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Battlefield Hardline – the Save Game review

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8 out of 10 Great Recommended

The music blasts out of the speakers as I fly down the street, bullets ricocheting off the car all around me as the police try to take me, or the car, out of play.  My comrades lean out the windows and return fire, buying me time to get away when BOOM, hit by an RPG. Respawn. Find the guy who killed you. Pull the sexy man pose. Battlefield Hardline is always fun.

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Borderlands: The Handsome Review

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10 out of 10 Superb Recommended

Following the trend of every other major successful AAA title released in the past couple of years, 2K and Gearbox have also upgraded two of their Borderlands games for new generation consoles in The Handsome Collection. Who knew you needed to see the unique yet simplistic cel-shaded art style of Borderlands in even higher definition?

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PlayStation versions of Minecraft Mass Effect pack now available

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Rejoice, Playstation Minecraft players. Your long shared nightmare is finally over. After well over a year of waiting, the Mass Effect mash-up pack for Minecraft is finally available for purchase on all Sony platforms. Go ahead, let those tears of happiness flow. After you’ve all had a good cry, read on for the details. 

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Review – The Order 1886

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7 out of 10 Good

Not too long ago I wrote a prediction list for 2015, which included the probability that The Order: 1886 would be the first major fail for the year. That prediction was based solely on the massive amount of hype for the game leading up to release, not unlike Watch Dogs, which I believed may lead to the game not matching those expectations. For the most part I was right, but not due to that reason alone.

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Review – Dead or Alive 5: Last Round

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8 out of 10 Great

Dead or Alive has always split the fighting community in two. On the one hand, it’s an exciting blend of action, counters and explosive level designs. On the other….well, let’s just say Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball and just leave it at that.

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Evolve – The Save Game Review

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8 out of 10 Great

Scary monsters and super creeps; Turtle Rock Studio‘s latest multiplayer game, Evolve, wants to know if you’re the hunter or the hunted. Set in the not-too-distant future on the otherworld, Shear, Evolve is an asymmetrical multiplayer combat game that pits four players against one. Human colonies are under threat after alien Monsters have started appearing and overrunning the planet. With colonists’ lives at stake, twelve Hunters are recruited to evacuate the planet and save as many people as possible.

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Review – Life is Strange

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9.5 out of 10 Excellent

Narratively-driven video games have enjoyed a renaissance in the last couple of years, showing the wider population that the medium can be just as effective as films, TV and books when it comes to storytelling. And it’s not a niche market: everyone from indie developers to AAA studios are releasing games with strong focus on characterisation, immersive narrative and deep exploration of relatable themes. Of course, the flip side to that is not everyone gets it right. However, Life Is Strange, a new episodic game from developer Dontnod Entertainment, gets it very right.

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Beta feedback brings change to Battlefield Hardline

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With the release of Battlefield Hardline looming, developer Visceral Games has released an extensive list of changes they have made to the game, following last month’s public beta. While none of the changes are drastic, the combined result of them will be a game that plays and feels somewhat differently than the one experienced in the beta. Read on for the details.

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Review: Grim Fandango Remastered

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9 out of 10 Excellent Recommended

In the dying days of the Golden Age of Adventure Games, genre stalwarts Lucasarts released a daring game that strode into the still-novel waters of three-dimensional gaming. That was Grim Fandango, the noirish tale of Manny Calavera, a lowly salesman with the Department of Death, peddling travel packages to the recently deceased. It was the last great adventure game put out by the studio, followed in genre only by the mostly forgettable Escape from Monkey Island. Written and Directed by Tim Schafer, Grim was something special.

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Review: Hand of Fate

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6 out of 10 Sound

There are games that are influential from inception; seminal works that break new ground, creating a distinct flavour that can be tasted in the games they influence. Sometimes they share traits that are easy to spot as common, but it isn’t always obvious.

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