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Review by MikeBantick @ 19th June, 2009
Time for the folk at West Wallaby Way to embark on the third of their four episodic Grand Adventures. This time around however events move away from town a little further than before.
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Prototype Review (Score: 6.7/10)
XBOX360
Review by Dan @ 17th June, 2009
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction and the Spider-man games; a sandbox free-roaming action title with a huge host of new character abilities the freedom of newIP allows. You are Alex Mercer, a victim of science experiments gone catastrophically wrong that have left you mutated with a host of superhuman powers and an unfortunate bout of memory loss.
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Review by MikeBantick @ 10th June, 2009
The second of four planned Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventures has been released, and returning for this episode are the titular bumbling inventor and his faithful hound.
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inFAMOUS Review (Score: 6.9/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 27th May, 2009
inFAMOUS arrives as a PlayStation 3 exclusive that offers up a very mixed bag of gameplay wrought with frustration and fun. Unfortunately the latter comes in very small doses while the former reigns most of the experience supreme. Marred by dated visuals and unbelievably bad AI, inFAMOUS might actually be forgotten a lot sooner than its namesake would have you believe...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 22nd May, 2009
An unfortunate example of why the videogame movie license stigma still exists. How can such a revered, iconic cult universe be left behind so far in the world of videogames? The mind boggles and makes us think we deserve the impending apocalypse of the machines...
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Zombie Wranglers Review (Score: 6.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by MikeBantick @ 22nd May, 2009
More zombies for the undead lovers out there to interact with. This time on Xbox Live Arcade, wrangling them up with a host of tools and goodies. But have we overexposed ourselves to their brain-craving ways?
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 14th May, 2009
The second Fable 2 downloadable content pack once again gives players more dungeons to crawl through, unique items to collect and quests to accept. Does it expand the game as completely as it should though....
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Review by MikeBantick @ 13th May, 2009
Those delightful claymation characters Wallace & Gromit have successfully leaped from TV show to cinema and now make their debut in an old-school point-and-click adventure video game.
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Buzz: Brain of Oz Review (Score: 7.8/10)
PS3
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 12th May, 2009
The popular Buzz quiz game gets the Aussie treatment with a slightly more skewed Oz tint to the overall questions. Once again headed by Buzz himself, there's a decidedly tongue-in-cheek feel to this one since the voice of Buzz is good old Jason Donavan...
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Banjo-Tooie XBLA Review (Score: 8.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 12th May, 2009
The classic Rare platforming sequel, Banjo-Tooie, has landed on the Xbox Live Marketplace for Xbox Live Arcade, and is as good as ever thanks to a HD upscaling, the inclusion of Achievements and Leaderboards and a prefectly intact play experience...
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Review by MikeBantick @ 12th May, 2009
Really - is there anything wrong with the tried and true method of using a hair brush and mirror? Well apparently in today’s modern age people demand more ways to get across their lack of singing ability. Luckily many take the SingStar path rather than trying out for Australian Idol...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 7th May, 2009
The final chapter in the planned three downloadable episodes for Fallout 3, Broken Steel, expands the level cap 30 and allows players to re-exist in the Capital Wasteland. Does it expand upon every decision you made in the game from the start? Unfortunately no, but there's plenty of dynamic afterthought to digest nonetheless...
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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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