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Review: Uncharted: Golden Abyss

Review: Uncharted: Golden Abyss
Paint by numbers stuff it might be, but when the colours on offer are as rich as Uncharted’s that’s not necessarily a bad thing Read More>>

Review: Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception

Review: Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception
Uncharted 3 places a marker so high, and so bright, that it's hard to see passed Naughty Dog for where its usurper might come from Read More>>

Check your brain in at the door

Check your brain in at the door
Sometimes when you sit down with your pad you just want to run around, blow things up and cackle like a half-crazed school child on a sugar rush. Read More>>

Preview: Shadows of the Damned

Preview: Shadows of the Damned
There’s no getting away from it, this is one violent game. Blood, bodies, bits of bodies and human-eating ghouls lurk around just about every corner – imagine the place Hellraiser’s Cenobites might call home Read More>>

Building Sandcastles: A look at the sandbox game genre

Building Sandcastles: A look at the sandbox game genre
"Having just spent a glorious month or so playing in parallel through the whole of Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto IV, I was fascinated by the advances since I last fired up GTA: San Andreas way back in 2005..." Read More>>

Preview: Alice: Madness Returns

Preview: Alice: Madness Returns
Alice: Madness Returns sees an older Alice return to a befouled Wonderland; corrupted by the continued psychological problems of our celebrated heroine. Read More>>

Preview: Dark Souls

Preview: Dark Souls
While not quite a sequel to 'hardest game ever made' Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls is nevertheless more along the same lines; a good thing. Read More>>

Preview: Duke Nukem Forever

Preview: Duke Nukem Forever
Who's the Duke you say? Well, if you don’t that, then chances are you’ve been living under a rock for the past ten years. Read More>>

Earthworm Jim to the rescue

Earthworm Jim to the rescue
When looking back through the history of computer games, it’s interesting to note exactly what weird creatures programmers thought would be suitable as lead characters for their games. Read More>>

Review: Homefront

Review: Homefront
Being American in the year 2027 isn’t recommended, at least according to the future predictions of Homefont, THQ’s future imperfect FPS. Read More>>