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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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  • 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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  • 07/03/2012 Reviews

    Syndicate - Review

    Syndicate is a dark sci-fi first person shooter out now on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. It's based around the fiction of Bullfrog's classic 1993 isometric strategy game of the same name, in which the developed world of 2069 is divided into regions controlled by corrupt mega-corporations known as Syndicates. Having displaced traditional governments, they battle for market control using bio-engineered enforcers known as Agents, who protect their corporate masters' interests by acquiring rivals' technology and hunting their senior executives using futuristic weaponry and technology.…

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  • 14/09/2012 Reviews

    Call of Duty: Black ops II - Hands On at the GAME

    At this week's GAME Conference, the publishers were out to show off the big titles coming in the run up to Christmas and into 2013. One of the most anticipated games of the show was Call of Duty: Black Ops II, a sequel that promises some interesting changes to the traditional series gameplay. …

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  • 24/02/2011 Reviews

    Killzone 3 Review

    As gaming environments go, Killzone has never been one to make you feel snuggly and warm. Its vision of Helghast is a dreadful, poisonous planet where the closest you'll get to creature comforts are stark Soviet style architecture and smog-choked deserts. Not the sort of place you'd book for a holiday, but an absolutely inspired location for a war. …

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  • 21/03/2012 Reviews

    Twisted Metal - Review

    It's been a decade since we've had a new Twisted Metal game, so chances are most players coming into this reboot will be rusty if not altogether new to the series. As such, Twisted Metal does little to lull debutants to its peculiar brand of vehicular combat, but those who persist through its complex controls will find an extremely deep revival of the genre.…

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  • 11/04/2013 Reviews

    Defiance - Review

    Defiance is a game kicking down a lot of doors at once. It's an ambitious massively multiplayer online game for consoles as well as PC, more shooter than role-player but no less impressive for the sheer scale of the experience on platforms that have previously made do with small gameplay lobbies. It's also one half of a bold cross-media project developed in partnership between TV's Syfy Channel and game studio Trion Worlds. Defiance the game takes place in the same world as Defiance the TV show, and each will influence the other over the coming months.…

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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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  • 25/08/2011 Reviews

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) is a global conspiracy thriller set in a near future world where replacing human body parts with high-tech prosthetics is a violently controversial new trend. A first-person shooter role-playing game that lets you approach objectives as you please, its key theme is that human advancement will widen the gap between haves and have-nots.…

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  • 24/03/2011 Reviews

    Crysis 2 - Review

    Crytek's flagship first-person shooter Crysis wowed everyone who experienced it. But those people were few in number. The PC-only shooter made such heavy demands on its player PC that only those with the most powerful machines were capable of slipping into the main character suit. Those who did, however, found a smart, meticulous video game, a debut from which it seemed a series was certain to emerge.…

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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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  • 20/02/2013 Reviews

    Crysis 3 - Review

    Crysis 3 is probably the prettiest game you'll ever see on a PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360. The PC version really pushes the boundaries in terms of tech, but its console cousins are no slouches, either. Look around and you'll see marvels: the rocks are slippery with rushing water, the sky is covered with shifting clouds, grass sways beneath your feet, and buildings and enemies are wonderfully detailed.…

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  • 08/11/2011 Reviews

    Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 - Review

    Call of Duty has proven itself to be the most popular gaming franchise in the world over the last few years and Modern Warfare 3 sets out to retain that title by delivering a globe-trotting war of epic proportions. Set immediately after the events of its predecessor, the game presents a fiction in which the Russian Federation is in the middle of an invasion of the United States and has expanded its offensive to Europe, including England, France and Germany.…

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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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  • 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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  • 04/12/2009 Reviews

    Uncharted 2 Among Thieves - Review

    At a time when traditional PlayStation brands have begun moonlighting on Xbox (Tekken, Metal Gear Solid: Rising and FF XIII), it's of the utmost importance that Sony's remaining genuine exclusives be of system-selling quality.…

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  • 29/06/2011 Reviews

    Child of Eden - Review

    One of video gaming most widely-celebrated titles, Rez (released for the Dreamcast, PlayStation 2 and, most recently, Xbox Live Arcade) was an audio-visual tour-de-force; a shooting game in which you moved through abstract landscapes while breaking shapes apart to a heady trance soundtrack. Child of Eden - director Tetsuya Mizuguchi's pseudo-sequel to that game - charts a similar course, propelling the player through a series of dreamlike worlds on an otherworldly journey in order to restore the memory of a beautiful girl called Lumi.…

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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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  • 24/02/2011 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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  • 24/04/2013 Reviews

    Dead Island Riptide - Review

    The Dead Island series never seems to be far from controversy. The original game was famous for a haunting slow-motion trailer that portrayed the death of a young girl in reverse as her family was terrorised by zombies. Then when the game came out it was a bug-ridden mess, albeit an occasionally enjoyable one. Its creators capped this all off by releasing a presumptuous "Game of the Year" Edition - a label that even people who loved the game could scarcely justify applying to it.…

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