PixelJunk Shooter Review

January 17, 2010

Well the good folks over at Q-Games have done it again. They’ve taken classic game play and coated it with amazing visuals, a kicking soundtrack and cool new features.
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REVIEW – Prince of Persia: The Fallen King (NDS)

May 31, 2009


Prince of Persia: The Fallen King was released on the same day as it’s console counterpart, entitled ‘Prince of Persia’. The Fallen King is a DS-exclusive title, but almost nobody has heard of it because Ubisoft did a terrible job of advertising it. It’s certainly in the shadow of it’s console counterpart, but why? Because it’s on a handheld? Or is it because of the quality of the game itself? Read on to find out.

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REVIEW – Call of Duty: World at War (NDS)

May 13, 2009


Call of Duty: World at War (NDS) is the second COD game developed for the DS. Obviously, unlike Modern Warfare, World at War is set in World War II. So, is it worth buying, or should you just stick to COD4?

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REVIEW – Soul Calibur Legends (Wii)

May 9, 2009

dis gaem iz gewd lawl.

REVIEW – Power Stone Collection (PSP)

May 8, 2009


Power Stone Collection (PSP), is pretty much a compilation of the 3D Arena-Fighters, Power Stone and Power Stone 2, into one game. I could be a jerk and just say it’s a simple port, but it does have loads of nice extras which could make it worth checking out.

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REVIEW – Mirrors Edge (PS3, 360, PC)

May 6, 2009


Mirrors Edge is a first person running game on the PS3, 360 and PC. It was developed by DICE who are famous for making the Battlefield series. Mirrors Edge is one of the few original games to be released in recent years, instead of the usual bunch of FPS’s we’ve become used to. So, is being different from the rest of the crowd payed off for DICE?

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REVIEW – Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (NDS)

April 12, 2009

GTA: Chinatown Wars (NDS) – Official Site
GTA: Chinatown Wars (NDS) – MetaCritic

When Rockstar Games first announced Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for the DS, everybody was looking forward to it, even with the lack of details at the time. Almost every week, more screens, trailers and details were being released which did their job – keeping people interested. But despite all of the build-up surrounding Chinatown Wars, there was always a chance of it being terrible. Luckily for everybody, it isn’t.

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