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Binary Domain review

With a full English copy of SEGA’s Binary Domain now in our hands, it’s been an interesting ride through the game’s wild and fantastical science fiction themed story. Binary Domain is set in a Neo Tokyo of the future, filled with robots passing as humans, a squad of troops tasked

The Darkness II review

Based on the best-selling comic ‘The Darkness’ created by Top Cow Starbreeze Studios’ first effort has seem a sequel developed by Unreal and Pariah developer Digital Extremes. The Darkness tells the tale of fearless Mafia hitman Jackie Estacado who becomes host to the terrifying entity that is the Darkness which

Grand Slam Tennis 2 review

EA enters the fray alongside the efforts of Sega’s Virtua Tennis and 2K’s Top Spin series with its own Grand Slam Tennis. This is part 2 of the series and seems to be an encompassing package that spans 20 years with its ESPN Classic matches. With an extensive career mode

Ninja Gaiden 3 review

After Tomonobu Itagaki’s revival of the Ninja Gaiden series on Xbox in 2004, the games have gained a legion of dedicated fans as they fill the shoes of hardcore and traditional ninja character Ryu Hayabusa of the Dragon lineage. With two games (including the remixed Ninja Gaiden Black) on Xbox

BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend review

Arc System Works are one of the few developers clinging on to the now ancient art of providing gamers with old school 2D fighting games especially in times when the more established franchises like Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat have gone fully 3D. There’s a certain charm with 2D hand

NeverDead review

NeverDead is a new franchise published by Konami and developed by Rebellion and features protagonist and 500 year old cursed demon hunter Bryce Boltzmann working for an agency to rid hotspots of demon invasion. The game offers a third persons action game but with a twist in that Bryce cannot

The Adventures of Tin Tin review

Ubisoft are no strangers to the odd movie tie in game, so being tasked with making a game based on the latest animated movie that is poised to doing the rounds should not be a hard task to bear. In this instance the subject matter is Herge’s Tin Tin, a