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Halo: Combat Evolved Vs Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary

Published on February 13, 2013 by

Lately I’ve been thinking about games which had HD updates, because let’s face it there have been a lot lately and I was wondering if the magic of the past does actually transfer into the HD version. So let’s take a look at one of my favourite games of all time; Halo: Combat Evolved. I’m only going to compare the

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FanCensus Top 10 Games Of 2012 (Carl’s List)

Published on December 21, 2012 by

So 2012 flew by and we had quite a few game releases. I played as many as I could afford and this is my top ten of the ones I played. Some are blockbuster titles that wowed me, whilst others are crazy ones that entertained and excited me too.   10. Bad Piggies In my 10th and squeezing in past

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Pokedex Pro 3D Review

Published on November 12, 2012 by

Pokedex Pro 3D is the latest instalment of Pokemon apps on the 3DS.  It’s an expansion on the free Pokedex 3D which only had a few of the Pokemon which you had to collect over time. This one has all the Pokemon to date and all of their different forms too! It also has some new features which expand on

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Pokemon Dream Radar Review

Published on October 22, 2012 by

Having Pokemon fly around your room whilst you fire a beam in an attempt to try and capture them sounds amazing right? Well if you play Pokemon Dream Radar that’s what you get, although you can only see everything that’s happening through your 3DS and most Pokemon appear as orbs.   First things first, I would class this as more of an

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Rocksmith Review

Published on October 4, 2012 by

I’ve been playing guitar for a few years, so when this game came up for review, I was jumping at the chance to give it go. Although  I really wasn’t sure what to expect from a game being advertised as a learning tool for guitar and bass, the idea seemed like an interesting one albeit ambitious. Bottom line is, Rocksmith

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Worms Collection Review

Published on August 31, 2012 by

The worms series has always been one I have been quite fond of. Not just for it’s gameplay, but for the comedy involved and the endless amount of fun you can have against friends and bots alike. I’ve played the original title for many an hour and still find it a great game to play locally with friends. There have been

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London 2012: The Official Video Game Review

Published on August 6, 2012 by

So here we are in the midst of the Modern Olympic Games hosted for the third time in London. To accompany this amazing spectacle, Sega have released London 2012, a game based on this worldwide phenomenon. Now already if you’ve heard of or played any Olympic-style video game in the past, you’ll know immediately what you’re getting into. As expected this

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A Story About My Uncle (Indie Review)

Published on August 3, 2012 by

A child’s bedtime story. Seems like a fairly typical opening for a game, and to be honest, the story line featured here is very typical. A Story About My Uncle is a free downloadable indie game based around platforming. It’s completely first person – all you can see is your right hand which is unusual for a platformer as is

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How Important Are Soundtracks In Games?

Published on July 23, 2012 by

How often do you find yourself playing your favourite games with the sound off? Music can help make or break a game, it doesn’t matter what the genre is, without music a game can seem dull and lifeless. With graphics ever improving in games, people seem to forget about how much a soundtrack can influence a game.   Take the recent

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Pullblox Review

Published on May 25, 2012 by

It took me four months to properly invest in Pullblox after purchasing it on a mostly random raid of Nintendo’s digital shop. Maybe it was the time factor of getting to grips with an unknown and original game that has a tutorial comprised of 18 lessons; it was just easier to say “I don’t have time for this now” and

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