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Brütal Legend is a difficult game to play, not because it’s bad, nor because it’s literally difficult to play, but because it’s obvious to most players that it could have been an absolutely astounding game.
Although the hardcore block building mining community will tell you that the PC version of Minecraft is the better one, that hasn’t stopped its Xbox Live Arcade cousin selling like gangbusters.
Whether you’ve wanted to play as a dinosaur taking down humans or vice-versa, your fantasies can finally become somewhat of a reality thanks to Lukewarm Media and their multiplayer first person shooter, Primal Carnage. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Curve Studios’ fast-paced Stealth Bastard has been described as “Metal Gear Solid meets Super Meat Boy”, and has been downloaded by 125,000 gamers since its release last year.
In Cognition, you’ll control Erica Reed on the case of four serial killers who may or may not be connected to her brother’s disappearance.
There’s now only a week to go before the next instalment in Ubisoft’s incredible historical-slash-sci-fi franchise launches on PC and consoles, and anticipation couldn’t be higher.
The biggest addition to the remake is the multiplayer element, featuring co-op support for the entire campaign as well as 8-player multiplayer modes including Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag and Survival.
With both Borderlands 2 and XCOM: Enemy Unknown out of the gates and merrily bothering the sales charts, 2K are free to start pimping their contribution to your bankruptcy in 2013 by going crazy with the Bioshock Infinite info.
This epic new trailer for Assassin’s Creed III examines Desmond’s story so far as he prepares to delve back into the Animus once more and assume the role if Connor Kenway, an ancestor of his whose exploits during the American War for Independence will help to shape Desmond’s future.
This new trailer examines the different jobs you’ll assign your bearded wonders, from Diggy the digger to fighters, builders and juveniles. There’s a job for every Dwarf, and every Dwarf should have a job as you dig, dig and dig some more to expand your little kingdom.
Swapping the deep blue sea for the wide blue sky, Infinite will tell the story of lawman Booker and the mysterious Elizabeth as they face the perils of the flying metropolis of Colombia – perils that include the hulking, partly-mechanical Handymen and the sinister Songbird.