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Bionic Commando Rearmed 2

After a disappointing full-fat 3D outing for Nathan “Rad” Spencer, Capcom is returning the Bionic Commando to safe territory with Bionic Commando Rearmed 2.... Read more
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Mass Effect 2

In 2010, Mass Effect 2 amazed critics and gamers alike with its supposed brilliance. After a series of rumors and denials, the sequel to a trilogy that was once thought to be an Xbox 360 exclusive was announced for the PlayStation 3.... Read more
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Tron: Evolution

If history has taught us anything, it’s that video games based on movies belong in the bargain bin at the local Blockbuster.... Read more
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Majin And The Forsaken Kingdom

From a stylistic and technical point of view, Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom is unlike most modern games. The pacing is often slow and thoughtful, and it lacks the intensity that we are used to seeing from other blockbuster games released this generation.... Read more
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James Bond 007: Blood Stone

With the 007 franchise on hiatus while MGM works out their money issues fans of secret agent man James Bond get a bit of fresh air.... Read more
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Alien Breed: Impact

Alien Breed is a series developed by Team 17 that dates back to 1991.  Since then, the long running top-down shooter franchise has received several sequels. Alien Breed: Impact is an updated version of a game originally released for the XBLA in December 2009. ... Read more
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Call Of Duty: Black Ops

Call of Duty is one of the most successful and loved series of all time.... Read more
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Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2

Creating a 3D fighter based on a long-running anime is a massive challenge. Fans expect all the characters to be in the game, and for every one of them to be equipped with their special moves.... Read more
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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2

NARUTO Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2’s gameplay can be broken down into two genres: firstly, it’s a traditional JRPG adventure story; and secondly, it’s a dynamic 3D fighter. It feels both familiar and obscure. ... Read more
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Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow

Konami's Castlevania began life in Japan in 1986, and since then the series has had a long line of sequels. Today, it’s a well established and revered franchise for critics and gamers alike, with Symphony of the Night regularly cited as being the best the series has to offer.... Read more
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