's a great set up that offers two different flavours of gameplay and a dramatic story in which Wei's allegiances are increasingly tested as events unfold.…

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  • 21/11/2012 Reviews

    New Super Mario Bros. U - Review

    It wouldn't feel like a proper Nintendo console launch without a little bit of Super Mario. The tubby plumber's the company's greatest mascot - and its most dependable hero. …

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  • 14/04/2011 Reviews

    The 3rd Birthday - Review

    The 3rd Birthday is actually a spin-off from Parasite Eve, a long-forgotten survival horror role-playing series last seen in 2000 not that you'd know it from the title. As it turns out, the gameplay bears very little resemblance to its supposed source material, either. Instead of creeping around demon-infested Manhattan, defeating fearsome enemies, you're helping a squad of soldiers shoot megabosses to death in a linear third-person shooter.…

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  • 27/01/2010 Reviews

    Army of Two: The 40th Day - Review

    The original Army of Two offered dumb run and gun fun with some fairly unlikeable main characters. Can the sequel improve on things? Read on soldier!…

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  • 18/06/2010 Reviews

    Demon's Souls - Review

    Demon's Souls is a game for anyone who thinks games used to be harder than they are now - it will pummel you into submission, and scare you to death whilst doing it. In short, it's a brutal, bleak, horror-tinted action combat RPG that pits your lone character against a universe full of violent demons.…

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  • 15/02/2012 Reviews

    The Darkness II - Review

    The original Darkness was a violent, comic book-inspired Mafia tale with a love story at its core, which saw players step into the shoes of Jackie Estacado, a mobster betrayed by his boss and then saw his childhood sweetheart murdered in front of him. Filled with rage and possessed by a demonic force called The Darkness, his desire to avenge her murder saw Jackie give himself over to the evil inside him in return for a range of deadly supernatural abilities.…

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  • 06/07/2012 Reviews

    The Amazing Spiderman Review

    Ever since GTA3 first gave us an entire city to play with, developers have been coming up with new ways to turn urban navigation into a thrill ride. Clambering up buildings and then lobbing yourself off the top soon became the distraction of choice in games such as Crackdown and Prototype. They're all pretenders to the throne, however. Only one character understands that the plummet to the ground is nothing without a triumphant upswing to safety at the end. He's Spider-Man, and he's back, baby!…

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  • 23/04/2012 Reviews

    Prototype 2 - Review

    Prototype 2 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is, like it's lead character Sgt James Heller, an interesting beast. It picks up the action following the events of the first Prototype game, flinging you into a New York that has been sectioned off, quarantined and put under rather dubious surveillance following the outbreak of the Blacklight Virus seen in the original Prototype three years ago.…

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  • 03/07/2012 Reviews

    The Amazing Spider-Man - Review

    2004 was a brilliant year for Spider-Man. He was top of the movie charts with the summer blockbuster Spider-Man 2, courtesy of Tobey Maguire's web-slinger. And in the gaming world, Activision's spin-off console game had just revolutionised superhero gaming by blending open-world adventuring with awesome web-slinging powers. But those days have long gone. Now it's Batman that has the best games and it's up to old 'web-head' to catch up.…

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