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Review: Bioshock: Rapture

A man chooses, a slave obeys. Is John Shirley a slave, bound to the shackles of an existing source material, limiting his creativity in exploring an underworld universe full of eccentricity and lost-hope?...
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Review: SBK 2011

It’s only fair that my biking experiences are shared before we go any further with this review. First was a rust-bucket through some Tuscan cobbled back alleys. The other was an ageing 125CC bike on a...
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Review: Crysis: Legion

Throughout life parents will attempt to pass on their wisdom. A popular life lesson is that swearing’s neither big nor clever. They’ll argue it makes you look ugly and that you’re destroying the English...
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Review: Deus Ex: Icarus Effect

Stem cell research continues to generate discourse across the international community. The ability to effectively control our own destinies would be one of the most powerful tools that mankind has ever...
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Review: Homefront

Follow Connor – sound familiar? That’s right, the influential leader leading the resistance – a downtrodden struggle to overcome murderous oppressors.  Faceless hero goes through thermonuclear...
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Tiger Woods 12 To Feature The Masters

While Mr Woods seems to be flagging on the greens of late, his games continue to release at a regular pace. Today sees the announcement of the aptly named Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters which promises...
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Review: Kinect for Xbox 360

Wave Your Hands in the Air Before we get to Kinect itself, let’s backtrack to 2009’s E3. Ever since the Wii exploded in popularity, it’s was obvious that motion control was on the cards for the Xbox....