Archive | March, 2013

Bioshock Infinite Review

“Wow” was the first word I said to myself when Bioshock Infinite was finished. I then proceeded to put the controller down and think. I thought about the ending, I thought about the characters, and I thought about what the game taught me about society, the dangers of Religious Fundamentalism, and the lengths a person […]

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The “TimeSplitters” Are Back, Well Almost!

If there’s one game series that holds a soft nostalgic spot in FPS gaming it most certainly has to be Timesplitters. I’m sure if you have played any of the previous games you will not need an introduction to such an amazing trilogy. TimeSplitters literally broke the rule book on FPS gaming by not really conforming to […]

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Assassin’s Creed III: The Tyranny of King Washington: The Betrayal DLC Review

Here we are again for round two of Connor’s bizarro adventure into the alternate universe, where Mr. One Dollar Bill is scoping to be a tyrant, murderer and all round bastard of the land. In the second part of the three part episodic content, dubbed “The Tyranny of King Washington”, the story picks up from where the […]

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Metal Gear Rising: Revengence Review

Metal Gear Rising: Revengence is the newest iteration in Hideo Kojima’s critically acclaimed Metal Gear franchise. Originally shown at E3 2010 under the guise of Metal Gear Solid: Rising, the project has been four long years in the making. After the Rising project fell apart however, Hideo Kojima commissioned illustrious action game developer Platinum Games […]

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Tomb Raider Review

Since 1996, Lara Croft has been somewhat of a video game icon and sex symbol, and has since expanded across various form of media. The female bad ass and her tight short shorts spawned two rather atrocious films in the late 90’s and early 2000’s. She has also been portrayed in comic books and graphic […]

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Star Wars 1313, insight and delay

It’s nice to see that after so many outings with one of the most iconic and much loved weapons: the trusty Jedi Lightsaber (or even republic blaster), that such a series can still bring something fresh for gamers to enjoy. We have seen many variations and game-play styles span many games, most of which centre on movie based […]

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Introducing Gaming System “Ouya”

With the world bracing itself for the release of the PlayStation 4 and the Microsoft Xbox (currently named 720) to take current generation gaming to the next level, let’s not forget about the small time independent console developers out there. One such company has set out to challenge the mainstream competitors of the video game […]

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Ni no Kuni Review

Recent outcry in the gaming world would have us believe that the JRPG genre is dead; that it’s inability to innovate and stray from established formula has led to the loss of a western fanbase. But is originality really what’s missing from the formula? With the success of Ni no Kuni, Level 5 and Studio […]

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GT6 outed for Playstation 4?

Amidst heavy speculation earlier this month, Gran Turismo 6 may have been outed for the Playstation 4 today. As L.M Gianetti a famous factory focused on the production of racing class automobiles posted up photos to a new album entitled “SCANSIONE PER GRAN TURISMO PS4″ which translates to’SCANS FOR GRAN TURISMO PS4”. Of course this […]

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Hitman Absolution Review

Stylish, sophisticated and instantly recognizable, after all who could forget such an iconic character complete with trademark barcode on the back of their head. Having said that, does the latest in the series of “Hitman” games really live up to expectation, or have IO interactive misplaced their aim? From a series which has produced nothing […]

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