On-hand at the recent Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reveal event and went all in on story, battle royale, and multiplayer.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 - The Big Interview
Obsidian's latest is a truly epic RPG full of high-seas exploration, wonderful writing, and memorable moments.
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Review - A High-Seas Classic
Gruesome and fun zombie-apocalypse survival, but also bug-ridden and poorly optimised.
State of Decay 2 Review
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 16th September, 2008
Unleash your inner Force with Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, a bridging tale set between Star Wars Episode III and Episode IV that reveals the beginnings of the Rebellion and shows the truly evil nature of the Empire. Will you wage war on the forces of good as an agent of evil, or is redemption just around the corner?
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 26th August, 2008
Turn your lounge room into an operating room with the Wii's first medical sim. Trauma Center: Second Opinion is a beefed up port of the classic DS title, Trauma Center: Under The Knife and introduces new gameplay elements as well as intuitive use of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk. Do you have what it takes to save lives? Read our review for more!
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Soul Calibur 4 Review (Score: 7.0/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 19th August, 2008
A similar game to those that have come before, Soul Calibur IV's biggest offerings are frustrating online gameplay and Star Wars characters fans don't seem to want. Is it time for the series to undergo a big change?
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Top Spin 3 Review (Score: 7.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 4th August, 2008
One of the deepest and most rewarding tennis games ever crafted that might just be too ambitious for its own good. For all the depth of the game's mechanics, picking it up and learning to play can be a real challenge that will likely scare many away. Check out our review to see if it's the sort of game you're willing to invest in...
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Review by Dan @ 14th July, 2008
EA and DICE have done a commendable job of compacting the best parts of the popular Battlefield series and bundling it with an entertaining narrative. Battlefield Bad Company is a much more attractive console game than any straight-up port of a PC Battlefield title could be; A worthwhile purchase for any first person shooter fan looking for a bit of light-hearted fast-paced explosive action.
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Review by Dan @ 3rd July, 2008
For those holding out for that one must have PlayStation 3 exclusive title to justify the shiny machine's unfaltering price, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots may or may not be the answer. While it may be an exceptional work of art and a material example of the PS3's technical capabilities, you'll either enjoy it, or you won’t.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 3rd July, 2008
Square-Enix retool the Japanese RPG blueprint here with an action/RPG hybris riddled with Japanese pop music that may or may not be the death of you. Looking past a questionable soundtrack reveals an interesting game that works pretty well on the DS with a funky art-style and great story...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 2nd July, 2008
Guitar Hero shrunk down for pure portability. Does it have the chops to stand up against its older home-console brothers? Or is this just a typical Activision move to keep the Guitar Hero cash machine in motion? You'll have to head into our review to find out...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 27th June, 2008
Command & Conquer 3 continues its outpour of narrative with Kane's Wrath, a follow up to Tiberium Wars where you help the Nod prophet Kane rebuild his empire in a atempt to control the Tiberium spread across Earth. Landing on console also, how does the RTS genre stand-up under the TV as opposed to the desktop, head into our review to find out...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 26th June, 2008
An expansion to Warhammer: Mark of Chaos, Battle March sees the addition of two new playable factions and an all-nee single-player campaign. This is definitely one for die-hard Warhammer players...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 25th June, 2008
The PC stalwart, Civilzation, makes its way onto home-console with Civilzation Revolution a more fast-paced, accessible Civ outing that seems well suited to the console market. How does it fare against its older PC brother? check out our review for the full details...
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Review by Dan @ 20th June, 2008
Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures gets the thumbs up. It's different enough from other popular MMOs to stake its own claim in the genre. If you consider that there are two parts to an MMORPG, the initial purchase and the ongoing subscription – For an RPG fan, Age of Conan is well worthy of step one. Step two? Well that's up to you and the 30 days you get with the game should be plenty of time to figure that out.
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Ninja Gaiden 2 Review (Score: 7.8/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 12th June, 2008
The adventures of master Ninja, Ryu Hayabusa, have returened in gloriously bloody form for Xbox 360 with Ninja Gaiden II. Learn devastating combos, Ninpo magic and upgrade various Ninja weapons in the fight against the Black Spider Clan and the Archfiends...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 10th June, 2008
The Bourne Conspiracy attempts to tie all three films together with some minor plot branching here and there and a focus on remaining true to the visual style of the films. However, it fails to do so and as a result of paralleling too close to the film offers nothing more than a rigid, confined gameplay experience
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 6th June, 2008
In the latest Lego videogame instalment, developer Traveller's Tales has taken on the iconic Indiana Jones trilogy spanning Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom and The Last Crusade in what is arguably their best effort yet...
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