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Snakebyte Premium Bluetooth Controller Review

Savvy gamers know there’s typically a tradeoff with economically priced third-party controllers: performance often doesn’t match the quality of a first-party device. This compromise is especially noticeable for the PlayStation 3; beyond the frequent requirement ...

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Babel Rising Review

What is the concept? Building on a design introduced by French developer Whitebirds’ (Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals, Last King of Africa) popular iPhone game, the console version of Babel Rising permits players to punish ...

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Mad Riders Review

What is the concept? With a retina-searing sense of speed and an incessant succession of death defying jumps, 2010’s Nail’d brought gamers back to an era when racing titles offered doses of big, dumb fun ...

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Resistance: Burning Skies Review

Although Sony’s two principal PS3 shooters series were adapted into a pair of PSP titles, substantial changes were required to accommodate the subordinate hardware. From the top-down perspective used to depict Helghast homicide in Killzone: ...

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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Review

Over its decade long legacy, the Ghost Recon franchise has endured a succession of substantial changes. Once a taut, tactics-heavy simulation tasking players with managing multiple teams across vast battlefields, more recent entries in the ...

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Sorcery Review

When Sorcery was first revealed at Sony’s 2010 E3 press conference, the title seemed like the Move’s killer app, allowing players to cast fantastical spells by flicking and twirling the motion-sensing peripheral. Following two years ...

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Max Payne 3 Review

As mediums go, video game narratives are sporadically lackluster, often dependent on elements such as rousing action or tactical analysis to engage players. One of the more popular defenses for this phenomenon explains that the ...

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Game of Thrones Review

As intellectual properties go, George R. R, Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice series might seem like an unlikely candidate for adaptation into a traditional Western role-playing title. Admittedly, previous conversions of A Game ...

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