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Gears of War is a great example of what the 360 is capable of... 0

In 2006, a year after the release of the Xbox 360 a dark, violent game named Gears of War was released. This redefined third person cover games, as gameplay for a game of this genre was the best anyone had ever seen. The visuals at this time was impressive and showed off what visual power the Xbox 360 is capable of.The campaign puts you in the boots of Marcus Fenix, a grizzled soldier just released from prison by Dominic Santiago (who player two will be) The two heroes make their way through a w...

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A great new take on racing games but a little short on content 0

I dislike Pacific Rift for it's insane difficulty. The AI were practically cheating, however it's visuals and rewarding feel of winning kept me playing, but after a week or two, I put my controller down. The AI, combined with the punishing difficulty got to me. When I saw previews for Motorstorm: Apocalypse, I was skeptical at first, but then eventually realised it had a similar treatment as Killzone 3: the controls, visuals and challenge was vastly improved. The visuals didn't have a great chan...

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Isaac Clarke returns to control the horde of necromorphs! 0

Visceral Games have outdone themselves. Dead Space 2 is one of those sequels which is better than the original. Sure it uses the same the gameplay as the original but if it ain't broke, why fix it? The story takes place three years  after Isaac Clarke fled from the USG Ishumura in a desperate attempt to escape the horrors of  the necromorphs, humans horribly mutated by aliens. This time, Isaac Clarke is a mental patient aboard The Sprawl, a city on one of Saturn's moons named Titan. You are thro...

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A good game which needs more work 0

Brink isn't your average shooter. It tries to differ from the now repetitive Call of Duty clone, but some of it's concepts just fall short. It's good, don't get me wrong, but it needs a lot of work. The plot has the people of the Ark (an experimental city) placed into two factions: Security and Resistance. The game throws people right into the action, expecting them to know what to do. It's a team- based shooter with objectives. It reminds me of Team Fortress 2, but with a lot more customization...

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This game is a short, scary, sweet ride anyone should play! 0

The events of Dead Space has you in the boots of Isaac Clarke, an engineer sent with a team to investigate  what happened in the USG Ishumura. His main goal throughout the game is to find the whereabouts of his girlfriend. At the same time, he must battle horrific mutated creatures called necromorphs. They're not your average zombie, as a headshot won't keep them down. Dismembering all their limbs? That should do the trick. This new gameplay style is known as strategic dismemberment, an innovati...

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