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SteelSeries Neon Rider Give Away!
We sit down with Remedy to discuss CrossFireX, the acclaimed studio’s upcoming collaboration with Smilegate.
CrossFireX - Remedy on Creating its First FPS Campaign
We fought for the Empire and the Rebellion in our hands-on with Star Wars: Squadrons, and walked away impressed with this spiritual successor to X-Wing vs TIE-Fighter.
Star Wars: Squadrons Hands-On - The Force is Strong
We chat to Hangar 13 about the upcoming remake of 2002 classic Mafia, its beginnings, what’s new, the connection to Mafia II and III and how the team will address the problem of racing.
Mafia: Definitive Edition Interview
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 5th May, 2009
Wolverine packs a serious and bloody for the first furious time in a videogame, and it's an event long overdue. Following in much of the story footsteps of the major motion picture, X-Men Origins: Wolverine unashamedly delivers a bloody action experience, but is also somewhat mindless as a result...
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Review by MikeBantick @ 30th April, 2009
At its heart, Galactrix retains the match three puzzle core that the PuzzleQuest branding demands. But because it is a “space” game, Infinite Interactive wanted a feeling of zero gravity So the hex gem match three game was born.
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Runes of Magic Review (Score: 6.5/10)
PC
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 28th April, 2009
This free-to-play MMO offers a variety of familiar RPG elements in the online realm without the major hit to your bank account. Following closely in line with World of WarCraft design, but adding a few features of its own, Runes of Magic sets a benchmark for all free-to-play games of this nature to follow
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Review by James Cottee @ 17th April, 2009
In squeezing the Resistance experience into the PSP hand-held, Sony Bend was faced with a markedly different design challenge to Insomniac’s task in creating the PS3 original. Whereas Resistance: Fall of Man was designed to show off the rendering potential of Sony‘s flagship console, Retribution's mission is one of deception. Not only must it work within the limitations of the PSP, it must also deliver an experience that bares a passing resemblance to its forbearer...
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Wheelman Review (Score: 6.9/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 15th April, 2009
Vin Diesel stars as the Wheelman, an undercover agent infiltrating the seedy underworld of Barcelona, Spain. As a wheelman, Diesel must perform getaways, escorts, chases and where necessary, severe car combat. A massive game-world with plenty of vehicular-centric level design makes this an enjoyable romp, it just suffers from focusing heavily on one main aspect...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 2nd April, 2009
The latest instalment in the popular movie quiz series offers even more clips and up-to-date questions about your favourite films, actors and genres. Unfortunately a lack of serious challenge and true customisation keeps this product from being as good as it could be. If you like showing off your movie knowledge prowess, however, you're going to enjoy this...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 31st March, 2009
The second DLC pack to arrive for the ever-lasting (and expanding) Fallout 3, The Pitt, sends players out of the Capital Wastes and into the industrial world of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A thriving world exists here with the same morally grey factions we've come to know and expect from the world of Fallout 3. Which side will you align yourself with...
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MadWorld Review (Score: 9.2/10)
WII
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 24th March, 2009
MadWorld marries art, pop-culture, old-school gaming and absolute violence for an over-the-top product of sheer joy. This is gaming at it's most hardcore and on the Nintendo Wii, no less. If you consider yourself a gamer, do yourself a favour and pick this up...
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Patapon 2 Review (Score: 9.0/10)
PSP
Review by James Cottee @ 19th March, 2009
Patapon is unique. Part RTS, part rhythm action game, part one of those fruity Italian animations they used to play on the ABC in the 80s, it presents a game world that is stark, appealing, and utterly mesmerising...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 18th March, 2009
Grand Theft Auto squeezes itself onto the Nintendo DS with stunningly awesome results. Solid gameplay, amazing technology (for the what it is) and all the GTA bells and whistles you'd expect make this arguably the best game on the system...
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Resident Evil 5 Review (Score: 8.9/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 17th March, 2009
The official fifth entrant in the Resident chronology and a true sequel to the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 4, Resi 5 serves up an action-packed rollercoaster ride of stunning visuals, big weapons, bigger bosses and hordes of mind-controlled human/insect symbiotes all vying for your blood. Will you survive?
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Empire: Total War Review (Score: 9.6/10)
PC
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 13th March, 2009
Creative Assembly deliver yet another stellar entrant into the Total War series they're most famous for, this time serving up an even more complex and deep experience that will test the mettle of even the hardest PC gamer...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 13th March, 2009
Nintendo's renewed focus on GameCube classics revitalised to include Wii Remote motion control kicks off with the GameCube party offering, Mario Power Tennis. A fun title for the whole family that unfortunately offers very little in the way of challenge or depth. Other missed opportunities such as onliine play keep this title from maximising both the genre and platform...
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Halo Wars Review (Score: 8.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 10th March, 2009
Ensemble Studios' last title fleshes out the Halo Universe with stunning CG cut-scenes and a great narrative. It also competently lands on the anti-RTS platform in the form of the Xbox 360, but actually works quite well thanks to slightly minimilist design. A great game that does lack some depth, but doesn't necessarily suffer for it...
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Street Fighter 4 Review (Score: 9.8/10)
XBOX360
Review by Dan @ 27th February, 2009
Street Fighter IV is great, there hasn't been a fighting game this enjoyable since the days of MegaDrive and Super Nintendo, when videogame Arcades were still a relevant platform outside of Japan.
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