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DmC: Devil May Cry Vergil’s Downfall Review – Embracing the Darkness

Vergil’s Downfall is the first major DLC offering from Ninja Theory picking up just moments after the conclusion of DmC: Devil May Cry.  I won’t spoil that event for those of you who have not finished the game, but if … Continue reading

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DmC: Devil May Cry Review – No Crying Here

Controversy seemed to follow this title ever since it was first announced back in 2010 at the Tokyo Game Show.  Capcom relinquished development duties to the underrated Ninja Theory (Enslaved: Journey to the West, Heavenly Sword) to reboot a franchise which … Continue reading

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Dishonored Review – A Breath Of Fresh Air With A Side Of Revenge

In a year full of sequels and remakes, releasing a new IP set in a new world can be a dangerous thing.  It takes a special product to stand out and Dishonored is offering you a game full of freedom, choice, and a … Continue reading

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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review – Gotham Justice

Tired of brutal and realistic Batman? Have an urge to smash bricks apart? Traveller’s Tales have heard your cries and brought Lego Batman back with the second installment.  Lex Luthor and The Joker have teamed up to bring chaos down on … Continue reading

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Sound Shapes Review – Rocking The Beat

Sound Shapes is such a unique game.  It’s a platformer but heavily invested in music as well.  It’s a game bringing amazing yet simple visuals coupled with a musical score powered by some famous artists like Beck.  The real hook?  … Continue reading

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Spec Ops: The Line Review – Where Is My Mind?

It’s been a long 10 years but Yager Development and 2K Games have finally brought back a franchise that many of you probably didn’t know existed in the first place.  Spec Ops: The Line is the ninth game in the series … Continue reading

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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Review – Back To The Future

After a multitude of delays through a long development cycle, Ubisoft and Red Storm have finally released this shooter into the wild.  Future Soldier manages to stay true to the formula set up in the previous Advanced Warfighter games while managing to forge … Continue reading

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