Browsing posts in the ‘Reviews’ category

ProjectDivaF

Review: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F

There have been a lot of rhythm games in recent years, and despite the plastic instruments taking a back seat over the past couple of years the genre remains strong through games such as Rocksmith...

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Luftrausers

Review: Luftrausers

For the past couple of weeks I've been taking to the skies in a tiny aeroplane, getting shot at by lots of other tiny planes and tiny boats, occasionally getting shot at by fairly tiny...

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Review: Steamworld Dig

SteamWorld Dig has finally made it on to the both the PS Vita and the Playstation 4 this month, this around six months after it was released on the hugely successful Nintendo 3DS. Now I'm...

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RocketPVR

Video Review: Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket

With so many people posting game footage online nowadays, and with the latest generation of consoles doing their bit to allow gamers to show off their awesome/awful skills you might think the PVR is on...

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SecondSon

Review: Infamous: Second Son

A week has passed since the hugely successful and much anticipated launch of Sucker Punch's Infamous: Second Son on the Playstation 4, and in that week its been revealed that this game has helped increase...

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LODT

Review: Line of Defense Tactics – Tactical Advantage

Some games are a bugger to put a label on. Line of Defense Tactics is, in the shortest terms, a squad-based real time strategy game based on an upcoming MMO (called Line of Defense) without...

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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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Awesmenauts Assemble

Review: Awesomenauts Assemble!

Back in 2012 saw the release of Awesomenauts on the PS3, 360 and PC, featuring mercenaries fighting for territorial supremacy in the galaxy, and received mostly positive reviews.  As a Multiplayer online battle arena game,...

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StickOfTruth

Review: South Park: Stick of Truth

Let's face it, games based on TV series or films tend to be pretty garbage. With a few exceptions (here's looking at you, Arkham) the announcement of a new game which promises to follow a...

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EDF2025

Review: Earth Defense Force 2025

I’ve spent the last couple of weeks slaying huge ants, battling massive alien mutant bees and spraying all manner of weaponry at whatever Earth Defense Force 2025 can throw at me. Explosions rock the towns...

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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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BrokenAge

Review: Broken Age Act 1

Just when you think we've had enough point and click games, Tim Schafer - the guy (pardon the pun) behind the original Monkey Island games - gets to work on a whole new title to bring...

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RingRunnerFlightOfTheSages

Review: Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages

Top-down twin-stick shooters aren't really something you see too much of nowadays, and when you do, you certainly don't expect to get an enormous sci-fi RPG with 30 hours of story mode, smooth and...

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OlliOlli

Review: OlliOlli

When I see kids skateboarding on the park, practising a simple kickflip and bailing, I have to resist the urge to laugh. I've played Tony Hawk. I've pulled off 1080s, Christ Airs, I've ollied and...

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TinyBrains

Review: Tiny Brains

Tiny Brains from Spearhead Games is a cooperative action puzzler for 1 to 4 players that, without wanting to spoil the rest of the review, is full of great ideas but never quite lives up...

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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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