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N7_E1ite

GRID 2

- Xbox 360

Codemasters have come up with quite a unique title that comes off as a fluid combination of an arcade and simulator racing experience. When you start Grid 2 it doesn't give you a tutorial or really a guide on how you are supposed to move forward. Instead, it makes you put your big boy pants on and tells you to race through the mean streets of Chicago demanding you show what your made of. Unl...

9.0

GoldenRimz

Remember Me

- Xbox 360

Recently, I’ve had the opportunity to play Capcom’s action-adventure title Remember Me. In many ways, this game is one of the rare instances where my expectations have been fulfilled through and through. The focal part of this game is its well-thought out story. Set in Neo-Paris, 2084, Remember Me opens up with its main character Nilin having her memory drained in a Bastille prison facility...

8.3

Joshua174

Crysis 3

- PS3

It's a tense sequence in a great-looking first-person shooter. Crysis 2 left behind the original game's literal jungle for one of the urban type. Crysis 3 melds the two, returning you to a New York City where destruction and decay have been softened by overbearing greenery. The private military company known has CELL has erected a dome over the city, turning the crumbling metropolis into a garg...

9.8

Valenka

Resident Evil Revelations

- Xbox 360

Resident Evil: Revelations HD is a great game, let me just start out by saying that. Capcom went into full damage control after the critical failure of Resident Evil 6; Revelations is a huge step in the right direction for getting the series back on track. I'm thrilled to see the company taking the appropriate steps to herd fans back into the world of survival horror. As most may know, over...

8.0

Valenka

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2

- Xbox 360

Three years ago, City Interactive (once fittingly known as Lemon Interactive) released Sniper: Ghost Warrior, a self-proclaimed tactical stealth experience that was received with mixed to negative reviews. It was praised for its visuals, sniper cams and concept but criticised for the absurd and uneven difficulty, poor execution and lack of appeal. For reasons unbeknownst, City Interactive thoug...

6.5

PhantomTommy

The Swapper

- PC

The indie scene has been kicking some major bum bum lately. It seems like every time I become disillusioned with the whole modern gaming thing, a new indie gem comes along and restores my faith in the medium. This week my saviour came in the form of sexy 2D clone 'em up The Swapper. At first glance, one would be forgiven for thinking that The Swapper was some sort of Metroid spin-off – what...

8.1

Valenka

GRID 2

- Xbox 360

Five years ago, Codemasters released GRID, an under-appreciated milestone in racing video games this generation. GRID is a game that placed itself in between racing simulation and arcade racing; its focus, as with the sequel, remains locked on pushing an emphasis on racing. Legitimate, no nonsense racing and that's what I like about GRID. You're expected to take the risks required to win and le...

8.5

Jurat

Thomas Was Alone

- PS Vita

In October 2010, during a 24-hour game jam at Blitz Studios, Mike Bithell hacked together a flash-based physics puzzler using quadrilateral shapes of varying sizes and abilities. These unassuming rhomboids represented a group of sentient AI programs, trapped within a computer mainframe, who become self-aware and realise a common goal to escape the confines of their system. The game opens wit...

8.0

chrismichaels04

DUST 514

- PS3

Back in 2003, a small Icelandic video game company called CCP released an MMORPG game called Eve Online. Eve Online is a story about human civilizations in the far future colonizing the planetary solar system of a distant galaxy after the human race depleted all of the natural resources of our home planet. As generations evolved on the new planet system, the human race was divided into five dif...

8.0

TerraMantis

Mars: War Logs

- PC

2012 saw a few joint efforts from developer Spiders; one such effort with Frogwares to bring us The Testament of Sherlock Holmes and Of Orcs and Men in association Cyanide Studios. Both were fairly well-received games critically. Well, Spiders has us caught in their web once again and I'm happy to report they might still be a little shaky, but they're really starting to come into their own. Mar...

