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Just Dance: Greatest Hits Review (X360)

By Nicholas Bale () - 4.0 out of 10

the variety of the songlist. With songs like This is Halloween and Sentai Express (that's the theme song from the Japanese version of the Power Rangers, by the way) mixed in with more traditional titles like Party Rock Anthem and Beautiful Liar, I found that there was a song everybody could enjoy. Read More.

Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 8.0 out of 10

The Virtua Fighter series has always been a series about the bare bones. You have a cast of characters placed into an arena and your goal is to beat them. There's really no goal for each individual fighter stated in the game. There is no indication what they are fighting for as you battle opponent after opponent. Read More.

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review (PS3)

By Matthew Pollesel () - 7.0 out of 10

Chances are good that you've got a pretty good idea of where you stand on the Lego game franchise that started with 2005's Lego Star Wars. Either you love the series and its "run around and destroy everything!" gameplay, or it just doesn't appeal to you. As such, when writing about Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, it's pretty tempting to just say, "You know how you've felt about the series so far? Read More.

Fable Heroes Review (X360)

By Ben Abbott () - 6.0 out of 10

Your opinion - and therefore enjoyment - of Lionhead's happy-go-lucky XBLA experiment will be largely dependant on what you go in expecting. If you're anticipating an innovative experience or one deep enough to do the Fable franchise justice you will walk away disappointed. Read More.

Dragon's Dogma Review (PS3)

By Nicholas Bale () - 8.5 out of 10

As I left the city, I saw a shadow zoom across my party. Looking up, I had enough time to dodge out of the way as a gryphon five times the size of a man slammed into the ground, knocking my party aside. I did the only thing that was logical at the time: I set myself on fire, dived onto the gryphon, and started hacking away at it as it feebly tried to get away. Read More.

Arc the Lad II Review (PS3)

By Avi Krebs () - 8.0 out of 10

When Arc the Lad was originally released, it did not make it over to North America and Western gamers were not necessarily shedding too many tears considering the fantastic lineup of RPGs alone released around the same period amongst the consoles. As the review for Arc the Lad mentioned, the sequel was also included in the Arc the Lad Collection, therefore gamers immediately had the opportunity to pick and choose which game they would prefer to spend their time devoted to. Read More.

Lollipop Chainsaw Review (PS3)

By Ania Kwak () - 8.5 out of 10

With all the zombie-related games, merchandise, and everything else out there you'd think the craze is over, yet evidently there's still room for parodies that make fun of the idea while still somehow honouring it. Grasshopper Manufacturer's Lollipop Chainsaw not only makes even non-zombie fans want to join in the fun, it makes fun of itself and the zombie craze so much that you can't help but have a good time playing it. Read More.

Diablo III Review (PC)

By Rick Poulin () - 8.5 out of 10

I'm pausing my game for a few minutes to tell the rest of you who aren't playing Blizzard's Diablo III why you might want to reconsider that decision. In fact, I was expected to do this much sooner, but it's been a while since deciding between opening my text editor or the game was quite this subconscious. Read More.

Gungnir Review (PSP)

By Nicholas Bale () - 6.0 out of 10

I have played a number of tactical strategy games over the years, numerous titles that combine mechanics, invent some of their own, and use ideas that I've yet to see in other titles. So when I say that Gungnir is one of the most obtuse tactical games I've played, believe me when I say that I do not give this title lightly. Read More.

Prototype 2 Review (PS3)

By Matthew Pollesel () - 7.5 out of 10

I had a lot of fun playing Prototype 2.

I know that reads like a conclusion, or as if I'm telling you up front what you should take away from this review. It's not, though. Read More.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Review (X360)

By Andrew Sztein () - 8.5 out of 10

Once upon a time, Ubisoft had the market cornered on military and tactical shooters under its Tom Clancy brand. Whether it was a visit to Vegas as a member of Rainbow squad, a one man ninja as a Splinter Cell, or my personal favourite, playing as a solider of the future as the Ghost Squad, If you wanted to simulate being in a real warzone, The Tom Clancy titles are where the action was. Read More.

Legend of Grimrock Review (PC)

By Nicholas Bale () - 8.0 out of 10

From the days of Dungeon Master, Eye of the Beholder, and other classic first-person dungeon crawlers comes a game that not only tries to step away from classic gameplay, but embraces it: The Legend of Grimrock from Finnish developers Almost Human is a game that, if not for the modern graphics, could easily be mistaken for a game from two decades ago. Read More.

Fez Review (X360)

By Ben Abbott () - 9.0 out of 10

Fez isn't remarkably dissimilar to an old family photo-album. Every turn of the page brings back plenty of happy memories that you'd previously misplaced, and for a moment you'll find yourself lost in blissful nostalgia. For many, it'll be nothing short of a bona-fide time-capsule. Read More.

Ridge Racer Unbounded Review (PS3)

By Christopher Seal () - 7.5 out of 10

When it comes to video games and racing, there are often two camps a title can fall into. The first is where a game leans more towards a realistic driving simulation, where emphasis is placed on physics and how the car feels and reacts to the track. The other is where a game throws physics out the window, tells Newton and his laws to take a hike and pays no mind to how cars actually drive. Read More.

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Review (X360)

By Nicholas Bale () - 9.5 out of 10

In the world of Geralt the Witcher, there are no princesses to fight for the honor of saving. There are no groups of heroes roaming the countryside to right wrongs and put things the way they should be, there are no blacks and whites. There are just those who would get in your way, and those smart enough not to do so. Read More.