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Rise of the Argonauts review

I have fond memories of the classic 1963 Jason and the Argonauts movie directed by Don Chaffey. For many years, it seemed like perfect Boxing Day, Bank Holiday fodder for afternoon television viewing. Codemasters alongside developers Liquid Entertainment, has brought the movie to life in Rise of the Argonauts which

Naruto: The Broken Bond review

Everyone’s favourite spiky haired, loud-mouthed ninja is back, in Naruto: The Broken Bond. Picking up from when the last game Naruto: Rise of a Ninja (RoaN) left off, the fate of Naruto, Sasuke and friends, and the Hidden Leaf Village is laid bare before you as the game begins with

Mirror’s Edge review

When the first images of Mirror’s Edge were presented to us, I was intrigued by the art direction and very interested in the game’s premise. You are Faith, a runner in a modern, yet futuristic city where an oppressive regime monitors all electronic activity. To send mail securely the runners

Quantum of Solace review

James Bond has returned although for Xbox 360 owners, this will be the first and no doubt not the last Bond game for the system. The game is based around the just released movie of the same name Quantum of Solace, although having played the entire game now, there’s a

Legendary review

The story of Pandora ‘s Box is well documented in Greek Mythology and tells the tale of a devious God Zeus, giving the lovely and perhaps somewhat inquisitive Pandora a wedding present in the form of a box. However in his mischievous ways, the instructions are given not to open

Fable 2 review

The long awaited Fable 2 has finally arrived after years of waiting for a new game from Lionhead Studios. Their previous offering, Fable proved to be a popular game on Xbox and although the game wasn’t quite what the developers claimed it to be, it provided an action adventure game

Saints Row 2 review

When the original Saints Row released in 2006 it was met with plenty of praise and yet garnered a fair number of criticisms as well. Gamers instantly likened it to Rockstar’s GTA: San Andreas, as both games offered an open world environment to jump in and out of and have