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Shank 2 Review (Score: 7.2/10)
PS3
Review by Jickle @ 16th February, 2012
Shank 2 is an enjoyable little slice of action. There’s certainly room for improvement, and a Hard mode that doesn’t remove all the checkpoints would have been appreciated for those who mastered the harder original and will breeze through this one, but it provides enough moments of pure fun to warrant a look...
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The Darkness 2 Review (Score: 7.7/10)
PC
Review by nachosjustice @ 14th February, 2012
It’s a smaller package than the original Darkness and it does have a few black marks, but that doesn’t stop The Darkness II from showing that there’s plenty of life in this franchise. Digital Extremes has backed itself to give a different take on the source material, yet held true to the core of what made the original game such a memorable experience...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 13th February, 2012
There are some issues in the way of variety with enemies, and some missed opportunities for serious survival-horror scares, but on the whole it’s still one of the stronger Resi releases we’ve seen in a while. Definitely worth more than a look in...
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UFC Undisputed 3 Review (Score: 9.1/10)
XBOX360
Review by ko-zee-ii @ 10th February, 2012
With a far more approachable career mode (as well as the title modes and awesome title defense mode which plays out like it sounds), robust and deep combat system, great atmosphere, sexy graphics bolstered by entertaining and spot-on commentary by Rogan and Goldberg, UFC Undisputed 3 is easily the best iteration of the series...
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 9th February, 2012
If you’re looking for some light-hearted swing and miss fun with your mates then this is certainly worth a look, particularly if you’ve got a couple of PlayStation Move controllers lying beside your couch, but if you’re looking for the definitive tennis experience Grand Slam Tennis 2 is lacking compared to other more established offerings.
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 8th February, 2012
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is one hell of a game. It leads the way for action RPGs bringing with it a whole new level of awesomeness to combat without sacrificing expansive plotlines or an incredibly immersive world.
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 31st January, 2012
While the story may still leave something to be desired, the overall graphics, drool-worthy cut-scenes and improvements to the Active Time Battle system are necessary changes to a franchise that is still showing its age and struggling to embrace modern RPG conventions...
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NeverDead Review (Score: 6.3/10)
PS3
Review by Jickle @ 31st January, 2012
NeverDead is the kind of game you want to like more than you actually do. The gimmick is a smart one, it’s quite funny when it wants to be, it’s peppered with cool moments, and it’s a big improvement from the developer’s other recent efforts (Rogue Warrior, anyone?)...
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Quarrel Review (Score: 8.8/10)
XBOX360
Review by Jickle @ 27th January, 2012
Originally released for iOS last year, Quarrel has been described by every single person who played it as “Risk meets Scrabble”, which is about as apt as descriptions come...
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AMY Review (Score: 1.8/10)
XBOX360
Review by James Cottee @ 23rd January, 2012
Every single thing the game tries to do it does badly, yet AMY 's greatest sin is its conceit. Clearly produced with an extremely limited kitty of development resources, its creators tried all the same to make a third-person survival-horror experience on a par with Resident Evil. They failed. Utterly.
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Review by Khel @ 21st December, 2011
BioWare have remarkably pulled a rabbit out of the hat with Star Wars: The Old Republic. While they haven’t revolutionised MMO gameplay as we know it, they have delivered one of the best looking, most playable and most polished MMOs in history -- in fact, a level of polish you just don’t expect from the genre.
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Review by ko-zee-ii @ 16th December, 2011
If you’ve been searching for a Gears of War fix, this DLC has got you covered, taking you back to before E-Day when humanity still had a chance and giving you a look through your enemy’s eyes...
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Rayman Origins Review (Score: 9.2/10)
XBOX360
Review by ChadDrake @ 15th December, 2011
It's not often that games truly deliver in their artistic vision but with Rayman’s creator at the helm, this really is a solid, cohesive and artistic experience...
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Trine 2 Review (Score: 9.0/10)
PC
Review by JamesPinnell @ 8th December, 2011
For the most part, Trine 2 is more of slight evolution than a revolution, but that’s hardly something to complain about. It’s a game with few real weaknesses, is accessible to players of any calibre, and provides hours of entertainment for those who like to go solo or play with friends.
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Review by AmosHong @ 5th December, 2011
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games includes a great variety of mini-games that are highly fun to play, as well some of your favourite characters from the Mario and Sonic universe. This game is the perfect title to pull out when you have a bunch of friends over at your place...
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