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  • Racquet Sports Review

    Motion controls make a lot of sense as far as racquet-based sports games go. With that in mind, Ubisoft’s Racquet Sports, a game that was originally released on Nintendo Wii, is now available on the PlayStation 3 with complete Move support. Unfortunately, while the concept sounds ideal, Racque...

  • Rage Review

    Rage is one of the best games of 2011 so far, yet it doesn’t bring any massive changes to an extremely crowded market. But there is no question that id Software’s masterpiece will make the short list for that coveted title of games you must own in 2011, especially if you like first-perso...

  • Ragnarok Odyssey ACE Review: much more of the same

    DISCLAIMER: This review covers both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of the game. Two years ago, Game Arts debuted its high-octane action-RPG, Ragnarok Odyssey, a quasi-successor to the decade old MMORPG, Ragnarok Online. In the hopes of mending the absence of a proven Monster Hunter...

  • Ragnarok Odyssey Review

    Fans of the Monster Hunter series and the PlayStation Vita have sought a Monster Hunter installment on Sony’s handheld, but nothing has been officially claimed. Fortunately, Game Art is looking to fill that void with Ragnarok Odyssey, featuring many similar concepts found in the cult series. A...

  • Rain Review: a damp squib, or a ray of sunshine?

    Announced at Gamescom last year and available as a download-only title via the PSN Store, Rain is the latest offering from SCE Japan, the team behind other quirky titles such as Puppeteer and Tokyo Jungle. While the story doesn’t make too much sense, there are moments when it's both swee...

  • Rainbow Moon PS Vita Review: addictive grind in portable form

    Tactical RPGs like Final Fantasy Tactics or Disgaia are not games I enjoy, traditionally, and no matter how much time i give them, I cannot get into their pacing. Something really special is required for me to get into a tactical experience. That's where Rainbow Moon comes in. A little of the ol...

  • Rainbow Six Vegas Review

    After months of delays, PlayStation 3 owners can finally shout “Viva Las Vegas!” During this latest retreat to Sin City provided by Ubisoft, you’ll have the opportunity to drink, gamble, and perhaps stop a terrorist invasion. Actually, while only the latter is available, it’s...

  • Rango: The Video Game Review

    Chameleons live a tough life. Snakes, with their vicious venom and gaping jaws, slither around in search of the green lizards. Overhead birds threaten to swoop down and snag them for an afternoon snack. But man, pesticide-spraying, forest-burning man, represents the greatest threat to the ch...

  • Ratchet & Clank Collection PS Vita Review

    The dynamic duo Ratchet and Clank made their debut back on the PlayStation 2 in 2002. This was a time when the platform genre was beginning to go into decline after dominating much of the 90’s. Ratchet & Clank combined classic platforming with elements from other genres but with a unique t...

  • Ratchet & Clank Collection Review

    For a 10-year-old Lombax, Ratchet sure gets a lot of love. Insomniac Games has kept up with nearly annual releases of the Ratchet & Clank franchise since the series debuted in 2002, and with a couple exceptions, the adventures of Ratchet and his robot pal have grown progressively more awesome wi...

  • Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time Review

    Every once in a while a game comes out that is as charming and funny as it is amusing and easy to play. For Insomniac Games, that ‘every once in a while’ seems to happen every couple of years, with the latest incarnation arriving in the form of Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time...

  • Ratchet & Clank Q Force Review

    Ratchet & Clank Q Force (known as Full Frontal Assault in the U.S.), the latest adventure for the dynamic duo, is a great addition to the franchise. Captain Quark, the self-proclaimed hero who is actually a coward, has assembled the Lombax Ratchet and Clank the robot to form the Q Force orga...

  • Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One Review

    The Ratchet & Clank universe is a special place for just about every PlayStation fan, and the latest offering from Insomniac tries very hard to create a complete cooperative experience. With a rich history of imaginative environments, clever puzzles, quick and hilarious dialogue, inventive weapo...

  • Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus Review: back to the future for the dynamic duo

    Ratchet and Clank has rather struggled as of late. The series was near-universally loved on PlayStation 2 and in it's early tenure on PlayStation 3. However, it's two most recent instalments have had a mixed reception (though we liked All 4 One and Full Frontal Assault). Those who found themselves d...

  • Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters Review

    Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters first made its debut early last year on Sony’s PlayStation Portable. As with many titles on the system, Size Matters has since made the transition from handheld to home console, having now ended up on the PlayStation 2 a little more than a year after its initia...

  • Ratchet and Clank Future: Quest for Booty Review

    While our favorite Lombax’s tail is as long as ever, his latest tale has been cut down in length significantly. Insomniac’s downloadable Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty is shorter and cheaper than a full retail game, yet it still retains that high-end console quality that we ...

  • Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction Review

    We all want to see the future, or know it in some form. The future is vibrant with things never before seen: flying cars, hectic air routes, and what not. A person only dreams of seeing such wonderful things even in his/her dreams. Luckily, now they can experience it through the journey in Ratchet &...

  • Rayman Legends PS4 Review

    At this time, games such as InFamous: Second Son and Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes are the heavy hitters on the radar for most PlayStation 4 gamers. The console launch lull is always tough to bear, and while we did get the release of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Rayman Legends is another previ...

  • Rayman Origins Review

    Rayman Origins is perhaps the best example of how developers won’t need to do all that much with the PlayStation Vita’s touchscreen capabilities to deliver a terrific game. Don’t expect to use augmented reality. Don’t expect to use the rear touch surface at all, and expect to...

  • Real Boxing Review: no pain, no gain in Vivid's challenging boxing sim

    From the ‘no pain, no gain’ training mini-games to the upgradable boxer who forges a career by slowly skilling-up in various attributes, the influence of early boxing simulations can be seen all over Vivid Games’ Real Boxing. The PlayStation Vita-exclusive title begins with the cu...

  • Reality Fighters Review

    Augmented reality is definitely a cool technology but so far it's been under-utilised in the world of console and handheld gaming. When we first set down our AR card in front of the PlayStation 3 and witnessed the EyePet bouncing around on screen like it was in our living room we were highly enterta...

  • Red Dead Redemption Review

    Rockstar has a way of crafting its games to feel like epic movies. Whether it’s a smooth player strutting through Vice City, or a wannabe mobster in Liberty City, each of Rockstar’s games carries a narrative that often surpasses the best Hollywood has to offer. So, as you are riding on a...

  • Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Review

    We jump at any chance we get to venture back into the boots of John Marston. As one of our favorite titles of the year thus far, Red Dead Redemption did so many things right and remains a definitive contender for the prestigious accolade of Game of the Year 2010. Rockstar's latest batch of downloada...

  • 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...

  • Red Faction: Guerrilla Review

    The Red Faction series is all about destruction. When developer Volition created the GeoMod engine back in 2001, it afforded players with the freedom to completely destroy environments with explosive devices and heavy weaponry. Back then, it must have dreamt of the day that it could get its hands on...

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