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3.79 stars 3.79/5 Stars Average score of 14 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Immortal Kombat 0

This years greatest rebirth of a franchise for me is none other than Midway’s own Mortal Kombat or to those of you who like to strap an instalment number on it MK9. The major bugbear of my weekend would have to be good Ol’ Shao Kahn, not only is he the cheapest character to date that i have played but he has to be back logging health from every games he has ever been in. SPOILER BELOWNot only is he the most frustrating last boss to ever play against his unrelenting shoulder barges and hammer thr...

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On the Brink of Boring 0

The Game may be overflowing with ideas and have lots of potential, but like many of it’s online players it has fallen flat on it’s face making that crucial leap to stardom. The game mechanics have nowhere to allow them to elaborate on what can be done, there is not enough levels and there is little to no difference between online and offline from both a story and map perspective.I personally liked it for the brief period of time I played it, when a match without lag happened to appear. It’s grea...

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Just a bit too short. 0

I loved the comedy in it, Steve Merchant really helped make the game what it is. I am yearning for more but it’s hard to distinguish whether or not if it is from a fantastic story or the fact it feels like something is missing. The stories were great and I liked being able to share the experience with a friend but the game as a whole is lacking.The premise of the game is to think with portals but it’s hard not to judge on what feels like re-runs of the first game, yes there was the addition of t...

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The Lego Brick Knight 0

An alternative game to play for you lot who love the lego franchise. Although it’s a few years old by now and has many successors. I feel that there was so many parts of this done well. It was no where near as long tedious as the star wars franchise and managed to still keep the alternative funny life styles those plastic figures live in game.With slight tweaks and alternate ways round levels the games has loads of playabilty, couple that with the different suits and abilities batman can have, t...

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Clive Barker's S&M Festival 0

Clive Barker’s Jericho is by far one of the most visually dark games I have ever played. The first enemy you encounter is a genitally disfigured gimp on the warpath couple that with the already rather dark near apocalyptic overtones of the game you truly wonder what serious trauma has beset Clive Barker in his life.That’s not to say the game has got it’s interesting qualities. I for one loved the possession of characters by their leader and the way he interacts with each of them using their spec...

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Hoping for a Reboot 0

Resident Evil 5 is by far one of the worst in the series. That’s not to say it isn’t a good game. It just doesn’t feel like 1,2 or 3 at all. There is no feeling of being lost and hopeless in an apocalyptic zombie ridden city. I understand that since the good old days of PS One that gaming has greatly evolved but that’s not to say we should cast aside some awesome games as they might be a bit too complex or similar to their predecessors.This completion of the game was my 2nd and professional both...

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Dungeon Epic. 0

For all you who aren’t aware of the series, imagine and dungeon crawling epic much like that of the Forgotten Realms game Baldur’s Gate or like a modern Gauntlet.The dungeon crawling epic takes place in the land of Ehb, a land torn by the loss of it’s king and the divide of it’s once noble protectors, the Legion. You play as one of the blood relatives of a once great member of legion and your quest is to unite the land against a great evil who killed the King.The gameplay is very similar to most...

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Nuked out. 0

Where to start ?It was meant to be the game we were waiting for, the game we deserved. Duke was to return and triumphantly reclaim his throne as the king of games.Well let’s not jump the gun on that one. After a long 12 year wait for the much anticipated and hyped sequel the game lacks in a lot of aspects you would except such an epic development to provide.The game would look at home amongst many of your favourite PS2 games with it’s low budget graphics and clunky controls it would be a miss ev...

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Sliding it Home. 0

Although it was out just over a year ago I hadn’t really given it a fair chance. I tossed it aside, rather hastily I might add. While Vanquish sat neglected on a shelf I plunged countless hours in to Reach and the many other high profile titles that were released around that time.I don’t know where to start Vanquish is an all over great game. It has been slandered due to it’s length like many other games these days. But what it lacks in length it makes up for in game play. An innovative styled c...

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Short Game, Short Review. 0

The perpetually silent Pointman and Fettel have eventually put aside their differences, or that’s what they want you to think in F.3.A.R. A sequel that’s not particularly in line with the rest of the franchise but has so much more to provide on a Co-Op footing than many games that have been released recently.Upon my 3rd completion I thought I had experienced enough to at least discuss the game. Although it hasn’t quite got the scare factor of it’s previous iterations the challenges in game and s...

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Marvel at this. 0

For those of you who aren’t aware of the versus franchise it has been almost 10 going on 11 years since MvC2 graced our consoles(not including it’s brief appearance on marketplaces). It’s not only one of the most anticipated games of this decade with regards to fighters but also a brilliant time to get back in t the genre in general.Within the past couple of year the dwindling fighting game community has fluxed greatly with the return of what some might say the best 2D fighter ever(Street Fighte...

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Damned from the start 0

 From one of the creators behind some of Japan's biggest games, Shadows of the Damned sees Shinji Yakami struggle to make a game as innovative as many other contributions to the market he has made. It looks like a case of trying to stick to what may have worked in the past, another walking shooter. I say walking shooter because when you need to take aim there is always the slight delay and pause that is typical of the Resident Evil franchise, the staggered stops and starts between aiming and sho...

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Dead Late 0

It’s been a while since the game first hit the shelves but due to the plethora of games that graced our fine retail establishments this year I have taken perhaps a bit too long to getting round to Visceral Games space age horror.Although I was never a big fan of the first game the sequel struck me as a whole new monster. There are more than a few similarities between the two but this just felt better. I don’t know whether or not it was the controls or just the general atmosphere of the game but ...

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Forever Second 0

For the first game ever fronted by Disney that I have ever played, I’m presently surprised. It’s not what I anticipated at all. If I am perfectly honest I was expecting a breeze of a game with some cool special effects to the likeness of a destructible environment Burnout kind of game.On one hand you are met with the old school style of burnout by witnessing your rivals smash against each other while you build meter for your next construct of destruction to come crashing down on their unsuspecti...

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