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Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising Review

February 6th, 2010 | by simeon

If the truth really is in the middle, then Operation Flashpoint 2 is the best shooter ever made. It comes extremely close to violating everything we are supposed to know about console shooters and PC shooters. The fact that it is still fundamentally a console game appears to be less of a case of its

Red Faction: Guerrilla Review

February 1st, 2010 | by simeon

Guerrilla partially deals with the issue that has dogged the earlier games in its series – which was their stubborn refusal to grant the player even a tiny fraction of the freedom implied by their environment-altering gimmicks. In the first Red Faction you were given the tools to alter the levels and then set basically

Dragon Age: Origins Review

January 24th, 2010 | by simeon

Had you followed Dragon Age: Origins during the last few months of its release, you’d have no idea that this is much more than just a game with an insatiable desire to cover itself in blood and sell itself with gratuitous sex.  I lost faith in the game months before release thanks to just how

Guild Wars 2 FAQ’s

January 21st, 2010 | by simeon

We were asked by the powers that be to remove the information about Ellen, so we are leaving the FAQ’s

What will THEIR video games look like?

January 16th, 2010 | by simeon

I finished Men of War: Red Tide a couple days ago and I just sent in the review. One thing I touched on in the review that I didn't expand upon but would like to is the fact that Red Tide appears to be commercially unviable – yes, there is a brand established and all

Left 4 Dead 2 Review

December 28th, 2009 | by simeon

Considering just how long Valve takes to make any kind of content, Left 4 Dead 2 should’ve taken 2 years to develop – 2.5 years tops.  So it’s a miracle how they’ve managed to shove in five campaigns, more than doubled the amount of weaponry, added in two new gameplay modes, and even rectified just

Torchlight Review

December 9th, 2009 | by simeon

I doubt there is another genre dominated and defined by a single game like hack and slash is by Diablo. One sees the phrase 'Diablo clone' each time games of this type are announced, and they always end up being compared with what Diablo accomplished ten years ago. I believe, however, that the use of

Aliens vs. Predator Interview

December 5th, 2009 | by gareth

Recently I got to speak to Tim Jones, Head of Art and Design at Rebellion, about the new Alien Vs Predator game which is highly anticipated by fans the world over. I want to thank Tim and Denny at Sega for the interview. Questions from Gareth Von Kallenbach Skewed and Reviewed 1. What is the background and setting

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