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Shaun White Skateboarding – Review

Shaun White Skateboarding – Review Shaun White is probably better known for his snowboarding games than his skateboarding, but that hasn’t stopped Ubisoft Montreal from bringing us Shaun White Skateboarding, one of a few new titles that – with the right setup – is playable in full stereoscopic 3D. We’re lucky enough to have such a setup at...
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Battlefield: Bad Company 2 – Review

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 – Review Please note this is a review of the single player campaign – Battlefield: Bad Company was one of my favorite first-person shooters of 2008, the game featured some great game mechanics, including the destructible environments and gameplay variety. This along with some great in-game humor and memorable...
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BioShock 2 – Review

BioShock 2 – Review Ahh Rapture, an underwater city of wonder, how I have missed you and your deranged beauty. When BioShock released back in 2007 (on Xbox 360) it was a game changer. With that in mind, its water drenched sequel has much to live up to. The narrative, environment and characterization in BioShock was superlative...
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – Bullet Review

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – Bullet Review Squeezing this into a review you can read in under a minute should be a hoot. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is an FPS title by Infinity Ward. If it’s all out modern warfare you’re looking for, look no further. Modern Warfare 2 features a great single-player campaign with fantastic multi-player...
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Left 4 Dead 2 – Review

Left 4 Dead 2 – Review Ahh Left 4 Dead 2, sequel to the rather wonderful zombie-fest Left 4 Dead, at last you have shuffled your way onto game store shelves. It’s been around a year since Left 4 Dead arrived and, some might say, changed the landscape of how zombies are portrayed in video games forever. Left 4 Dead 2...
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