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Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Review

Posted by Adam Rorke On Monday 22 December 2014ADD COMMENTS

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Available on XBO, 360 and PC l Published by Microsoft Game Studios l Developed by Bizarre Creations l Classified G l Supports 1 player

REVIEW IN BRIEF > Geometry Wars 3 is a very challenging game. Fast and furious in nature and simplistic in design, it’s not without its intrinsic reward though. This is a game where you never feel like you have to play more, instead you want to. Some gamers may not resonate with the gameplay though.

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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Review

Posted by Matthew Hewson On Friday 12 December 2014Comments Off

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Available on Wii U l Published by Nintendo l Developed by Sora Ltd.and Bandai Namco Games l Classified PG l Supports 1-8 players

REVIEW IN BRIEF > Another Nintendo system, another Super Smash Bros game. Not much has changed to the formula over the years but luckily that formula is still as much fun as ever. It also helps that this version is chock full of things for players to do. Tonnes of modes for both single and multiplayer Smash fans are available, even the online works well, making this the best way to bash up cute Nintendo characters yet.
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Far Cry 4 Review

Posted by Dylan Burns On Wednesday 26 November 2014Comments Off

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Available on XBO, PS4, 360 and PS3 l Published by Ubisoft l Developed by Ubisoft Montreal l Classified MA15+ l Supports 1-10 players

REVIEW IN BRIEF > Although shaped by Ubisoft’s overgame, Far Cry 4 sidesteps, presenting a prettier, more refined version of Far Cry 3. Featuring some smart enhancements to the genre and a stronger focus on ecosystem, Far Cry 4 is an addictive popcorn shooter that offers plenty of freedom, stealth, explosions and free flying. Read the rest of this entry »

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

Posted by Joel Guttenberg On Sunday 23 November 2014Comments Off

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Available on PC l Published and developed by The Astronauts l Unclassified l Supports 1 player

REVIEW IN BRIEF > The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is the story of Red Creek Valley, its people, and the awful things that happened there. This is an immersive first person mystery adventure where the player must carefully explore the gorgeous environment for clues and artefacts in order to unravel the sequence of events that led to the vanishing of Ethan Carter. The game is slow paced, but this suits its melancholy atmosphere and sombre subject matter. My only complaint was that it seemed a bit short.

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