PS3 Reviews

Telling old tales anew: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review

by 9 months ago

The Tales Of series are some of the best and most beloved J-RPG titles that currently exist, with droves of loyal fans and a winning gameplay formula that is still …

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A bloody good game – Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review

by 9 months ago

The first Lords of Shadow was a line in the sand for many old school Castlevania fans. Mercury Steam’s departure from the familiar 2D gameplay and the non-canon nature of …

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The best rebuilds use old parts: Strider Review

by 10 months ago

Outside of knowing they’re inevitable, there’s never any telling with remakes. Most of the time it’s safe to assume they will be ambitious, but ultimately rubbish. Awkward, cross-generational, half-breeds where …

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Good clean fun – Dustforce review

by 10 months ago

Welcome to the age of indie games. Thanks to advancements in design programs that allow for small team development, and increased internet speeds that make digital-only distribution a reality, more …

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Dawn of the dead — The Last of Us: Left Behind

by 10 months ago

Left Behind, the story-based DLC follow-up to our 2013 Game of the Year, doesn’t really need to exist, but I’m glad it does. The beauty of The Last of Us’ …

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII – Lightning May Cry

by 10 months ago

Final Fantasy has gotten a little strange of late. Genocide on the planet Cocoon, fal’Cie from Pulse, l’Cie from Cocoon, the twisted Cie’th, people sacrificing themselves to save the world …

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A mystery with missing parts: The raven: Legacy of a master thief

by 10 months ago

There are a couple of reasons why I’ve never played many point-and-click titles before. The first is my personal gaming etymology is console based (not the natural habitat for games …

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Paranoid android – Doki-Doki Universe review

by 1 year ago

With all this talk about next-gen, face-melting graphics and tremendous leaps in technology, it’s sometimes nice to take a breather and remind yourself of the simpler pleasures in life. Doki-Doki …

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All technicality, no wrecknacality — Gran Turismo 6

by 1 year ago

Race car driving is inherently macho, yet so many racing titles attempt to fill their game with manly euphemisms, hardcore explosions, goofy “speed animations”, and badass sounding game titles.  After …

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“Ready and bored.” — A-Men 2 review

by 1 year ago

The days of the cutesy 2D action platformer are mostly behind us at this point. As Worms fever passed us by, and Rocket Riot delighted and satisfied our wondrous hearts, …

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Drown your sorrows in interdimensional hopscotch- Ratchet & Clank: Into The Nexus

by 1 year ago

Insomniac's Ratchet & Clank games have been a mainstay on Sony platforms since their debut on the PlayStation 2 back in 2002. The Playstation 3 brought with the the mostly …

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Up your game with KontrolFreek

by 1 year ago

When it comes to precision, serious console FPS gamers will take any advantage they can get to add just a touch to their K/D ratio. KontrolFreek knows this all too …

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