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Test Drive Unlimited 2 - Xbox 360, PS3, PC
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds - Xbox 360, PS3
F.E.A.R. 3 - Xbox 360, PS3, PC
Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon - Xbox 360, PS3
Fight Night Champion - Xbox 360, PS3
Mortal Kombat - Xbox 360, PS3
Homefront - Xbox 360, PS3, PC
El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron - Xbox 360, PS3
Mega Man Universe - Xbox 360, PS3
Knights Contract - Xbox 360, PS3
Bioshock: Infinite - Ken Levine and Tim Gerritsen interviewed
Batman: Arkham City - Cover Feature
Keita Takahashi Interview
To Hell and Back: Runic Games
10 Games that Sealed their Creators Fate.
Industry: The Players - Peter Collier (Bizarre Creations)
Call of Duty: Black Ops - 9/10 - Who's top dog now?
- Treyarch has proven that it's got the stones to compete with Infinity Ward, or perhaps more aptly, complement it.
Rock Band 3 - 9/10 - Harmonix's rivals have a lot to learn.
- There's a gaping chasm between how you've enjoyed music games before and what Rock Band 3 offers.
Fable III - 7/10 - Two thirds of a great game.
- All of the areas where the game truly excels are exactly what we expect from the series, and from Lionhead as a studio.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II - 5/10 - A supergiant that has burned out too soon.
- TFU II feels like a series of unfulfilled and broken promises that could kill the franchise.
Final Fantasy XIV - 4/10 - An unfinished fantasy.
- Given time you'll begin to see through the haze of a billion perfectly rendered polygons and Final Fantasy nostalgia.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - 9/10 - Another classic creed. Oh, how much they've learned.
- Assassin's Creed 2.5 it may be, it's a perfect reminder of how a careful, iterative approach can be as rewarding as blithely flinging ideas around.
Kinect Adventures - 5/10 - An inauspicious start for Kinect.
Sonic Colours - 8/10 - Arguably the holy grail of 3D Sonic games.
God of War: Ghost of Sparta - 8/10 - Like watching your favourite film for the 100th time.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit - 9/10 - Crash, bang, wallop - what a videogame.
- It won't be long before you're throwing the back end out to perform almost OutRun 2-level fist-pumping drifts.
Donkey Kong Country Returns - 8/10 - Like the last 14 years never happened.
- Elegantly blends a deep-held respect for its subject matter with a masterful appreciation of two-dimensional platform game craftsmanship.
The Ball - 7/10 - Expertly made and thoroughly engaging.
Super Scribblenauts - 7/10 - Major improvements create new problems.
James Bond 007: Blood Stone - 5/10 - The games bland.
Shaun White Skateboarding - 6/10 - Irritating, but ultimately enjoyable.
Time Crisis: Razing Storm - 4/10 - Time for a series rethink.
TV Superstars - 2/10 - Truly dire - will probably sell two million copies.
The Fight - 3/10 - More kick in the pants than punch in the face.
The Shoot - 7/10 - Aims to please.
Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom - 7/10 - A truly charming fairytale.
- An adventure that anyone but the most black-souled gamer will feel compelled to see through to the end credits.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 - 7/10 - Clever design let down by technical faults.
NBA Jam - 8/10 - The most fun sports game you'll play all year.
Super Meat Boy - 9/10 - The best traditional platform game in years.
Costume Quest - 5/10 - Not quite in fashion.
Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City - 9/10 - Still unique, two sequels later.
A Shadow's Tale - 7/10 - An original concept let down by misjudged combat.
Goldeneye 007 - 7/10 - An enjoyable throwback to a simpler time.
Behind the Scenes: Jet Set Radio
Collector's Corner: Lucky Dime Caper starring Donald Duck, The
Year in Review: 1974 - Extended Play - Tank!
Conversion Catastrophe: Rainbow Islands - Master System
Coding Back the Years: Feature on programmers who produce games on abandoned systems.
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