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Bayonetta Review (Score: 8.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 7th January, 2010
Bayonetta is one of the zaniest, most fast-paced and chaotic action games of all time. If you can stand to partake in a ballet of chaos and maintain some semblence of sanity, you're going to seriously enjoy this outrageous romp...
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Darksiders Review (Score: 9.4/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 30th December, 2009
Darksiders is that rare kind of game that comes along only once in a while; a game that succesfully carries its collective hearts on a sleeve designed with a true understanding of the videogame craft. Fantastical, engaging, challenging and most of all, fun...
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EyePet Review (Score: 7.7/10)
PS3
Review by MikeBantick @ 18th December, 2009
Sony’s Studio London has attempted to reinvigorate Eye Toy on the PlayStation 3 with Eye Pet, a kind of Tamagotchi for tech-clued in kids. Kids that perhaps don’t have access to real, um... monkey-dogs.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 18th December, 2009
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks continues the brilliant tradition of immersive gameplay the franchise is so renowned for while introducing enough new stuff to keep it utterly invigorating...
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Wolfenstein Review (Score: 6.0/10)
PC
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 8th December, 2009
Regardless of your stance on Nazis, one thing is pretty clear, occult Nazis are more fun than non-occult Nazis. For one thing their accents are more comical (see: overuse of 'ze' for 'the' and 'zis' for 'this'), and secondly they always tend to play (see: meddle) with forces they do not understand...
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The Saboteur Review (Score: 6.5/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 4th December, 2009
Bare boobs, drunken Irish freedom-fighters and a city shrowded in Nazi darkness are all part of the same finale for Aussie developer Pandemic, in their swansong opus, The Sabotuer...
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Review by James Cottee @ 2nd December, 2009
This game isn't quite the return of Dungeon Keeper; it's more an exercise in triage than clinical strategy. But it's still unique. Invasion of Privacy, Badman! stands apart in a world of knock-offs and re-runs...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 1st December, 2009
Serious Sam is back, and this time he's in high-definition (and looking amazing as a result). But if you were hoping for an all-new experience, you're going to be annoyed because this outing is exactly the same as his first - only prettier...
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Review by ChadDrake @ 20th November, 2009
Nintendo are clever enough to know that nostalgia and Super Mario Bros are inseparable, and they have blended the two perfectly. All the newer gameplay additions have been incorporated whilst maintaining the core side-scrolling gameplay - and adding four-player multiplayer - what's not to love?
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Shattered Horizon Review (Score: 6.9/10)
PC
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 20th November, 2009
Zero-G, a shattered moon and disenfranchised factions is all it takes to create a perfect online multiplayer FPS setting, which is exactly what videocard benchmark specialists, Futuremark, have done with Shattered Horizon...
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Left 4 Dead 2 Review (Score: 5.0/10)
PC
Review by blahnana @ 19th November, 2009
Fighting against two opposing forces (ie modified and non-modified), AusGamers brings you a comprehensive look at Left 4 Dead 2 in review form based on the way the game was meant to be played...
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Review by James Cottee @ 19th November, 2009
If you told someone a year ago that the iconic Star Wars Battlefront series was coming to the Nintendo DS, you could have expected an incredulous response. "What? One of the most complex, dynamic, and sophisticated game franchises ever to bear the Star Wars name is coming to the most low-fi, low-spec game system on the market? Do you think me a fool? They may as well make Battlefront for the Atari 2600!"
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 18th November, 2009
Assassin's Creed II is a fine example of thoughtful structure, and of developers listening to their audience. The sales pitch here really is that there's so much more to this game than there was in the first and anyone who thought of it as repetitive, will be more than surprised with the variety and its structure...
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Review by MikeBantick @ 18th November, 2009
Electronic Art’s NBA Live 10 goes up against close rival, 2K Game’s NBA 2K10 this year. Each game will have its devotees, but what about those of us looking for a Basketball video game for the first time? How do we decide which of these we will enjoy the most?
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Review by MikeBantick @ 18th November, 2009
2K Game’s NBA 2K10 goes up against close rival, Electronic Art’s NBA Live 10 this year. Each game will have its devotees, but what about those of us looking for a Basketball video game for the first time? How do we decide which of these we will enjoy the most?
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