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  • Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Review

    The mammoth task of shrinking the multi-award winning, multi-million selling, open-ended Grand Theft Auto series onto the PSP and somehow transforming it into a game that stands up to the quality of previous titles is an unenviable one, but Rockstar Games has done a magnificent job. Without compromi...

  • Gravity Rush Review

    Gravity Rush challenges your perception of what it means to be a superhero. Better yet, it challenges your notion of what constitutes as superpowers. The cleverly-named Kat, who is bestowed gravity-defying powers by a cat (get the play on names?), acts like a superhero on acid. She falls through...

  • Green Day: Rock Band Review

    This will likely be one of the shortest reviews you’ll read here at PSU, and for good reason. Green Day: Rock Band is exactly what it sounds like – a Green Day version of Rock Band. If you like the band and music games, you’ll probably enjoy this title. If you don’t like eith...

  • Grid 2 Review: Drifting for days

    The crowd is cheering, fireworks are rising in the distance and the car engines are revving. You’re planning your opening move, thinking about how you’re going to get first place and maintain it. The light turns green and you’re off, more fireworks exploding in the distance as ...

  • GRID Review

    Welcome David, your car is ready in your garage. This is what I was treated to every single time I loaded up Codemasters' latest racing title, GRID. Whether your vehicle is one of the new Audis fresh off the lot or just a low-end Lacetti, GRID will welcome you into its world and prepare you for what...

  • Growlanser Wayfarer of Time Review

    The PlayStation Portable is falling by the wayside, and, depending on perspective, has been for a long time. Titles like Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time really should have been around much sooner. It's hard to say where the handheld would be right now, but more games with this level of delivery would h...

  • GTI Club + Review

    With the intention of stirring up nostalgic memories amongst those old enough to remember what it was like to pay just 50p for the privilege of playing a decent videogame, Konami has taken one of its most popular retro racing titles, GTI Club, and placed it in the capable hands of Sheffield-based de...

  • Guacamelee! Review

    A game like Guacamelee doesn’t bring you back to the “glory days” solely because it’s retro-inspired—it brings you back because it gives those same classics that made you fall in love with the genre a run for their money. A spot-on mix of old and new, Guacamelee caters ...

  • Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition PS4 Review

    It’s an increasingly common trend that some of the best games from 2013 are launching on PlayStation 4 in 2014. Two high profile examples are The Last of Us and Grand Theft Auto 5, and now there’s another great game you should add to that list if you haven’t already, Guacamelee! Su...

  • Guardians of Middle-Earth Review

    Gaming as a legitimate sport has been debated for years, and while some console games are tailor made for a competitive environment like Street Fighter or Halo, the majority of them are created for the PC and not consoles. Lord of the Rings: Guardians of Middle Earth is an attempt to create for the ...

  • Guitar Hero 5 Review

    The videogame music genre has been doing the rounds for several years, and if it first felt like a passing fad, the inordinate amount of titles, and their related success, is more than enough evidence to prove that they’re not going anywhere. Love them or hate them, they are popular with both ...

  • Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock Review

    It's once again time to rock and roll, as the fourth game to sport the Guitar Hero name has finally been released, this time hitting almost every platform imaginable. But does the game have enough to stand up against the massively hyped Rock Band? Since the split up of Harmonix and Red Octane, m...

  • Guitar Hero Metallica Review

    This week, Metallica was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. As the legendary metal band’s members -- Lars, James, Kirk, and Robert -- stepped up on stage to shred, they knew that they were true Guitar Heroes. How appropriate, then, that the quartet just received their very own Guita...

  • Guitar Hero: Smash Hits Review

    Guitar Hero: Smash Hits is not a ‘new’ game. Smash Hits merges the greatest hits from past Guitar Hero games with the GH World Tour framework—and really, that’s all there is to it. That doesn’t mean that Smash Hits is a bad game, however—far from it. If you’...

  • Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Review

    What happened to the music-genre games of yesteryear? It’s seems the past year or so has shown some of the less than appealing aspects of this now tediously repetitive genre: games which could have been adequately rolled out as DLC as opposed to full retail releases (we’re looking at you...

  • Gunslugs Review: Challenging run-and-gun brings Contra love to PS Vita

    I don’t play a lot of games on my mobile devices. Because of this, I miss out on some great titles that stand proud above the shovelware and mediocre games that clutter any given app store. Even the best mobile games are rarely ported to handheld consoles like PlayStation Vita, but thanks to A...

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