Archive for April, 2011

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I have been playing the Gears of War 3 Beta for about a week and a half now and I figured I would just jump on quickly to give my impressions on the Gears 3 Beta so far. I have always loved the campaigns and horde mode in previous Gears titles. That said, I wasn’t [...]

Categories: Editorial, Feature, Recent News
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James Ireland takes a look at the latest release from Valve and the return to the mind bending world of Portal. Portal 2 is back with a bang and with some damn fine voice acting from Stephen Merchant too. Jump right after this and take a look through the wonderful world that is Portal 2.

Categories: Feature, PS3 Reviews
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Another game from Milkstone Studios - their latest title in fact. Unfortunately this one doesn’t have the same polish as the lines of Zombie Football Carnage or MotorHeat nor is it as fun. Video review after the jump!

Categories: Feature, Xbox Indie Games
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Zombie Football Carnage is another game in the long list of indie games by Milkstone Studios. The developer that brought us the very impressive Motor Heat is back on form with one of their later titles which has you surviving waves of zombie-esque enemies with nothing more than a football and a batch of power-ups. [...]

Categories: Xbox Indie Games
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The masters of horror are here to turn your console into a complete horror fest. Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture are working on one heck of a game called Shadows of the Damned and we got a chance to play an hours worth of the game back around one month ago. Finally, we can finally [...]

Categories: Editorial, Feature, Previews
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James Joell-Ireland gives us a review of WSC Real 11 for the Playstation 3 of which the mentioned unique move controls are mentioned too. Can this latest installment put some life back into a flagging series, or does the game once against sit in the realms of mediocrity?  

Categories: PS3 Reviews
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Might & Magic Clash of Heroes Might & Magic Clash of Heroes was released this month as a downloadable game on Xbox 360 and Playstation Network, it was formally released on the Nintendo DS in 2009, which was made by Capybara Games and was published by Ubisoft Entertainment. It follows five young heroes leading their [...]

Categories: Feature, PS3 Reviews
Posted by Craig Baker 16 COMMENTS

For my second review this week I will be tackling Socom 4, the latest installment of the series from the guys over at Zipper Interactive. As a fan of the original titles for the PS2 and later versions on the PSP I was excited to hear about the decision to put a single player campaign [...]

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Its been over 20 years since the last Back To The Future film, but its legacy remains still. I doubt there is anyone out there that hasn’t seen them so it would take a lot of balls to try release something based on the franchise. Telltale Games definitely have the kahonies as they have released [...]

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Finally the long awaited day is here and I now get to delve deep into debatably the greatest 2D fighter of all time. I have fond memories of playing Mortal Kombat on the Sega Genesis (Megadrive) as a child. I also remember how crazy the media and parents went over the horrific visuals for the [...]

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Presented By Good evening or very early morning, depending on your perspective. I just got home from the midnight launch from my local Gamestop in Ocean Township, New Jersey. What a fucking launch it was. There is nothing I love more that a midnight launch event, surrounded by around a hundred people with one thing [...]

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Infinity Danger is the latest release from Milkstone Studios. This will be Milkstone’s seventh Indie Game to be released on the Xbox Live Marketplace. Some of there more popular titles included Inflamous, Epic 7, Avatar Ninja, and the unforgettable Zombie Carnage Football. While it is clear Milkstone has a knack for churning out quality games [...]

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Newly released game this week on Xbox 360 arcade is ‘Yar’s Revenge’ 30 years later to the follow up off the original game which was released in 1981. The original was made by the company called Atari, it was a single player only game and was Atari’s best selling original title for the Atari 2600. [...]

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Another stab at creating a decent simulator, but can the guys at Astragon push something out that’s actually worthwhile playing? James takes a look at Driving Simulator 2011 in the latest of the simulators to review. Please note this video does contain mild profanity.

Categories: Feature, PC Reviews
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In an effort to expand my comfort zone with different types of video games, I will be reviewing Top Spin 4 this week. This will be the fourth installment of the franchise from developer 2k Czech. In the past Top Spin has been known for its ultra realistic portrayal of tennis. This year 2k has [...]

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James finally gets his grip on Shift 2: Unleashed and gives his verdict. Can this game compete with Gran Turismo 5 and Forza 3? Find out in the video review after the jump. This version is reviewed on the PS3.

Categories: Feature, PS3 Reviews
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Simply having races and setting fast times would get boring right? Well, at least it would for a multiplayer perspective. Here is outbreak mode which is featured as a party mode on DiRT 3. Take a look as Codemasters play out a game of Outbreak mode live for those at Battersea Power Station  

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