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Turbo: Super Stunt Squad Review

With the holiday season fast approaching, bored children will again be ushered off to cinemas around the country to watch the latest animated feature offerings, one of which is DreamWorks’...

With the holiday season fast approaching, bored children will again be ushered off to cinemas around the country to watch the latest animated feature offerings, one of which is DreamWorks’ Turbo. As is often the case, a movie tie-in video game has been produced to coincide with the movie release, yet Turbo: Super Stunt Squad isn’t quite what you would expect.

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Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns 3DS Review

The original farming simulator that started the crop growing craze makes a return to handheld for a new generation with its latest incarnation for the Nintendo 3DS. Marvelous Interactive’s Harvest...

The original farming simulator that started the crop growing craze makes a return to handheld for a new generation with its latest incarnation for the Nintendo 3DS. Marvelous Interactive’s Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns 3D incorporates the same cutesy charm that captivated a generation but this time, adds a dual village twist.

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Aliens: Infestation Review

The Alien franchise has spawned a series of inter-galactic survival titles over the years, ever since Ridley Scott captivated audiences with the original science fiction tale back in 1979. The...

The Alien franchise has spawned a series of inter-galactic survival titles over the years, ever since Ridley Scott captivated audiences with the original science fiction tale back in 1979. The spine-chilling tension returns with players once again thrust into the midst of an overrun outbreak of Xenomorphic horrors.

The latest iteration brings the series to the Nintendo DS for the first time in its cult history. With WayForward taking command position and adopting a platform shooter formula, can the well-established developer inject fresh life into the Nintendo handheld for one last hoo-rror?

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Pokémon Black & White Versions Review

Hatching the fifth generation of Pokémon, Pokémon Black and White Versions have not only managed to encapsulate the nostalgia of previous titles, but have also marked the beginning of the...

Hatching the fifth generation of Pokémon, Pokémon Black and White Versions have not only managed to encapsulate the nostalgia of previous titles, but have also marked the beginning of the sixteen year series’ rejection of the archetype that has influenced every game since the release of Pokémon Red and Blue Version (1996).

This time, players find themselves in the Unova region; a combination of suave urban living, and ridiculously quirky Pokémon. Prior to it’s release, Black/White copped a fair amount of controversy from fans due to the lack of inspiration shown in the newer Pokémon designs. At first, I was also disgruntled by designs of the fifth generation (*insert ice cream inspired Pokémon here*).

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