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  • I Am Alive Review

    In this latest offering from Ubisoft, the player is thrust into the role of a survivor of a city-wide disaster. Quite what it is exactly you survived remains a mystery, but it was a helluva “EVENT,” which is what you will hear it referred to throughout the game. Likewise your name is als...

  • Ibb & Obb Review: A charming rendezvous for two

    Puzzle-platformer games have become a dime a dozen over the last several years. When added to the already titanic catalog of past generations, it’s becoming more and more difficult for any particular game to stand out from the crowd. So, which are truly deserving of your time? First establish...

  • 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...

  • Indoor Sports World PS Vita revew: four games for the price of a pint

    Having a few games of pool or darts with your mates down the pub, with a pint of lager in your hand and some friendly banter, can be a lot of fun, but translating that sense of gamesmanship, atmosphere and competition into a video game is a tough task for any developer. The PS Vita-exclusive Ind...

  • 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...

  • inFamous Review

    Three and a half years of hard work. That’s how long it has taken for developer Sucker Punch to create its electrically charged third person action adventure, inFamous. With so much time invested in it, Sucker Punch has a lot riding on its success, including its high-standing reputation. To sa...

  • inFAMOUS: Second Son Review: PS4's first masterpiece

    inFAMOUS 2 was a great game that ended with a big question mark. The bold and rather sudden step of killing a main character left gamers wondering what, if anything, was left for the series. On the eve of PlayStation 4's reveal in February 2013, they got their answer--more inFAMOUS was coming, and f...

  • Inferno Pool Review

    Manchester-based developer Dark Energy Digital has dared to be a little more creative than most with its latest PSN offering, Inferno Pool. While it could have focused solely on getting the core gameplay mechanics right, ensuring that the law of pool physics had been applied correctly, it has in add...

  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Review - justice has been served

    Batman and Superman are fighting on top of a Gotham City roof. The battle is intense as Batman starts to do a quick hand-to-hand combo before sending Superman flying through the air and smashing into the building beside them. He then gets smashed by a boulder before falling down onto the Gotham Tran...

  • International Cricket 2010 Review

    With the World Cup currently in full swing and E3, the gaming industry’s major event of the year, taking place this week, the release of Codemaster’s International Cricket 2010 may have got lost somewhat among the soccer-mad media frenzy or the buzz about PlayStation Move and how 3D gami...

  • Inversion Review

    Inversion is one of those games that you really hope works. From the outset, you are promised guns, gravity manipulation, and epic battles. The sad reality is, often promises don’t come through. This is one of those times. The game opens with you, Davis Russel, and your ever so stereotypical...

  • Iron Man 2 Review

    Nothing says branded dog turd like a movie tie-in. Happy Meals are the pinnacle of this mountain of muck, but videogames are a close second. The concept of Iron Man – a man in a jet-propelled suit of armour that’s packed with fearsome weapons, a flying gun with arms, is prime videogame c...

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