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Review: Tales from the Borderlands: Episode One – Zer0 Sum

When they announced Tales of the Borderlands, Telltale managed to hook in two sets of gamers. On the one hand you had  the fans of their episodic adventure game style, those who...

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BeyondEarth

Review: Civilization: Beyond Earth

If you've played a Civilization game before, especially Civ 5, you'll know what to expect with Beyond Earth. It carries the same addictive gameplay, the same tricky decision of making friends or...

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DragonAgeInquisition

Review: Dragon Age Inquisition

It's taken some time to play enough of Dragon Age Inquisition to make an informed review. It's a big game, massive in fact. The storyline is long and twisting, the locations are...

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DriveClub

Review: Driveclub (After the Big Update)

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If there's one way to make sure your game will have problems when it's launched, then make it revolve entirely around online features. Driveclub did exactly that, focussing on multiplayer racing, online...

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TheCrew

Review: The Crew

Putting it as briefly as possible, The Crew is a massive racing game full of challenges, an enormous main campaign and a playing area which allows some of the more demanding races...

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LegoBatman3

Review: Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham takes on the role as the latest title from Traveller's Tales, in a series which has taken off far more than most people ever thought possible. The...

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PES2015

Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2015

Playing this year's Pro Evo has given me a huge question to ask myself, and one which I still haven't entirely settled on an answer for: if gameplay should be the crucial...

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Ultimax

Review: Persona 4 Ultimax

If there's one thing fighting game developers adore, its updates. As much as they love a sequel, the chance to add extra characters, stages and systems to an existing tried and tested...

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GameOfThrones

Review: Game Of Thrones – Season 1, Episode 1

OK, let's start this review by stating the obvious:- If you are a fan of TellTale Games and Game of Thrones, you already know if this game is for you. In fact...

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WWE 2k15

Review: WWE 2K15

I have been excited about WWE 2K15 on the new consoles for a long time. I wrote our preview a few months ago, and even played a build at Eurogamer Expo this year....

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Minutes

Review: Minutes

"Just one more minute." That phrase has a whole new meaning with Minutes, the latest indie hit to grace PSN. I first encountered Minutes with a two screen demo (one PS4, one...

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Far Cry 4

Review: Far Cry 4

I'm running away again. I seem to do this at the beginning of a lot of open world games nowadays. This time my bus has been attacked, and my guide and I...

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Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

It's not unfair to say that Call of Duty has lost its way a little in recent years. A constant battle of one-upmanship between Infinity Ward and Treyarch has left the series...

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Rocksmith2014

Review: Rocksmith 2014 (PS4)

Just over a year ago we reviewed Rocksmith 2014, the latest in Ubisoft's fledgling music game series. Aimed every much as a learning tool as opposed to a plastic-instrument clickalong, Rocksmith 2014...

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TinyTroopers

Review: Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops

Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops comes to the Vita after enjoying good success on mobiles and tablets, but don't let that be a reason to dismiss it immediately. While it's true that many...

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Assassins Creed Unity

Review: Assassin’s Creed Unity

Last year Ubisoft shook up the Assassin's Creed formula with a step back down the series timeline and a bit of pirate action in the Caribbean. AC4: Black Flag then got a...

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killallzombies

Review: #killallzombies

"Looks like we have reached the end, I don't want to live again" That sounds bleak doesn't it? Zombies are in the in thing, have been for years. Success of hit shows...

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FM2015

Review: Football Manager 2015

Another year passing means another dose of football addiction. With each new version of Football Manager that SI Games produce they somehow find new layers of complexity, new features to slot into...

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StealthInc2

Review: Stealth Inc 2

Stealth Inc 2 is kind of hard work. It's a challenge, that's for sure. How much enjoyment you get out of it will be determined by how much you would consider the...

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