Monthly Archives: November 2010

Working Day: You want a world? You have to wait!

For the last six months or so I hadn’t been able to review any PC games because my gaming laptop had burst into tears when I tried to install a game on it. “I can’t take it anymore,” it said. … Continue reading

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And another thing: Sparing Ninja Blade

The other day I took a couple of old games from my shelf, which I’d either played and lost interest in or never had any interest in them in the first place. It’s the trade in counter for you lot, … Continue reading

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And another thing: I hate those pigs

Even though it sounds strange to say it, I love a lot of villains in video games. When you think of how many games revolve around defeating a protagonist, thenĀ a well-drawn, fully rounded bad guy (or gal) not only adds … Continue reading

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And another thing: You are about to witness a Biblical piece of work

Oh. My. God. (Part 2)

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Working day: The Gaming Rig cometh

Oh. My. God.

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And another thing: Sonic’s so fast you may have missed him

This week you may be under the impression that you only have two options open to you as a gamer. You could pick up a copy of the admittedly excellent Call Of Duty: Black Ops, or you could invest in … Continue reading

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And another thing: A theory as to why Enslaved flopped

I’ve been buried up to my neck this week in CODBLOPS and Kinect, so I missed a couple of pieces (one in the Guardian and one in Play) in which people bemoaned the fact that Enslaved: Odyssey To The West … Continue reading

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