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DC Infinite Crisis update introduces two new characters

Infinite Crisis, the free-to-play DC-based Battle Arena game from Turbine has launched a massive update, including a tutorial mode, allowing players to be coached in the minutiae of the game system by popular DC heroes, and giving them the chance to unlock six free characters.  As well as this, there are re-mastered and re-jiggered maps,…

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Metro Redux Review: The Angels have Gone

I don’t think there could be a worse fate than being forced to spend the rest of my life living in a tube station. If it were the London Underground at least it would probably be a relatively peaceful existence akin to living in a poorly ventilated monastery that had taken a vow of silence.…

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The Swapper Review: Where is My Mind?

Great science fiction is by its very nature a work of philosophical discourse and The Swapper is no different, venturing into the murky waters of metaphysical discourse by pitting a hero whose actions are governed by the Aristotelian principles of matter and form against an unmoving enemy that embodies the principles of Descartes 2nd meditation.…

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Pure Pool (PS4) Review: Bar Room Blitz

Pure Pool is one of the most realistic looking games of digital spots and stripes, sorry 8-ball, I’ve ever played. It looks superb, nigh on photo realistic. From the reflection of the surroundings on the balls and the veneer of the wood on the table, down to the texture of the felt that looks like…

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Armillo Review: Smooth on the Inside…

Whenever someone mentions an armadillo, the first thing I think of is that old Dime Bar advert starring Harry Enfield So, when I first heard about Vancouver based Fuzzy Wuzzy Games debut title Armillo, the first thing I thought was ‘Crunchy on the outside, smooth on the inside, ARMADILLOS!’ However, after playing the game, it…

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Sniper Elite III Review: Sorry Hans

Whilst sniping in most shooters, I find there’s a bizarre disconnect between myself and my actions in game. You line your cross hairs up with your target, pull the trigger and the collection of pixels that was your foe is now little more than a headless ragdoll on the ground. In Sniper Elite, you’ll see…