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  • 19/10/2011 Reviews

    Dead Rising 2 Off the Record

    If you enjoyed Dead Rising 2, then youl enjoy Dead Rising 2: Off the Record, an alternate reality take on the older game with a splattering of new content and improvements. The main difference is the re-introduction of photographer Frank West, star of the original Dead Rising, as the protagonist in the place of Motocross champion Chuck Greene.…

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  • 26/03/2013 Reviews

    BioShock Infinite - Review

    One of the trends of this console generation is that shooters have become as disposable as sports games, quickly forgotten and discarded every Christmas in favour of an updated model. Not so BioShock. Irrational Games' thoughtful and haunting take on the genre dominated by Call of Duty has outlived most of its rivals in our memories thanks to an incredible setting, a fascinating and surprising story and, of course, great action. About the worst thing you can say about BioShock Infinite is that it only achieves the same things.…

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  • 24/05/2013 Reviews

    Resident Evil: Revelations - Review

    When any game series reaches its fifteenth birthday, you'll always have those fans who wish that things could go back to the way they used to be. Games get slicker, difficulty gets smoothed out, and all those retro quirks get lost in the wash. For all the strides Capcom has made in bringing Resident Evil in line with modern console gamer expectations, there's a sense that the original survival horror experience, so famously contained in those early adventures through Raccoon City, still has more to give.…

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  • 06/06/2013 Reviews

    Remember Me - Review

    Sorry to ask, but what's the worst thing you can remember happening to you? OK, now imagine you could forget about it completely - wouldn't that be nice? In the futuristic society of Remember Me, that dream would be a reality. Rich citizens wander around Neo-Paris in blissful ignorance thanks to gizmos called Sensens, which allow the all-powerful Memorise Corporation to alter their recollections.…

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  • 10/11/2011 Reviews

    Sonic Generations - Review

    He's twenty years young, and judging by the latest instalment of this apparently never-ending series, he's got a good few games left in him yet. Sonic Generations is both an homage to the original Mega Drive Sonic the Hedgehog, released in 1991, and the suggestion of a possible future for the interminable hedgehog where 2D and 3D live happily together.…

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  • 07/01/2010 Reviews

    Darksiders - Review

    A new year brings new games to look forward to. Thankfully 2010 starts with a bang as Darksiders hits. Granted it's a game about the apocalypse with you facing the forces of Heaven and Hell as War, one of the Four Horsemen of the apocalypse, but what a way to start the New Year!…

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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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  • 16/02/2012 Reviews

    Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning - Review

    Launching on the back of the runaway success of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim could be a curse or a blessing for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, out now on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. While the former title is regarded in multiple circles as the definitive open world role playing game of this generation, many of its players will be needing a break or be ready to move on three months after release, and Skyrim has undoubtedly grown interest in the genre.…

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  • 26/09/2013 Reviews

    FIFA 14 - Review

    EA Sports' ascent from stylish-but-shallow commercial success story to the best football game on the planet arguably peaked last year with the immense FIFA 13, where a huge range of brilliant game modes coalesced with accessible but deep gameplay to deliver the full package that the studio had been threatening for several years. FIFA 14 isn't that much of a change, but what it does do better is much appreciated.…

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  • 26/11/2009 Reviews

    SAW - Review

    The blood-curdling voice of Tobin Bell barely seconds into the game sets an instant sense of terror in the pitch-black room I sit in playing Saw for the first time... and let's be honest ? that's exactly the kind of experience we want from any Saw instalment. I'm a big fan of the films and the game definitely ticks all of the 'Saw' boxes. Whether it is the flickering TV sets, disgusting settings, complex and deeply disturbing puzzles or the vile, pig-mask wearing, and silent captor. Barely minutes into the game and you've had a taste of all of the above.…

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  • 13/03/2014 Reviews

    Titanfall - Review

    9/10 - Titanfall stands out from the crowd for its creative game mechanics, balanced multiplayer experience and fresh interpretation of what a campaign should be

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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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  • 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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  • 17/09/2013 Reviews

    Grand Theft Auto V - Review

    Have you ever been to Los Angeles? Rockstar has - and it shows. Los Santos, the city that forms the backdrop to much of Grand Theft Auto V, takes the best and most extreme elements of the City of Angels and distils them down to their essence: the fake Roman columns, the manicured lawns, the towering billboards given pride of place on the skyline, and strip clubs shoulder to shoulder with movie premieres in a crowd of SUVs and sports cars. LA is a city with a seedy underbelly facing upwards as it rolls around in the dirt and Los Santos captures that.…

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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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  • 01/11/2013 Reviews

    Battlefield 4 - Review

    9/10 - If you love online shooters, and you've been debating whether to splash out on a new console before Christmas, here's your answer: a big beefy yes

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  • 24/03/2010 Reviews

    Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing - Review

    Some of you may have tried the recent demo of Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing. Some of you may have disliked it based on that demo. Which is a shame, as Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing is actually rather good. Read on!…

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  • 15/09/2010 Reviews

    R.U.S.E - Review

    From the outside, R.U.S.E. may look like just another World War II strategy game. You harvest resources from nearby supply depots, build up your base, create armies of troops, tanks and aircraft, and march them off to do battle. The truth is, it's anything but.…

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  • 24/02/2011 Reviews

    Bulletstorm - Review

    You're a space mercenary, one of the roughest, toughest guys in the galaxy, but even the best can have a little bad luck now and then. So you've crash-landed on an alien planet - a real nasty one too. It's a former tourist trap gone bad, and by bad we mean killer vegetation, hundreds of murderous goons clogging the streets, and about a bajillion bullets between you and your escape plan. …

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  • 10/01/2012 Reviews

    Star Wars: The Old Republic - Review

    We've sunk over 80 hours into the epic sci-fi adventure and feel as if we've barely scratched the surface. With so much content already available and many planned future updates, it's an MMO that fans will be playing for years, and one that offers the most credible threat to genre king World of Warcraft yet.…

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