Review: Bodycount PDF Print E-mail

Body Count is a non-stop frenzy of bullets from start to end – too bad sheer laziness on the part of the developers makes it one of the worst games out this year.

Review: The Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time 3D PDF Print E-mail

Zelda: Legend of Ocarina is the remake of the ground breaking 1998 Nintendo classic of the same name. 

Review: Transformers - Dark of the Moon PDF Print E-mail

The movie tie-in Transformers: Dark of The Moon is not as good as its predecessor War for Cybertron but will appeal to fans of genre and can be enjoyed by both adults and kids.

Review: Dungeon Siege 3 PDF Print E-mail

Dungeon Siege 3 (DS3) is a loot-based dungeon crawler that that goes back to roots of Role Playing Games - a strong story with interesting characters. Unfortunately it fails as a result of poor gameplay dynamics and comes across as dated and ultimately, unexceptional.

Review: Infamous 2 PDF Print E-mail

Infamous 2, released two years after its predecessor, tells the story of Cole MacGrath, an ex-bike messenger with electrical abilities and a penchant for climbing, as he tries to defeat “The Beast”, an entity that destroyed Empire City.

Review: Kung Fu Panda 2 - The Game PDF Print E-mail

As the sequel to the popular Kung Fu Panda movie is in theatres, so is the game, based on the sequel, available on your console. 

Review: Red Faction: Armageddon PDF Print E-mail

Red Faction Armageddon (RF:A), a third person shooter that features innovative weapons and unique game mechanics, is failed by repetitive combat and a poor plot. Fans of the series might enjoy this more than its predecessor, but even so the game isn’t anything more than average.

Review: Dirt 3 PDF Print E-mail

Dirt 3 is a true racing game through and through - without the fluff. It is the 6th game in the Colin McRae Rally series, which over the past decade has set the standard for the rally racing genre. Pop the disc in the console and you’ll be racing in career mode within a minute without any convoluted back story.

Review: LA Noire PDF Print E-mail

LA Noire is a gaming tour de force. It takes a typical Rockstar open world adventure and adds a completely new gameplay element – procedural crime investigation. A beautifully reconstructed late 40’s Los Angeles, brilliant voice acting and next generation facial animation results in an immersive story and a wholly addictive gaming experience.


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