Review: Shadows of the Damned VS Red Faction: Armageddon
Jul07

Review: Shadows of the Damned VS Red Faction: Armageddon

Shadows and Red Faction completely engulfed me in non-stop action, funny sequences, dazzling graphics and their unique story lines. Speaking of which Red Faction is set in the distant future where humans have inhabited Mars and already a threat from a radical group jeopardises the Mars development. Darius Mason an ex-military, mining contract worker is tricked into setting off a chain of events that forces the inhabitants to… sorry;...

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Review: LA Noire
Jul06

Review: LA Noire

L.A, 1947, a newly graduated cop patrols the streets, solving cases that other men would have found impossible to piece together. A time when every case was in itself an epic up and down roller-coaster of gut wrenching murders and skilful criminals bent on becoming top dog. How do you make a dent in the Goliath that is the dirty, underground world of L.A? By cleaning up the streets, one case at a time. As we have come to expect from...

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Review: Dirt 3 – A boot-load and Then Some
Jul06

Review: Dirt 3 – A boot-load and Then Some

This game is mind bogglingly brilliant! Dirt 3 is sensational! If two sentences were sufficient for a review I would stop right here. However, due to outside factors (like my editor) I must go on. The Dirt series has always been entertaining. This was largely due to it having a major influence by the late Colin Mcrae, a two times WRC (World Rally Championship) winner and proved instrumental in propelling the Citroen team to...

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Review: Samsung Nexus S – A Geeks Dream
Jul05

Review: Samsung Nexus S – A Geeks Dream

Samsung have not historically been a manufacturer that pushed the boundaries of innovation. They appeared to be more focused on creating mobile devices to compete, not devices that redefined the market.

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