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Condemned throws you into the role of a rather uncharismatic and frankly rather dull guy who has the un-happy task of investigating serial killings. The game begins with you entering a "Condemned" building (from which th... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
Geomatry Wars Evolved is certainly one of the most addicting games out there on XBLA but it's frustrating too...
I shall be the first to admit here. I suck at this game, I really, really am awful at GWE. For those of you who don't know the basic premise of GWE you play a little white spaceship and fly around a box shooting at the v... Read Full Review6 of 12 users found the following review helpful
Having played every major title in the Tomb Raider series (not counting handheld and mobile phone versions), taking Lara all around the world and pitting her against a variety of enemies no title in the long running seri... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Quirky, fun and a reminder of gaming days gone by. Cloning Clyde is an entertaining if short lived platformer.
If Cloning Clyde reminded me of any game it was rather oddly "Space Station Silicon Valley" on the Nintendo 64. Now I thought SSSV was awful, however it did have a quirky sense of humour and it's that sense of humour mix... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Dark Messiah is unintentionally hilarious, brutally violent and chocked full of bugs in equal doses.
Dark Messiah for those of you not in the know, is an action heavy game which couples lots of combat with a highly simplistic RPG style levelling up system. The 360 version subtitled "Elements" has a few additions over th... Read Full Review7 of 7 users found the following review helpful
Buy Uno from the marketplace. That is all. Well, O.K it's not quite all but I can assure you if you invest the tiny fee to get this game and start downloading it while you read my review you won't regret it (unless of... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
Digital Devil Saga is a game that will both frustrate and reward you in equal doses. The game carries on the great combat system present in Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, however along with that it carries over the instan... Read Full Review9 of 9 users found the following review helpful
A lack of a strong story and characters make Nocturne weak in some areas but the games great combat is a saving grace.
I'll say it now despite the hours of frustration, instant deaths and lack of some of the usual staples of great RPG's Nocturne (or Lucifers Call as it's called here in the UK) does stand up as something different. I have... Read Full Review9 of 11 users found the following review helpful
All style and no substance, unless you count blatent fanservice for guys and girls alike as substance of course..
Now let me start by saying I haven't finished DMC IV. I just couldn't bring myself to progress with the game after reaching a certain point. It's not to say that DMC IV is extremely bad, or an awful game it isn't, it's s... Read Full Review10 of 13 users found the following review helpful
Being a child of Bhaal is no easy task really. Firstly your father is the God of Murder which means you have a bit of a bad rep, and secondly every mad wizard and their vampire sister wants a piece of you in order to rul... Read Full Review18 of 18 users found the following review helpful
Bloodlines superb story and characterization let it rise high above its average combat to great heights.
Vampires Bloodlines is definatively one of my favourite RPG's of all time. It's setting, it's cast, it's storyline are all fantastic and while the combat is weak in comparison to the rest of the game once your all patche... Read Full Review4 of 4 users found the following review helpful
As a HUGE fan of the original "Perfect Dark" (one of the few games where I've actually wanted to complete every single difficulty level no less) I was immensly looking forward to once again entering Jo's world. Sitting d... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
JRPGs are two a penny these days, and while I like the genre and play pretty much everything I can from it, lately things haven't really been impressing me that much. Looking back over the last few years there have been ... Read Full Review12 of 14 users found the following review helpful