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Review: God of War HD Collection: Volume 2

There’s no doubt that the first God of War collection was a triumphant success for developer Santa Monica Studios. As a result, it’s no...

Review: ICO/Shadow of the Colossus HD Collection

If you’re a gamer with access to the Internet (which I’m assuming you are, because… well… you’re reading this on Stevivor), the odds are,...

Review: Rochard

Recently released exclusively to the Playstation Network, Rochard is an impressive platformer title with hints of Metroidvania that will feel a little familiar to...

Review: Madden 12

After some hugely enjoyable offerings from EA Sports with FIFA and NHL this year, I was expecting Madden 12 to be on par. Two out...

Review: FIFA 12

Having played most versions of FIFA over the past 10 years or so, I was expecting EA to pretty much deliver the same game...

Review: Resident Evil: Code: Veronica HD

I bought a Sega Dreamcast FOR Resident Evil: Code: Veronica. A year later, I bought Resident Evil: Code: Veronica X for the PlayStation 2. What?...

Review: Gears of War 3

Matt and I got sucked into the Gears of War 3 hype; we started GoW 2 last week just to burn through co-op and...

Review: Driver: San Francisco [Multiplayer]

Now, two things here: this isn't something we'll do often, and this in no way contradicts any points made in William's review of Driver:...

Review: Resident Evil 4 HD

"Hello, stranger!" I LITERALLY squealed with delight when I met up with The Merchant in glorious HD and heard those sweet guttural sounds pour from...

Review: Resistance 3

Insomniac Games and Sony Computer Entertainment are back for a third outing in the Resistance series, with Resistance 3. However, it’s only my first...

Review: Driver: San Francisco

If ever there was a game that was rendered completely pointless by its plotline, it’s Driver: San Francisco. The story actually makes you care less about what you do. After ten minutes of cut-scenes, it throws you its first WTF: Driver: San Francisco is all a dream.

Review: NHL 12

A new year means a new version of EA Sports' NHL series. As you'd expect, I'm ecstatic. First off, get yourself acquainted with our review...

Review: Top Spin 4

As an avid tennis player and fan, I hold my breath each and every year and hope that a tennis game will be developed...

Review: Silent Hill: Homecoming

Okay, let’s get one thing down pat before we get to the nitty-gritty: Silent Hill: Homecoming is not developed by the famed Team Silent,...

Review: Inazuma Eleven

Okay, before I start this review I need to come clean. I’m a massive Level-5 fanboy. There I’ve said it. Why? Let me explain. To...

Review: The Fancy Pants Adventures

Anyone who has ever kicked over a spare twenty minutes/wasted an entire lunchbreak/used up an entire day/spends most of their life on the internet will have...

Review: Catherine

I’ve played the game, I’ve sat down to write about it…and I’m still not sure what to think. Welcome to Catherine, my friends, the...

Review: Jetpack Joyride

I fell in love with Halfbrick the first time I played Raskulls at GenCon (may it rest in peace, and hopefully come back from...

Review: Captain America: Super Soldier

Sitting waiting for my first flight towards Seattle, what better to do than write a review for Captain America: Super Soldier, a movie-tie in...

Review: de Blob 2

de Blob 2 is the successor to the often-overlooked Wii exclusive de Blob. You play as Blob, a protagonist with the ability to absorb paint...

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