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4.5

Review: Review: Guitar Hero Live

We've all had that dream at one point in time: start a band and be a rock star. Unfortunately, most of us will never get to live that dream, but the next generation of the "Guitar Hero" franchise gets close to delivering that experience....
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....
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4.4

Review: Borderlands

The very first thing that Borderlands, from Gearbox Software, creators of the very successful Brothers in Arms series for Ubisoft, gets right are the playable ...
3.0

Review: Band Hero

Music participation games, where you hold a replica instrument and try to press the various buttons in time with an onscreen sequence, have proven to be mas...
3.0

Review: Need for Speed: Shift

Need for Speed: Shift is a complete re-think and redesign for Electronic Arts. Now far more of a 'serious' racing simulation game than the (superb and sorel...
3.0

Review: EyePet

Virtual pets hit somewhat of an apex a few years ago with the brilliant Nintendogs on the DS handheld system, but they weren't the first and this new, exclu...
4.5

Review: Review: Guitar Hero Live

We've all had that dream at one point in time: start a band and be a rock star. Unfortunately, most of us will never get to live that dream, but the next generation of the "Guitar Hero" franchise gets close to delivering that experience....
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....
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4.4

Review: Borderlands

The very first thing that Borderlands, from Gearbox Software, creators of the very successful Brothers in Arms series for Ubisoft, gets right are the playable ...
3.0

Review: Band Hero

Music participation games, where you hold a replica instrument and try to press the various buttons in time with an onscreen sequence, have proven to be mas...
3.0

Review: Need for Speed: Shift

Need for Speed: Shift is a complete re-think and redesign for Electronic Arts. Now far more of a 'serious' racing simulation game than the (superb and sorel...
3.0

Review: EyePet

Virtual pets hit somewhat of an apex a few years ago with the brilliant Nintendogs on the DS handheld system, but they weren't the first and this new, exclu...