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Your Shape Fitness Evolved review

Of all the Kinect launch titles Your Shape Fitness Evolved from Ubisoft doesn’t really sit in the ‘Game’ category and herald a new dawn in fitness software for the once gaming only machine. It’s probably safe to say the intention isn’t solely to get lazy gamers off their butts and

The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout review

The Biggest Loser is a television show which focuses on overweight participants attempting to lose weight in a bid to win a cash prize. The main goal for the contestants is to lose the highest percentage of weight (or most weight) to become the Biggest Loser – hence the ambiguous

Operation Flashpoint: Red River review

Operation Flashpoint Red River takes you into the real world locale of the Tajikistan heartland, fighting a war against organised insurgents, an invading Chinese army and a full frontal assault on your ears as they lie wasted, battered and ever so bruised following the barrage by your waxing lyrical commanding

Raven Squad review

Raven Squad tells the story of a military unit trapped behind enemy lines in the Amazonian jungles. Fighting tooth and nail against an oppressive force whilst offering the gamer the chance to embark on first person shooting action combined with some RTS elements. Sounds like it could be good…on paper,

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record review

Dead Rising 2 (DR 2) turned out to be a pretty great zombie action game, improving and tweaking from its predecessor and rekindling the flame for mass zombie killings, survivor rescue and dressing up in female clothing. Whilst Chuck Green the game’s protagonist came across determined yet a bit flat,

Crysis 2 review

German video game developers Crytek have become well known for their spectacular pieces of software, mainly in the PC market. Led by three brothers, Crytek made waves with its ‘Cryengine’ game engine used very well with their most prominent release Far Cry on the PC in 2004. Offering more adaptive

Dead Space 2 review

The original Dead Space became a bit of a cult classic, being enjoyed by reviewers but not being as well publicized as other games at the time. The survival horror genre had been turned upside down after Capcom took its leading Resident Evil series into a more action orientated adventure