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The recent events in Tunisia and Egypt have shown that people do have power despite what we are fed by the mainstream media. The turmoil in the Middle East and Africa has shown that unity and a common purpose can overthrow corrupted governments that have long overstayed their welcome. The recent protests in both countries [...]

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This week EA’s Visceral Games studio has released the long awaited sequel to the amazing 2008 release, Dead Space. The sequel already seems set to out sell the original which really isn’t that much of a surprise. The first game didn’t get much of a marketing campaign and not a lot was expected from it. [...]

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When Electronic Arts acquired Criterion several years ago, one thing that always rattled my brain was why they never utilised them to re-invigorate the Need for Speed license and raise their games from mediocrity to the truly exceptional. For me, Burnout Paradise taking the free roam avenue wasn’t the best move forward but keeping a [...]

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Very much to my suprise, Blacklight: Tango Down has been released on the PS3 recently. Released over the summer on the Xbox Live Arcade, Tango Down experienced mediocre success and proved yet again by following in Battlefield 1943 footsteps, that you can in fact offer a decent multiplayer FPS at an affordable price. Crossing over [...]

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Superstars V8 Racing is the newest racing sim from the boys over at Milestone. Milestone in case you haven’t heard of them are responsible for several mediocre motorcycle racers including Moto GP 07/08, Evolution GT, and the Superbike SBK series. However unlike those games, Milestone has decided to release this game via download only on [...]

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My immediate actions were ‘Sega what the hell have you done!’ in fact I felt so emotional about it I made a YouTube video on my personal channel venting my rage at what Sega have done. ‘They’ve managed to completely balls it up’ I said. There are a few problems with Sonic 4 but once [...]

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Fast paced, adrenaline rush, action packed. Pick anyone of these cliché terms and you would be accurately describing Vanquish, an epic third person sci-fi action shooter from the critically acclaimed game director Shinji Mikami. Mikami is most known perhaps for his work on the original Resident Evil Games. The legendary Mikami worked with Platinum Games, [...]

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The WiiWare hit ‘My Aquarium’ developed by Hudson Soft has been released now for the PSN and this virtual aquarium certainly brings something new to the catalogue of downloadable content that we’re used to. This game/app allows players to design and populate a virtual fish tank at will, feed the fish, watch them swim and [...]

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If you’re like me, and you’re a fan of the great Mafia 2, you’ll be happy to know that the first DLC for the title, Jimmy’s Vendetta, is coming next Tuesday, September 7. It will be available for the PS3, 360 and PC for $9.99 or 800 Microsoft points. Here’s the part that is [...]

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Rather than follow up 2008′s cell shaded game, Ubisoft have decided to revisit the Sands Of Time storyline for its 2010 effort which coincidently is really at the same time as the film. KA-CHING! Can you smell a cash-in. Forgotten Sands is technically the follow up to 2003′s Sands Of Time being set during the [...]

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Finally the day is here and Mafia II has been released for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. Ever since I saw my first glimpse of this game back in August 2008 I was hooked. To say that I am excited about this game is a gross understatement. I would like to point out I [...]

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SEGA announced today that we will all get a taste of the fast paced sci-fi 3rd person shooter Vanquish, on August 31 on the Playstation Network and Xbox Live. The demo, entitled Velocity Attack, plays out on a massive Russian space station where players will take on waves of killer robots, have the chance to [...]

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Twenty-Two years. That is how long John Madden football games have graced our consoles. With new features like three on three co-op, dual stick controls, and the new Gameflow system, EA Madden NFL 11 looks to be one of the best installments of the franchise to date. With a new simpler and quicker type of [...]

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Today Warner Bros. confirmed the title and expected release time for the upcoming Batman sequel being developed by Rocksteady. The offical title is Batman: Archam City and will be released in fall 2011 for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, as well as on PC. There haven’t been any other confirmed details at this time, with [...]

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This week I picked up Transformers: War for Cybertron, which was published by Activison and developed by High Moon Studios. This is High Moon’s third game, other releases include the 2005 vampire-western Dark Watch and the fairly well received, The Bourne Conspiracy, based on the Robert Ludlum authored, Bourne series of novels and films starring [...]

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It’s one of the most addictive iPhone games on the planet. Angry Birds has now been confirmed to be finding it’s way onto the gaming portables as well as the PSN! It’s likely to be passed off as a PSP Mini, however you can still play them on your PS3 regardless. For those that know [...]

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There aren’t that many gaming news items that slip past me, but somehow during E3 this year I failed to hear about an amazing looking game coming from SEGA studios. After Alpha Protocol flopped like a fat man in a swimming pool, I was skeptical to say the least about the prospect of Vanquish looking [...]

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Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich Of Time (PC)

Re-read it if you want but the title wont change. It really says Toasted Sandwich Of Time.. Doc Clock: TTSOT is Stickmen Studios latest release available now on Steam and on the Wii via Wiiware. You play the aforementioned Doc Clock, a inventor who’s experiments don’t really have a tendency to turn out well and who bares an uncanny resemblance to Joss [...]

Dead Island Could Push Boundaries

WDG Editor James Joell-Ireland talks about how Dead Island could be one of the most important games of recent years. The extremely edgy and controversial game could push narrative to new levels by introducing normal believable every day characters whilst children themselves can fall victim to the zombies. To find out more click the link [...]

Astroslugs Review (PC)

Indie games seem to be the current vogue. With the rise of online content such as Xbox Live Arcade and Facebook applications it’s not hard to understand why new developers are dipping their toes in the water. Some indie titles have even been put up against their multi-million dollar contemporaries in recent award shows. And [...]

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