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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review – Snake Charmer
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8 years ago

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review – Snake Charmer

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“Prrrrruppphhhhhhh!”

“Huh…? What was that…? CP, come in CP, this is Zulu 7. I heard a suspicious noise just now, I’m gonna go check it out.” Read Review

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review – Coffin Dodger
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8 years ago

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review – Coffin Dodger

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I’m leaping over electric beams, gnawing on exposed wires and scampering around grime-covered vents with a pack of squeaking accomplices. I am – believe or not – a sewer rat.

“Oh, so you’re a rat now…?” My girlfriend asks puzzlingly. “Aren’t you supposed to be Dracula?” Read Review

5 Reasons I’m Not Buying A PS4 Or Xbox One
9 years ago

5 Reasons I’m Not Buying A PS4 Or Xbox One

The next-generation has arrived, but rather than running out to buy one of the new consoles at launch, I’ll explain why I’m sticking with the current (last?) generation of consoles until the end of 2014…
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5 Overlooked PS3 Gems
9 years ago

5 Overlooked PS3 Gems

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The purpose of this list is to give you an insight into 5 games from my personal collection that not a lot of people ended up playing. Which is a great shame, because these games are…
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Dragon’s Crown Review – Artistic Vision
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9 years ago

Dragon’s Crown Review – Artistic Vision

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The beat ’em up genre has sadly been neglected the last few console generations. The days of slotting coins into Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, or ruining controllers in the name of Streets of Rage are unfortunately, mostly a thing of the past. It’s true that there is the occasional game following similar formulae, and the genre is enjoying a bit of a revival among indie developers with games like Charlie Murder and Guacamelee!, but rarely is the beat ’em up touched in a bigger budgeted environment. Read Review

Debunking The Mystery of Yakuza 4’s ‘For Faith’ Lyrics
9 years ago

Debunking The Mystery of Yakuza 4’s ‘For Faith’ Lyrics

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There’s nothing I love more than a old good sing-along, a holiday to Bulgaria taught me that much. Every night, without fail, me and my friend would take to the stage…
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Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review – Uncle Sam
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9 years ago

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review – Uncle Sam

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Sam Fisher climbs quicker than a starving monkey in pursuit of a ripe, hanging banana. He puts guards to sleep using the back of his thigh, the palm of his hand, the tip of his elbow, or a carefully thrown gas grenade. Read Review

Killer Is Dead Review – A Slice of Suda
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9 years ago

Killer Is Dead Review – A Slice of Suda

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Whenever Goichi Suda is working on a new title, the whole process is very much an event. You know whatever he churns out is going to be pants-on-head insane, yet wildly imaginative and a ton of fun to play. While this wasn’t necessarily the case with Lollipop Chainsawhis previous works such as No More Heroes and Killer7 have been praised for their uncouth nature, being designed by a group of people unafraid to think outside the box. Read Review

DuckTales: Remastered Review – Old Fogey
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9 years ago

DuckTales: Remastered Review – Old Fogey

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Some things are better left in the past: mullet haircuts, parachute pants, and Capcom’s DuckTales. Sadly, the latter is quack. Sorry… back. Read Review

The Last of Us Review – Grizzly Guardian
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9 years ago

The Last of Us Review – Grizzly Guardian

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It seems that no matter how many genetic mutations and disfigured freaks of humanity gamers dispose of, our appetite for apocalyptic action is apparently, insatiable.

For developers, it’s become the new go-to fictitious scenario, only surpassed by the military shooter for the award of ‘most oversaturated subject matter of this generation’. Read Review

Remember Me Review – Trying Not To Forget
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9 years ago

Remember Me Review – Trying Not To Forget

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Remember Me is a new IP published by Capcom, and is the first game from developer Dontnod Entertainment. While announced mid-2012 to little fanfare, Remember Me slowly built anticipation through its customisable combat system, unique cyberpunk setting and an interesting female protagonist. Sadly, whilst Remember Me is a solid start with some memorable (no pun intended) scenarios, it falls massively short of its potential. Read Review

Resident Evil: Revelations Review – HD Horror
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9 years ago

Resident Evil: Revelations Review – HD Horror

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After a substandard spin-off and a thoroughly disappointing sixth-entry in the Resident Evil series, some may argue that Capcom’s illustrious franchise is in danger of deteriorating quicker than a human infected with the T-Virus. (Itchy… not so tasty.) Read Review