Browsing posts in the ‘Playstation 3’ category

GroundZeroes

Review: Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes

When you talk about the stealth genre of games, it's hard not to think about Metal Gear Solid. For the past 15 years gamers have been nervously sneaking through corridors, dodging security cameras, tranquilising enemy...

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Lego Movie

Review: The Lego Movie Videogame

How many movies can say they’ve had a video game based on them that was actually any good? I’d argue not many, and despite the best efforts of the teams developing the Arkham and South...

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WalkingDeadSeason2

Review: The Walking Dead Series 2, Episode 2: A House Divided

They keep doing it. Telltale Games seem to be able to pump out game after game without them getting boring, tiresome or lacking in excitement. With The Walking Dead hitting such a peak at the...

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Castlevania 2

Review: Castlevania: Lord of Shadows 2

Lord of Shadows 2 starts in such a way that you'd easily think the surprising hit from last time round had ramped everything up to 11, poured a large bucket of awesome goo over it...

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Wolf

Review: The Wolf Among Us – Episode 2

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The Wolf Among Us surprised a few people when it was released last month, and with the fascinating mix between fairy story and murder mystery it's bound to carry on surprising people who come into...

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WalkingDeadSeason2

Review: The Walking Dead Series 2, Episode 1: All That Remains

Roughly 18 months ago I started a journey on my PS3 the repeatedly tugged at my heartstrings, agonising decision by agonising decision. Telltale's Walking Dead series told a tale of Clementine, a young girl whose...

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Fuse

Review: Fuse

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Insomniac pleased a lot of people when they announced a multiplatform title, putting an end to their Sony exclusivity. After the success of the Resistance and Ratchet & Clank series the idea of everyone having...

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gt6

Gran Turismo 6: What We’d Like to See

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With the GT Academy now available for PS3 owners to download, we finally have our first proper impressions of the upcoming Gran Turismo 6. People have their own opinions on what we've seen so far,...

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DiggsNightcrawler

Review: Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler

Sony's Wonderbook had a bit of a rocky start to its life. While the Book of Spells certainly gave a decent demo of how the Wonderbook peripheral worked, its briefness and shallow link to the...

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Guacamelee

Review: Guacamelee

If I had a quid for every game I'd played where a Mexican farmer gets killed before being brought back to live by a magic wrestling mask, only to get the ability to turn into...

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CallOfJuarezGunslinger

Review: Call of Juarez – Gunslinger

With the current gaming market saturated by first person shooters, a game only gets notice if it has some sort of originality, mind-blowing visuals or contains the word "duty" somewhere in the title. While the...

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LastOfUsReview

Review: The Last of Us

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Those of you who regularly read our reviews will know I'm a sucker for a good story in a game. There's something about influencing the outcome of a beautifully written script, feeling the attachment to...

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GRiD-2

Review: GRID2

There have been quite a few racers released during the current generation of consoles, and yet none of them really captured the excitement of Codemasters' GRID. With a challenging single player campaign and some awesome...

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Dragonborn DLC Arrives for PS3 Skyrim Owners

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Want some good news, Skyrim fans? The English language version of Dragonborn is now available to PS3 users in Europe and can be downloaded from the PlayStation Store for 50% off (

TheCave

Review: The Cave

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If you are a gamer of, shall we say, "a certain age", then the news that Ron Gilbert has returned to the adventure genre will be music to your ears. Not only is Ron "back"...

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PSN

PS3 Finally Getting a YouTube App

Good news for those of you who like to search for cats falling off cupboards... From the 11th February, the YouTube application will be available as a free download via the XMB, in...

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Lego-Lord-of-the-Rings

Review: Lego The Lord of the Rings

The gaming world asked, and the gaming world got. After a teasing wait Lego Lord of the Rings has arrived, bringing with it an experience far closer to the films than any Lego game has...

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AllStarsBattleRoyale

Review: Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale

So PlayStation All-stars Battle Royale bounces onto the rapidly saturating Fighting Game scene from a slightly different angle to anything that has come before. Boasting a healthy sized roster of readymade fan-favourites and a unique...

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Big Sky Infinity

Review: Big Sky Infinity

One stick moves your craft. The other determines where you'll be shooting stuff. Sound familiar? That's because it's been the formula for pretty much every dual stick shooter throughout the past generation of console gaming....

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