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  • 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand Review

    50 Cent: Blood on the Sand’s surreal and far-fetched storyline, which sees the foul-mouthed rapper and his G-Unit buddies tackling a bunch of heavily-armed thugs in the Middle-East in the search of a diamond-embedded skull, doesn’t bode well for the rest the game. The underwhelming graph...

  • Shellshock 2: Blood Trails Review

    From this point forth I need to remind myself not to review another first person shooter straight after playing Killzone 2. Following a four hour stint immersed in Guerrilla Game’s epic first person shooter, Rebellion’s Shellshock 2: Blood Trails is probably the worst game I could have p...

  • F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin Review

    A great American president once said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Now let’s amend FDR’s famous quote for the 21st century. “The only thing we have to fear is F.E.A.R. itself.” Monolith Productions’ F.E.A.R., or First Encounter Assault...

  • Street Fighter IV Review

    Shoryuken!!! Few videogame series have made such a strong impact on their respective genres in the way that Street Fighter has over its 20 year lifespan. My memories take me back to the early-Nineties and Street Fighter II, which was heralded as being the catalyst that ignited the fighting game boom...

  • Corsair 64GB Flash Drive HDD upgrade review

    Chances are if you've been in the market for a flash drive, you've made your way to the local electronics store and let your eyes glaze over the variety of 1-16GB flash drives in stock. However, have you ever wanted more from the handy little devices? If so, memory manufacturer Corsair has taken the...

  • Flower Review

    From the creators behind the surreal PlayStation Network game, flOw, Flower is ThatGameCompany’s latest bite-sized, downloadable offering that is all set to spread its multicolored love with a fine sprinkling of flower petals, deep sunsets, red skies and lush green meadows just in time for Val...

  • Killzone 2 Review

    ‘Epic’ is a word that is loosely banded around the videogame industry. In practically every press release pimping the latest game that comes fluttering into our inbox, we find that very noun used nonchalantly by publishers trying to convince us that its game will be the next big thing. T...

  • Mad Catz Fender Precision Bass and Overdrive Pedal Review

    You're chilling in your living room with three buddies preparing to play some Rock Band 2 when it suddenly hits you: someone will have to play bass. It's a low point in anyone's day, because the bassist never gets any respect. Instead of feeling like the runt of the litter, bassists can now rejoice;...

  • Mad Catz Saitek PS2700 Controller Review

    We've all seen the expensive mods over the last year demonstrating what it would be like if the DualShock 3 met the Xbox 360 controller and produced offspring from that encounter. While this process was disturbing (and exciting) for fans of both machines, it would be even more disturbing for their w...

  • Mad Catz Saitek Aviator Flight Stick Review

    Flight Sticks appear to be going the way of the cartridge in the console gaming industry. It's no secret that flight games featured on the PlayStation 3 have yet to feel as fluid as they should when being controlled by a flight stick. With titles like Warhawk opening up the world of airborne combat ...

  • Street Fighter IV FightPads and FightSticks Reviews

    When it comes down to third-party peripherals in the console world, most consumers turn their heads to Nyko Technologies. This is partly because of a shoddy past from the company we've all come to shake our heads towards, Mad Catz. With a long line of products that would break with a slight amount o...

  • Skate 2 Review

    When the first game in a new franchise turns out to be hugely popular amongst the masses and shifts millions of units in the process, it’s logical that the developer will try to emulate its success with more of the same. Unfortunately, many follow-ups have one overarching common factor: they&r...

  • Mini Chat-Board for PS3 Review

    I’ve got a tip for you. Never attempt to open rigid, plastic clamshell packaging with a knife. You’ll be risking yourself serious injury. I nearly stabbed myself in the leg trying to butcher my way through to the Mini-Chat board. After my first few jabs with the knife the fear of injury ...

  • Lord of the Rings: Conquest Review

    Who can forget the moment when thousands of Saruman's Uruk-Hai swarmed toward the Rohirrim’s stronghold at Helm’s Deep and the mighty Gandalf led the charge downhill on his white steed full pelt into the black Orc masses? The Battle of Helm’s Deep from The Lord of The Rings: The Tw...

  • Crash Commando Review

    Taking its inspiration from a number of popular games in the shooter genre and sub-genres, Crash Commando could be described as an amalgamation, albeit a pint-sized portion, of some of the most celebrated shooters ever created. Although the developer, EPOS Game Studios, has borrowed/stolen its id...

  • Sonic Unleashed Review

    Sonic The Hedgehog first rolled onto the Sega Mega Drive over 15 years ago and almost overnight became one of the most recognizable icons in the video game industry. With a colorful career spanning over several generations of video game systems the speedy, spiky-haired mammal has achieved impressive...

  • Prince of Persia Review

    History is a key word when discussing a franchise like Prince of Persia. The series, which made its debut way back in 1989, had a profound impact on the videogames industry, influencing much in the way games are both made and looked at to this very day. While the Sands of Time is worthy of the prais...

  • GTI Club + Review

    With the intention of stirring up nostalgic memories amongst those old enough to remember what it was like to pay just 50p for the privilege of playing a decent videogame, Konami has taken one of its most popular retro racing titles, GTI Club, and placed it in the capable hands of Sheffield-based de...

  • Call of Duty: World at War Review

    The explosive opening sequence in Call of Duty World At War signals the beginning of an emotional and thrilling ride through some of World War II’s Pacific and Eastern Europe campaigns. We’ve taken a different approach than usual to writing this review, splitting it into two parts to try...

  • Mirror's Edge Review

    By using the increasingly popular free-running activity of Parkour as its theme and mixing it with a story of murder and intrigue, EA’s DICE Studio certainly deserves credit for thinking outside of the conventional box. Despite some thrills along the way though it’s an experiment that ul...

  • Madagascar 2 Review

    Latching onto the coat tail of every big movie release hangs its videogame companion, generally a multi-platform title whose developer hopes will make them a quick buck from those naive enough to think that a game, which has been bumbled together quicker than you can say “money-grabbing leech,...

  • Mortal Kombat Vs DC Universe Review

    With the possibility of upsetting its legion of fans it was a brave move by Midway to change a winning formula, but after 15 years, and considering over a dozen games have been born from the Mortal Kombat franchise, it was arguably an action that was long overdue. Merging its heavyweight roster of c...

  • Valkyria Chronicles Review

    Every generation of console has specific titles that define their genre to the truest extent. The original PlayStation had Final Fantasy VII, Star Ocean: The Second Story and Suikoden II. Its older brother, PlayStation 2, had Final Fantasy X, Disgaea and Persona 3. Now, finally, PlayStation 3 has it...

  • Tomb Raider: Underworld Review

    Can you believe that it’s been over 10 years since the voluptuous Lara Croft began seducing us with her enticing blend of action-packed exploration, treasure hunting, acrobatics and perceptive puzzle-solving? The success of the series has meant that the foundations laid down by the original...

  • WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw! 2009 Review

    WWE Smackdown vs. RAW’s inaugural offering of spandex-wearing grappling action celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and impressively, despite a recent attempt by TNA Impact! to muscle in on its patch, remains unchallenged, satisfyingly reaping in the cash benefits of being the undisputed ...

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