Red Dead Redemption

Red Dead Redemption

Losing yourself in Redemption is no bad thing. An open world extravaganza, your playground is the dying days of the Old West replete with deserts, cacti and homestead grasslands. As the in-game clock ticks by and day changes to night the vivid hues...

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Just Cause 2 review

Just Cause 2 review

Greatly improving on the original, Just Cause 2 is a top example of how a sandbox game should be. A third person action experience, your playground is the South East Asian island of Panau, an impressive 1,000km2 in size. Throwing yourself from your...

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy review

Dissidia: Final Fantasy review

Melding Final Fantasy’s turn-based combat heritage with the fighting genre that gave us Tekken and Street Fighter sounds like a disaster waiting to happen, however Square Enix has proved it can work. Far from its epic RPG roots, Dissidia’s...

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Overlord II review

Overlord II review

The Overlord series returns, its wayward dark humour a refreshing antidote to the recent cluster of more sober action releases. Destruction or domination are your cheery choices as you don the armour of the evil leader and march forth from the...

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Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters

Nostalgia places a heavy burden on the shoulders of developer Terminal Reality, but thankfully it’s been able to live up to the great expectations of fans. Ghostbusters is a highly enjoyable third person shooter with a difference, in that you don...

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Stormrise review

Stormrise review

Full of innovative ideas and console firsts, Stormrise is dogged by the problem that plagues most console-based RTS’s: unwieldy control systems. Full review available on The Guardian’s...

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