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  • War Thunder Review: Achtung, Spitfire!

    The PlayStation 4 launch line-up may have suffered from some notable blemishes in the form of several major delays (InFamous: Second Son, DriveClub and Watch Dogs), but that has actually worked to War Thunder’s advantage. Had those aforementioned games seen release, Gaijin Entertainment's comp...

  • Warframe PS4 Review: the best F2P title on next-gen consoles

    Free to Play may not be something console gamers are used to hearing, but with the launch of the PlayStation 4, Sony has made big a push to not only get triple A titles but bring forth a plethora of Free to Play titles that have dominated the PC space for years to its next gen console. Warframe is...

  • Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team Review

    Approaching Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team as someone who has never played a single title from the Warhammer franchise, I felt daunted during the intro cut scene. It’s not because the game was shoving character names and events from the Warhammer universe down my throat, but simply because I was ...

  • Warhawk - Operation: Omega Dawn Review

    Warhawk has had some steep competition in recent months. With brilliant online titles available such as the addictive Call of Duty 4 and the mod-friendly Unreal Tournament III, Warhawk took its time in the backseat for a while. Nevertheless, its first expansion, Operation: Omega Dawn, manages to per...

  • Warhawk -- Operation: Broken Mirror Review

    The guys over at Incognito seem to be doing everything they can to make your Warhawk playing time one of the better experiences on the PlayStation 3. With a booster pack and a free update already released, Incognito has given players the opportunity to utilize a Dropship transporter, a wrench to rep...

  • Warhawk Review

    Don’t be alarmed if you find yourself blown up more than once simply because you’re caught unaware admiring the stunning view. Never has anyone seen such huge draw distances. When you take the power of a newer console to make something newer and better, using the hardware to accomplish t...

  • Wheelman Review

    It's blatantly apparent from the outset that Midway Newcastle has taken some of its design inspiration for Wheelman directly from the Grand Theft Auto series. With such a heavy focus on driving missions, the developer would have been crazy if it hadn't attempted to imitate some of the same features ...

  • When Vikings Attack review

    When Vikings Attack is a multiplayer-focused PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita game from Clever Beans that succeeds in delivering an entertaining take on the brawler genre thanks to its simple yet engaging gameplay and solid multiplayer options. Revolving around the concept of a Viking invasion tha...

  • WipEout 2048 Review

    Optimized for the PlayStation Vita hardware, WipEout 2048 bears all the hallmarks of the first game on the original PlayStation some 17 years ago, yet it combines the familiar concept of futuristic, high-speed anti-gravity races with some modern-day innovations that help bring it crashing into this ...

  • WipEout HD Review

    HD is the new 64, as WipEout returns to a home console in this high definition homage to the WipEout PSP titles, Pure and Pulse. WipEout has not appeared on a home console since the controversial WipEout Fusion on the PlayStation 2, so it's great to see the series back where it originated. WipEou...

  • WipEout Pulse Review

    If you’ve been searching for your next bout of dazzling, fast-paced futuristic racing, look no further. The WipEout series has been around since the PSX days and its most recent installment, WipEout Pulse, has just been released on the PlayStation Portable. Developed by Sony Computer Entertain...

  • Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler review - Shrek meets L.A. Noire

    So did Humpty Dumpty fall or was he pushed? Someone in Library City knows the answer and solving the Humpty case is going to take the skills of its top two detectives, Diggs Nightcrawler and you. Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler is the new game from Moonbot Studios and the second title so far to use ...

  • Worms Collection Review

     Like a parliament of owls, Team 17 has been dining out on Worms for many, many years (15 to be exact) and there’s no sign of the Yorkshire-based studio taking its foot of the dynamite detonator just yet. The latest iteration, Worms Collection, follows the popular trend of grouping a bunc...

  • Worms Crazy Golf Review

    Flying low under the radar is the console port of Worms Crazy Golf, a spin-off from the venerable Worms series of turn based tactical action games. Trading in Bazookas and Concrete Donkeys for a 5 Iron and a baseball cap, does this take on the Worms formula still work? In short, yes and no. ...

  • WRC: FIA World Rally Championship Review

    Rally driving isn’t a sport for the faint-hearted. While there’s a great deal of accomplishment and satisfaction to be had out of hand-braking smoothly around a tight hairpin bend or careering successfully across a narrow track over an uneven, muddy and unpredictable surface, it’s ...

  • WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw! 2009 Review

    WWE Smackdown vs. RAW’s inaugural offering of spandex-wearing grappling action celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and impressively, despite a recent attempt by TNA Impact! to muscle in on its patch, remains unchallenged, satisfyingly reaping in the cash benefits of being the undisputed ...

  • WWE SmackDown! Vs Raw 2008 Review

    WWE SmackDown! Vs Raw is a title that should of just quit while it was ahead. The title, which was developed by YUKE’s Future Media Creators and published by THQ, can easily be called the worst game in the series. The game is the first WWE game to be available for all currently selling gam...

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