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  • MLB 13: The Show Review

    The magic behind annually-released titles is the fact that a relatively similar experience can be had each and every year with changes that enhance each title along the way. San Diego Studios more than likely knows more about baseball than most baseball players do, considering the amount of dedi...

  • MLB 14 The Show PS Vita Review : a shadow of its console self

    Making the series' third appearance on Sony’s handheld, MLB 14 The Show had an opportunity to be the ultimate baseball simulator on the go. The benefits of a portable version of any game are often outweighed by the limited hardware, but San Diego Studios has a knack for making the best of what...

  • MLB 14 The Show PS3 Review - realistic baseball gets even better

    Each year, San Diego Studios releases another outing of MLB The Show, and each year yields yet another step toward a perfection that the previous version was believed to have achieved. From inception, MLB 14 The Show was destined to reach the same deified heights, even with the lack of competition i...

  • MLB 2K10 Review

    Baseball is one of America’s oldest and most favorite pastimes. However, its translation to the videogame market has been anything but apple pies and ice cream. Sadly, capturing the essence and enormous details of baseball in a game has resulted in some decidedly weak efforts (take, for instan...

  • Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire Review

    In short, Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire is nothing for anyone to be excited about. The visuals are terrible and the gameplay is choppy. The games mechanics are crap and the final version being presented is horrible. This seems more like an outline for a game than anything. If the game had been delay...

  • ModNation Racers Review

    If you’ve played LittleBigPlanet you’ll instantly feel a home with ModNation Racers. Not only does the humour and colourful design mimic the customisable platform game, but your avatar in ModNation Racers is pretty much a SackBoy clone, a blank canvas on which you can sticker, layer, col...

  • ModNation Racers: Road Trip Review

    ModNation Racers is PlayStation’s answer to Mario Kart, though it enhances the familiar kart racing formula by giving players an insane amount of customisation options, including the ability to create tracks from scratch and share them with the community. It’s a blueprint that worked ...

  • Monster Hunter Freedom 2 Review

    In an ancient time of wonder, when dinosaurs and giant animals roamed the earth, when the desert and sea was the domain of giant crustaceans, and dragons ruled the sky, there was an elite group of people, making existence for humanity a possibility. This is the premise behind the Capcom’s Mon...

  • Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Review

    It’s not difficult to see why the Monster Hunter series has become the leading PSP franchise in Japan. Offering gamers the chance to hook up together on quests to hunt ferocious monsters and search for hidden treasures across an appealing fantasy game world, this action RPG possesses many of s...

  • 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...

  • Mortal Kombat Review

    For those of us who grew up when a handful of quarters provided an afternoon of entertainment in the local arcade, Mortal Kombat is likely responsible for our developing arthritis and our oblivious reactions to anything remotely gory. The game caused quite a stir in the media when it was first relea...

  • Mortal Kombat Review (PS Vita)

    A franchise with a long history, Mortal Kombat is one of the biggest fighting titles to date. The revitalization of the series hit the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 last year, and it's now bringing its gory goodness to the PlayStation Vita. Iconic kombatants like Scorpion and Sub-Zero join up with Play...

  • 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...

  • MotoGP 10/11 Review

    As the 2011 MotoGP season rapidly approaches, MotoGP 10/11 revs its engine and stands unchallenged as the official game of the World Championship. With Black Bean’s rival Superbike series still awaiting a release date, Monumental Games’ flagship racer also sits alone in its sub-genre fre...

  • MotoGP 13 review: Milestone returns, creates challenging racer

    The MotoGP series is the flagship and, at present, the only currently dedicated motorbike road racing series, so it has a lot riding on it.  Its reputation has improved in recent years, with Capcom having taken the reins, initially transforming it from arcade racer to simulation, and then tryin...

  • Motorbike Review: flawed racer that fails to get off the starting grid

    Creativity, like anything, is in the eye of the beholder. What is true for one person could be false for another. Motorbike is one of those few times when there is no eye, just a universal acceptance there is something wrong and that creativity was taken too far with little substance to hold it toge...

  • MotorStorm Review

    Propaganda doesn't always lie. When the world first glimpsed what PlayStation 3 could (allegedly) do several E3s ago, some of the sharpest gasps and most rapturous applause came when a short, pre-rendered MotorStorm trailer took centre stage. Violent, mud-splattered racing that saw dune buggies smas...

  • MotorStorm: Apocalypse Review

    If you’ve ever played a videogame that has given you the urge to throw your controller through your T.V. screen with rage, then beware: MotorStorm: Apocalypse has the power to turn that compulsion into reality. However, it’s testament to its exhilarating gameplay that no matter how frust...

  • Muramasa Rebirth Review: visually artistic experience without precedent

    Under the shadow of the next generation of graphical prowess, the notion of an absolutely beautiful two-dimensional game seems rather intrusive, but Vanillaware’s PlayStation Vita title Muramasa Rebirth has what it takes to be visually astounding. Granted, Muramasa Rebirth is a remake of the N...

  • MX vs. ATV: Alive Review

    MX vs ATV: Alive is something of a budget game at $40, and its limited content only further cements its barebones concept. Luckily there is a relatively strong game behind the thin content, but THQ’s downloadable extras model still doesn’t justify the poorly-constructed player progressio...

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