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Well it's about time. Finally, Diablo III is here, and while some design choices might hinder the game's long-term success, we definitely had a ton of fun clicking our way through hell's minions...
Codemasters gives in and doesn't even try to shoehorn serious rallying into this version of DiRT. It's all about the thrills, spills and vehicular kills. Well, if cars can be killed, that is. But is it really as crazy as it's cracked up to be? Let's pick the hood up out of the dirt, place it loosely back on the car, then open it up to take a look underneath.
You’re expecting us to say “We’ve had the time of our life,” aren’t you? Probably “nobody puts Baby in the corner” too. Maybe something about a melon. It’s the only reason you’re reading this review. You don’t care if this rancid collection of minigames is any good or not. You’re just here for Swayze puns, you filthy slut. You do know the man’s currently dying of
How convenient: almost everything we loved about the Heroes of Might and Magic games – a franchise that was sadly run into the ground many years ago – has finally been cribbed note-for-note and dumped into the latest installment in the Disciples series. Being hard-up for a good fantasy-strategy game, we can overlook the fact Disciples III: Renaissance’s newest elements make it more like its long-time competitors. What we can’t forgive is that it’s a buggy, unbalanced mess of a game that’ll wear out its welcome on your hard drive well before you get your money’s worth. Our recent hands-on time got us pumped to flex our heroic muscle in the final release, but the finished game feels anything but...
The sneaky first-person, stealth-action adventure from Arkane Studios is upon us, flaunting amazing gameplay freedom and a unique stylized world. See how it fares in our review...
Shining, shimmering, disappointing...
With so much to play, collect and unlock, there’s a helluva lot to love about Disney Universe. However, it’s a little difficult to assume that most of you reading are going to be the ones loving it. So, if you’re in the minority of people who looked at our recent reviews of Uncharted 3 or Arkham City and said “Meh, that’s not for me… got anything simpler?” then Disney Universe might have something to offer...
Just how fun is a two-button fighter about dive-kicking? Find out in our review...
Divinity: Dragon Commander is an RPG, RTS, shooter, and even a card game all in one. But is more really better? Find out in our review…