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Zenduko, Review PSP

Zenduko, Review PSP

ZendukoSingle number shenanigansZenduko as you would expect from its name is based on the well known Sudoku puzzles. For those of you that have been living in a box for the past few years here...

Review posted on 15th June 2007

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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2007, Review PlayStation 3, EA Sports

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2007, Review PlayStation 3, EA Sports

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2007 Review PlayStation 3EA SportsTiger makes his debut on the PS3 with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2007 which has already appeared on the last generation machines. The PS3 version is quite...

Review posted on 30th May 2007

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Medal of Honor: Vanguard, PS2 Review

Medal of Honor: Vanguard, PS2 Review

Vanguard is the latest and probably the last in the long running World War II first person shooter series from EA on the PS2. Way back in the early days of the PS2, gamers were...

Review posted on 27th April 2007

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Fight Night Round 3, Review PlayStation 3, EA Sports

Fight Night Round 3, Review PlayStation 3, EA Sports

Fight Night Round 3Review PlayStation 3EA SportsFor anyone who has yet to be introduced to the Fight Night series, it is the only simulation style boxing game on the market. Driven by the Total Punch...

Review posted on 19th April 2007

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Resistance Fall of Man, Review PS3, Sony Entertainment

Resistance Fall of Man, Review PS3, Sony Entertainment

Resistance Fall of Man Review PS3Insomniac games, the people behind the brilliant Ratchet & Clank, deliver the first hard-core FPS title for Sony's shiny new PS3 console.People love First person shooters and every games console...

Review posted on 13th April 2007

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Genji Days of the Blade, Review PS3

Genji Days of the Blade, Review PS3

Genji was originally released on the PS2, it was intended to be Sony's answer to Capcom's Onimusha, a hack and slash samurai action adventure which featured very nice graphics and simple game play. Genji didn't...

Review posted on 12th April 2007

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Ridge Racer 7, Review Platstation 3

Ridge Racer 7, Review Platstation 3

Ridge Racer 7 Review Platstation 3The last version of the Ridge Racer series I played was the PSP version and I thoroughly enjoyed it. However, the last release of Ridge Racer was version 6 which...

Review posted on 5th April 2007

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MotorStorm, Review Playstation 3, Sony Entertainment

MotorStorm, Review Playstation 3, Sony Entertainment

MotorStorm Review Playstation 3Paris Dakar meets Mad Max meets Demolition Derby is probably the best way to describe what MotorStorm is all about. If you don't know anything about the Paris Dakar you should look...

Review posted on 4th April 2007

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Sonic and the Secret Rings, Review Nintendo Wii, Sega

Sonic and the Secret Rings, Review Nintendo Wii, Sega

Sonic and the Secret RingsReview Nintendo WiiSegaThe latest in a long line of Sonic games Secret Rings manages to regain the pedigree that made Sonic a cult game all those years ago. The famous blue...

Review posted on 30th March 2007

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The Warriors, Review, PSP, Rockstar

The Warriors, Review, PSP, Rockstar

The Warriors"Come out to PSPlay.."Here we go again; a game based on a film usually lacks any of the good parts of the film and next to no game play. In 1979 a film directed...

Review posted on 16th March 2007

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Lost Planet Extreme Condition, Review Xbox360, Capcom Eurosoft

Lost Planet Extreme Condition, Review Xbox360, Capcom Eurosoft

Lost PlanetReview Xbox360Capcom EurosoftThe Human Race is looking for a new planet to colonize. Surely there is a better option than a freezing hell-hole inhabited by 100ft tall spiders? Developed by the team behind such...

Review posted on 22nd February 2007

Gogol Bordello - Jo's top 10 albums of 2006

Gogol Bordello - Jo's top 10 albums of 2006

As 2006 draws to a close, we should reflect on the albums that have defined this year. It’s been a funny old year for music, We’ve had the rise of the Arctic Monkeys and Kooks...

Review posted on 22nd December 2006

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas, Xbox 360, Ubisoft

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas, Xbox 360, Ubisoft

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six VegasXbox 360UbiSoftWith over 80 million books sold, Tom Clancy is arguably the world's most recognized author. His works include fiction such as The Hunt for Red October, Clear and Present Danger,...

Review posted on 21st December 2006

Gears of War, Review Xbox 360, Microsoft

Gears of War, Review Xbox 360, Microsoft

Gears of WarReview Xbox 360Epic/Microsoft"Gears of War" is the first game developed by Epic Games exclusively for Microsoft Game Studios and the Xbox 360. "Gears of War" thrusts you into a deep and harrowing story...

Review posted on 21st December 2006

Tony Hawks Project 8, Review Xbox 360, Activision

Tony Hawks Project 8, Review Xbox 360, Activision

Tony Hawks Project 8Review Xbox 360ActivisionSkateboarding cool has been in resurgence this year largely due to Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco's classic old skool hip hop ode "Kick Push". What better way to quench those newly...

