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Pac-Man World 3 – Review

Pac-Man World 3 – Review In the world of videogames it’s the Pac-Man franchise’s 25-year anniversary, and in Namco’s Pac-Man World 3 it’s also the little yellow hero’s birthday. Guess how old he is. Yes, he’s 25. At the beginning of the game, we find Pac-Man about to celebrate his birthday and tuck into a scrumptious-looking cake...
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Need for Speed: Most Wanted – Review

Need for Speed: Most Wanted – Review Need for Speed: Most Wanted opens with your faceless, nameless central character—and a frighteningly powerful BMW—making an immediate impact on the illegal street-racing scene. However, when battling against Razor, the existing racing champion who’s a twisted and evil character of disrepute, your ride...
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Need for Speed: Carbon – Review

Need for Speed: Carbon – Review For those well versed in the Need for Speed universe, its breakneck street racing, police chases, shoehorned narrative, and wafer thin annual premise—all of which justify the series’ ongoing (lack of) evolution—won’t find very much that inspires within the gameplay folds of Need for Speed: Carbon. And those...
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La Pucelle Tactics – Review

La Pucelle Tactics – Review When I saw the cover of this game I immediately thought ‘wow, this game is just my thing’. My thing being, turnbased RPG style games with beautiful graphics and a hint of Manga. This game certainly ticks all the right boxes, for me at least. Let’s start with the story… La Pucelle...
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FIFA 07 – Review

FIFA 07 – Review Electronic Arts would have you believe that “This Is The Season” its long-running football series takes markedly large chunks out of a certain ‘other’ footballing franchise. But does it? Well, first of all, let’s cut past that which we already know, namely that anyone already familiar with the content...
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