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Worms Ultimate Mayhem: Comparison to Worms 4

Worms Ultimate Mayhem: Comparison to Worms 4

This one slipped by me.

For a few years now, Team 17 have been updating and re-releasing Worms on various downloadable game services. They have always been the more successful 2D offering. The one title that really got me hooked though was there third 3D Worms game – Worms 4: Mayhem. An absolute blast in multiplayer it is an unusual but thoroughly entertaining night in with a few friends. How does Worms Ultimate Mayhem on Xbox 360 stack up? Continue reading

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RETROspective REview: Medal of Honor (2010)

RETROspective REview: Medal of Honor (2010)

The recent remake of Medal of Honor was not a title I purchased based on review scores. As an unashamed, newly-converted addict to the brilliance of Battlefield, I couldn’t resist the pull of a free Beta trial for the upcoming Battlefield 3. However, I was pleasantly surprised by a thoroughly entertaining single player campaign. Although … Continue reading

They’re heeere! F.3.A.R. Review

They’re heeere! F.3.A.R. Review

Pick up gun. Shoot everything that moves. Rinse and repeat… It’s the standard formula for a vast swathe of first and third person shooters out there, each with their own unique little twist on an otherwise very familiar (and very profitable) formula. We’ve been following the hype around the F.E.A.R. franchise’s third instalment, and a … Continue reading

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D – Review

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D – Review

A franchise that started way back in 1996, that spawned the world’s most evil company, Umbrella Corp, 14 sequels and 8 films has been brought kicking and screaming to Nintendo’s latest handheld, but does it live up to the recent hype?

Turtle Beach PX5 – Review

Turtle Beach PX5 – Review

The combination of videogame consoles and headsets has existed ever since the Sega Mega Drive landed in 1989. Bringing alongside its jaw droppingly beautiful 16-Bit graphics was full stereo sound, but only if you plugged in a set of £2.99 headphones from OurPrice. Times have changed, and the £2.99 headset now requires you to move the … Continue reading

Duke Nukem Forever: Review

Duke Nukem Forever: Review

Pure, simple, fun. For a game that has taken 15 years, multiple court hearings and four developers to complete, Duke Nukem Forever (DNF) is a glorious throwback to classic 1990’s first person shooters, and as stated by the Duke himself, “forever takes a long time” but thankfully not much has changed.

L.A. Noire: Review – A Detective Calls

L.A. Noire: Review – A Detective Calls

So after all this hype is it any cop? Or is its mere existence a crime? Ed stops his punning right now and gets down to some serious work. From the Director of The Getaway and a new studio from Australia (Team Bondi), L.A. Noire is a gritty detective story that loves film noir so … Continue reading

Dead Or Alive Dimensions: Review

Dead Or Alive Dimensions: Review

Breasts and brutal combos, that’s why you bought a 3DS right?…. Its been only a few short months since the release of the 3DS and much has been said about its ability to render children blind, cause mass famine, and generally (in our office) is thought to be responsible for preventing Rapture on the 21st May 2011. No mean feat, however, there has … Continue reading

Gears of War 3 BETA – Review

If you haven’t already pre-ordered this game, do it. Do it now. So, the public Gears of War 3 BETA has been up for almost a week now and I can tell you that this game is simply amazing. Pure and simple, Epic have taken everything that was bad about the first two instalments and thrown it … Continue reading