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Beyond: Two Souls should be considered a triumph by David Cage and his team over a Quantic Dream. Never before has drama, emotion and passion been expressed so well in a video game. This persistence within their niche genre, ...
Puppeteer is another triumphantly unique title from Sony's Studio Japan. It offers a unique, colourful and wonderfully inventive world for you to just relax in and play. It has a laid-back style to it that reminds you of a...
The Last of Us might, on first blush, look like a reskinned Uncharted title. Maybe Naughty Dog just reworked the game a little and dropped the mood lighting a few bars. Or maybe, just maybe, Naughty Dog have broken free of the ...
God of War: Ascension falls at practically the same time in the Playstation 3’s lifecycle that God of War 2 did in the Playstation 2’s. With the second installment being arguably the best all rounder in the series can we expect...
Sony took a large gamble with Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale. Like I said in the start, they didn’t have the same roster of loveable characters as Nintendo have to pick from with Smash Brothers. They managed to create a...
Ratchet & Clank Q Force (aka Full Frontal Assault in the US) puts series developer Insomniac in somewhat of an awkward position. On one hand their Ratchet and Clank series is beloved by their fans and revered in the platfor...
Solid race mechanics and kart handling are covered in a liberal dose of SackBoy gloss and at first glances it passes muster. Scratch away at the surface a little more though and you will see that the game lacks the polish a...
There is nothing offensive about Sports Champions 2. It serves it’s purpose well as a nice collection of mini-games for the game stared PS Move owners out there. With a price tag of sub £18 on most outlets you’ll get your monie...
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