Review posted on 15th December 2006

PS3 - Sega Virtua Fighter 5 and Virtua Tennis 3 Preview

PS3 - Sega Virtua Fighter 5 and Virtua Tennis 3 Preview

As the next gen begins to flex its muscles two premium titles are back bigger and better than ever. Sega's Virtua fighter already looks sumptuous, with distractingly beautiful environments that are hard to wrench your...

Review posted on 8th December 2006

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Call of Duty 3, Review Xbox 360, Activision

Call of Duty 3, Review Xbox 360, Activision

Call of Duty 3 Review Xbox 360 ActivisionThere is no doubt in my mind that Call of Duty 2 was one of the best games available on the Xbox 360 at it's time of release....

Review posted on 1st December 2006

Moto GP, Review PSP, Sony Entertainment

Moto GP, Review PSP, Sony Entertainment

Moto GPReview PSPSony EntertainmentDriving fast on bikes is cool as long as you're doing it in a professionally controlled environment with high quality leathers, ok kids? Mot GP for the PSP successfully captures the frightening...

Review posted on 21st November 2006

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Ape Academy 2, Review PSP, Sony Entertainment

Ape Academy 2, Review PSP, Sony Entertainment

Ape Academy 2Review PSPSony EntertainmentApe Academy 2 is the next level in monkey `mayhem' on the PSP. Players join the monkeys following their graduation from the `Ape Academy' as they go head to head in...

Review posted on 21st November 2006

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Just Cause, Review Xbox 360, Eidos

Just Cause, Review Xbox 360, Eidos

Just CauseReview Xbox 360 EidosSet in an incredibly detailed tropical island nation spanning over 250,000 acres of diverse landscapes, Just Cause is a massive, free-roaming action game set in a rogue South American state suspected...

Review posted on 8th November 2006

Pro Evolution Soccer 06, Review Xbox 360, Konami

Pro Evolution Soccer 06, Review Xbox 360, Konami

Pro Evo 06 Review Xbox 360 KonamiIt makes me sigh wistfully when I think about the fact that I have been playing this game since 1994 that is twelve years in total. Originally the game...

Review posted on 7th November 2006

Test Drive Unlimited, Review Xbox 360, Atari

Test Drive Unlimited, Review Xbox 360, Atari

Test Drive Unlimited Review Xbox 360AtariTest Drive series has been one of the longest running franchises in video game history. While being the longest it has also had quite a chequered history. Atari have made...

Review posted on 28th September 2006

Formula One '06, Review PS2

Formula One '06, Review PS2

F1 '06 is the latest annual update in EA's licensed formula one franchise. Does this version merely contain a new layer of spit and polish, updated team and driver names and colours or is...

Review posted on 21st September 2006

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Monster House, PS2 Review

Monster House, PS2 Review

Monster House, the video game, was released in conjunction with the film that is currently on at the cinema. The films visuals delight both children and adults alike but will the game do the same?After...

Review posted on 30th August 2006

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Full Spectrum Warrior Ten Hammers, Review

Full Spectrum Warrior Ten Hammers, Review

This has made me play for many ours, my girlfriend is starting to ask my name when I come up to bed as she has not seen me for a long time.Sequel to the award...

Review posted on 4th August 2006

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Prey, Review, Xbox 360

Prey, Review, Xbox 360

Prey - Review Xbox 360To celebrate the release of Prey on Xbox 360 we have copies of the game an Xbox 360 console and a pair of amazing poweriZer super muscles to give away. *...

Review posted on 4th August 2006

Micro Machines V4, PS2 Review

Micro Machines V4, PS2 Review

Arguably one of the most addictive multiplayer video games has made an eagerly awaited return to the PS2. High paced, racing fun and a vast array of cars and tracks to unlock. Micro Machines is...

Review posted on 25th July 2006

Stella Artois Film Festival, 22-23 July 2006 - Greenwich Park London

Stella Artois Film Festival, 22-23 July 2006 - Greenwich Park London

STUDIO ARTOIS LIVEStella Artois presents the UK's first ever outdoor film festival22-23 July 2006 - Greenwich Park LondonThis Summer, Stella Artois launches a programme of pioneering national film events, including the UK's first ever outdoor...

Review posted on 17th July 2006

Cut Chemist, Feature

Cut Chemist, Feature

Cut Chemist Feature For any one out there who hasn'theard of Cut Chemist, let me introduce one of the masterminds behind legendary hip hop group Jurrasic 5. DJ Cut Chemist has desided to go it...

Review posted on 7th June 2006

Oblivion: The Elder Scrolls, Review Xbox 360, Bethesda Softworks

Oblivion: The Elder Scrolls, Review Xbox 360, Bethesda Softworks

Oblivion: The Elder ScrollsReview Xbox 360Bethesda SoftworksThe Elder Scrolls series is now over ten years old. It has developed from an old skool 2D adventure game with blocky graphics and annoying music into the best...

Review posted on 12th May 2006

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