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After five years of hype, speculation and delay, Ubisoft’s Haze breaks cover - and despite being developed by Free Radical, the team behind the excellent TimeSplitters 2 on PS2 - it fails to better UT3, Resistance and CoD4. Haze looks poor, lacks set-pieces and feels like a novel idea that missed its window of opportunity, frayed by the requests of nervous Brand Managers and cruel demands of next-gen development.
Typically, we here at GamesRadar want to root for those underdog budget games that manage to make it to retail with all the other big boys in the industry. So you have to believe us when we say that we take absolutely no pleasure in tearing apart games like Heavy Fire: Afghanistan...
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Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit is a quirky and irreverent downloadable platformer that sets you in the depth of the Netherworld as you shred through enemy upon enemy. Is it a hell of a fun time? Our review will reveal all...
Agent 47's first game in years is brilliant in execution, and absolutely wonderful. Take a look to see why Hitman Absolution is one of the best games of the year...
Beneath Hotline Miami’s simplistic design style lies a game that plays with your sense of morals and has you questioning your actions. The results are well worth playing...
Hyperdimension Neptunia is a prime example of an interesting game concept that fumbles in its execution. It’s a Japanese RPG that’s essentially a combination parody/metaphor for the videogame industry, replete with allegories to actual companies and events going on in the crazy battle for market supremacy we find ourselves ensconced in. While the gaming biz is absolutely ripe for a satirical spin, Neptunia is the one thing a parody shouldn’t be – boring...
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