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Arcana Heart 3 review

Zen United are a company which localises what we like to call “Niche” fighting games to our side of the world; games such as Blazblue Continuum Shift and Guilty Gear Accent Core. Arcana Heart 3 is the newest game localised by Zen United, originally made by Examu for the arcade

BlazBlue Continuum Shift review

Developed by Arc System Works Blazblue Continuum Shift is the latest game in the relatively new series stemming from Japan. Calamity Trigger released in the west in 2009 and so to see another game a year later is great for fans of the fledgling series. The team at Arc were

Duke Nukem Forever review

Well it’s been 14 years since Duke Nukem 3D and with a few other games thrown in to satiate gamers thirst, it’s only now that 3D Realms’ wise cracking first person shooter gets a true sequel. Its development road has been steeped in trauma, and even the teams working on

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood review

With just one year between Brotherhood and Assassin’s Creed 2 there has perhaps been a bit of scepticism towards how far the developers could make a different enough game to warrant a release so close together. With the story being a continuation from Assassin’s Creed 2 where leading character Ezio

MotionSports review

With the Kinect launch lineup of games having several overlapped titles, two air board racers, two fitness games, two dance games and now two sports games with Kinect Sports from Rare and Motion Sports from Ubisoft Milan. Rare’s efforts are under the watchful eye of Microsoft whereas Ubisoft’s game is

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