PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale review

Round up your favourite characters from the PlayStation world and fight against and alongside your friends, sharing couch or meeting up online with friends from far away. I clearly remember the debate this game sparkled prior to release, and various media calling it the PlayStation Smash Bros. was a two edged sword to say the […]

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Tokyo Crash Mobs review

It is with amusement that I find the fact that my first review for a website called ‘Gamin’ Girl’ should be for a game about a pair of preppy girls whose ultimate ambition is to successfully make it to the shops. But, despite the protagonists and their arguably bimbo-esque aspirations, I don’t believe this to […]

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Call of Duty: Black Ops II review

Treyarch hit us with another installment of their version of the Call of Duty series but is it just another rehashed game or is there some bite to be had? The future’s past… The main story is set in both the past (1986-1989) and the future (2025) and is also a continuation of the story […]

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The Walking Dead: Episode 5 review

Five months ago, Lee Everett was a convicted man heading to serve a lengthy prison term for a murder he may or may not have committed. How time flies. After five months of trying to survive against an ever-growing zombie horde, his story is finally drawing to a close, or so it seems. Telltale have […]

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F1 Race Stars review

Although it’s clearly fun to speed off into the distance as triple world champion Sebastian Vettel, there’s a strange satisfaction to winning championships with the underdogs. I had great joy carving up the track with Charles Pic driving for Marussia, just because I could. Formula One – love it or hate it you must have […]

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Dishonored review

Dishonored is a steampunk action fest with elements of surprise and cunningly stealthy killings. Can you figure out all the possible ways to do your mission? Your name is Corvo Attano, former bodyguard to the Empress of Dunwall, a city hit with a terrible plague. The empress is assassinated and you’re framed for the murder, […]

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Book of Spells review

You will be able to immerse yourself with Wonderbook and Book of Spells into the Harry potter universe like never before. Learn how to cast the spells you’ve heard in the movies and read in the books. As you buy Book of Spells, Wonderbook tags along in the package as this is the game Sony […]

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Pocket Planes review

The bitzens are back in business with another handheld addi(c)tion from NimbleBit; Pocket Planes. A simple yet devilishly addictive little game for iPhones and iPads alike from the guys that stormed the scene with Tiny Tower in 2012. They clearly discovered that their charming bitzens and carrot-on-a-stick advancement was the key to our hearts, and […]

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Rocksmith review

We have all tried it: Rhythm based music games with a plastic guitar. That is now history. Ubisoft has made the real deal and now it’s time to dust off the old axe in the basement and be ready to feel like a true Jimi Hendrix. ”Anyone can play guitar and bass, whether you’re an […]

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Smart As… review

Now, kick that brain into gear and make it run and lose some of that chunk behind – your brain might just be a little to the lazy side. Change it. Smart As… is a great brain training game, and it explains pretty well how the brain functions and which lobe is your strongest one. […]

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