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Rocksteady Returns for Arkham Series Finale in BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT

The kings are back. After WB Montreal served up a passable if average serving of Batman goodness last year with Arkham Origins, original series developers Rocksteady Studios have returned for a final installment of the Arkham series – Batman: Arkham Knight! Taking place roughly a year after the cataclysmic (we won’t spoil because we’re nice, but suffice to say […]

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CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS Heading To Current & Next-Gen Consoles This November

There haven’t been leaks, so much as titanic floods crashing into every corner of the Internet – but Activision have finally announced that the tenth entry in the universally Marmited (that’s loved/hated, for those of you who have yet to experience the polarizing delights of Britain’s favourite sandwich spread) Call of Duty series will be the rather […]

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Can You Solve Your Own Murder? Square Enix Says You Can in MURDERED: SOUL SUSPECT!

Game developers Square Enix (Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Dragon Quest) have always created some of the most immersive and original video game storylines in the buisness. Their games usually contain themes of free will, destiny, morality, and the choices that a hero must make. But one of Enix’s upcoming games, Murdered: Soul Suspect might just […]

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Check Out the ALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES Launch Trailer

Aliens: Colonial Marines is now available for purchase. This game had been generating quite an amount of hype. It apparently was in development since 2006. Now after seven years it has finally released for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Besides being a science fiction shooter, it was also billed as the sequel to James Cameron’s ALIENS. So there […]

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Naruto Getting Online Game

Dragon Ball and Digimon already have online MMORPGs, so I suppose that Naruto was due for one next. Later this year, Naruto will be getting an online game…but not in Japan. The game will be released in China. This is similar to what happened with Dragon Ball Online; instead of being released in Japan, the […]

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Dishonored: The Review

Choice: Giving the player the tools to shape and craft their own game, from both a narrative and game-play perspective, has become one of the most popular trends in games over the last 5 years. Subjected to the gross over-saturation of the gaming market with an abundance of linear, corridor based shoot-’em ups, if choice […]

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Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition Review

I’m late to the Minecraft party. Not only did the Xbox 360 Edition hit almost a month ago, but the original version on the PC was released three years ago. However I only picked up a copy of the Xbox game a few days ago (Well, not picked up, since Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition has found […]

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