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  • By on December 4, 2013
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    Review: Contrast (PlayStation 4)

    Contrast is a unique spin on the puzzle/platformer genre, rather than sticking to tradition like LIMBO or Braid, Contrast adopts a 2D meets 3D approach that, while ambitious, ultimately falls short of what could have been. Set in a 20’s Noir style atmosphere in the year 1923, Contrast sets you in the role of Dawn, an imaginary friend of Didi, the game’s main focus. Didi’s mother works as more.
  • By on December 4, 2013
    PlayStation
    Review

    Review: WWE2K14 (PlayStation 3)

    WWE2K14 is the first WWE game since 2K Sports gained the WWE license from the now defunct publisher THQ. Many may think that the take-over, which happened halfway into the game’s development period may have had a negative impact on this release, they were very wrong indeed. While WWE2K14 isn’t massively different to WWE ’13 in terms of gameplay, there is enough new content thrown all over more.
  • By on November 27, 2013
    PlayStation
    Review

    Review: F1 2013 (PlayStation 3)

    Codemasters, who should be called Racingmasters, have once again released the next instalment of F1 Race games for PlayStation 3. Once again, simulation and realism is the key to the success of the series, but how much has actually been added to F1 2012 to make this a worthy purchase? F1 2013, being a simulator, takes some getting used to in terms of controls and the rules of racing for anyone more.
  • By on November 27, 2013
    PlayStation
    Review

    Review: Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX (PlayStation 3)

    Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix is a collection of HD Kingdom Hearts games, including PlayStation 2 classic Kingdom Hearts, previously unreleased in Australia Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories (the PS2 remake), as well as HD cutscenes and journal entries derived from DS game Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. Kingdom Hearts, of course, is the series that mixes elements from action RPG’s, Final Fantas more.
  • By on November 20, 2013
    Nintendo
    Review

    Review: Wii Fit U (Wii U)

    Wii Fit U is an odd beast to review, it’s the first entry in the Wii Fit series to hit Wii U, but much of the content is made up from the activities of the first two games. This also makes it tough to review as the price is substantially low for a new game (it’s cheaper than FIFA 14 on the Wii and has more new content, burn!), so does the price match what you get for the package? The be more.
  • By on November 6, 2013
    PlayStation
    Review

    Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Mirror of Fate HD (PlayStation 3)

    Bridging the gap between Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and the upcoming Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is 3DS turned HD remake Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Mirror of Fate HD for consoles. Rather than the 3D adventuring contained within the first Lords of Shadow game, Mirror of Fate HD returns the series to its Metroidvania roots. Ultimately what Mirror of Fate HD does is provide an easy entry p more.
  • By on October 23, 2013
    Xbox
    Review

    Review: Lost Planet 3 (Xbox 360)

    Lost Planet 3 serves as a prequel to the first two games, a kind of reboot, if you will. See, Capcom did not develop this game internally like the first two games, instead choosing to hand it over to the developers of Call of Duty: Finest Hour, Spark Unlimited. Lost Planet 3 once again takes place on E.D.N. II, which in this game is going through an extreme Ice Age. Earth is facing an energy cr more.
  • By on October 16, 2013
    PlayStation
    Review

    Review: PES 2014 (PlayStation 3)

    I have to admit something straight up here, I haven’t played a soccer simulation since Super Soccer for the Super Nintendo back in the 1990s (I have played Super Mario Strikers, but that doesn’t really count), I also have not watched an actual soccer match since my uncle took me to see the Newcastle Jets play in the early 2000s. As Satoru Iwata would say, “please understand” that I appr more.
  • By on October 9, 2013
    Nintendo
    Review

    Review: Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure (Wii U)

    Maxwell is back again, this time in the DC Universe. This is both an awesome blessing, but also a curse to the Scribblenauts franchise. For those not in the know, Scribblenauts stars a young boy named Maxwell. Armed with his magical notebook, Maxwell can conjure just about any object you can think of out of thin air, he can also apply adjectives to these objects. So say if you wanted an “angr more.
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