Reviews

The Smurfs 2 Review
The summer holidays are here and for thousand of parents across the country comes the challenge of how to keep the kids happy and entertained. Luckily, the cinema is full of blockbuster films…
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Hotline Miami Review
Hotline Miami is the kind of game that the Daily Mail loves to write about. It is essentially the fabled murder simulator that people on Fox News have been banging on about for years…
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The Last of Us – Factions Impressions
Whilst the gaming world is enamored with the incredible single player experience. I have found myself drawn to the multi-player game, Factions…
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Tomb Raider Review
Tomb Raider is one of gaming’s great franchises. In the Nineties, the emergence of Lara Croft was especially important for me. It was the game that I got a Orchid Righteous 3D card for. It allowed me to lord over my common PlayStation owning friends with the superior looking Lara….
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Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

The simple Fan, a person who is simply very enthusiastic about whatever topic they are passionate about. A Fan will defend his chosen passion to the death….
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PS3 Catch-Up: Uncharted 2
One of the best things of arriving late to the PlayStation 3 scene is not having to wait years for a sequel. Being able to jump straight from Uncharted: Drakes Fortune and straight in to Uncharted 2: Amongst Thieves is like watching a whole season of your favourite TV show in one sitting.
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P4G – The First 10 Hours
2013 seems to be year for Japanese Role Playing Games (JRPG). Maybe this is also due to my switch from Xbox 360 to Sony PlayStation, as Microsoft’s console has not attracted much attention from the Japanese developers over the years.
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The Croods: Prehistoric Party Review
The latest big animated film to hit the screens over Easter is The Croods. From the creators of How to Train your Dragon…
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Far Cry 3 Review
Late last year Ubisoft came out of nowhere and catapulted Far Cry 3 from a game I was not really interested in to my personal game of the year…
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Rocketbirds Review
If there is one thing I cannot stand in the world more than anything, its penguins. They are always trying to take over the world. Just take a look at the lot in Madagascar movies, smug little $@#!…
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PS3 Catch-Up: Uncharted
With the arrival of my new shiny PS3 at Christmas, I have currently been enjoying a pleasure that is very rare for me these days. Catching up with what I have missed…
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Rise of the Guardians Review
Rise of the Guardians is the latest animated film from DreamWorks. It tells the tale of four legendary guardians and their battle to keep evil away from the children of the world…
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LEGO: Lord of the Rings Review

The Lego series of games have seen the little plastic people and bricks tackle the Empire in Lego: Star Wars, fight crime in Gotham city with Lego: Batman, Explore the halls of Hogwarts with Lego; Harry Potter and even sail the seven seas with Lego: Pirates of the Caribbean…
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Carrier Command: Gaea Mission Review
The “reboot” seems to be very popular at the moment. Batman, Spider-man and even Footloose (why, god, why?) have all seen the Hollywood reboot treatment with varying degrees of success…
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FIFA 13 – PS Vita Review
Football, the beautiful game. The national game which both unites and divides and a sport which probably has the most passionate fans…
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Madagascar 3 Review
With Madgascar 3 set to the cinemas this week, it is also time for the movie tie-in game to hit shop shelves. Movie tie-in games are a strange breed, normally they fall short in providing the action…
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Sleeping Dogs Review
When Activision decided to can the latest game in their moderately successful True Crime series, I was more than a little annoyed. I had played the previous games and found them to an enjoyable and mature takes on the open world crime game…
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LEGO: Batman 2 Review
Batman, Batman, Batman! It seems everywhere I look these days all I see is Batman. This is great, as I love Batman! As the world goes crazy for the final part of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy…
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Resistance: Burning Skies Review
One of the great things for me about owning a Vita, is that I can finally enjoy some of Sony’s exclusive licenses. Uncharted was the first licence I was able to enjoy…
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Mortal Kombat – PS Vita Review
Sacrifice! It must be the bane of any game developer when it comes to developing a portable version of their home console title…
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PS Vita – One Month Later
OK! The Tech-Demons won! I got a Vita and I cannot stop playing it! I mean to write about it, but just end up playing Uncharted or the stupidly addictive Motorstorm RC…
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3DS Circle Pad Pro Review
If there is one thing the 3DS has been good at since its release last year is its ability to cause controversy. The initial launch saw claims of 3D induced headaches if you played the system for longer than 10 minutes…
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Rayman Origins Review
A long long time ago, back in the mid nineties. I had abandoned consoles, for a PC with more mature and fantastical gaming. I spent my days revelling in Doom 2, Rise of the Triad, X-Wing and Wing Commander…
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Super Mario 3D Land Review 
The 3DS has been getting a lot of bad press recently. The Software has been under fire as not enough original titles available. That the best titles are available are just remakes of old games (Which are amazing, by the way!)…
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Tintin Review
Recently something very rare happened to me: Someone offered to take the kids away for the weekend – A whole three days! Within an hour of this, my wife, not wanting to waste the opportunity of a child-free weekend…
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Batman: Arkham City Review
n 2009, Rocksteady Games gave us Arkham Asylum. It was the first decent stab at a Batman game ever and it was the first chance gamers had to actually be Batman. Any previous attempts to capture the dark knight had focused solely on the caped crusader’s fighting prowess…
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A Weekend with Rage
No, I don’t mean a bad weekend with the Two Little Gamers (although there was a Leapster Explorer sharing issue), but the new video game Rage, from id Software (pronounced id not eye-dee, only just found that out)…
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Starfox 64 3D Review
“If he is a Star Fox, why does that Fox not have any stars?”asked Lady BG. Good question… and one I still do not have an answer for. Nor, do I have an answer for why Fox is friends with a rabbit, a frog and a parrot….
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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review
After having to go through the usual dilemma of which version to buy. I finally decided to go with the standard edition (which itself is a limited edition)…
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LEGO: Pirates of the Caribbean Review
Franchise overload, its the one thing that plagues every successful publisher. The constant demand to provide more of the same, but different enough from the previous game. This usually ends in a complete burnout…
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