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Skate 3 Review

Skate 3 Review

Towards the death of the Tony Hawk series in 2007, a game called Skate has since buried the hatchet. Electronic Arts' “Skate” would go on to out sell Tony Hawks Proving Grounds by a two to one rat... Read More

Alice in Wonderland Review

Alice in Wonderland Review

Now with 99% less plot-spoilers! If you’ve not seen the movie, I encourage you to go see it. Alice in Wonderlandis a platformer based on the movie of the same name. The game was developed by Disney... Read More

Red Dead Redemption Review

Red Dead Redemption Review

There are a few statements that need to be made if potential readers are to make heads or tails of this review. For starters, if you want to get Red Dead Redemption with the intention of playing its s... Read More

Lost Planet 2 Review

Lost Planet 2 Review

Lost Planet 2 is a much awaited sequel to Lost Planet with a seemingly large fan base. When Lost Planet came out I remember playing it on my friends 360 and I was absolutely blown away at how cool of ... Read More

Last Rebellion Review

Last Rebellion Review

JRPG's (Japanese Role-Playing Games) have this funny habit of splitting gamers right down the middle. You either love them or hate them. I happen to fit in the former of the two camps and thus I was e... Read More

Alan Wake Review

Alan Wake Review

A good game is like a cooked meal: You don't want to eat it cold but if left in the oven for too long it's going to crash and burn. Just look at 2008's terrible action RPG Too Human: Ten years in deve... Read More

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Review

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Review

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories is a survival horror game published by Konami. It is the seventh instalment in the franchise, and a ‘reimagining’ of the first game. It is available on the Wii, wit... Read More

Red Steel 2 Review

Red Steel 2 Review

Red Steel 2 is the sequel to the first Red Steel, which was a launch title for the Wii. It was developed by Ubisoft Paris, and launched in late March 2010. The title is only available on the Nintendo&... Read More

Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West Review

Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West Review

It has taken me a few days of thinking before I forced my self to buy this game, as I have to purchase carefully to keep my 'good game intake' > 'current financial capital'. I read tons of comments... Read More

Tom Clancly’s Splinter Cell: Conviction Review

Tom Clancly’s Splinter Cell: Conviction Review

The Splinter cell franchise has held a cult-like status among its legion of fans since it debuted on the Xbox in 2002. It has gone on to spawn three direct sequels, but even the series most dedicated ... Read More

Resonance of Fate Review

Resonance of Fate Review

Resonance of Fate (known in Japan as End of Eternity) is a JRPG set on a futuristic Earth, poisoned by an environmental phenomenon, where most of the remaining humans live on/in a gigantic construct c... Read More

Metro 2033 Review

Metro 2033 Review

Metro 2033 is a post-apocalyptic Action game, incorporating elements from the First-Person-Shooter (FPS) and Survival Horror genres. It was developed by Ukraine studio 4A Games & published by THQ;... Read More

BOH Review

BOH Review

BOH isn't a bad game. It is an indie game after all, and as such we can't go in expecting ground breaking graphics, or the most incredibly sophisticated AI ever seen. However, what we can and should e... Read More

Just Cause 2 Review

Just Cause 2 Review

Just Cause 2 is a 3rd-person shooter/sandbox action game set on a fictional Southeast-Asian island called Panau. There are lots of variations on the open-world action game formula, but Just Cause 2 ... Read More

BioShock 2 Review

BioShock 2 Review

The original Bioshock was a great game in every sense. The primary reason being that it borrowed several game play mechanics from role playing games and had an amazing plot to keep the player involved... Read More

White Knight Chronicles Review

White Knight Chronicles Review

White Knight Chronicles is a role playing game developed by Level 5 who are arguably not only one of Japan’s best RPG developers but are also right there among the top in the world. But unfortunatel... Read More

Mole Control Review

Mole Control Review

In Mole Control you take charge of a person sitting in what can only be described as a cross between a large rodent and a flying car. You are then tasked with removing the moles from peoples gardens i... Read More

Mount and Blade: Warband Review

Mount and Blade: Warband Review

If you aren't familiar with the basic mechanics of Mount and Blade, read the review of the original game here. However, if you own or have played the original, the gameplay stays much the same. Combat... Read More

God of War III Review

God of War III Review

Let me begin the review by admitting one fact. God of War 3 is the pinnacle on how violent and fun video games can be. You again take up the role of anti-hero Kratos and the story picks up where previ... Read More

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Review

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Review

You creep down the side of a building, listening for movement. Suddenly, a rifle shot slices through the air millimetres above your head, so you sprint to the nearest cover- behind a wooden fence. A t... Read More

Heavy Rain Review

Heavy Rain Review

“How far are you going to go to save someone you love?” is the major theme behind Quantic Dream’s interactive cinema thriller. Heavy Rain not only answers that but also answers the question that... Read More

Star Trek Online Review

Star Trek Online Review

When I heard that there was a Star Trek MMO being put together in 2008 it definitely peaked my interest. I am a big Star Trek fan, so news also made me somewhat nervous. In my opinion past Star Trek g... Read More

Napoleon: Total War Review

Napoleon: Total War Review

When Empire: Total War released at the beginning of 2009, it was met with some disdain from long time followers of the franchise, due to bugs, glitches, crashes and other technical issues. Napoleon ... Read More

Dante’s Inferno Review

Dante’s Inferno Review

Developed by Visceral Games, the highly acclaimed team behind “Dead Space”, Dante’s Inferno is a video game interpretation of Dante Alighieri's “The Divine Comedy”. Visceral Games certainly ... Read More

Dark Void Review

Dark Void Review

The only other jetpack shooter I can remember playing is 2002's Star Wars: Bounty Hunter. I liked it, but at the time I remember thinking "One day, someone will get this right and it will be awesome.... Read More

Bayonetta Review

Bayonetta Review

There’s no telling how high my expectations were while I was waiting to get my hands on Bayonetta.  All I can say was that I expected a lot.  Being a PS3 owner, and no 360 yet in sight, not due to... Read More

Mass Effect 2 Review

Mass Effect 2 Review

Let us begin with the graphics in Mass Effect 2.  They are nearly flawless, with a few low textured shadows that do not take away from the cinematic awe of the game.  Cinematic scenes, environments ... Read More

Final Fantasy XIII Review

Final Fantasy XIII Review

Al; right without letting you wait, we will get started. We’ll start with graphics. The graphics are outright impressive, especially when viewed in full 1080p. Most everything looks crisp and pret... Read More

Dragon Age: Origins (PC) Review

Dragon Age: Origins (PC) Review

Dragon Age: Origins is bound to go down in history as a classic of the RPG genre. BioWare, the developer of Baldur's Gate and Knights of the Old Republic fame, has made magic again, this time in a mor... Read More

Tank Battles Review

Tank Battles Review

Tank Battles isn't a completely new IP, it's actually more of a revamp of the older version of the classic tanks that shoot each other (top down view, i don't mean the 2D ones that you choose angle, e... Read More