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Review: Kinect Sports: Season Two

Last year's Kinect Sports was a surprise hit for most of us in the Stevivor bullpen. I mean, go look at that game's cover!...

Review: DanceStar Party

Full disclosure: I went into DanceStar Party having never played a dance game before. I don’t have the motor skills for it. Anything that involves...

Review: Spider-Man: Edge of Time

Developer Beenox made Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions and apparently loved Spider-Man 2099 so much that they decided to shoe-horn the character into a second game. Yep,...

Review: SPY Mouse

As a recovered Flight Control addict, I was looking forward to the latest iOS game to come from local Melbourne development house Firemint. I'm sad...

Review: Battlefield 3

With console and PC versions, single-player and co-op campaigns, a genre-defining multiplayer and inevitable comparisons to that OTHER series, there's a lot to cover...

Review: NBA 2K12

I’ll be the first to admit I’m not the biggest sports fan. In fact, it’s usually the last thing on my list of ‘things...

Review: inFAMOUS 2 “Festival of Blood” DLC

Festival of Blood is an interesting piece of DLC that sets itself apart from the game it shares a common title with. Not requiring...

Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

I was a latecomer to the Deus Ex series. I grew up on consoles and, with very minimal PC gaming, it was only in...

Review: Forza Motorsport 4

Greetings, friends. A little about myself before we go any further, but not for narcissistic reasons—it's just so that you understand a couple of...

Review: Dead Island

I feel like this review is shockingly late, especially as all evidence the game ever existed is currently getting buried under an avalanche of Batman:...

Review: Dance Central 2

Dance Central was irrefutably the best launch title for the Kinect. I'd even say it's the best use of the Xbox 360's motion controls...

Review: Dragon Age II “Mark of the Assassin” DLC

Dragon Age II's second major DLC outing is here and it goes by the name of "Mark of the Assassin". This instalment features Felicia...

Review: Crysis

Most times, it’s hard reviewing two games at once because you tend to forget what you’re doing and try game function A in game...

Review: The Gunstringer

I've just moved into a new apartment; having once again the room to flail about in front of the television, I decided to give...

Review: TrackMania 2 Canyon

The original TrackMania developed a huge following, and from all the talk on the internet, I was assured TrackMania 2 Canyon wouldn’t disappoint. The...

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...