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  • By on October 23, 2013
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    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 September 25, 2013
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    Review: Grand Theft Auto V (XBOX 360)

    Grand Theft Auto V has a lot riding on its shoulders. The series is known for its liberal use of glorifying crime so much that it has carved out a fan base that no other game genre has managed to do. And with great power comes great responsibility. As the niche fans flock to the game, the sales will undoubtedly impress more traditional gamers to go out and buy the title for themselves. So it's more.
  • By on September 25, 2013
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    Review: Saints Row IV (XBOX 360)

    Open sandbox games are a risky move for any developer. Finding the fun in the game is usually left up to the player and those without a lot of time on their hands may find this objective daunting. Saints Row IV is not immune to this rule but aims high nonetheless. Developers Volition perhaps understand this limitation more than anyone who has braved the genre before and to fill in the gaps betw more.
  • By on September 18, 2013
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    Review: Splinter Cell: Blacklist (XBOX 360)

    Ubisoft’s second recent major release comes in the form of an all-new Splinter Cell game, Splinter Cell: Blacklist. After going rogue for a while, Sam Fisher finds himself back in the bosom of the American Government, leading a brand new black ops team known as the 4th Echelon. His first mission; prevent an international terrorist group known as ‘The Engineers’ from launching a series of more.
  • By on September 11, 2013
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    Review: Rayman Legends (XBOX 360)

    Rayman Legends finally finds its way into the hands of gamers, and despite whatever residual rage you have over the loss of its Wii U-exclusively, you owe it to yourself to play this game. Once again taking the bare bones approach to narrative, Rayman Legends sees the Glade of Dreams overrun by devious nightmares. After sleeping for a 100 years, Rayman and his friends are woken up by Murphy, wh more.
  • By on September 4, 2013
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    Review: Killer is Dead (Xbox 360)

    Much can be said about the convergence of standardised entertainment mediums such as television and video games, and Killer is Dead throws its own two cents on the matter by blending tried and true anime staples with rather conventional video game elements. Killer is Dead follows the story of executioner and hired goon Mondo Zappa who, along with his bosses at the Bryan Execution Firm, must car more.
  • By on August 14, 2013
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    Review: Dark (XBOX 360)

    Dark is the best vampire game I have ever played. Unfortunately for Dark, the only other vampire games I’ve ever played have been Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds and Blade. Dark is a game based on stealth, much like Metal Gear Solid, though I feel dirty writing the two titles in the same sentence. In Dark, you are Eric Bane, who conveniently wakes up with amnesia, and has visions o more.
  • By on July 3, 2013
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    Review: Deadpool (XBOX 360)

    From one licensed franchise to another, High Moon Studios have traded in giant robots with the smart mouthed comic book character Deadpool. And in light of their previous work with Transformers, which aside from some niggling issues can be considered fairly impressive, I'm sad to see High Moon produce what could only be considered a bad game. Suffice to say, Deadpool will only appeal to the mos more.
  • By on June 5, 2013
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    Review: Grid 2 (XBOX 360)

    Grid 2 places its foot firmly to the floor, breaking away from other more well known games in the racing genre. Following a long, five year wait for this sequel to the BAFTA award-winning Race Driver: Grid, has Codemasters been successful in creating a new type of racing experience that is capable of standing out among the Forza, Need for Speed and Gran Turismo’s of the world? We drove thi more.
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