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Review: Tour de France 2014

The Tour de France. A long, exhausting endurance race carried out over hundreds upon hundreds of miles. It's a slow, tactical slog where an individual rider isn't as important as the team as a whole....

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Destiny

Destiny Pre-Orders Get Vanguard Bonus

High above the City, in the Hall of Guardians, The Vanguard keep watch over Guardians in the wild, arming the best warriors with the upgraded weapons they need to destroy our most dangerous enemies. Fans...

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GridAutosport

Review: GRID Autosport

It's easy to argue that Codemasters have been a leading force in racing games for quite some time now, and while there have been a few hiccups long the way the underlying quality has always...

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Sacred3

Deep Silver Show Sacred 3′s Co-op Humour

Deep Silver have released a new trailer for Sacred 3 that shows off the co-op and humour which the Sacred franchise has always been known for. Returning fans and new players will enjoying fighting back...

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Risen3

Risen 3 Screens Show Plenty of Variety

When we reviewed Risen 2 a while back a few things disappointed us, so we're naturally looking forward to seeing what Risen 3 has to offer when it's released next month. Meanwhile, we've got a...

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ValiantHearts

Review: Valiant Hearts

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We all know that World War 1 was a pretty horrific event, costing millions of lives and changing the face of the world forever. But what of the other side of the story, the friendships,...

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g4me-one

Hardware Review: Sennheiser G4ME ONE Headset

Sennheiser’s G4ME ONE headset is, without a shadow of a doubt, a beautiful piece of kit. From the moment you open the box and see the white headset with subtle flashes of red you know...

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NASCAR14

Review: NASCAR ’14

I've never really understood NASCAR. From a non-supporters point of view there's a bunch of over 40 cars driving round a banked oval for hundreds of laps, with a crazy scramble at the end which...

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BlueEstate

Blue Estate: Meet Tony Luciano

Blue Estate is hitting the PSN this week, and looks pretty interesting so far. In the video below meet one of the two protagonists of the game, Tony Luciano, demonstrating - with a lot of style and...

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Murdered Soul Suspect

Review: Murdered: Soul Suspect

At a time when many developers are choosing to play it safe and stick to reliable game styles that just so happen to look a bit different to other games, it's refreshing whenever a game...

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Watch-Dogs

Review: Watch_Dogs

Not long ago we published a preview of Watch_Dogs, pitching it as the potential moment when games swung sharply into the new generation of consoles and showed the world exactly what was possible when you...

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BoundByFlame

Review: Bound by Flame

With the new generation of consoles still finding their feet in terms of a broad spectrum of gaming, the opportunity is very much in place for some lesser known titles to nip in and steal...

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SniperElite3

Sniper Elite 3 Shows Off Slow-Mo Gameplay

Sniper Elite 2 was good fun, if a little laborious at times. Sniper Elite 3 looks to build on the series, offering the same slow motion internal organ explosions seen in the previous titles, as...

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TitanAttacks

Review: Titan Attacks!

If I told you there was a new game available which took strong inspiration from Space Invaders, I suspect your response would be somewhere near the bottom of the excitement scale. And why wouldn't it?...

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Wolf

Review: The Wolf Among Us – Episode 3

Things are starting to get a bit nasty. With death in the air, corruption starting to show its face and too many questions left unanswered The Wolf Among Us is most definitely not an everyday fairy...

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LegoHobbit

Review: Lego The Hobbit

It's getting progressively tougher to talk about the Lego games in a new and unique way. Every few months the Lego machine manages to pump out a new game based on one of the latest...

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FM-Classic-2014

Review: Football Manager Classic 2014

A few months ago we featured a review of Football Manager 2014 on the PC, and just as we've been doing every year since about 1994 got totally addicted in both the full mode and...

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PureChess

Review: Pure Chess (PS4)

There's not a lot you can say about chess that hasn't been said before. It's a game of skill, deep thought and forward planning. It's a coming together of minds, a mental battle to see...

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Fez

Review: Fez

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Fez was one of the surprise hits on the Xbox 360 when it hit the console a while back, and now Playstation gamers can enjoy the level spinning fun of an incredible pixel art 3D...

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