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AusGamers was given a chance to not only get hands-on with a portion of the multiplayer from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, but to also chat with Sledgehammer's Michael Condrey!
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Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition is now upon us, but it might as well be called "definitive edition". Read our review to find out why - click here!
Resident Evil Within
The Evil Within is creeping up just around the release corner, so we decided to take a look back at Shinji Mikami's incredible Resident Evil 4. Click here for more!
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Wrapping up a tour in Australia and with Summerslam dominating August, we had a chance to chat with the Great White himself, Sheamus! Check it out right here!
Review by JamesPinnell @ 23rd March, 2011
If you’re an Assassins Creed fan and have been holding out for the PC version, you won’t leave disappointed. While the default control system leaves something to be desired, the improved graphics, lower price and bundled DLC make this an easy purchase for those looking to finish the journey they began in AC2...
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Homefront Review (Score: 5.8/10)
PC
Review by nachosjustice @ 18th March, 2011
The real tragedy of Homefront is that it’s not a terrible game. While my score may suggest otherwise, the campaign really should be played for the core things it does right and the multiplayer has enough potential to reward patient players. Unfortunately, there are too many glaring flaws with the game -- both technical and in terms of design -- that drag it back from the heights that it was clearly aiming for.
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Review by AmosHong @ 17th March, 2011
Fight Night Champion is an impressive game and a superb addition to the Fight Night series, with the excellent Champion Mode offering fans an absorbing and entertaining story.
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Dragon Age 2 Review (Score: 8.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 15th March, 2011
Dragon Age 2 gets quite a lot of things right, with a story that is deeply engaging at multiple levels, and featuring a cast of supporting characters that develop over the course of the entire game. The story of becoming the champion of Kirkwall is great to be sure, but the game ultimately falls a bit short on linearity, quest design and repetive dungeons.
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Review by nachosjustice @ 7th March, 2011
At the end of the day, Gaijin has done another solid job of faithfully translating a PC flight simulator franchise to the console world. With a bit more spit and polish as well as a more robust cooperative system (and some people to play with), this title would have been wholly recommendable...
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Rift Review (Score: 9.0/10)
PC
Review by JamesPinnell @ 7th March, 2011
Trion avoids the common MMO traps, makes incremental patches every day and listens intently to its rapidly growing community. If you’re looking for something to pull you away from Blizzard’s behemoth, this could be your ticket out.
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Bulletstorm Review (Score: 7.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by ko-zee-ii @ 7th March, 2011
It makes it so close, yet so far in so many categories, which is surprising for a title that supposedly revels in its balls-to-the-wall attitude. I feel the best way to score it, is to embrace its “three quarters of the way there” mentality and mark it accordingly...
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Review by Grizz @ 3rd March, 2011
Even though this is a Spartan HD remake with sweet bugger all extras added, it’s hard not to be seduced by the perfect-pacing, worthwhile exploration and the distinctly “French” story and setting.
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de Blob 2 Review (Score: 8.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 1st March, 2011
As a sequel the premise of bringing colour to the game world may now seem a little less fresh, but developer Blue Tongue have really shown their skill in building a viable game around this concept that outdoes the original in every way.
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Killzone 3 Review (Score: 8.0/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 22nd February, 2011
Amidst all the first-person shooter comparisons that surround Guerrilla Games’ Killzone series, it turns out its biggest enemy might very well be itself...
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Review by ChadDrake @ 22nd February, 2011
Marvel vs Capcom 3 is a great fighter. It has all the right elements, but is lacking in just that little bit of depth and a deeper online play selection - it will be great for those who like, or are intrigued by fighters but may have been a little too afraid to jump in. If you love your fighting games though, this is still a must-have.
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Gray Matter Review (Score: 7.0/10)
PC
Review by James Cottee @ 8th February, 2011
Creepy, kooky, selectively spooky, Gray Matter confronts the player with the most terrifying thing a gamer can imagine: an adventure game interface...
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Magicka Review (Score: 6.5/10)
PC
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 7th February, 2011
Sure buggy game releases are nothing new, and with the numerous combinations of hardware out there, it comes as no surprise that “0 day” patches have become an industry standard. Magicka is no stranger to random crashes and disconnections, but when it is stable there is definitely a lot of fun to be had with the game’s surprisingly lengthy 13 levels...
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Review by Grizz @ 2nd February, 2011
An experience which continues to boldly go forward (because we still can’t find reverse) ...
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Review by JamesPinnell @ 1st February, 2011
DCUO has a lot of potential, but the sloppy design and lack of polish are holding it back. On one hand, the real-time combat system is a true step forward for the genre and an exciting challenge to any future competitor. But on the other hand, a terrible UI, useless social and communication systems, repetitive questing and limited end game content are just not acceptable when there are so many worthy competitors.
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