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  • Backgammon Blitz Review

    Now seems as a good a time as any for a confession. Before I got my grubby hands on Backgammon Blitz, I hadn’t played, or knew how to play the game in the slightest. Fortunately for me and my lacking faculties, Backgammon Blitz is a solid, if unspectacular take on this strange little game of b...

  • 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...

  • Baja: Edge of Control Review

    When it comes to real-world off-road racing, the Baja 1000 is like the Indianapolis 500 and the LeMans 24-hour race all rolled up into one exhausting event. Designed to leave you tired beyond measure, every year thousands of people (ironically) drive down to Baja, California to then drive a thousand...

  • Basement Crawl PS4 review

    The PlayStation 4 has had great success with Indie titles since its launch back in November of last year. Games like Outlast scared us, Resogun frustrated us in a good way, and Don't Starve asked us how long can we survive. Unfortunately, Basement Crawl, the latest indie title to hit Sony's new home...

  • Batman: Arkham City Review

    Rocksteady Studios learned a lot from its inaugural attempt at crafting an innovative and compelling superhero game in Batman: Arkham Asylum. Some two years in the conceptual and development oven, Batman: Arkham City is sprawling compared to Asylum. The combat is still free-flowing, but with the use...

  • Batman: Arkham Origins - Cold, Cold Heart DLC Review

    Batman has what some consider the greatest rogue gallery of any comic book hero. But of all his villains, none have a more tragic origin story then Victor Fries. "Cold, Cold Heart" sets players up to experience the tragic beginning of the man who eventually becomes known as Mr. Freeze. Th...

  • Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate Deluxe Edition PS3 review

    Originally released in October 2013 for the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate accompanied Batman: Arkham Origins, a prequel to Rocksteady's stellar Arkham Asylum and Arkham City titles.  Seven months later Armature Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive have r...

  • Batman: Arkham Origins Review: A younger Batman has growing pains

    Batman: Arkham Origins is the first title developed outside series creators Rocksteady Games. The news that the third title in the critically acclaimed franchise would be developed by a newly minted Warner Bros. studio left a lot of fans skeptical of Arkham Origin's eventual quality. Unfortunately, ...

  • Battle Princess of Arcadias Review

    NIS is one company that is not afraid to be creative in an industry that is steeped with reusing the same formula ad-nausium, on both sides of the planet. Every fresh title from them is the definition of new as the development team attempts to create or breathe new life into a particular game mechan...

  • Battlefield 1943 Review

    Battlefield 1943 is a unique entry in the world of videogames. Costing just $15 USD (£10) and weighing in at a meager 565 MB, DICE Studio’s downloadable multiplayer shooter features just three maps, three classes and one game mode, yet it has the look and feel of a big budget game, playi...

  • Battlefield 3 Review

    Forget all the hype about EA and DICE’s latest first-person shooter. Forget about the promises of Battlefield 1943 included in PlayStation 3 copies of Battlefield 3. Forget about all the smack-talk about its ultra-elite graphics. Forget about the other “modern-war” shooter on the h...

  • Battlefield 4 PS4 Review: Outstanding visuals and next-gen polish for a more rewarding Battlefield

    What a wonderful time it is to be a gamer when video games can visually compare themselves to what can be found in a movie theater. Battlefield 4 on PlayStation 4 vivaciously delivers on all fronts, and the issues the PlayStation 3 version has are all but gone, leaving the AI the only thing left tha...

  • Battlefield 4 Review - an epic conclusion to PS3 that raises the bar for PS4

    Shooters have a formula for success: be accurate, engaging, and rewarding. This generation has seen a competition between two powerhouse FPS titles that take this generation's cake and are prepared to eat the next one. Time will tell who wins out in the coming years, but one thing's for sure: I'll b...

  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Review

    To say that the PS3 is inundated with first person shooters would an understatement of epic proportions; it's absolutely suffocated by them. With 49 games in the genre already clogging up the shelves, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 represents the latest entry into that sea of shooters hoping to set itse...

  • Battlefield: Bad Company Review

    Welcome to the 222nd Army battalion, otherwise known as B-Company. This “elite” group of America’s finest is what other soldiers like to call Bad Company. It’s a G.I. task force that is compiled of misfit soldiers and rebels that the government is basically just sending out t...

  • Bayonetta Review

    Bayonetta is a deceptive beast. On the surface, it may seem like a load of self-indulgent, ostentatious old cobblers looking to transfix you with its dazzlingly ludicrous cut-scenes, but dig a little deeper, and you’ll soon discover that developer Platinum Games has managed to pack in what man...

  • Beats Slider Review

    PlayStation Mobile is Sony's entry into the weird and very lucrative world of software developed for mobile devices. The games and apps designed for PS Mobile are compatible with the PlayStation Vita and Android powered devices from Sony and HTC, with support for more devices in the future. One of t...

  • Ben 10: Omniverse review

    Developed by Vicious Cycle Software and based on the American animated children’s television show, Ben 10: Omniverse revolves around main character Ben Tennyson, who has a tool called the Omnitrix which allows him to transform into different alien creatures. Alongside him every step of the way...

  • Beyond: Two Souls review: an interactive experience you won't want to miss

    As a tear rolled down my cheek, it all began to make sense. The roller-coaster ride of highs and lows, presented via a mish-mash of out-of-sequence stages throughout the life of the vulnerable, yet incredibly strong, lead character, Jodie Holmes, had eventually led me to one of the finest video...

  • Big Sky Infinity review

    Available exclusively on PSN as part of the cross-buy initiative that offers gamers both the PS3 and PS Vita versions for one price, Big Sky Infinity is Boss Baddie studios evolution of its original PC-based twin-stick shooter Big Sky and its subsequent sequel Really Big Sky. With Voofoo Studios of ...

  • Binary Domain Review

    If only it were that easy. Honestly though, Binary Domain is a wonderful example of a lower profile game making a name for itself through polish and flare. Set in 2080, global warming and other environmental factors have led to mass flooding of the planet. As a result, the survivors of the flood wer...

  • Bionic Commando Rearmed Review

    How often have you heard the word “remake” and cringed? Most likely more than you’d care to remember. It’s been 20 years since Capcom first released Bionic Commando for the original NES, and it's making a return in the form of a PlayStation Network download. While remakes oft...

  • Bionic Commando Review

    Capcom has had a monumental influence on the videogames industry over the years by conjuring up new ideas and creating some innovative game mechanics that have managed to stand the test of time, as well as motivating others along its illustrious path. Bionic Commando, a 20 year old NES and arcade cl...

  • BioShock 2 Review

    Returning to Rapture is a lot like visiting Disney Land as an adult. It doesn't have that same awe-inspiring presence, the locals are still hostile and a bit tweaked, and while all the sites (and amusements?) are familiar, there's still a welcoming sense of nostalgia that makes the long lines worth ...

  • BioShock Review

    Game of the Year. Immersive storyline. Incredible art direction. Stunning visuals. Unique gameplay. These are just many ways in which one may extol the qualities of 2K’s universally praised aquatic FPS, BioShock. Following months of speculation, 2K Games has finally brought their award winning...

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