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  • 28/06/2012 Reviews

    LEGO Batman 2 Review

    Batman! With a cataclysmic showdown against steroid-infused terrorist genius Bane due in cinemas in just over a month, it's fair to say that the Dark Knight has never been darker than right now. Thankfully, here's LEGO Batman 2 to remind us that while the brooding drama of the big screen is all very well, it's also OK for superheroes to be, you know, fun.…

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  • 18/05/2010 Reviews

    Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands - Review

    Cher may have sung about her desire to turn back time, but it was Ubisoft that made it a reality. Now they're using the ability to rewind and restart to skip past the minor speedbump that was the rather easy 2008 Prince of Persia and restore the series to its roots. Roots, in this case, being the evergreen Sands of Time, which landed on PS2, Xbox and PC.…

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  • 18/05/2011 Reviews

    LEGO Pirates of the Carribean Review

    With the fourth Pirates film hitting cinemas this week, it’s about time the folks at TT Games got around to a Lego version of one of Hollywood’s most popular franchises. But the wait has been worth it. Lego Pirates of the Caribbean is a polished and hugely enjoyable adventure that might well be the best Lego game yet.…

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  • 27/02/2013 Reviews

    Tomb Raider - Review

    8/10 - This latest instalment is billed as a reboot, and the good news is, it succeeds - and then some

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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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  • 06/04/2011 Reviews

    WWE All Stars - Review

    Can you smell what The Rock is cooking?

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  • 04/10/2011 Reviews

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 Review

    With another new season on the horizon and continued pressure from arch-rival FIFA in the battle for virtual football glory, PES 2012 (Xbox 360, PS3), steps up to the plate with a range of improvements over last year's edition, alongside a few of its seemingly ever-present quirks. While it may lack most official team licenses - although it does have the Champions League competition – and the commentary and crowd sounds are still as poor as ever, PES sparkles in several ways.…

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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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  • 20/04/2012 Reviews

    Mario Party 9 - Review

    The Mario Party series has enjoyed a long and successful run, with the ninth instalment on shelves now. Nintendo could have played it safe with Mario Party 9, just adding in new boards and a few mini games and calling it a day, but instead they've taken a different route and injected the series with a refreshing boost we didn't even know it needed.…

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    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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  • 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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  • 10/01/2012 Reviews

    Boom Street - Review

    The game features 27 characters to choose from - 13 from Mario games, 13 from Dragon Quest and your Mii - and over 15 boards based on memorable areas from each series, with different shapes and layouts providing plenty of replay value. The basic game mode challenges players to race around the board buying, selling and trading shops in a bid to reach a target value and be the first to cash out, while the more advanced setting allows players to play the stock market too.…

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  • 12/07/2012 Reviews

    Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise - Review

    Sometimes you need to mirror on screen characters' actions, other times you're required to react to music, prompted by sounds and pictures. It starts off fairly easy, but becomes increasingly complex as new beats and lyrics are introduced, and concepts get layered on top of one another. Simple cues like a man hitting golf balls thrown at him by monkeys become tougher to follow as the game cheekily attempts to trick you by obscuring your view, or by zooming the camera in and out.…

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  • 24/03/2010 Reviews

    Red Steel 2 - Review

    Ever since we first laid eyes on the Wii we've been crying out for a decent sword-fighting simulator - something that delivers the hectic clash of blade meeting blade and leaves you feeling that your swash has well and truly been buckled. The first Red Steel game may have fumbled the action somewhat, but Ubisoft's sequel, the predictably-titled Red Steel 2, uses Nintendo's MotionPlus adaptor to offer much more control to your swings and parries. The result is a game that's brilliant fun.…

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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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  • 08/08/2012 Reviews

    New Super Mario Bros 2 - Review

    Much of it will feel familiar to anyone who has played one of the older titles, from the themed worlds you explore to the bosses you fight, but you can now collect three large hidden coins in each level to unlock extra ones, and as they're often tucked away in hard-to-reach locations this rewards skill in an otherwise rather easy game.…

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  • 22/06/2011 Reviews

    The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time - Review

    Chances are you'll have heard of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Originally released on the N64 in 1998, it's been cropping up regularly at the top of Best Game of All Time lists ever since and with very good reason. Now it's been beautifully remade in full 3D, with updated controls as well as a new graphical lick of paint. Whether you've got fond memories from last time or you're new to the world of Hyrule, Ocarina of Time is easily the best game currently out on the 3DS. Not only is it one of the best games ever made, it's a better version of one of the best games ever made.…

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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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  • 02/11/2012 Reviews

    Need For Speed: Most Wanted

    Lauded developer Criterion doesn't bother itself with a storyline or protagonist in its new open-world racer, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, instead choosing to focus its efforts on doing what it has done best for over a decade: making bar-setting driving games that capture the speed, sound and sensation of bombing around in exceedingly fast cars.…

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  • 29/08/2013 Reviews

    Disney Infinity - Review

    Disney Infinity is not so much a single game as a bespoke platform designed to host multiple games based on as many characters as Disney can muster

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