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Micro Machines World Series Review - Vroom For Improvement
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 23rd March, 2012
Honestly, I’m hard-pressed to pitch this as any sort of purchase to anyone. Even die-hard Resi fans (of which I am actually one), ought to steer clear...
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Ninja Gaiden 3 Review (Score: 7.3/10)
PS3
Review by nachosjustice @ 22nd March, 2012
Ninja Gaiden isn’t a perfect experience, but it’s accessible for newcomers and boasts an addictive gameplay formula that goes a long way to forgiving its detractors...
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Shoot Many Robots Review (Score: 7.8/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 21st March, 2012
It’s easy for many to dismiss Shoot Many Robots due to its repetitive nature, but seriously, what modern day shooter isn’t repetitive? Those that stick with it and delve a little deeper will find a diamond in the rough offering hours upon hours of shootery fun...
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Journey Review (Score: 9.3/10)
PS3
Review by ko-zee-ii @ 20th March, 2012
Journey makes you feel like a leaf on the wind, helpless in the face of adversity -- small in the grand scheme of things. Embrace the elements, give yourself over to it and soar to new heights...
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 19th March, 2012
But in the end the overall appeal, like with any expansion, lies with fans of the original, and does very little to try and win new players into the fold. But with Shogun 2 scoring top marks across the board from both critics and fans alike, this is not necessarily a bad thing, so ‘Fall of the Samurai’ comes highly recommended...
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SSX Review (Score: 7.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by Naren @ 19th March, 2012
With vast amounts of fun terrain to explore in whatever mode pushes your SSX riding, strap in, drop in and shred it out...
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FIFA Street Review (Score: 8.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by Jickle @ 19th March, 2012
While the mainline FIFA series is capable of consuming your entire life, FIFA Street is more likely to simply steal away your weekends. It’s a companion piece, not aiming to draw in a whole new audience, but rather offering fans of FIFA something a bit different from the annual update they’ve come to love...
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I Am Alive Review (Score: 7.1/10)
XBOX360
Review by nachosjustice @ 9th March, 2012
The somewhat ambiguous ending leaves it open for a sequel, and I hope Ubisoft Shanghai is given the opportunity to push their formula further, albeit with a whole lot more spit and polish.
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Mass Effect 3 Review (Score: 9.8/10)
XBOX360
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 7th March, 2012
Mass Effect 3 is a piece of interactive art at the highest level and a perfect crescendo to one of the great sci-fi dramas of our time. An absolute must-buy...
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Twisted Metal Review (Score: 8.3/10)
PS3
Review by ko-zee-ii @ 5th March, 2012
If you’re like me and have never taken Twisted Metal out for a test drive, this is the perfect jump off point to begin your love affair with it.
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Nexuiz Review (Score: 4.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by JamesPinnell @ 1st March, 2012
Let’s face it - all of the handicaps in the world, from auto-aim to splash damage, can’t make an arena shooter work properly on a console. It’s just wrong, and just like fitting an obese man into a Barina - just because it’s possible, doesn’t mean it should be attempted...
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Binary Domain Review (Score: 7.6/10)
PS3
Review by ko-zee-ii @ 29th February, 2012
It’s rare that a title sneaks right up on you and offers intense visceral gunplay, an intriguing consequence system and poses philosophical questions that leave you pondering the possibilities once you put down the controller. Binary Domain manages to juggle these aspects rather well, not outstandingly or brilliantly, but compellingly enough that I found it hard to walk away...
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Asura's Wrath Review (Score: 7.0/10)
XBOX360
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 29th February, 2012
There’s definitely an audience for a game like this, a story-driven interactive experience that opts for bombastic action and spectacle as opposed to taking place in the real-world as a police or crime procedural, and for that reason, and that particular audience, Asura’s Wrath comes highly recommended...
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Review by Jickle @ 27th February, 2012
It’s easy to praise American Nightmare for what it is, but it’s also hard to ignore what it’s not: the proper Alan Wake sequel we’re clamouring for. It’s a game constrained by form, obviously meant as a stopgap in which Remedy can test out a few new ideas without having to craft an entire new game around them...
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Syndicate Review (Score: 8.9/10)
PC
Review by nachosjustice @ 24th February, 2012
No matter which way you cut it, Australia really missed out on the first best FPS title of 2012. The list of cons seems minor in comparison to Syndicate’s overall win for linear shooter experiences.
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