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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn Review

The Dynasty Warriors: Gundam franchise returns with Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn, the first title in the Dynasty Warriors: Gundam series to not adopt a numerical numbering system. It’s a case...

The Dynasty Warriors: Gundam franchise returns with Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn, the first title in the Dynasty Warriors: Gundam series to not adopt a numerical numbering system. It’s a case of familiar gameplay, catchy tunes and deceptively same old storylines, but scratch the surface a little and you’ll find the most comprehensive Dynasty Warriors: Gundam experience to date.

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Atelier Rorona Plus Review

Atelier Rorona receives a shiny remake with Atelier Rorona Plus, re-designed to fix the flaws fans have complained about since the original was released back in 2010. Rorona was; and...

Atelier Rorona receives a shiny remake with Atelier Rorona Plus, re-designed to fix the flaws fans have complained about since the original was released back in 2010. Rorona was; and still remains an exceptional title in the Atelier series, but it had it fair share of issues. Four years on, Rorona Plus scrubs up nicely thanks to some love and care by developer Gust, who has also ported the J-RPG to the PS Vita for the first time.

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Watch Dogs Review

Watch Dogs is the most anticipated game of the year, breaking pre-order sales records following a string of delays which left fans with an insatiable appetite for the open world...

Watch Dogs is the most anticipated game of the year, breaking pre-order sales records following a string of delays which left fans with an insatiable appetite for the open world hacking adventure. With so much potential to build upon the genre, Watch Dogs does a commendable job but falls painfully short of being a genre-defining title.

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Child of Light Review

Child of Light is a testament to what can be accomplished when all the elements in one title work together harmoniously to become something even greater and beyond. It may...

Child of Light is a testament to what can be accomplished when all the elements in one title work together harmoniously to become something even greater and beyond. It may not have a blockbuster budget, yet Child of Light‘s modest adventure will leave a long-lasting, lingering impression on those who are open-minded and bold enough to venture into a strange mysterious world.

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle Review

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle brings the popular Japanese manga series to a new generation, thanks to the efforts of anime/manga video game conversion specialists CyberConnect2. Responsible for the .hack...

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle brings the popular Japanese manga series to a new generation, thanks to the efforts of anime/manga video game conversion specialists CyberConnect2. Responsible for the .hack and successful Naruto titles, All-Star Battle has the same gorgeous visuals you’d expect from CyberConnect2 but is lacking is other areas.

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Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Review

It’s become somewhat of a tradition for each title in the Dynasty Warriors franchise to receive a revamping not too long after its original release. The latest title, Dynasty Warriors...

It’s become somewhat of a tradition for each title in the Dynasty Warriors franchise to receive a revamping not too long after its original release. The latest title, Dynasty Warriors 8 kept with the traditional format and received praise for upping the hack-n-slash ante once more. Of course, there’s always room for improvement so developers Omega Force have followed it up with Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends.

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 – Revelations DLC Review

Alucard’s part in the Lords of Shadow 2 mythos takes centre stage in Revelations, the two-to-three hour DLC available now for February’s divisive adventure. Those who found the tale’s ending...

Alucard’s part in the Lords of Shadow 2 mythos takes centre stage in Revelations, the two-to-three hour DLC available now for February’s divisive adventure. Those who found the tale’s ending to be abrupt and unsatisfying will no doubt be disappointed given this download’s nature as a prequel, but at least they can take solace in the ability to play as someone other than Dracula since Mirror of Fate HD. Although a welcome change from the LoS norm, it’s worth noting that those unimpressed with the series so far will find little here to warrant a second glance.

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The Witch and the Hundred Knight Review

Nippon Ichi Software has proven with Disgaea that even less savoury characters can be charming without losing their evil allure. Unfortunately The Witch and the Hundred Knight doesn’t quite reach...

Nippon Ichi Software has proven with Disgaea that even less savoury characters can be charming without losing their evil allure. Unfortunately The Witch and the Hundred Knight doesn’t quite reach the same level of love despite having fundamentally been inspired by the long-running series.

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Review

The saying goes, “Third time’s a charm.” Square Enix may be taking things a little too literal producing a third title, Lightning Returns – Final Fantasy XIII. Can the finale...

The saying goes, “Third time’s a charm.” Square Enix may be taking things a little too literal producing a third title, Lightning Returns – Final Fantasy XIII. Can the finale in the long-running Final Fantasy XIII series provide closure for fans and prove to be the best of the batch?

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Dark Souls II Review

Dark Souls has a reputation for being brutally difficult, but in all the right way. It left a firm impression on its loyal player base for the frustration and satisfaction...

Dark Souls has a reputation for being brutally difficult, but in all the right way. It left a firm impression on its loyal player base for the frustration and satisfaction it delivered, through its rage-inducing but oddly fair difficulty curve. From Software returns with Dark Souls II with even more addictive gameplay that will leave you pushing the boundaries of your gaming ability, well beyond what you ever thought you were capable of achieving.

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