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Final Fantasy XIII review

It has been a long time coming and finally Square Enix’s new role playing game has arrived on Xbox 360. Once a Playstation only series, it’s taken this many years for the series to arrive on Xbox, although we’re ignoring the not so good Final Fantasy XII which seemed a

Tropico 3 review

Sim City has so far been absent on Xbox 360 and so this has led to a void when it comes to resource management/strategy/ tycoon games this generation. Although we have been blessed with Civilization Revolution and Theme Park, for those gamers looking for a more deeper experience have had

Mass Effect 2 review

Mass Effect was heralded as a benchmark game for Western role playing games, providing gamers with a neat balance of action, storytelling and vast exploration. Not quite a full-on third person shooter, or turned based RPG it sat perfectly in the middle of the two genres capturing the imaginations of

Dark Void review

Dark Void is the latest game from Capcom and pits players into a desperate sci-fi world where alien godlike beings threaten the sanctity of Earth. You take control of leading and unwitting hero Will, a pilot who is thrown into the thick of things at the drop of a hat.

Vancouver 2010 review

The Winter Olympics begin in February 2010 in Canada and to keep up with the snowy momentum, SEGA have embarked on publishing the official tie-in video-game of the event. From the warmth of your armchairs and possibly without a speck of snow in sight, the game allows you to take

Buku Sudoku review

Buku Sudoku appears to be a popular brain teaser at the moment, and as an exercise in logical thinking rather than mathematics, it certainly has widespread appeal dispite its appearance. Expectedly, a game of the game has been made and allows, those people looking to test their brains via the

Bayonetta review

Action games have come thick and fast this year on Xbox 360, and with more coming in the next few months, gamers have some choices to make especially if you’re the sort to not rush out and buy the games as soon as they are released. Cue Sega’s Bayonetta a