Fantasy role playing games are very popular at the moment with the likes of LORD OF THE RINGS and recently released SKYRIM. It looks like we can't get enough of fairies, Goblins, over developed men and women, waving swords about and being all profound and humourless (there's no place for comedy in the fantasy world).
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Does anyone out there remember the Commodore Amiga game console? If you do then you would have heard of a game called SYNDICATE, an early release by EA GAMES and BULLFROG PRODUCTIONS way back in 1993. Them days it was a fixed isometric, tactical shooter game, involving a team of cyborg agents. It did cause . . . → Read More: Syndicate-It’s All In Your Head!
I have never been much of a fan of wrestling type games, they just try to be real and end up not being. I much prefer some mega being who you know is not real, who can leap into the air and fire laser beams from his fingers. Then one day last week a . . . → Read More: UFC Undisputed 3 – It’s A Real Knockout!
Rally driving, it sure is a mental sport, hammering down country lanes at breakneck speed scary but exhilarating stuff. I don`t know about you folks, but I have always fancied the idea of being a rally driver. I don’t mind the driving but never been one for wearing a rally jacket.
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Medal of Honor brings the action to the future, focusing on missions based around real military operations that occurred in Afghanistan in 2002. From the start, it becomes clear that EA has attempted to remove the Hollywood trappings and instead focus on a grittier, real look. The narrative is fast paced and involves constant . . . → Read More: Medal of Honor Video Game Review
Last generation, Ubisoft created a hit when it rekindled the Prince of Persia franchise. Sands of Time struck a chord of awesomeness that carried its way through two further titles. In 2008, the French publisher looked to ride the reboot bandwagon. The company released the plainly titled Prince of Persia, a game set in a world independent of the Sands of Time trilogy. The change in art style and an open-world design failed to generate sales, leading Ubisoft to return to the ideas of its successful trilogy for The Forgotten Sands. Intricate levels, death-defying leaps, close combat and the reversal of time are all available to the Prince, yet his old moves coupled with new powers and abilities fail to fill out the whole package. . . . → Read More: Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Review