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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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  • 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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  • 13/11/2014 Reviews

    Assassin's Creed: Unity Review

    The French Revolution plays host to the latest Assassin’s Creed that finally allows you and your friends to play together as you explore revolutionary France as Arno.

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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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  • 26/05/2012 Reviews

    The Witcher 2 - Review

    An RPG's first town can almost always tell you everything you need to know about the game. That's certainly true here- the first quest hub of The Witcher 2, the sordid, secretive swamp town of Flotsam, is a showcase of everything you should play this game for.…

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  • 30/08/2013 Reviews

    Rayman Legends - Review

    It wasn't so long ago that the 2D platform game was the biggest thing in gaming. Every publisher wanted their own hop-skip-jumping mascot, and our screens were flooded with a parade of anthropomorphic animals and unlikely heroes, all careening around in the wake of Mario and Sonic. Today, the upper branches of the blockbuster tree are reserved for shooters and stealth games where headshots and neck snaps are the currency of choice. Only Nintendo keeps flying the flag for the joys of an old-fashioned platform game.…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 29/05/2014 Reviews

    Watch Dogs - Review

    8/10 - Ubisoft's unique blend of stealth, action and sandbox come together in an interesting open world adventure in Watch Dogs

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  • 06/10/2011 Reviews

    RAGE Review

    Rage Review

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  • 25/10/2013 Reviews

    Batman: Arkham Origins - Review

    WB Montreal has recreated much of what made the first two games so exceptional and put it in a new setting with a new story, new missions and new villains

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  • 01/05/2014 Reviews

    Child of Light

    The world of Lemuria looks stunning, from the fluid character animations to the vivid details throughout each stage.

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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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  • 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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  • 22/06/2011 Reviews

    Dungeon Siege III - Review

    Everything you need to know about co-op action RPG Dungeon Siege III is contained in the animation that plays when you open a chest. The lid flips open and a spray of gold and magic weapons is shot nine feet into the air like some heavy-duty party popper, before coming crashing down at your feet. …

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  • 15/08/2013 Reviews

    Saints Row IV - Review

    Play through Saints Row IV's intro and you could be forgiven for worrying that one of the series' defining characteristics is missing: its humour. What may have been intended as a parody of every militaristic action game ever made ends up a little too close to the mark to prompt laughter, or even a knowing grin. Then, with the launch of a nuclear missile and the arrival of a cheesy '90s rock ballad, you realise Volition hasn't forgotten what has made Saints Row special. And it only gets crazier from there.…

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  • 02/05/2013 Reviews

    Star Trek The Video Game - Review

    Games based on movies don't have the best reputation, and often with good cause. Hurried out of the door to meet the release date of the blockbuster whose elements they've borrowed, they often struggle to turn a handful of action scenes into a full length game, while even the best polygon creations can't live up to seeing actual movie stars strutting their stuff.…

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