There’s definite substance below the shiny neon ‘80s surface.
Crossing Souls Review - Capturing the Feel of 80s Spielberg
The expansion to Civilization VI is available now, and it's a definite return to form. Our full review!
Civilization VI: Rise and Fall - A Golden Age for Simulation
We journey deep into the forest in search of monsters. To hunt. And to find the right ingredients for a kick-ass stew.
Monster Hunter World Reviewed!
Ubisoft hasn't given up on their epic origins opus yet. Or on its main character, Bayek, as we explore in this review of the first major DLC for the game.
Assassin's Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones Review!
Mass Effect Review (Score: 9.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by Dan @ 3rd December, 2007
While there's undoubtedly room for improvement in many facets of Mass Effect's gameplay, the storytelling element completely overwhelms them. In this reviewer's opinion, this is a game that rivals film and novel in its ability to tell a tale. Hands down the best Role Playing Game available on console today.
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Assassin's Creed Review (Score: 8.8/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 20th November, 2007
Trounce through 12th century Holy Land as master assassin Altair. Leaping from rooftops and taking out high-profile city officials is all in a day's work for our man of mystery. Speaking of which, Assassin's Creed holds one big mystery...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 14th November, 2007
Mario is officially back in this, arguably the greatest collective platforming game ever crafted. Shoot through the galaxy in search of the ever elusive stars needed to return Princess Peach by Mario's side from the clutches of the never-learns-his-lesson, Bowser, King of the Koopas...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 14th November, 2007
Call of Duty 4 takes players out of the WWII settings of the previous games an into Modern Warfare. Stunning in presentation and thick in action, Call of Duty 4 delivers one of the most gratifying single-player fps experiences ever, and then there's the multiplayer...
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Review by Dan @ 12th November, 2007
Guitar Hero 3 is a worthy addition to the franchise that offers much more than just new songs and a number iteration. The gameplay still offers that winning combination of both casual accessibility and hardcore challenges that made the series what it is and the addition of online play adds a whole new dimension...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 6th November, 2007
The last instalment in a near-perfect gaming trilogy, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption gives us an even deeper look into the alien-riddled world of Samus Aran with the best console FPS controls ever crafted. Beautiful design, plenty of challenge and amazing boss battles make this a must-have for any Wii owner
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 1st November, 2007
The Legend of Zelda has been shrunk down to DS size for this, the true sequel to the memorable GameCube Zelda romp, The Wind Waker. Excellent visuals for Nintendo's little handheld coupled with unbelievable controls make this massive pint-sized adventure an absolute must-have for the DS...
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Folklore Review (Score: 6.5/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 31st October, 2007
The PS3 tries its hands at off-the-wall Japanese action/RPG stuff with Folklore, a game set in between the realms of the living and dead in Ireland. Some pretty visuals and great voice-acting work hard to save this game, but too many gameplay flaws leave us wanting a bit more...
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The Orange Box Review (Score: 10.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by Dan @ 29th October, 2007
If we had reviewed all these games separately, you'd be looking at high 8s and 9s out of 10. Rating on the merits of value - they don't come any better than this. If you only buy one disc this year, you'd do well to make it The Orange Box...
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SEGA Rally Revo Review (Score: 8.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 18th October, 2007
Sega return to form in one of the most enjoyable arcade racing romps to hit the Xbox 360 yet. Stunning visuals and an easy-to-learn, difficult-to-master gameplay mechanic will keep you coming back for more and more...
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skate. Review (Score: 9.0/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 17th October, 2007
EA comes to the skating table with a revolutionary title aptly named skate. Here the world is your skating oyster and the advanced and innovative 'flickit' controls give an entirely new sensation to videogame skateboarding. Add to that some of the best animations ever seen in this type of game and absolute freedom and you have a clear winner...
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Review by Dan @ 5th October, 2007
Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80s is ultimately nothing more than 30 new songs to play in a near year-old game. If you're a GH veteran looking for fresh tunes and new challenges, make your decision after first reading the track list...
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Super Paper Mario Review (Score: 8.5/10)
WII
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 5th October, 2007
Yes the game is incredibly cutesy, and yes it looks a bit gimmicky, but for anyone who has followed this series since its humble beginnings on the N64, you’ll know that the Paper Mario games are among the most enjoyable Plumber-clad adventures ever crafted from Nintendo...
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Heavenly Sword Review (Score: 6.5/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 2nd October, 2007
Ninja Theory brings an emotionally unique title to the PS3 in the form of Heavenly Sword. Unfortunately much of this emotion is lost on the game's obvious tainting from the God of War series. Still, familiarity aside, there is much to find in this game, and anyone who has never played a God of War title will definitely enjoy it...
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Review by Dan @ 28th September, 2007
Splash Damage and id Software crew have done a commendable job creating a lush, complete game that they enjoy playing. If you like faster paced FPS action with a team play element and decent amount of depth, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is well worth checking out...
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