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  • L.A. Noire Review

    The glitz of 1940s Los Angeles paints a thin veil on the corrupt underbelly of society. Greedy real estate developers, psychotic serial killers, hardened World War II veterans, corrupt cops, hit men, arsonists, and junky jazz musicians are but a few of the citizens that inhabit L.A. Noire, the lates...

  • Lair Review

    Dragon’s seem scary. At least, they seemed that way according to mythical stories of fire breathing giants, known only for their plight and destruction upon the different human civilizations of the middle ages. The dragons in Lair, however, are different. Looking pleasing with stunning visuals...

  • Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light Review

    Video game pin-up Lara Croft is a shadow of her former self in the PSN’s latest platform-hopping adventure Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light. Not only has developer Crystal Dynamics traded her sparkling and curvaceous HD figure, last seen in Tomb Raider: Underworld, for a Thumbelina-sized i...

  • LBP Karting review

    Kart racing games are so infuriating. You can boost down straights with the speed of Lewis Hamilton, drift around corners with the skills of Colin McRae and take all the right shortcuts to get ahead of the pack and deliver a flawless lap, but there’ll always be someone hot on your tail ready t...

  • LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review

    Gotham City awaits you in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, but Arkham City this is not. The family-friendly nature of the LEGO video game franchise is intact despite DC Comics' comparatively dark mythos, but that doesn't mean developer Traveller's Tales is content to give us a simple rehash of the LE...

  • LEGO Batman: The Videogame Review

    When Commissioner Gordon flips that switch and the bat signal hits the Gotham sky, you know it’s only a matter of time until the dark knight makes an appearance. Cue Traveller’s Tales with their own unique vision of Gotham City’s caped crusader in LEGO Batman: The Videogame, markin...

  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 Review

    We were given a great tip the other day. Wrap all of your old, discolored LEGO bricks up in a pillowcase, make sure you tie a knot in it and then whack it all in the washing machine. Sit tight for 10 minutes, take it out and your grubby LEGO bits will be as good as new! Despite our age, LEGO still h...

  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Review (PS Vita)

    Few other modern characters have united fans both young and old like Harry Potter. The boy-wizard stars in a series of books turned movies, he has amusement park rides dedicated to his adventures, and he even has a host of videogames to retell the entire saga. Yet, despite marketing to kids, Har...

  • LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures Review

    Tired of playing in a galaxy far, far away? If so, Traveller’s Tales is back with an all new addition to their LEGO franchise. LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures offers up fans of the series one game packed with every adventure from the 1980s films. While the game does take you throug...

  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes PS4 review: with great power comes great playability

    LEGO and Marvel comics have a lot in common. Both were originally conceived as products for children, which then quickly outgrew that audience to become embraced by people of all ages. Consequently, LEGO and Marvel now enjoy worldwide popularity, so it’s only logical that these two establi...

  • LEGO The Hobbit PS4 Review

    If you newly recessed after rescuing the helpless denizens of Bricksburg, then prepare yourselves, because TT Games has crafted yet another Legoverse for you to indulge in – this time in the realm of a brick-ridden Middle-earth. Lego The Hobbit adapts the first two films of Peter Jackson's Hob...

  • LEGO The Lord of the Rings: The Video Game review

    One thing you can guarantee each time that Traveller’s Tales (TT) takes one of our beloved movie franchises and turns it into a brick-bashing videogame is that it will do it justice in terms of the way it presents these popular stories. The English software house has an impressive back-catalog...

  • Lemmings Touch Review: Not for Control Freaks

    One of the most beloved puzzlers of the PSOne era, Lemmings has now been reborn as Lemmings Touch, a touch-screen friendly iteration of the game newly inspired by aspects of contemporary mobile gaming. It’s a new beginning for the dormant franchise which, while encapsulating the charm and chal...

  • Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Review - world's end generates wonderful RPG changes

    Three games have been released within five years of each other that span the Final Fantasy XIII realm, and Lightning Returns has its sights set on ending the series outright. Since the general views on the series have been so polarized, the close of this story arch could be either good or bad. Regar...

  • Limbo Review

    If one aspect of Catholic theology is to be believed, Limbo is a place you wouldn’t want to visit. According to some religious thinkers, it’s an underworld where all of us could end up if we sin too much, a place in between heaven and hell where sinful souls get trapped awaiting their...

  • Linger in Shadows Review

    The demoscene makes its way to the PS3 in a title that will leave some thoroughly confused and others stroking their goatee as they write a detailed analysis on their Mac, pausing only to fix their beret. And other artist stereotypes. Linger in Shadows is not a game. Let's just get that out of th...

  • Linksys E4200 Review

    It’s not every day that we review a router, but for reasons that I’m about to get into, we felt compelled to let you know about this one. We often hear about PlayStation 3 (or any other modern console) owners complaining about wireless connectivity. The general consensus has been that ...

  • Little Deviants Review

    Little Deviants is to PlayStation Vita early adopters what Rayman Raving Rabbids was to Wii owners; a set of mini-games that appear “gimmicky” in nature but showcase the complete range of control methods of Sony’s new handheld with some style. While Uncharted: Golden Abyss is t...

  • LittleBigPlanet 2 cross-controller DLC review

    Gaming is moving towards multiple screen gameplay. We've seen it with Apple devices and AirPlay, Microsoft has Smartglass, and of course Nintendo has the DS. Sony has dabbled with it before with Remote Play, though was simply projecting the image from the T.V. onto the screen of the handheld, but no...

  • LittleBigPlanet 2 Video Review

    When it was released more than two years ago, Media Molecule turned more than a few heads with LittleBigPlanet. Since then, the adorable Sackboy has served as an unofficial mascot for the PlayStation brand, representing one of the most artistic, addicting, and clever platformers to date. The LittleB...

  • LittleBigPlanet PS Vita Review

    A fleeting glimpse belies the truth - Sackboy's latest adventure may seem like old hat, but closer inspection reveals something revelatory. By enveloping finger feedback in the warm embrace of traditional mechanics, LittleBigPlanet PS Vita forges a new path for gaming and bridges the gap between mai...

  • LittleBigPlanet Review

    Approachable. Brilliant. Classic. Dynamic. Exciting. Fun. Gorgeous. Hilarious. Innovative. Jammin’. Kooky. Lovable. Magical. Numinous. Open. Playful. Quirky. Robust. Splendid. Transcendent. Universal. Vibrant. Wacky. Xenial. Youthful. Zany. LittleBigPlanet. These qualities pervade this ...

  • LittleBigPlanet Review (PSP)

    When LittleBigPlanet was released last winter, Sony appeared to have a new mascot and a champion for its fabled black box. SackBoy would go on to wow audiences and critics alike with its physics-based gameplay, eye-popping artistic presentation, catchy soundtrack, and the community that Media Molecu...

  • Lollipop Chainsaw Review

    Lollipop Chainsaw is one of the most obnoxious games I’ve ever played. When you imagine a ditzy-Britney Spears-cheerleader-inspired zombie hunter who dons as little clothing as possible, you may be mildly intrigued. Or maybe you wanted to check out Grasshopper Manufacture’s latest slapst...

  • London 2012: The Official Video Game Of The Olympics Review

    The eyes of the world were glued to the magnificent opening Olympic ceremony in London and what a spectacle it was with its eye-popping fireworks display, energetic dance routines and toe-tapping showcase of the best in British music, concluding with Paul McCartney’s hand-waving rendition of &...

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