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SOCOM 4: US Navy SEALs – The Review

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We waited, SOCOM 4 arrived, and PSN went offline for a month. Now it’s back and that means we’ve finally had the time to spend online with SOCOM 4, a flagship title for the Sony PlayStation brand. Has Zipper…

Dungeons and Dragons: DaggerDale Review

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Daggerdale is set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe in the Dalelands region. The evil Rezlus and his army have invaded the region and your task is to restore order by defeating Rezlus.

Pinball FX2: Fantastic Four Impressions

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Zen Studios continues support this week with another new table coming to Pinball FX2 on XBLA and Marvel Pinball on PSN. Just how great is the new Fantastic Four table? I’ve had a few hours with the table and…

Lego Pirates of the Caribbean Review

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It seems as though Lego games are ever growing in popularity. With their iconic humour, addictive gameplay and reminiscent charm it’s easy to see why. Lego Pirates of the Caribbean takes you on a voyage of discovery through familiar…

Outland Review

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Outland arrived last week on Xbox LIVE Arcade and should be arriving on PlayStation Network soon. The title was developed by a personal favorite studio of mine, Housemarque, who is best known for Super Stardust HD and Dead Nation…

Zen Pinball – Sorcerer’s Lair Review

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Zen Studios is back in action yet again and this time it’s a new table, the Sorcerer’s Lair, for ZEN Pinball on PSN. The table is set in an ancient magical Citadel and as the player you’ve got to…

Section 8: Prejudice Review

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Section 8 launched as a retail game in 2009 with mixed reviews due to some flaws in the game. TimeGate Studios took the brave decision to release a sequel straight to XBLA, PSN, and PC for $15. Has it…

Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot Review

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Originally released in 1985, Rush’N Attack told the story of a CIA task force deployed to Russia. Their mission was to investigate intelligence that powerful nuclear missiles were being developed using a newly discovered resource (Ulyssium). After successful sales…

Swarm Review

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There are not many games that actively encourage you to take joy out of killing the characters you control. Swarm does just this. It is a game where you play as charming little blue creatures (no, not Smurfs) called…

Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime Review

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In 2009 Ghostbusters fans received a real treat – an all-new Ghostbusters video game that included voice work from the original film cast plus other hands-on involvement during the games’ development period. Two years later, Behaviour Interactive is working…

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