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Blur Review

Arcade racers are a special kind of genre that has always enjoyed a lot of popularity – with that in mind, it’s very strange that the genre has been so dormant lately, with no real notable titles coming out. Even the Need for Speed series, which were the icon of that genre for most people, […]

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Skate 3 Review

The skating genre in video games has generally been dominated by two franchises – the Tony Hawk series, and Skate. While Tony Hawk’s line has been seeing more and more additions since it was started a while back, Skate hasn’t been that much actively developed – only a handful of games have come out so […]

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Splinter Cell: Conviction Review

Conviction is the latest game in the dramatic Splinter Cell series, following the life of special agent Sam Fisher. The game was met with much anticipation from the public, and upon its release it was quickly established as the next best installment in the series by some, and as a rather unpolished and rushed sequel […]

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Dark Void Review

Dark Void is a third-person shooter published by the hugely famous Capcom and developed by the not so well-known Airtight Games. The game borrows its plot elements from various places in popular culture, and even though it didn’t sell so well, players and critics alike still acknowledged it for the innovative gameplay and story twists, […]

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Mini Ninjas Review

In this age where every new game looks like a rehash of the one before it, it’s always refreshing to see developers being brave and stepping in a different direction for a change. Mini Ninjas instantly grabs your attention even with its title, and as soon as you’ve seen just a few screenshots of it, […]