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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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  • 13/03/2013 Reviews

    God of War: Ascension - Review

    Brash, brutal, spectacular and anything but subtle, SONY's God of War series mimics the style and ambiance of the Greek myths from which it draws influence. Placing players in the leather-strapped sandals of Kratos, a bare-chested warrior sick with revenge, the five previous titles in the series have allowed us to face up to Homeric gods and monsters millennia old - before tearing them limb from limb in a narrative arc that's rarely anything but crimson-soaked. God of War: Ascension, the sixth game in a series that spans across two PlayStations and a handheld, is a prequel that offers, for the first time, an expansive suite of online multiplayer modes to supplement the thrill-ride single player campaign.…

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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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  • 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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  • 22/11/2012 Reviews

    LEGO Lord of the Rings - Review

    Though the characters may only be a few centimetres tall, the LEGO games have been getting gradually bigger and bigger each year. LEGO Harry Potter invited players to roam freely around a dinky plastic Hogwarts, and this year's LEGO Batman 2 not only offered the chance to take to the skies as Superman, it offered an entire virtual Gotham City to explore.…

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  • 18/03/2010 Reviews

    God of War III - Review

    From the spectacular opening set-piece through to its earth-shattering final moments, God of War III wants to be the biggest, bloodiest, brawliest game you're ever likely to play. The fact it manages all that and more besides is little less than a miracle. If you think you can take the pace, you owe it to yourself to check out this astonishing action game …

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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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  • 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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  • 15/08/2013 Reviews

    Splinter Cell: Blacklist - Review

    We're not sure Tom Clancy has that  much to do with the Splinter Cell games these days - although his accountants probably enjoy them - but it's funny seeing his worldview reflected in Blacklist in light of recent press revelations about the US Intelligence Community and its actions. This is a game where Sam Fisher flies a plane around the world following leads on a new supergroup of terrorists call the Engineers, and you get the impression that if he encountered PRISM, rather than throwing his hands up in dismay, he would probably regard it as inadequate for his needs.…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 28/09/2011 Reviews

    Ico and Shadow of Colossus Classics HD - Review

    High definition remakes and collections are becoming commonplace this console generation, but Ico & Shadow of Colossus Classics HD (PS3), which unites two of the PS2's greatest adventures, has arguably been the most demanded and anticipated by fans.…

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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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  • 26/10/2011 Reviews

    Uncharted 3 Drake's Deception Review

    Gamersexpectations for the sequel to 2009 multiple Game of the Year award-winner Uncharted 2 are understandably sky-high, so it pleasing to report that the latest entry in PS3 flagship action adventure series often manages to stack up to and - on occasion - exceed the genre leading quality bar set by its predecessor.…

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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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  • 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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