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EA speeds Tetris up with freemium gold

Puzzle game Tetris might be nearly 30 years old, but we're still playing it, and now Electronic Arts has come up with a way to make us even more addicted, with a new version of the beloved game that comes with a catch that could seriously catch you out....
2.2

Review: Review: Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (Xbox 360, PS3)

Relentlessly promoted for its apparently peerless co-op play by EA's PR army with a vigor that hoped to match the game's pace, a release like Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel (TDC) only really needs to do one thing really well: provide that peerless two-player co-operative gameplay experience. If it can do this, EA has a winner on its hands....

Aussie iOS, Android game Real Racing 3 is free…ish

A gaming favourite around the GadgetGuy office is "Real Racing," a series of games that not only boasts fantastic visuals on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, but also some great gameplay and the fact that it's homegrown. Now Aussies and Kiwis can grab it free, a couple of weeks before the rest of the world, but there is a catch....
3.7

Review: Review: Madden NFL 13 (Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, PS3)

Now toting a number 13 at the end of the title, this year's game may be unlucky for some, but not for those who love playing NFL online. Mostly benefitting from a complete overhaul, Madden NFL 13 has emerged with more than just the usual roster alterations and a fresh coat of paint....
5.0

Review: Portal 2 (PC, Xbox 360, PS3)

The best local multiplayer gaming experience so far this year, Portal 2 is an affable and humorous puzzle-based game that encourages co-operation, communication and some deft collaboration as you variously breeze, struggle and blunder your way through the levels....