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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

Groundbreaking games don’t come along all that often. Sequels/prequels/re-imaginings of groundbreaking games arrive even less often, developers understandably wary of the quality required ...
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From Dust Review

Imagine if the Genesis section of the Bible went a little something like this: And God gathered the earth and the seas,He looked ...
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Brink Review

Successful first-person shooters tend to follow a strict formula nowadays. They should concentrate on multiplayer at least as much as single-player, they should ...
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WWE All Stars Review

Fighting games seem to all be about accessibility nowadays; the generous input detection of Street Fighter IV, the one-button super-combos of Marvel vs. ...
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Swarm Review

It’s been a good long while since I’ve played anything this relentlessly weird. Every single level of Swarm opens with your controllable characters ...
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RIFT Review

The question everyone’s asking is – when will the World of Warcraft killer appear? There’s certainly enough players willing to pay a monthly sub ...
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Two Worlds 2 Review

Allow me to set the scene… Having saved some hapless shoppers from man-eating umbrellas I decide to wander outside of the city in ...
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Torchlight Review

If you’ve played one dungeon crawler you’ve play them all, right? At least, that’s what I thought before I set out to conquer ...
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Homefront Review

It’s 2027. North Korea has taken over much of the world, including the majority of the United States. This is where you come ...
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Killzone 3 Review

Killzone 3 is intense.  It’s so intense that it often feels as though you’re being guided at break neck speed through rush hour ...

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