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Average score of 4 user reviews

Practically zero replay value, but fun for half an hour. 0

Downloadable games were never meant to be big, but this takes the cake. You just move these unusual little organisms around eating smaller organisms until you can try and devour other 'whatever-you-are' things.Thats really all there is to the gameplay, the graphics are rather pretty. The colours and style work well together but after ten minutes of repetitve gameplay the graphics really don't mean much as its so basic. You can do this in multiplayer with a gripe that if you should stop paying at...

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All you would want from a console version of Uno. 0

Who's crazy idea was this!? Uno on the Xbox 360? Surprisingly however its great fun and arguably one of the best games on Live Arcade.Its a bright and colourful game that is great to look at and due to (mostly payed for) downloadable content, There is plenty of room to change the playing field and deck of cards.I think the best thing you can say about the graphics is that they are all you would want from a game of Uno on the system.Like above the sound is just as you would expect, you get your c...

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One of the best RPG's I've played in a good long time 0

Since being announced Mass Effect has gained (excuse the term) mass media attention helped by BioWare's stunning track record for RPG's on Microsoft's original Xbox along with promise that the adventure would span not just the single worlds we are used to but entire galaxies waiting for you to restore peace.The first part of a promised trilogy sets you as Commander Shepard who is fully customisable both male and female Shepard's are available both with a wide set of customisation options heck, y...

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If you own a PS3 you owe it to yourself to buy this game. 1

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots is the latest title to come out the deranged mess that is Hideo Kojima’s mind and once again it raises the bar for storytelling in video games. Following on from the events in Metal Gear Solid 2, Solid Snake has aged. A lot. Yet the raspy old fellow is back for what has been heavily hinted at – his final mission. Rather than sticking the the one facility or area players will be able to switch between 5 locations across the globe hunting for Liquid Ocelot ...

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