Aaron Colter

Aaron Colter

Guardians of Middle-earth review: Ambition can’t save this cash-in

WBIE's Guardians of Middle-earth may get the basics of the multiplayer online battle arena genre right, but that isn't enough to distract from the fact that the game is a blatant attempt to cash in on two trends simultaneously.

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Persona 4 Golden review: Sony’s handheld has a new top game

With the release of Persona 4 Golden, Atlus hopes to revive the best roleplaying title of the PlayStation 2 generation for a new era of handhelds, inadvertently trumping all modern roleplaying games in the process.

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The Walking Dead Episode 5 review: A fitting end for the best story of the year

Telltale's episodic adaptation of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead has finally arrived, and it's as emotionally jarring as you'd expect.

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale review: Sony apes Nintendo with unspectacular results

Sony's new fighter PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is blatantly patterned after Nintendo's Smash Bros. franchise. Whether that's a positive or negative however, is up to personal interpretation.

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Pid review: An unremarkable, unoriginal adventure

Pid is the latest in a long line of modern games that hopes to recapture the magic of old-school platforming titles. Unfortunately, it's far from the best.

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Okami HD review: Amaterasu returns, more beautiful than ever

Though it was under-appreciated in its own time, Capcom hopes that modern technology might offer its Okami a new lease on life.

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Street Fighter X Tekken Vita review: A Technical knockout for Sony’s handheld system

Capcom has released the most polished version of Street Fighter X Tekken to date on Sony's PS Vita handheld, though beneath the wealth of new features lies the same old fighter.

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Silent Hill: Book Of Memories review: Experiments in dungeon crawling

In an effort to expand the Silent Hill franchise Konami has created a game that veers way off track.

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The Walking Dead Episode 4 review: Bigger, darker, better

To the surprise of no one, things take yet another turn for the worse in Telltale's latest episode of The Walking Dead.

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The Testament Of Sherlock Holmes review: Technical flaws are afoot

Technical flaws mar an otherwise enjoyable original take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famed detective, in The Testament of Sherlock Holmes.

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Ouya: ‘Over a thousand’ developers want to make Ouya games

Alongside announcements of personnel acquisitions, the creators of the Android-based Ouya console have revealed massive developer support.

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Marvel Vs Capcom Origins review: Nostalgia sells, ’nuff said

Wolverine battles Mega Man once again as Capcom offers gamers the reheated roots of the Marvel Vs Capcom franchise.

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Dead Or Alive 5 review: Style over substance

Dead Or Alive 5 is not the best fighter you'll play this year, but you can't deny its charm.

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Anomaly: Warzone Earth review

Though less complex than it initially seems, Anomaly Warzone Earth offers an addictive strategy fix for very little money.

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Tekken Tag Tournament 2 review

Not only is Tekken Tag Tournament 2 the biggest King Of Iron Fist tournament yet, it's also the best.

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