Archive for December, 2009

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Bellevue, WA (December 30, 2023) – Those playing the award-winning Defense Grid: The Awakening on Xbox LIVE Arcade will receive an automatic title update when they launch the game on their Xbox 360, starting today. The update addresses issues that have affected some users, and also addresses the game’s overall balance and scoring. This opens up the leaderboards [...]

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When rumours arose stating legendary director James Cameron would be making a long awaited return to the big screen directing a new adventure called Avatar, movie lovers around the world began wetting themselves with excitement and hyping up what would become the most anticipated film of the year, if not the decade. Famous for directing [...]

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The best games never take themselves seriously The high definition generation of videogames seem to have lost their sense of humour and in many cases its fun life of an excessive lifestyle. Many games fell foul of concentrating on its beauty of how close to life it wanted to be, but why? If I wanted [...]

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Whilst I sit here scoffing on festive mince pies and drinking a glass of Baileys, I reminisce about the year of gaming that has just passed. It’s been a magnificent year for all those involved with the website, though our perceptions have certainly changed of the videogame industry as soon as you jump aboard the [...]

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If you weren’t lucky enough to get into the closed Beta of Sony’s highly anticipated 256 multi-player title Massive Action Game, better known as M.A.G, then fear not as Sony have announced an open Beta, meaning everybody is welcome to join, will be running from January 4th to the early hours of January 10th. The [...]

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I’m sat here with the world greatest and most painful man-flu. It’s a man-flu for the ages, it really is. So when asked to review a game, I was very much not up for it. Anything with moving anything, is gonna make me more nauseous than I am right now. So, bad times. But then [...]

Categories: Feature, PC Reviews
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Some more information on the next highly anticipated Halo game has finally arrived, with this video showing all “in-engine” footage. I’d like to point out the fact that it doesn’t mean in-game, and therefore I highly doubt the actual game will look as gorgeous as this trailer does; but still, exciting stuff!

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(First off, a quick apology for not getting this review up sooner, for the past two weeks I have been sitting in exams room, and have been genuinely exhausted, now I have a day off and have finally got a chance to get my teeth into this DLC and write up this review.) Borderlands again, [...]

Categories: Feature, PS3 Reviews
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The sequel to the highly Successful PC title S.T.A.L.K.E.R has been given a February 2010 release date. Call of Pripyat will be one of the first PC games to take advantage of DirectX 11 graphics and therefore the game should look gorgeous. It has also been said that the sequel begins moments after the original [...]

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Infinity Ward have finally released a patch which fixes the ridiculous and highly annoying Javelin glitch thousands of people have been exploiting online in the last few weeks. Running around with the Javelin gun armed, the douchebag using the glitch would run at his/her opponent knowing that if they die, they are pretty much guaranteed to [...]

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After receiving some fantastic reviews for their flying adventure game Blimp, Crane Ball Studios venture back into the iDevice market with their second game titled 33rd Division. The question on everybody’s lips is whether 33rd Division can be as successful as Blimp or whether Crane Ball Studios are a one hit wonder company? 33rd Division [...]

Categories: Feature, iPhone Reviews
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Santa’s Sack is one of the most simplistic yet fun iPhone/iTouch games I have played to date. Naughty monsters have stolen the presents from Santa’s sack and it is your job to retrieve them by tilting your iDevice left or right to move the sack and catch the falling presents dropped by the evil monsters [...]

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