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Review by Dan @ 25th November, 2011
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword’s strength lies squarely in the wide array of items and the meticulously crafted dungeons that exploit all of these variables in challenging and creative ways. If you can push through the gruelling introductory quests and let your technical expectations regress a few years, there’s a worthwhile experience waiting on the other side.
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Review by ChadDrake @ 24th November, 2011
So there hasn’t been much of an expansion in game modes with the new outing, which is a shame, so it’ll depend on whether you own the original release or not, or just how invested you are in the mechanics -- and potential -- of the series on the whole as to whether or not this is worth forking out any cash for...
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 18th November, 2011
But this is still a solid game, one that no doubt benefits from co-op, which it seems to have been designed for in a bid to recreate the feeling of a fellowship as seen in the first film of the trilogy...
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Review by Patch @ 18th November, 2011
Saints Row: The Third is The Jersey Shore of videogames: fake, stupid, garish and endlessly amusing in a terrible and compulsive way. You’ll hate yourself for loving it, but it won’t stop you from coming back for more. Throw it on at a party and watch people tear themselves apart in laughter...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 16th November, 2011
All told, racing fans, or fans of arcade racers will get something out of this, though I can’t commit myself to recommend it for purchase during this busy Holiday season with so much other awesomeness around. You’ll find moments of driving glory nestled among a lot of filler or arbitrary ‘story’, and it’s these nuggets that make you wish for the series to return to its successful past...
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Review by JamesPinnell @ 15th November, 2011
It’s unfair to lambast the game for these complaints, because the title is well made and it’s a decent homage to one of the arcade racing greats. But I struggled to find a point to its existence outside of a Museum exhibit dedicated to gaming past...
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Review by pdstaffrd @ 15th November, 2011
So make no mistake, this is an enjoyable ride for those who have invested their time and money into the series. Its world is well crafted, and the variety in gameplay keeps things interesting for the 15-20 hours you’ll devote to the main story. But be weary – for a game called Revelations there are very few to be found until the end...
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Review by nachosjustice @ 15th November, 2011
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Halo: Combat Evolved -- a launch title for the original Xbox -- Microsoft thought it wise to remake the popular shooter and see if they could get Halo fans to part with more dollars.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 11th November, 2011
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a game that will keep hardened gamers playing for months, maybe longer if Bethesda’s expected DLC is anything to go by, and right now I can’t see myself walking away from the game with anything less than 200 hours of gameplay under my belt...
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 9th November, 2011
Coming in at the price of a movie ticket, inFamous: Festival of Blood may be a little short in length at about 3-4 hours to complete the story and grab all collectibles and trophies, but the pacing and story feels just right...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 8th November, 2011
Basically, all you need to know to really understand what’s going on is that Makarv is bad, the Russians have invaded the US and are attempting to do the same to the rest of the world’s major powers and that you, as a handful of known and unknown soldiers, have to do whatever it takes to recoil the international threat that is the Ultranationalists and get some freaking revenge for the death of Ghost in Modern Warfare 2...
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Review by butters @ 8th November, 2011
Sadly his penchant for death-defying web-slinging through the skyscrapers of New York has been replaced by button-bashing melee combat and the most repetitive and cliched gameplay design that you will see this holiday period, if not this year...
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Review by pdstaffrd @ 4th November, 2011
Even if you're not a Warhammer fan, there’s a lot to like here. The swift and graphically violent gameplay makes you feel incredibly powerful, but maintains a consistent challenge. Despite taking itself a little too seriously than it needs to, this is a fun adventure worth experiencing. For the Emperor!
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 4th November, 2011
As Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3 duke it out for FPS supremacy, take time out and give this reboot a whirl. It offers a different kind of multiplayer and a robust smattering of solo missions to keep any international man of mystery occupied for hours on end.
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Review by nachosjustice @ 26th October, 2011
All 4 One's strengths are the constant diversity of the level design and, even more impressively, the gameplay. There are other minor issues but the overall package is surprisingly impressive given the genre, and it’s a hell of a lot of fun when played cooperatively.
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