Retro-review: Fable 2

Fable 2 released in 2008 for the Xbox 360 to critical acclaim. The long-awaited sequel to Lionhead’s ambitious, charming but ultimately disappointing Fable, the sequel promised to deliver on all the promises made of the first by the developers. The game sees the player grow up as the Hero of Albion, adventuring through a fairy-tale world of castle towns, forests, […]

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Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Review

The Geometry Wars series is one dear to my heart, with the first standalone game in the series being the first game on Xbox Live to be truly worth a purchase, and arguably the most important game on the platform. The second game is, in my opinion, one of the best games on the Xbox 360, and an essential experience […]

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Shadow of Mordor Review

Shadow of Mordor is an open-world adventure set in Tolkien’s Middle Earth that sees you take control of exiled ranger Talion, who has his wife and child brutally murdered in front of him by Sauron’s troops.   The twist is that Talion is also killed, but finds himself  both reborn after the fact, and that he’s been semi-possessed by the […]

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Super Mario 64 Review

Released in 1996, Super Mario 64 took the gaming world by storm, revolutionising the way games were played. Taking one of the most beloved mascots in gaming history and transitioning him from a 2D to a 3D world was a challenge Nintendo had to pull off, and boy did they.

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