Martin Muk

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Martin Muk

An avid video game enthusiast, dedicated PS3 gamer who also dabbles in retro PC classics. Occasionally whips out his first ever SNES console for quick Super Mario sessions. Enjoys mission driven FPS and action-adventures in the same mold as God Of War. Recently developed a fascination with Collector's Edition that is slowly devouring his wallet.

DmC: Devil May Cry Review

A remake of any classic generally always manages to generate quite a mix of emotions amongst critics and fans alike. When the...

Dishonored Review

It seems that in the past year there have been less and less original ideas for games as almost every second title...

Sleeping Dogs Review

Sleeping Dogs has travelled a tough road before finally being released in August this year. It was initially part of the True...

Mad Riders Review

In my experience, I have found that downloadable games that aren’t HD remakes, on the PlayStation Network or Xbox Live Arcade have...

Max Payne 3 Review

As expected with any successful gaming franchise, the fans of the series are usually the hardest to please for sequels or reboots....

Rayman Origins Review

Although the Rayman franchise has been around for close to 20 years, my first Rayman experience only came earlier this year with...

Rayman 3 HD Review

After the great success of the initial God of War HD Collection, it seems in the past year there has been a...

Journey Review

The first thing you will notice about Journey is that it doesn’t conform to the majority of gaming conventions. A single word...

Shadows of the Damned Review

Games in recent times have been lauded for their increasingly serious tones and focus giving the player more immersion with consequential choices....