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Our Misspent Youth - Heavy Rain Review 3

It’s rare that a game totally delivers on its promises. It’s even more rare when a developer manages to live up to the claims they have made. When Quantic Dream announced their follow up to Indigo Prophecy (aka Fahrenheit), we heard wild claims of creating new and innovative ways of gaming. That they’d tell a story in a way never before seen in the industry. That they could make you feel, care and hope. That we’d be taken on a journey, as if we were watching a film. Well, after seeing Heavy Rain...

23 out of 26 found this review helpful.

Improvements... Technically. 0

   I've had this game since it came out, so this review is well and truly late coming, but it has been sitting here unfinished since about three weeks after the release, and it just felt wrong not to post it. The first Skate came out swinging and almost instantly knocked Tony Hawk off his skate game thrown. For years the Tony Hawks series had dominated the genre, offering practically the only decent representation of skateboarding, and apart from a brief uprise in the form of Thrasher, it was ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

All You Need Is Love 1

‘Lovingly crafted’ is sadly not a phrase associated with many games these days. This is because the gaming industry is driven by an incredible thirst for profit. Not innovation, not quality, just cold hard cash. The games themselves reflect this, as for the most part, games produced are rushed, opportunistic, money-grabbing disasters. In recent years the rhythm genre has become one of the worst offenders, with Activision pumping out stale Guitar Hero sequels and spin off’s year after year. This ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

What Do You Mean My Sack Looks Like A Girl? 0

I know it's been a long time coming but you know I do have a life outside of this blog, which surprisingly takes up a teeny bit of my time. Anyway the game isLittle Big Planet, if you've never heard of it, chances are you were looking for some kind of astronomy article and not, as it were, a game review. Alas if you have read this far your probably in the right place.LBPis the second venture from the guys at Media Molecule, whom you may know from their previous titleRagdoll Kung Fu. A little kno...

1 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Nobody Makes the First Jump, Except DICE that is. 0

Some hailed it as the next Assassin's Creed, writing it off as another victim of the hype machine, I on the other hand called it EA's kinky little bit on the side, and boy does she live up to her reputation. I recently purchased Mirror's Edge and let me tell you this was one of the best financial decisions I've made in a while, trust me, no where else can u get 7 hours alone with an asian gymnast for less than £40...except possibly communist China. Once the initial excitement stirred up when Dic...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.