7.0

TerraMantis

Anomaly 2

- PC

For a time tower defense was a fairly refreshing genre, and when developers see something new and exciting of course the inevitable wave of different titles will flow in. When the market places is drowning in Tower Defense, it really takes something unique to standout in the crowd, and for those who played the first Anomaly they undoubtedly discovered just that – a uniquely different and breath...

8.0

MichaelLito79

Luigi's Mansion 2: Dark Moon

- 3DS

The story begins with Luigi once again getting sucked into the ghost-removal service by the wacky Professor E. Gadd. Luigi is on an adventure to bring all the ghost calming artifacts of the Dark Moon together, and he and his modified vacuum (a.k.a. the Poltergust 5000) need to clean up five mansions in order to find the entire Dark Moon. The storyline is funny and charming yet not something tha...

9.0

AedanClarke

Game Dev Tycoon

- PC

I've always been of fan of tycoon and simulation games. No matter what job is being shoved in my face, I'll likely find something to enjoy in it. I've been a one-man demolition crew in Demolition Company, lorry (Did I just say 'lorry'?) driver in the SCS Software games, manager of a nice few spots in Vegas in Vega$: Make it Big!, a ruler of a Banana Republic in the Tropico series, amongst too m...

7.0

Snookies12

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3

- PS3

As a fan of the series, you'll bet I picked up my copy the first day it launched. Upon installation, you'll find a nice little box that'll catch you up on the story so far through some scrolling text. You won't see all of it before it finishes, but if you so choose you can continue to read on after installing. My first impressions of the game were honestly a bit lackluster. Yet, the longer...

8.8

coolbeans

Vanquish

- Xbox 360

If there’s one inveterate species of this generation it would be the third-person shooter. Whether it’s the gritty gray aesthetic and chest-high walls commercialized by Gears of War or stylized action from Uncharted, there haven’t been any candidates to question why forward momentum should be limited to convenient cover placement. If there’s any developer who can change that way of thinking i...

8.5

xamtheking

Bastion

- PC

The amount of content is staggering, and the storyline/narration are stellar. When you start a New Game, you start out on a small platform that has nothing more than a bed and some knick-knacks. However, it's the only place for you to call home. After the Calamity, not much was left, and the only way The Kid(the hero) can even traverse his way across the skies is because the City Crest he has...

8.9

chrismichaels04

Soul Sacrifice

- PS Vita

For the past several years, Sony has continued to release a steady and long list of quality RPGs on their home consoles and portables. And the trend isn't slowing down. This past February, Sony held a Vita event showcasing several new RPG titles that would also be seeing a release outside of the traditional Japanese market. One of the first games to make it over to the US and European markets i...

8.5

aatirah

Street Cricket Champions 2

- PSP

The core Gameplay is solid, with approachable controls and appropriate buttons for fielding, requiring you to press the right button at the right moment to catch batsmen out. Batting is equally clear-cut; press the matching button for the shot of your choice (lofted shot, ground shot or defensive) in mishmash with the analog stick for direction. Bowling works in the same way, with the universal...

5.0

TheShotgunsHD

BioShock: Infinite

- Xbox 360

In all the time I have played video games I have never thought that there is such as a perfect game. BioShock Infinite has made me change my mind but that doesn't mean that it is perfect. Is BioShock Infinite perfect? Read the hole review to find out. BioShock Infinite is beautiful not just graphics wise but story wise. In BioShock Infinite you are play as Booker. You are trying to get a gir...

9.8

dedicatedtogamers

Soul Sacrifice

- PS Vita

WARNING: you're in for a long review. The quick bits: Available on PS Vita through retail or PSN download My total playtime: 6 or so hours in the Japanese demo, 19 in the US demo, 16 hours (so far) in the retail release Worth it? Yep. TL;DR: a boss-hunting game with punishing difficulty, a huge number of spells and customization options, tons of cool bosses, interesting lore, and online...

9.0
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