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Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad Review

my Jeremy McGrath's Offroad Career ended in triumph. I led the championship standings by 200 points, winning every single one of the 23 races and leaving the title hero in the dust. I received no recognition or congratulations for this.…

Twisted Metal Review

Developer: Eat Sleep PlayPublisher: Sony Computer EntertainmentPlatform: PS3Reviewed by: Brendan Kelly I never understood clowns. If I'd ever felt the need to watch a red-cheeked, stupid creature make a honking noise and fall over, I'd…

Review-in-Progress: La Mulana

by Alex Balderas It's good. La Mulana is really good. What else can I say? I'm really surprised by that, actually. I've known about the freeware version of La Mulana for a long time, but it never occurred to me to try it. In a way,…

Sleeping Dogs Review

Publisher: Square Enix, Namco Bandai Games (Aus) Developer: United Front Games, Square Enix London Studios Release date: August 14, 2012 (NA), August 16, 2012 (Aus), August 17, 2012 (EU), September 27, 2012 (JP) System:…

Dishonored Review

Play your way, that's the focus of dishonored It's a lofty goal, and when you really think about it, so few games that claim to offer such freedom actually deliver. Too often "play your way" means you can either "do this". or 'Do that'.…

Retro City Rampage Review

Retro city rampage has been in the works for a long time. It was originally intended to be a Wii title (in the early 2000s) but has released in 2012 on a wider range of platforms including PC, PS3 and Vita. An Xbox Live release will…

Drox Operative Review

Of all the action RPGs I played in 2012, Drox agent was by far the most interesting. For those 12 months, that also looked a lot hyped Diablo 3 and underdog favorite Flashlight 2 Cross my hard drive, that's not bad. Especially for a game…