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  • Game of Thrones Review

    It’s hard to mention Game of Thrones without saying “trend.” With that in mind, it’s also not surprising to see a game based on the popular story. If you’ve been a gamer for more than five minutes, you know that games inspired by cinematography are usually very terrible...

  • Genius Arcade Stick F-1000 Review: Spectacular and reasonably priced

    by Michael Deneen, freelancer Go to any fighting game tournament or watch events like EVO and you’re bound to see at least 90 percent of the participants using an arcade stick instead of a controller. While the argument rages on as to whether modern fighting games are better suited for arcade...

  • Genji: Days of the Blade Review

    Disappointing launch titles go hand-in-hand with console launches. These games are often unimpressive, having had to contend with new development hardware and self-imposed launch deadlines. Although Game Republic may wish Genji: Days of the Blade had avoided the launch spotlight, no game has ever ma...

  • Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 Review

    Fulfilling the role of a Captain is certainly not an easy thing. You must stay up endlessly for hours, complete deadly missions, and lead a squad to an objective in harrowing conditions. With Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 for the PlayStation 3 console, players will be submersed in a realistic wa...

  • Ghost Recon: Future Soldier review

    With bagfuls of high-tech equipment at your disposal, being a soldier in the future and turning up to do battle against significantly less-technologically advanced foes is a bit like entering this year's World Freestyle Skateboarding Championships with Marty McFly's hoverboard from Back To The Futur...

  • Ghostbusters: The Video Game Review

    We hate to say it, but we’re nowhere near as excited now that we’ve finished Ghostbusters: The Video Game as we were prior to its release. Inevitably, taking on such an iconic brand as Ghostbusters comes with huge expectation, and when they're not achieved we're bound to feel a little de...

  • Giotech EX-06 Wireless Stereo Headphones Review - PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC Review

    The EX-06 wireless HD stereo headphones are the ‘big daddies’ of Giotech’s current range of audio-enhancing peripherals. Costing approximately £70, these premium pair of cans are compatible with PS3, 360, PS4 and PC and boast an impressive feature-set aimed at providing consu...

  • Gioteck SC-1 Wireless Sports Controller Review

    I moonlight as a PlayStation apologist from time to time, but I won't pretend that the DualShock 3 is the perfect controller. Within minutes of holding one for the first time in 2006, my fingers had slipped off the convex triggers. The left and right analog sticks are prone to being bent permanently...

  • Go! Sports Skydiving Review

    Go! Sports Skydiving is an easy, safe and somewhat enjoyable way to experience the excitement of skydiving, without actually having to jump out of a plane. Go! Sports Skydiving is the second installment of the Go! Sports series, having been preceded by the somewhat lackluster Go! Sports Ski. Go!...

  • Go! Sudoku Review

    Sudoku, the little number game that we see everywhere these days, hit the PlayStation Store for download last winter. For the uninformed, Sudoku is a puzzle game in which you arrange the numbers 1 – 9 in nine 3x3 blocks. The rules are pretty simple: you can’t have the same number in the ...

  • God of War Collection PS Vita Review: Milking a cash cow that has been milked to death

    Another year means another collection bundle has been released by Sony for one of its flagship franchises. God of War I and II are coming to PlayStation Vita to allow handheld enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy Kratos’s revenge-driven adventures in the palm of their hands. Is it worth the re...

  • God of War Collection Review

    When we first heard that Sony was planning on releasing God of War I & II on PlayStation 3, we were more than a little excited to get our hands on the disc and see how Kratos stacked up in high definition. Developed by SCE Studios Santa Monica, God of War remains one of Sony’s most celebra...

  • God of War II Review

    Since God of War 2 is likely the PS2's swan song, let us briefly reflect on what made the system so great: lots and lots of games, split into an impressive stable of worldwide development support, and Sony's willingness to get behind unique ideas (Amplitude, Shadow of the Colossus, etc.) and support...

  • God of War III Review

    Since the God of War series launched in 2005, we’ve journeyed alongside Kratos through the depths of hell, annihilated hordes of demonic creatures in a gory clash, and defeated Ares to take his place as the new God of War. It’s a franchise based heavily on intense, fluid combat, enormous...

  • God of War Review

    Describing God of War as godly is an understatement. Released on March 22, 2005, developed by Sony Computer Entertainment's Santa Monica division, God of War is action-adventure game loosely based on Greek mythology. The winner of over a dozen Game of the Year awards, God of War is certainly the be...

  • God of War: Ascension Review

    I can honestly say in all my years of gaming I’ve never had to fight off a dozen bleating, spear-wielding goat-men from inside the belly of a python. Nor have I ever had to square up against a giant of a man who happens to have the face and arm of a frightening-looking old geezer protruding ou...

  • God of War: Chains of Olympus Review

    Kratos is one rad dude. When not slaying the Gods of Olympus or beasts of epic proportions, the Ghost of Sparta spends his free time stomping the Blades of Chaos directly into some unfortunate Cyclops’ eye. Such activities are proudly flaunted in Ready at Dawn’s God of War: Chains of Oly...

  • God of War: Ghost of Sparta Review

    If you need a reason to dust off your PSP, or if you aren’t yet hip to Sony’s handheld console, there is yet another title on offer that defines the experience of gaming on the go. There are already plenty of games that show the PSP’s technical prowess, and even more that remind us...

  • God of War: Origins Collection Review

    At this point in God of War’s illustrious history, there is absolutely no excuse to miss a single game on any of Sony’s platforms. This is especially true now that the two PlayStation Portable entries are coming to the PlayStation 3 in full 1080p HD, with Trophy and 3D support, DualS...

  • Gotham City Impostors Review

    Gotham City Impostors seems to take its idea from a single scene within Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. Near the beginning of the film, Batman has apprehended a few people dressing up as the Bat himself, dishing out their own brand of justice. Gotham City Impostors boils down to groups of...

  • Gran Turismo (PSP) Review

    In the racing and driving simulator genre, few games offer up the same allegiance amongst fans as the Gran Turismo series. After an arduous wait, the game was finally skimmed-down for its own PSP release and let loose for fan consumption on October 1, 2009. The game’s launch coincided with Son...

  • Gran Turismo 5 Review

    In the five years that have passed since Gran Turismo 4 arrived on PlayStation 2, PSU Towers has experienced all sorts of life changing moments, from births and marriages to deaths and divorces. It really has been that long, hasn’t it? Inevitably, the long gap between GT4 and GT5, a life-time ...

  • Gran Turismo 6 Review: one of the final swansongs for PS3

    The Gran Turismo series has always been more than just a racing game. Ever since its debut on the original PlayStation 15 years ago, Gran Turismo has been a celebration of the motor industry as a whole with a wide variety of cars, and Gran Turismo 6 is no exception. With over 1000 cars waiting to b...

  • Grand Theft Auto IV Review

    Grand, theft, and auto. These three words, when separate, hold little weight. When conjoined, however, they represent pushing boundaries, confronting the man and provoking society at large. I’m talking of course about the most innovative and controversial franchise to date, Grand Theft Auto. W...

  • Grand Theft Auto V Review: A stunning triumph, one of the greatest games ever made

    Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto V is a masterpiece--a sprawling odyssey with memorable characters, enthralling gameplay, and landmark technical achievement. In many ways, it's not unlike its 2004 predecessor (and my former favorite series entry) Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. But the Los Santos and...

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