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  • SkyDrift Review

    A couple of weeks ago we posted a preview for a plane racing game called SkyDrift, a downloadable title by Hungarian developer Digital Reality that takes the concept of Kart Racing games and literally gives them wings—and, a turboprop. What you’ll get for your $15 USD is a small se...

  • NHL 12 Review

    EA Sports has nailed another hockey game this year. At this point in the NHL series, it’s getting hard to improve upon the solid gameplay and plethora of modes, but somehow EA Canada manages to make enough tweaks to previous installments to warrant yet another purchase. And in NHL 12, you&rsqu...

  • Linksys E4200 Review

    It’s not every day that we review a router, but for reasons that I’m about to get into, we felt compelled to let you know about this one. We often hear about PlayStation 3 (or any other modern console) owners complaining about wireless connectivity. The general consensus has been that ...

  • Resistance 3 Review

    If anyone knows how to create a weapon set to inspire and excite gamers, it’s Insomniac Games. With the brilliant Ratchet & Clank series and two Resistance games already behind it, the California-based developer has had plenty of practice at getting it right, and has proven that it has...

  • Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection Review

    Years ago, if Sony ever polled PlayStation fans about which two games they felt deserved the HD facelift, surely the offerings from Team Ico would top that list. For some, Ico and Shadow of the Colossus were the poster children for the PlayStation brand, while others held tight to the titles as cult...

  • Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection Review

    Every major brawler out there has left its mark on history one way or another. Capcom’s Street Fighter series, for example, is widely considered by beat-em-up aficionados’ as the pinnacle of 2D-based brawlers for its intricate combo system and fast-paced gameplay. Virtua Fighter on the o...

  • Madden NFL 12 review

    For a lot of Americans, the start of the football season (and, yes, I mean good old fashioned American pigskin-style football) is better than Christmas. A lot of those diehard football fans are the crowd that buys each new Madden game that EA Sports puts out year after year. For those fans, this rev...

  • Driver: San Francisco Review

    With so many developers striving for such diversity in their videogames, it’s refreshing to see that the latest title in the Driver series wears its heart loudly and proudly on its sleeve. In Driver: San Francisco, Ubisoft Reflections celebrates the arcade racing heritage of its long-running f...

  • God of War: Origins Collection Review

    At this point in God of War’s illustrious history, there is absolutely no excuse to miss a single game on any of Sony’s platforms. This is especially true now that the two PlayStation Portable entries are coming to the PlayStation 3 in full 1080p HD, with Trophy and 3D support, DualS...

  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

    Finding a game that does more than one thing really well is a daunting task. Sure, you may get a game featuring a great story but lacking solid controls, or you may get a mindless fighter with dreadful dialogue, but very rarely will you find something that hits nearly every mark. Eidos Montreal ...

  • Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team Review

    Approaching Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team as someone who has never played a single title from the Warhammer franchise, I felt daunted during the intro cut scene. It’s not because the game was shoving character names and events from the Warhammer universe down my throat, but simply because I was ...

  • Limbo Review

    If one aspect of Catholic theology is to be believed, Limbo is a place you wouldn’t want to visit. According to some religious thinkers, it’s an underworld where all of us could end up if we sin too much, a place in between heaven and hell where sinful souls get trapped awaiting their...

  • Catherine Review

    The Mature rating on Catherine is an understatement, but not because of its anime-style partial nudity, overtly-suggestive sexual themes, devilishly-crafted cut scenes, and frequent use of alcohol. Catherine deserves an M for its mind-bendingly realistic adult themes that force the player to make de...

  • The AWESOME Summer Minis Bundle review

    Currently on the PlayStation Store, there is a five Mini bundle named The AWESOME Summer Minis Bundle that offers a pretty eye-opening deal at first, at least from a price perspective. The Summer Minis Bundle is a buckshot of video game from Canadian developer Frima Studio. Based in Quebec, Frima is...

  • Call of Juarez: The Cartel Review

    Call of Juarez: The Cartel is a lot like that pack of Mavericks from the 2008 presidential election. It somehow grips on to its western themes by playing against the rules (even if that means ruining relationships and crafting a hefty dose of disrespect for the ‘teammates’), yet howe...

  • Asphalt 6: Adrenaline - Xperia PLAY

    Videogames have never been so accessible to the masses. Though Xperia PLAY is first and foremost a smartphone for making calls, surfing the net, and organising your social life, there’s always that overwhelming urge to slide-out the gamepad and have a blast on one of the many titles you ca...

  • BackStab - Xperia PLAY Review

    As one of the flagship launch games on Xperia PLAY, and a timed exclusive on Sony Ericsson’s smartphone/gaming device, it’s no real surprise that Backstab is one of the most gorgeous-looking games on the platform. With rich and colourful textures that look vibrant on PLAY’s 480...

  • NCAA Football 12 Review

    The NCAA Football franchise saw some notable improvements last year. With so much attention put into the gameplay and dynasty mode, it appeared EA Sports had found itself in a position where it would be unable to improve upon the formula for the 2012’s entry. On the surface, NCAA Football 12 h...

  • Shadows of the Damned Review

    A good buddy flick brings life to the mundane. A good road movie is a crazy adventure with obscure outcomes rivalled by too much cough syrup on a hot summer afternoon, or awaking from a nightmare just as the clown sinks its razor-sharp yellow teeth into your ankle. Everything that Shadows of the Dam...

  • inFamous 2 Review

    By bombarding you with XP and new powers like an eager congregation showering a bride with confetti, inFamous 2 rewards you better and more frequently than most games. With over 50 powers to unlock— and dozens of side objectives to encourage you to experiment with Cole McGrath’s park...

  • F.E.A.R. 3 Review

    A good horror game has some common themes. There’s always eerie music and ambient sounds, segments of subtle suspense, heart-pounding action sequences, creepy settings, and of course a truckload of blood and gore. F.E.A.R. 3 doesn’t deviate far from that equation, but its lacklustre stor...

  • Armageddon Riders Review

    Have you ever wondered what you would get if you combined mindless zombies, high speed car racing and a post-disaster city with no sense of law or an established authority? The answer would be Armageddon Riders, the latest attempt at a Carmageddon-esque racer from Russian developer Targem Games....

  • Duke Nukem Forever Review

    People are pretty cynical these days. They love anything that reminds them of their idyllic youth, even if their younger selves would laugh straight in their faces for still thinking PBR is worth the day-after colon cleanse, or somehow the thick-rimmed glasses they wore in first-grade are still hip....

  • Red Faction: Armageddon Review

    Red Faction: Armageddon does a couple things very well. Firstly, the environment is highly destructible, meaning if you have that not-so-rare desire to see stuff blown up, you came to the right game. Secondly, the weapons in the game are awesome and cause some incredible demolition. Technically thes...

  • Mad Catz TRITTON AX Pro Review

    Mad Catz latest addition to its range of quality gaming headsets, the TRITTON AX Pro, is a beast of a headset that stands majestically head and shoulders above its competitors like a royal family member lording over his subjects. The AX Pro comes packaged in a big box, one of the largest we’ve...

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