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Platformines Review

Platformines is a game that feels like it's designed with love and affection, bringing in all the good ideas from the various roguelike-likes and indie platformers that have been cropping up lately, but it's one thing to put these ideas together, it's another to actually pull it off in a way that feels fun.

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze Review

Donkey Kong and his family have often joined each cast of characters in other titles and recently they've seen something of a resurgence to their home in platforming. Their latest adventure, Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze is the most recent member of this blast back to their home. What's it like though, is it worth your banana budget?
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Oh Hey! Avengers Confidential Black Widow and Punisher is Pretty Good!

Let's be honest, DC and Marvel are trying to take over the world...

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster Brief Review

Final Fantasy X holds a special place in the heart of many gamers, for the PS2 generation FFX was a first chance to play a Final Fantasy game and for others it was the last great Final Fantasy. X-2 isn’t as fondly remembered although it contained a good collection of game mechanics but also started a trend that a lot has annoyed a lot of players.
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Surgeon Simulator for iPad Review

Nigel Burke is back. Bob is screwed.

After successfully filling YouTube with a ridiculous cross between butchery and surgery, Surgeon Simulator has hopped from PC to iOS - it's still as ridiculous.

inFamous: Second Son Review

The entire city of Seattle is a maze of cordons and walls. Drug dealers hide in every corner while an overbearing government sanctioned body flexes its muscles in the name of 'freedom'. A freedom which they do not share. They feed upon the populace's fear to further an agenda. Bio Terrorists are a constant threat to every person, their lives, even their country. The terror these social pariahs cause are what gives the aforementioned organisation, the D.U.P, opportunity to turn Seattle from a bustling city into a police state.

Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc Review

Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc from Spike Chunsoft combines a visual novel murder mystery, court room drama and social interaction aspects similar to the Persona...

Take To The Air! Luftrausers (PS3) Review.

Luftrausers from Vlambeer Studios is a stylised old school arcade shooter placing players in control of an elite pilot fighting off wave after wave of increasingly difficult enemies, spread over 100 daring missions, with over 125 combinations of weapons, bodies and propulsion systems to play with.
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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Garden Variety Pack DLC Review.

Yesterday EA/PopCap launched a mandatory update for their hilarious third person shooter, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. This update added a few new things into the game including a brand new game mode and a brand new map as well as a handful of new items which can be found in the games Sticker Packs. This quick review will be focusing on the new game mode Gnome Bomb, and the new map, Chomp Town.

South Park: The Stick of Truth – Review

Let's get super cereal for a second, if you've come to this quiet little mountain town for all of Cartmans' unnecessarily aggressive profanities, Kenny's fascination with being a Japanese Princess or even Randy Marsh's unhealthy obsession over masturbation. Then you've come to the right place, for the Stick of Truth holds great power.

Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes Review.

The first chapter of the Metal Gear Solid V experience finally makes its grand appearance on last and next gen consoles and those who are looking for a story driven Metal Gear Solid experience will be disappointed by its brevity. This is a stripped back Metal Gear experience with more of a gameplay driven one instead, which if you are familiar with the awkward gameplayin previous games you’ll be glad to hear the controls are fluid and smooth.
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LocoCycle (Xbox 360) – Review

The first thing you’ll be greeted with when you start up LocoCycle is a live action sequence of a group of riotous bikers, revving their rides and sporting some seriously impressive face fuzz, along with the message that the game is ‘Sponsored by beard’. How Twisted Pixels managed to strike up such a lucrative deal with the inanimate natural phenomena of facial hair growth is truly one of the greatest mysteries of our times, but Lococycle is certainly some top quality PR for chin foliage, even naming one of its Devil May Cry-esque stylish combo rankings after it.

Titanfall Review In Progress – Not Quite the Future of Multiplayer,...

Titanfall has to be one of the most anticipated games this year for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. Though the Xbox 360 is still in the hands of Bluepoint Games, those of us with Xbox Ones or PC's have had the game for a good few days now and we've had a chance to dive in to both the campaign side of this multiplayer-only title and the standard single player mode which contains six different game modes. Now, I'm yet to put enough hours into the game to hit Generation 1, so this review is more of a 'review in progress' as I believe that this is the sort of game that'll need revisiting one or two times the further I progress. So far though, these are my thoughts.

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Review, How a Shooter Should Be.

Let's look back almost a year to E3 2013. Patrons and press at the event were met with a huge poster titled "Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. "It couldn't be?" I thought to myself, "a Plants vs. Zombies shooter? What a joke!" Then EA launched their presentation for the game and oh my God it looked hilarious.

A third person shooter set in the Plants vs. Zombies universe sounds utterly crazy and a concept that just couldn't be anything but stupid. That being said it was on my 'must buy' list since June last year with my fingers and toes crossed that it'd actually be a good game and holy crap it is.

Moon Knight (2014) Issue #1 Review, He’s Back and Better than...

Although he recently turned up in the Age of Ultron, Moon Knight isn't a particularly big name in the Marvel Universe. Marc Specter has a history that would make less popular than The Punisher but Moon Knight is such an interesting character that you can't put this book down.

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