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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,

Dead Rising 2 review

The original Dead Rising was met with mixed reaction from gamers but was a pretty spectacular zombie filled romp, fresh from the more confined Resident Evil games. Whilst offering something new as an Xbox 360 launch title (or thereabouts) was filled with issues, which for some dampened the experience. It

Lost Planet 2 review

The original Lost Planet was met with mixed reaction but cemented itself as a decent new IP around the launch of the Xbox 360. The game comprised of shooting up snow pirates and alien lifeforms known as Akrids and was difficult in places and perhaps for some, a little too

Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition review

Not long after Capcom released a changed StreetFighter IV with the addition of Super StreetFighter IV, along comes another update in the form of a DLC package entitled “Arcade Edition”. The DLC will be available from the 7th June costing 1200 points. A retail version is planned for later on

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.

Bionic Commando review

Based on the classic NES 1988 classic Bionic Commando Capcom have brought the bionically enhanced Nathan Spencer to current gen systems, although not the first time as Bionic Commando Rearmed debuted on the Xbox Live Arcade not so long ago. As a leaping super soldier armed to the teeth with

Resident Evil 5 review

After years of waiting, Resident Evil 5 has finally set up residence on current generation platforms. It seems like an eternity has passed since the early target videos were shown, and if you wanted to get all teary eyed and nostalagic, an even longer period since the very first game