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4.17 stars 4.17/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Fun campaign with some frustrating side-levels. 0

Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure is the third game I purchased since I got my Nintendo 3DS a month ago. I was pretty psyched about it after playing the demo on the 3DS e-shop which reminded me of the fun I had with other rhythm games such as Elite Beat Agents on the previous generation’s Nintendo DS. While Rhythm Thief is savagely satisfying when you get the beat right, it can also be massively frustrating due to several poor design choices particularly when playing the side...

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A good title for both AC fans and new gamers alike. 0

Single-player review. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is a direct sequel to 2009’s Assassin’s Creed II. The game literally takes place moments after the ending of Assassin’s Creed II. Players familiar with the Assassin’s Creed franchise will notice immediately that the core mechanics of the game are largely the same but with the addition of more abilities and features. Players will still use R1+X to scale walls or R1+square to initiate counter-attacks and so on. This game is pretty much the Assass...

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You must play this game if you are an action/adventure fan. 0

This review is for the single-player of Uncharted 2.Ucharted 2: Among Thieves improves on many of the things players have come to love from the first game. The first thing players will notice when they start their journey is that not much has changed in terms of how the game controls which is not necessarily a bad thing since Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune had great platforming controls. Those who played the first game will feel right at home with the controls and the subtle detail of Nathan Drake’s...

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A bargain if you haven't played the originals. 0

God of War Collection When you first assume control in the game, the first thing you will notice is that both games look great. The graphics still hold up well by today’s standards (more so for GoWII) and the frame rate, being run on the much more powerful PS3, is phenomenally smooth. The environment not only looks good but also manages to establish the sense of scale that it is trying to convey: making you feel like you truly are traversing and exploring vast different areas of an even larger w...

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A merging between platformer and point-and-click genres. 0

Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain for the PS3 boasts a unique kind of gameplay: combining platform style navigation with the gameplay mechanics of a point-and-click adventure game. The game’s plot has the player assume the role of various characters all of which are, in one way or another, involved with the case of serial murders committed by a culprit known only as the Origami Killer. The story is broken up into sections, each one being archived and free to be revisited once you have cleared them for...

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A must buy for adventure fans. 0

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune is a third person action-adventure game that has you take the role of treasure hunter Nathan Drake on a quest to uncover the true fate of 16 century explorer Sir Francis Drake and the treasure of El Dorado. One of the earlier games to come out on the PS3, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune really shows off what the PS3 is capable of: from the beautiful shadows created by the canopy to the uncanny life-like water, it gets very easy to get immersed in the world. The subtle react...

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