Category Archives: PS3

‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!’ Review

Platforms PC, Linux, Mac, Xbox 360, PS3 Developer 2K Games   Publisher 2K Australia, Gearbox Software Genre First Person Shooter/Action RPG  Platform Played On PC I am completely surrounded by weird-looking creeps that want to kill me, my trusty shield is recharging, and I’m running out of ammo. Instead of panicking, I leap into the air, use some [...]
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Alien: Isolation Review – Survival Horror turned Thriller

Platforms – PC, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 Publisher – Sega  Developer – Creative Assembly Genre – Survival Horror/Thriller So close, Creative Assembly, so close. Right from the beginning of Alien: Isolation you could tell you were walking into something special. From the drum-roll introduction of the old school 20th Century logo with the use of VHS footage, [...]
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‘Skylanders Trap Team’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii, Wii U Publisher Activision Developer Toys for Bob Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PlayStation 4 The mascot platformers of yester-year have all but vanished these days, with memorable franchises now sidelined and slowly drifting into mere memories. Skylanders Trap Team embraces the past iterations of the [...]
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‘FIFA 15′ – the Good, the Bad and the Damn Ref

It’s that time of year again, the annual release of a new FIFA with new things we love, but also hate. Every FIFA fan eagerly anticipates just what the new systems are going to offer to your gameplay, and how they will either improve you, or make you break your 23rd controller. After playing it [...]
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‘Watch Dogs: Bad Blood’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ubisoft Montreal Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PlayStation 4 Earlier this year I reviewed Ubisoft’s highly anticipated open-world title, Watch Dogs. Though the new IP didn’t revolutionise the open-world genre, it provided some unique mechanics, solid gameplay and was, overall, tonnes of fun. [...]
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‘Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 3, iOS Publisher Disney Interactive Studios Developer Avalanche Software Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PlayStation 4 The fusion of video game products and collectable toys has been a financial revolution for the gaming industry over the last few years. Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel [...]
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‘Destiny’ Review

Platforms PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One Developer Bungie  Publisher Activision Genre Cooperative Shooter   Platform Played On PS4 A few years ago, the very idea of Bungie, the creators of the legendary Halo franchise developing for PlayStation as well as Xbox would have seemed like a very desirable, although farfetched idea. Then comes along Destiny, a cooperative or [...]
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‘NHL 15′ Review

Platforms PS4/PS3/Xbox One/Xbox 360 Developer EA Canada   Publisher EA Sports Genre Sports   Platform Played On Xbox One As the 2014-2015 NHL season draws near, we see the annual of release of an NHL title. Most years you will hear EA Sports flaunting the inclusion of new game modes, the improvement of visuals and game physics, [...]
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Dice Announces ‘Battlefield 4: Final Stand’ DLC, Available for PC Today

DICE has announced the latest piece of DLC for Battlefield 4, Final Stand which is available today on PC if you’re a member of the Community Test Environment.  “The amount of feedback we’ve been getting via the CTE has been incredible, and is a tremendous asset to the team here at DICE LA,” DICE stated in [...]
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‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’ Will Have Season Pass

It was announced at PAX this past weekend that Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will receive four DLC packages and a season pass. The contents and release dates were not detailed, but it was mentioned that each piece of DLC will carry a price tag of $10 and the season pass will cost $30 if gamers opt [...]
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‘Tales of Xillia 2′ Review

Platforms PlayStation 3 Publisher/Developer Bandai Namco Games Genre JRPG   Platform Played PlayStation 3 Tales of Xillia was one of my most treasured experiences of 2013; the original title showcased some incredible mature themes within a mystical new world, with characters that I will never forget. Tales of Xillia 2 is a sequel that is [...]
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‘The Walking Dead’ Season Finale – No Going Back Review

Platforms PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS, Vita, OUYA Publisher/Developer Telltale Games Genre Interactive Adventure   Platform Played PC No Going Back is not only the title of The Walking Dead’s Season Two finale, but it is also a perfect description of the situation Clementine and those who are left by her side must deal [...]
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‘Hohokum’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita Publisher Sony Developer Honeyslug Genre Art  Platform Played PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 The argument for video games to be classified as interactive art has raged for many years, with both sides debating whether or not the interactive medium should be classified as such. While this has been happening, [...]
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‘Risen 3: Titan Lords’ Review

Platforms PS3/360/PC Developer Piranha Bytes   Publisher Deep Silver Genre Action-RPG   Platform Played On PC Ah, yes, role-playing games created by European developers; I wouldn’t necessarily classify them as niche, but the majority of said titles (e.g. the first three Gothic games, the first two Witcher games etc.) are certainly not for everybody, simply because they’re [...]
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‘The Swapper’ [PS4] Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita [Previously on PC] Publisher/Developer Facepalm Games/Curve Studios Genre Puzzle Platformer  Platform Played PlayStation 4 The Swapper was one of 2013’s best titles, while also producing some of the most intelligent puzzle design in recent memory. Following the critical praise of the original PC release, Facepalm Games (the original [...]
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