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  • 08/06/2012 Reviews

    DiRT Showdown - Review

    Developer Codemasters feels the DiRT racing franchise has "outgrown a single game" over the last few years, hence its recent decision to split the franchise into two different flavours, one of which is a realistic simulation racer and the other a too-cool-for-school arcade one. While the two styles have arguably co-existed perfectly well in previous releases, the studio thought it better that each got more attention going forward.…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 10/05/2013 Reviews

    Persona 4 Arena - Review

    With so many excellent fighting games already on the market, it can be hard to pick just one to invest the time with. The obvious choice would be something like Injustice: Gods Among Us or Tekken Tag Tournament 2. They both look fantastic in motion and - if we're being honest - who doesn't like playing as Batman, or one of the devilish members of the dysfunctional Mishima family? But to pick one of these games without considering the vibrant charms of Persona 4 Arena would be a mistake, as it's not only one of the best fighting games in the bare-knuckle business, it's also surprisingly accessible to boot.…

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  • 17/10/2012 Reviews

    Fable: The Journey - Review

    Set 50 years after Fable 3, Fable: The Journey offers a completely new way to experience developer Lionhead's long-running role-playing series. For a start it has been built from the ground up exclusively for Kinect, meaning you can't play it with a regular controller, although you can sit down while using its motion controls if you wish.…

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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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  • 01/05/2014 Reviews

    The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    The Amazing Spider-Man 2 takes place in Manhattan, tasking players with tracking down Uncle Ben's killer while battling a massive lineup of villains, both old and new.

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  • 08/11/2012 Reviews

    Halo 4 - Review

    After a four-year hiatus, Microsoft's flagship series returns to our screens with Halo 4, the first entry to a new Halo trilogy, this time developed by newcomers 343 Industries. Despite Halo 3's thin claim to have 'finished the fight', Master Chief, our super-soldiering, world-savioring, helmet-wearing protagonist is once again called out of his stasis sleep to battle an alien threat, this time in the form of the Prometheans, a race of arcane insectoids and robot dogs. …

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  • 23/05/2012 Reviews

    Max Payne 3 Review

    Whether it's Halo's Master Chief, Gears of War's Marcus Fenix, or even Super Mario, most of the biggest video game heroes are driven by a desire to save the world from some unspeakable evil. If not, then like Nathan Drake from Uncharted or Grand Theft Auto IV's Niko Bellic, they're probably trying to make good for themselves, and will save something of the world in the process.…

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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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  • 15/11/2012 Reviews

    Call of Duty: Black Ops II - Review

    Is it that time of year already? No, not the annual rush to plaster Christmas all over every shopping centre as soon as the last embers of Bonfire Night have died down, but the traditional November release of a new Call of Duty game. Turning out a new title in a series every twelve months should lead to creative inertia but against the odds, in Black Ops II developer Treyarch has delivered the most invigorated and interesting COD in years.…

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  • 18/09/2013 Reviews

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 - Review

    FIFA may be the biggest-selling football game in the world nowadays, but Pro Evolution Soccer has been quietly evolving - fittingly enough - over the last few years and PES 2013 was a high point in its reinvention so far. PES 2014 is even better.…

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  • 19/07/2013 Reviews

    Dynasty Warriors 8 - Review

    "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" would apply beautifully to Tecmo-Koei's Dynasty Warriors 8, but developer Omega Force always has to improve something with each sequel. In the latest version of Tecmo-Koei's historical hack-and-slash marathon, there's a host of new features and play modes. In combination with a refreshed graphics engine and the usual addition of a few new characters, these updates make Dynasty Warriors 8 a fine game for the summer. It's a game full of action and content that can be played entirely at your own pace and choice of difficulty, which can range from easy walkover to genuinely hard. Provided you can get into Tecmo-Koei's groove, works beautifully as a battlefield brawler where progression is constant and your sense of increasing power grows with each stage.…

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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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  • 13/06/2012 Reviews

    Heroes of Ruin - Review

    Heroes of Ruin is a top-down action role-playing game very much in the same vein as Blizzard's Diablo 3, Runic's Torchlight and other loot-heavy dungeon crawlers. In the simplest terms possible, it involves a lot of hacking and slashing through dungeons in order to collect loot and complete quests.…

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  • 12/05/2012 Reviews

    Alan Wake - Review

    A lot can change in five years. In May 2005, Survival Horror games were reeling from Resident Evil 4 completely rewriting the rules of the genre, the Xbox 360 was still six months away from launch, and we were just starting to hear the first whispers about the upcoming HD console's most promising exclusives.…

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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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  • 06/10/2011 Reviews

    RAGE Review

    Rage Review

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