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  • Jak and Daxter Collection Review

    This home console generation’s jump from standard-definition to high-definition not only changed the way we enjoy gaming, it brought with it the opportunity to experience some of the classics in a brand-new light. For the most part, I think HD remasters are great; they give gamers a chance to ...

  • James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review

    More than fifty years ago, Ian Fleming created a fictitious spy who has graced countless novels, movies, and video games. The name 007 conjures up thoughts of bombs concealed inside of pens, ultra-fast sports cars, shaken (not stirred) martinis, sexy Bond girls, classic British actors, and of co...

  • Jeanne d'Arc Review

    Ever wonder what it would have been like to balk authority in medieval France, and lead a religious revolution? Well, now you have the opportunity in the new tactical RPG from same great developers who brought us Dark Cloud. Jeanne d’Arc places players in control of the legendary battle maid, ...

  • Jeremy McGrath's Offroad Review

    Racing games come in all shapes in sizes. From simulators like Gran Turismo to arcade racers such as Ridge Racer, the genre has seen a diverse range of titles catering for all types of gamers. Jeremy McGrath's Offroad, developed by 2XL Games, certainly fits into the arcade racer category, thanks to ...

  • Jimmie Johnson's Anything with an Engine Review

    Jimmie Johnson’s Anything with an Engine is a funny little game. It’s not going to make us rethink our best games of 2011 list, but it provided ample entertainment for the period in between the fall’s big release schedule and the early 2012 heavy hitters yet to drop. Quirky kar...

  • Journey Review

    I always find it difficult to explain Journey with words. When I first received my copy, I tried to explain to one of my friends what game I was reviewing, and sometimes words just aren’t enough. I think that is so true with Journey -- you have to experience it for yourself. On that note, here...

  • Journey: Collector's Edition Review - a great game just got better

    If I was to tell you that you have to undertake a challenging journey for a second time it's probably not going to be the news you'd want to hear. However,  with the release of the Journey: Collector’s Edition package you will probably agree that embarking on this particular adventure sec...

  • Jurassic Park: The Game Review

    Some 120 miles off the coast of Costa Rica, the biotechnology company InGen from Palo Alto, California, has leased a remote Pacific island from the Costa Rican government. The scientists on Isla Nublar have been hard at work for five years creating the most fantastic tourist trap ever conceived&...

  • Just Cause 2 Review

    Whether you’re wandering by foot across the mountainous terrains of the South East Asian island of Panau with peaks that overlook miles of lush jungle-lands and white sandy beaches, or sky-diving through the air landing in the crystal clear waters 10,000 feet below before swimming under the su...

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