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Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters


In Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters you take on the role of Hal Jordan in a game that’s supposed to give the recently released movie a bit of extra attention. It’s a typical movie game, but one that manages to add the necessary fun to its simple gameplay so that fans of the comic […]


Captain America: Super Soldier


I’ll be honest with you: I wasn’t exactly itching to play Captain America: Super Soldier. In my mind it was yet another run-of-the-mill third-person action title, whose release just so happens to coincide with a summer blockbuster of the same name. In other words: meh. After playing the game, however, I’ve had to change my […]


Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D


I wasn’t quite sure what I could expect from Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D for the 3DS. Seems it isn’t a real Resident Evil game, but rather a handheld version of one of the extra modes from the mother games. Not what you would call a must-have. The idea of the game is to get […]


InFamous 2


Two years ago, Sucker Punch, known from the Sly cooper franchise, very unexpectedly came up with a new IP. As a lightning strike Cole McGrath was dropped in the open world game InFamous and delivered us a couple of hours of gaming fun. That the gaming industry suffers from sequelitis is proven by the Autumn […]


L.A. Noire


Beforehand there was already a lot of fuzz surrounding the new Motion Scan technology, the innovative piece of software that would make the characters in L.A. Noire not only life-like but also as human as possible, so that the specific gameplay from this new Rockstar and Team Bondi production became possible. And we must admit, […]


LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game


That the most innovative toy in the world is also doing well digitally is proven by the large arsenal of LEGO games. Developer Traveller’s Tale can now add Pirates of the Caribbean to its portfolio, next to Batman, Indiana Jones, Star Wars and Harry Potter. Some gamers would call this milking, but Traveller’s Tale has […]


Yakuza 4


What you immediately notice about Yakuza 4 is how fun and real the setting feels. Based on the red light district of Tokyo, Kamurocho’s world isn’t only the perfect background for the stories you’ll experience but even more a place to spend hours and hours on addictive side-missions and deeply worked out entertainment on the […]


LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars


I believe just about everyone by now has checked out a LEGO game so you’ll know what’s on the menu. An appealing license, tons and tons of blocks to shatter or build up, gameplay for young and old, and of course a decent dose of humour, action and collecting anger. And things aren’t much different […]


The 3rd Birthday


A sequel to the Parasite Eve series? “Great”, I thought. I was a huge fan of the first two games on the Playstation. Too bad the announcement was only for Japanese mobile phones… In 2008 the developer wanted to do more and decided to do further development on the PSP. Whether this was a good […]




It’s a shame that Mindjack didn’t become a better game. We of course suspected as much already, as a Square Enix game that falls in your mailbox before there’s been much written about it is never a good sign. The concept seems more than interesting though, and reminds a bit to the decent PC game […]


Dead Space 2

There are probably only two reasons why you want to read this review. The first is simply the chance you’re one of the many people who stayed away from the predecessor, the underdog in 2008’s end of the year lineup, and chose for more well-known IPs to spend your money on. Now you of course […]


Tron: Evolution

The older generation amongst gamers will no doubt remember the movie TRON. In an age where computers and games were hardly a part of our daily life it gave a view on the future of PC’s and how we would experience things. Well, one thing is for sure; Disney sure screwed us over. Computers aren’t […]




The title sounds incredibly dirty and that’s logical as the game itself is a lineup of bloody combat scenes and guts flying all around. And that’s good as all the gore in this game is what makes it so much fun. Namco Banday has created a fine successor for modern consoles to the arcade game […]


Assassin's Creed Brotherhood


One of the first games I bought after I got my X360 was Assassin’s Creed II. For hours I was Ezio Auditore, a man who after the murder of his father and brothers pledged to take revenge for the injustice that was done to his family. Long story short: a great game that made me […]


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – part 1

In this game you play as Harry who, together with Ron and Hermione, leaves the famous Hogwarts to remove evil Lord Voldemort’s immortality and get rid of the dark lord once and for all. To achieve this the trio goes on a quest to find the Horcruxes, a quest that of course is made difficult […]


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