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  • Mars: War Logs Review

    1 CommentsPosted by on May 3, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    When I was downloading this game I was not too sure of what to expect from another RPG. I've played a few RPG's but in the end they all come down equipping a well powered gun and shooting things from a distance so that you will not have to take them on face to face. Mars: War Logs have gone with a different approach with a fresh combat system that works well, I have not played a game that has th... more.
  • Preview: Eador: Masters of the Broken World

    2 CommentsPosted by on March 19, 2013 under News, Previews
    I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume that the majority of people who will read this article are self proclaimed 'Nerds' and thus will be able to relate completely to the following memory; When I was 11 years old, I was introduced to the table-top game Warhammer via friends and, maybe more dominantly, by amazing pop-up advertisement boards which portrayed Orcs and Elves outside my local Ga... more.
  • Review: Tales of the Abyss

    0 CommentsPosted by on December 19, 2012 under Featured, Reviews
    The Tales of series has been running since 1994, and in that time no less than 22 titles (including spin offs). As tends to happen with these kinds of games, they rarely get ported over to Europe and in fact we have only had a handful to ever make it, and those sell like hot cakes so nabbing a copy is almost impossible. Tales of the Abyss is a port of a PS2 title that never made it over, so right ... more.
  • Review: Paper Mario Sticker Star

    0 CommentsPosted by on December 14, 2012 under Featured, Reviews
    The next installment to the much loved Paper Mario series has finally arrived, and this time it has found its home on the 3DS. Paper Mario is an interesting concept, it takes the underlying Mario formula, makes everything out of cardboard and paper (essentially 2D) then makes it a 3D Mario game with a turn based battle system. It is a formula that has had some slight tweaks over the years, an... more.
  • Review: Last Rebellion by NIS America

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 8, 2012 under Reviews
    Last Rebellion is an RPG based game rated T. Nine’s homeland Lorvin has been overrun by Belzeds. Belzeds are undead creatures. King Arzelide calls on Nine, his adopted son and a talented blade, and Aisha, a sealer to eliminate the monsters and save the kingdom. The characters have such great back stories in Last Rebellion. Nine and his younger brother Alfred are adopted by King Arzelide of Lo... more.
  • Clan Of Champions Review

    3 CommentsPosted by on October 30, 2012 under Reviews
    Clan of Champions is a little different then I thought it would be. I was thinking it would be kind of like a open world person vs. enemy type of game. I was wrong. It is a game where you and either 2 friends or AI run through levels, defeat enemies and collect loot. The game starts off by giving you a some of the story to read before you get to the title screen. After this you get to make your... more.
  • Review: Borderlands 2

    2 CommentsPosted by on October 4, 2012 under Featured, Reviews
    Gearbox Software is back with a sequel to 2010’s critically acclaimed First Person Loot’em Up: Borderlands. Borderlands 2 takes the original premise and expands upon it in every way, shape and form. Bigger world, bigger enemies and of course, bigger guns. Like the original, you are not playing Borderlands 2 for the plot. In fact, if you played the original (which is highly likely) you will ... more.
  • Review: Dark Souls

    1 CommentsPosted by on October 1, 2012 under Featured, Reviews
    Dark Souls is the spiritual successor to the painfully difficult, massively popular 2010 hit Demon’s Souls. FromSoftware have taken what they have learned and made the game bigger, better and whole lot harder. Dark Souls starts with you, unnamed genderless hero number one-ten, a member of the race known as the Undead in the Undead Asylum. Once every so often, an Undead escapes the Asylum and ... more.
  • Review: Darksiders 2

    1 CommentsPosted by on October 1, 2012 under Reviews
    Darksiders 2 is the latest creation from THQ and Vigil Games. The original was an enjoyable but flawed experience that borrowed heavily from other games. Can Darksiders improve over the original, or does the series take a step in the wrong direction? Darksiders 2 begins almost immediately after the events of the original, however the original protagonist War has been replaced by his brother: Deat... more.
  • Review: Diablo 3

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 22, 2012 under Featured, Reviews
    Way back at the start of the century, Blizzard released a ‘little’ game called Diablo 2. This record breaking game was one of the most loved, played and bought games on the PC for almost a decade. A mere year after its release, Diablo 3 went into production. Jump forward 11 years and the remaining lords of hell have finally shown their ugly mugs. The final battle between good and evil is abou... more.
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