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Counter Strike Global Offensive Review

Counter Strike Global Offensive Review

Counter Strike Global Offensive Community Page The Counter Strike series has much the same origins as Dota. It began as an extremely popular mod and Valve scooped up the developers top help them make more games in the series. In this case Counter Strike was a mod for the original Half Life and has become one of Valves most popular games. All these modes have clear objectives and are fun to play, m...

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Day Z Review

Day Z Review

The main concept, for those who haven't heard of Day Z, is this. You spawn in a random location and need to gather gear in order to survive the constant onslaught of players and zombies trying to kill you. That's it. However when you die, you lose all of the gear you collected. This means you value your life very much in game and that's where the fun comes in. Heated negotiations with other player...

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Killzone Shadow Fall Review

Killzone Shadow Fall Review

Killzone Shadow Fall Community Page What should consumers be expecting when they pick up Killzone: Shadow Fall?  For the most part, more of the same. Killzone: Shadow Fall  is beautiful in every almost every sense of the word, graphically. The game's visual score is outstanding, and it had me pausing multiple times just to  absorb the images I was seeing. The environments are richly detailed to th...

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DOTA 2 Review

DOTA 2 Review

DOTA 2 Community Page For those who aren’t aware, DOTA was originally a mod for Starcraft but gained most popularity as a mod for Warcraft 3. So Valve swooped in and offered the makers of DOTA a shot at the big time. The game that came out of this is of course the ever creatively named DOTA 2. The DOTA series is widely credited with the creation of the very popular MOBA genre of gaming and the gam...

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Ryse Son of Rome Review

Ryse Son of Rome Review

Ryse Son of Rome Community Page When the Xbox One released on November 22nd, there was one game that everyone looked at that would represent the power of the new system, and that game is Ryse Son of Rome. A beautiful game created by Crytek Studios with the new CryEngine 4th generation engine powering it. While the game is wonderful to look at, it slowly goes down a tedious path of mediocre. Where ...

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Resogun Review PS4

Resogun Review – PS4 Exclusive

If their is one genre the indie studio Housemarque knows how to rock, it is arcade shooters. Super Stardust HD released on the launch of the Playstation 3, and now the developers have released their new game Resogun on the launch of the Playstation 4. Although this may look like a standard Defender clone, don't take this ambitious title so lightly: Resogun may just be the best reason to pick up a ...

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Chucks Challenge 3D Review

Chucks Challenge 3D Review

The gameplay in Chucks Challenge 3D is as a whole is pretty good. I found some of the puzzles legitimately challenging, leaving me to sit there and ponder over the possible solutions. To the games credit, the puzzles are really good. The bulk of the puzzles revolve around pushing blocks around, which  on paper sounds boring and repetitive but Chucks Challenge 3D mixes it up well. The main challeng...

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The Mighty Quest For Epic Loot Review

The Mighty Quest For Epic Loot Review

Ubisoft’s free-to-play dungeon crawler, The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, takes an interesting approach to the genre as it furthers regular hack and slash gameplay with tower defence elements.  This game features a player developed world, where a hero is used to raid castles while defences can be researched and advanced.  The developers shed some humour on the genre through the promotion of a cartoo...

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Chivalry: Deadliest Warrior Review

Chivalry: Deadliest Warrior Review

Since I played the original Chivalry game I've been curious to see what Torn Banner Studios would release next. I was excited when I saw that Chivalry: Deadliest Warrior was on the way. The idea of  finally being able to settle the age old dispute of pirates vs ninjas was quite appealing, instead of just playing as the classes from Medieval Warfare. By far the best way to revitalise a game franchi...

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Plants vs. Zombies 2 Review

Plants vs. Zombies 2 Review

The main features of the game, the plants and zombies, are just as quirky and entertaining as always. The graphics have had a cutesy upgrade, and look even more colourful and brilliant than the original, even on older mobile screens. It’s nothing ground-breaking, but for a mobile game of this type it’s exactly what the title needs. It’s all about the gameplay, and this game brings that in spades. ...

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