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Terminator Salvation review

Swedish developer GRIN have been a busy outlet of late, what with Wanted, Bionic Commando and now Terminator Salvation video games under their belts. This latest movie tie-in game which is based on the tales of John Connor who has grown from the whiny smart arsed brat in the Terminator

Bionic Commando review

Based on the classic NES 1988 classic Bionic Commando Capcom have brought the bionically enhanced Nathan Spencer to current gen systems, although not the first time as Bionic Commando Rearmed debuted on the Xbox Live Arcade not so long ago. As a leaping super soldier armed to the teeth with

Battlestations Pacific review

We’re back in World War II, except this time the South Pacific taking part in key naval/aerial battles around 1943 onwards. The victory of Midway was a key turning point in the region for the Allied forces, but there were many other key moments, of which Battlestations Pacific thrusts you

Velvet Assassin review

Velvet Assassin is the latest game from US based publisher SouthPeak Games and has been produced by German development team Replay Studios. The game tells the story of fictitious character Violette Summer, a British operative during the second World War. The Violette in the game has been influenced by a

Ninja Blade review

Ninjas have featured in a wide variety of games to date across multiple platforms and it’s clear to see why. There’s something most positively alluring about men wearing dark clothing, leaping about the place with sharp swords and pointy throwing objects. Add a touch of smoke and some severed limbs

Monsters Vs. Aliens review

Monsters vs. Aliens is yet another movie tie in game to appear under the watchful eye of Activision and with the movie’s March/April release means that most animated movie fans should have an opportunity to watch it before playing the game. Although that said, I don’t think you’d have ruined