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Tragically Flawed 1

Final Fantasy XII Tragically Flawed.   A new core Final Fantasy title is always a massive event and this was especially true of XII. Coming on the heels of the wonderful FFX (XI was a MMORG), expectations were exceedingly high. What finally appeared was a game that successfully innovated and improved on gameplay, but collapses under the weight of a pondering, poorly executed story. Set in the world of Ivalice, FFXII puts us in the shoes of Vaan, a street urchin from the distinctly Middle-Eas...

1 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Batman: Arkham Asylum Review - The definitive Batman game 0

A superhero licence hasn’t exactly been a seal of quality in recent years, so it was a wonderful surprise to find that Batman: Arkham Asylum is an absolute gem of a game. Every moment of the game radiates with love and respect for the source material. Mark Hamill, Kevin Conroy and Arleen Sorkin reprise their pitch-perfect voice roles from the revered animated show, while veteran bat-scribe Paul Dini crafts an epic and enthralling adventure. With so many of Batman’s rogues gallery of villains m...

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Halo Wars Review: Can an RTS work on 360? 0

When a franchise dips its toes in an unfamiliar genre, the result is seldom pretty. When Command & Conquer, the unstoppable titan of Real-time-strategy (RTS) ventured in to the world of First Person shooters (FPS) in 2002 with Renegade it was buried by brutal reviews, now the vaunted FPS world of Halo makes its debut in the land of RTS. A risky move, made even riskier by the poor track record of RTS on console (the woeful Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle-Earth 2 comes to mind). With the...

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