InFamous 2 Review (Playstation 3)

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  • InFamous 2 Review (Playstation 3)

    1 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on June 12, 2011 under Featured, PS3 Reviews
    InFamous was one of my favourite games in recent years, it combined fast, hard hitting action with the option to fulfill your inner eviiiillll nature. Killing civilians and butchering innocents was all part of the fun, although I have to admit my path was more honourable and valiant. InFamous 2 continues with the story of Cole McGrath and the game immediately holds no punches, with a monumental... more.
  • LA Noire Review (Playstation 3)

    1 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on May 22, 2011 under Featured, PS3 Reviews
    One of this years most hotly awaited games was upon us last week. LA Noire for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 is the newest title from critically acclaimed studio Rockstar. With amazingly high levels of production and a new face mapping technique, the big question has to be asked. Is it actually a good game to play? There is no questioning the production and effort that RockStar have instilled ... more.
  • Virtua Tennis 4 Review (Playstation 3)

    1 CommentsPosted by Sarah Conlan on May 15, 2011 under Featured, PS3 Reviews
    Virtua Tennis 4 has always been a really fun game and it was one I waited for with excitement every year. With the advancement of technology and the adoption of motion controllers, the expectations of sports games are now very demanding. Can Virtua Tennis 4 appease the masses? Sadly, Virtua Tennis 4 doesn't really reinvent itself, and it seems to be struggling to come up with new, fresh ideas, ... more.
  • Brink Review (Xbox 360)

    0 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on May 10, 2011 under Featured, X360 Reviews
    Brink is no ordinary, everyday shooter, the whole concept of this action game revolves around some rather dramatic and inventive ideas. The fluid, Mirrors Edge style parkour movement is combined with a unusual player objective mechanic. Brink is formed around the constant battle between The Resistance and The Security, two factions who live on an overpopulated island called The Ark. The game is... more.
  • Darkspore Review (PC)

    0 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on May 4, 2011 under Featured, PC Reviews
    DarkSpore is not about cute creatures and falling in love. There is no evolving from a single cell organism to a cool and level headed ruler of the galaxy. Darkspore is a science fiction role playing game with no real connection to the original game which was such a huge success for Electronic Arts. Spore was a very original game which appealed to both kids and grandmothers, but this latest offeri... more.
  • Mortal Kombat Review (Xbox360)

    1 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on May 1, 2011 under Featured, X360 Reviews
    If, like me, you are old enough then you may remember playing Mortal Kombat in the arcades almost 20 years ago. It was a game which attracted the young male audience, because it featured plenty of gore and death moves. The ninth game (yes, count 'em) has just been released and this time, they really are playing hard ball. Ed Boon and his talented team at NetherRealm Studios have really created ... more.
  • Operation Flashpoint: Red River Review (PS3)

    0 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on April 25, 2011 under Featured, PS3 Reviews, X360 Reviews
    Operation Flashpoint has been a very successful franchise, targeting the first person shooter audience who like a little focus on tactics, rather than straightforward kamikaze heroics. The games started on the PC platform, but in recent years have seen many outings on the console platform also. Dragon Rising from 2009 was a fun romp, but the difficulty setting and long duration between auto saves ... more.
  • Portal 2 Review (PC)

    1 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on April 22, 2011 under Featured, PC Reviews
    Portal was an incredible success when it was released in 2007. It was a witty, charming, addictive romp through a virtual puzzle world. The puzzle design was inspired, forcing gamers to think laterally. With 19 test rooms and a final battle with the sarcastic computer AI GlaDOS it was awarded game of the year by many publications and still remains in the list of top ten PC titles of all time for m... more.
  • Crysis 2 Review (Xbox 360)

    0 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on April 15, 2011 under Featured, X360 Reviews
    Crysis was an epic game, and whether you loved or loathed it, for many years it became a ' benchmark' for PC gaming, and opened many debates along the lines of 'yes,but how well can you run Crysis?'. I liked the original - it was fun, it was entertaining, and with the ludicrous hardware demand it became a personal goal of mine to get it running well at high settings on my 1080p plasma TV. The foll... more.
  • Shift 2 Unleashed (PC) Review

    0 CommentsPosted by Terry Franklin on April 10, 2011 under Featured, PC Reviews
    Shift was a classic title, I played it for months. For me this is a big deal as I find most racing games about as appealing as putting my hand in a blender. Shift 2 is a great game, which I had a blast reviewing over the last week. Electronic Arts have clearly placed a lot of time and effort into developing the new title, and trying to find a niche market which isn't directly competing against ... more.
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