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Alienware 18 Review

If there’s one laptop that deserves to be called the most powerful, it’s the Alienware 18. Dell has done a great job with the construction and customization of this laptop. It’s made out of metal materials for durability. Everything from the chassis to the hinges is strong. You can open and close the lid up to 20,000 times before the …

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Why The New Splinter Cell Is On My Blacklist

Splinter Cell: Blacklist is fast. Sam Fisher has moved away from his arthritic self and looks like he’s been downing vitality yoghurts by the 8-pack. He glides through Libya, Marawa, Dallas and many more worldwide locations, with as much finesse as Ezio from Assassin’s Creed. Plus, his balls have tightened…well, his voice is slightly higher. I get it. Ubisoft has …

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The Last Of Us Review

Why The Last Of Us is the best game ever… I was a few weeks late on the uptake but I have finally finished the Last Of Us. Like anyone else who has found themselves on the other side of Naughty Dog’s crowning achievement, I am locked in a state of catatonia. I cant believe that what is probably the …

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Borderlands 2 Review for Xbox 360

The premise of most first person shooter games is simple – shoot the bad guys, complete the missions and you are done. They are games that can get very boring, very quickly. Although Borderlands 2 does have elements of first person shooters, it is a game that stands out from the crowd. Set five years after the first Borderlands, the …

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Bioshock Infinite for Xbox 360

Bioshock Infinite – the third instalment in the series takes place in a sky city going by the name of Columbia. You play the role of Booker Dewitt – a former Pinkerton agent sent on mission to find a girl to wipe away his debt. Columbia is as I mentioned a sky city – and unlike the previous two Bioshock …

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Dead Island Riptide Game Review

Fans of the first Dead Island game will probably not be surprised by the gist of any Dead Island: Riptide review they happen to come across. They will love the fact that the game features more of the same, and they will be frustrated by the game also keeping some of the original’s flaws. Dead Island: Riptide offers plenty of …

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Game Review: Lone Survivor

Lone Survivor is an atmospheric, side-scrolling survival horror game that will inevitably draw comparisons to Silent Hill but you’ll quickly discover the chilling soundtrack and distinctive graphics make it very much its own monster. Here’s my two cents: In the same week that Lone Survivor was released producer of Resident Evil: Revelations, Masachika Kawata, told Gamasutra the market for traditional …

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Kingdoms of Amalur Game Review

Kingdoms of Amalur has been well hyped, with so many creative minds behind the project that it sounds like they’re just name-dropping at this point. R.A. Salvator and Todd MacFarlane are two of the most well-known names that are sure to impress, but many other experienced people make up this project as well. The main focus of the developers behind …

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Mortal Kombat 9 Review – PS3

Mortal Kombat 9 PS3 review

We’re going to go out on a limb and say there’s no way you can enjoy both Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. You can play both and have a good time of course, but if you were given a Sophie’s Choice moment and had to have one taken away from you, you’d undoubtedly find you had an allegiance to one …

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