Category: Reviews

The Avengers Review

The Avengers Assemble The Avengers is a 2012 movie release featuring the comic heroics of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr), Captain America (Chris Evans), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson). The Earth is facing a threat on a […]

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Bastion Review

Bastion is an Xbox Live Arcade game created by Super Giant Games (2011), this is an action/adventure/RPG title that follows the events of an event known only as “The Calamity” where the world has been shaken to its core. You play as an unnamed protagonist, seeking out to […]

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Max Payne 3 Review

Rockstar Vancouver has published the latest game in the Max Payne franchise, Max Payne 3. Voiced by James McCaffrey, Max sets out on his latest dark adventure, this time in Brazil. He has been hired to keep the wealthy Branco family safe, however the wife of the eldest […]

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Plants vs Zombies Review

The popular tower defence game known as Plants vs Zombies (PopCap Games) is now also on Playstation Vita, with iterations of this sound premise on almost every device imaginable. Is this Vita version able to capture the fun gameplay that has made this multimillion dollar franchise popular? The […]

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Resistance: Burning Skies Review

The Playstation Vita is the first handheld gaming system with 2 analog sticks, with this ability First Person Shooter gameplay is now able to be optimized for a handheld. As such the first FPS game has hit Vita, Resistance: Burning Skies is another game in the Playstation exclusive […]

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Borderlands Review

As a child I was quite the collector, ranging from Pokemon cards to Tazos. I loved the satisfaction of ripping open a packet and getting a card that was better than the ones I had already collected, the feeling of excitement and happiness was overwhelming. Being a little […]

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The Amazing Spider-Man Review

Reboots. The new word that strikes fear and excitement into many these days, the number of rebooted or re-imagined films being released increases on an annual basis. Some are released to great applause (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, 2011) where some cringe at the very thought of […]

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Spec Ops: The Line Review

Narrative within the shooting genre has often been a difficult task, usually forgotten in turn for some massive fiery explosion or dramatic set piece. Even shooters such as Homefront who relied on their story as a key selling point, eventually fell short of the narrative mark. However a […]

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