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Grand Slam Tennis 2 review

EA enters the fray alongside the efforts of Sega’s Virtua Tennis and 2K’s Top Spin series with its own Grand Slam Tennis. This is part 2 of the series and seems to be an encompassing package that spans 20 years with its ESPN Classic matches. With an extensive career mode

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

Medal of Honor review

The Medal of Honor (MOH) series started off on the Playstation as an excellent outing into WWII first person shooting. Heralded as a success, EA’s efforts placed the series on a high pedestal as at the time there wasn’t much else which could rival it. However, after subsequent sequels where

Dante’s Inferno review

We’ve had two hack and slash games already this year and it’s only the beginning of February and another has arrived. Surely it’s getting crowded in here, or perhaps gamers can’t seem to get enough of slicing up enemies into neat little chunks amidst the splattering of the good ol’

The Saboteur review

We’ve had a number of open world games this year, and we’ve also had a number of World War II inspired offerings as well, but not one that combines the two. Perhaps developer Pandemic seized the opportunity to cater to fans of both and offer them an all encompassing WWII

The Lord of the Rings: Conquest review

It’s another year and time for another Lord of the Rings game. J.R. Tolken’s work has been immortalized in the movies, and now gamers can fight the glorious battles of Middle Earth in Lord of the Rings: Conquest. Playing key battles as either the dark forces or the fellowship you