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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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  • 07/02/2012 Reviews

    Final Fantasy XIII-2 - Review

    2010's Final Fantasy XIII received a mixed critical reception. Chief among the complaints was the ditching of the series' usual side-quest-packed open-world structure in favour of a linear journey filled with desolate environments that offered the bare minimum of distractions. Two years later - the series is now a quarter of a century old and has surpassed 100 million game sales - creator Square Enix delivers the direct sequel, aiming to give fans what they wanted from the previous game. In many respects, Final Fantasy XIII-2 makes good on that promise.…

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  • 24/10/2012 Reviews

    NBA 2K13 - Review

    Featuring stunning presentation, a great soundtrack (unsurprising given that Jay-Z is credited as the title's executive producer) and gameplay that delivers the best virtual basketball experience to date, NBA 2K13 is one of the top sports games of 2012.…

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  • 03/04/2013 Reviews

    Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel - Review

    Some jobs are just better with a friend. Assembling flat pack furniture. Doing the washing up. Taking down a ruthless Mexican drug cartel. Tackling any of those, it helps to have a dependable buddy by your side. Thankfully, Visceral Games - of Dead Space fame - has opted for the "drug cartel" angle for this third Army of Two game, so we're spared the sight of beefy mercenaries up to their elbows in suds or cursing at Swedish instruction booklets.…

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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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  • 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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  • 03/03/2010 Reviews

    Battlefield: Bad Company 2 - Review

    How do you like your shooters? A medium rare fragfest, packed with peppery eye-scouring action? Or perhaps you'd prefer a well done sizzler, with deep tactical gameplay and a distinctive flavour that lingers for weeks? Whatever your tastes, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has everything you need on its menu. The sequel to the 2008 cult hit, which marked the next generation console debut of DICE's perennial online franchise, this is a game full of meat and muscle that should satisfy any hungry gamer.…

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  • 13/07/2011 Reviews

    Dynasty Warriors Gundam 3 - Review

    No video game replicates the heaving chaos of a battlefield in such vivid terms as Koei's Dynasty Warriors games. The series is perhaps best known for thrusting the player into the midst of a throng of ancient warriors in games loosely based on the Three Kingdoms historical Chinese era. The Gundam spin-offs, however, look forward to an alternate future of giant sparring robots, duking it out on sprawling battlefields with beam swords and 2-ton rifles.…

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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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  • 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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  • 09/08/2013 Reviews

    Tales of Xillia - Review

    Tales of Xillia originally arrived in Japan back in 2011, tallying an impressive 500,000 units sold in its first week. At long last the latest in the Tales RPG series has arrived in the UK, bringing a new story, characters, and the kind of action that Tales fans have grown accustomed to over the years.…

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  • 29/10/2013 Reviews

    Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - Review

    9/10 - Edward Kenway is a much more interesting character than his grandson, and this time the marriage of story missions to side content is much stronger, while the world itself is luscious and fascinating

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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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  • 20/09/2012 Reviews

    Borderlands 2 - Review

    Borderlands 2 doesn't mess too heavily with the successful formula established by the original back in 2009, delivering another customisation-heavy first-person shooter with the questing structure and customisation options of a role-playing game and a big emphasis on co-operative play.…

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  • 06/09/2011 Reviews

    Resistance 3 review

    While Resistance 3 packs in all the fun alien blasting of its predecessors, this trilogy-closing blockbuster also features the best story in the series to date. Set in an alternate 1957 where mankind has lost the war against an invading alien race known as the Chimera, the game throws you into the role of protagonist Joseph Capelli.…

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  • 17/10/2013 Reviews

    Skylanders: SWAP Force - Review

    The new characters are a blast to play with, the new gameplay items add to the experience and the hidden zones will keep you coming back for more

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  • 23/08/2012 Reviews

    Darksiders II - Review

    War, the first game's protagonist, has been charged with starting Armageddon early, leading to the destruction of mankind. In Darksiders II you step into the shoes of masked horseman Death, who believes War to be the victim of a conspiracy, and set off on a mission to prove your brother's innocence and restore life to all humanity.…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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