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Monday, 25 March 2013 20:15

FIFA Soccer 13 Review

Let's get this out of the way first: FIFA Soccer 13 on the Wii U is not a straight port of the game found on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. There's no improved first-touch system, FIFA Street-inspired dribbling, or any of the tweaks made to the physics engine. And most disappointingly, there's no sign of the wonderfully addictive FIFA Ultimate Team.
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Friday, 22 March 2013 20:37

The Sims 3: Generations Review

The Sims 3: Generations offers fun new features and objects to play with, but on the whole, it doesn't make much of an impression. The Sims games have traditionally received two types of add-ons: "stuff" packs that give fans new items like decor and apparel, and full expansions that add brand new gameplay elements. The Sims 3: Generations is an awkward middle child.
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Wednesday, 13 March 2013 17:56

Black & White 2 Review

Black & White 2 tinkers with the original's formula by adding more structure and story, though at the expense of its open-ended nature.The original Black & White was a strategy game that divided those who played it into two camps: those who loved its completely open-ended nature and those who felt that it was a bit too open-ended and meandering for its own good.
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Sunday, 10 March 2013 13:08

A Valley Without Wind 2 Review

A Valley Without Wind 2 blends old with old to make something new and interesting. After committing a variety of unspeakable acts against your fellow man, you have finally gained the trust of the evil sorcerer Demonaica. Your reward for walking the path of darkness is a crystal that grants you immortality. Tarnished though your soul has become, you hope to use your new strength to destroy the very individual.
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Sunday, 10 March 2013 12:35

Impire Review

The troubled real-time strategy dungeon sim Impire fails to recapture the charms of its inspirations. Being an evil dungeon lord has its perks. Simpering minions eager to do your bidding are in abundant supply, piles of treasure make great home decor, and you never have to wait too long before a new gaggle of doe-eyed do-gooders come charging into your realm to be gutted and looted. Impire's strategic dungeon-sim revival channels Dungeon Keeper.
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Sunday, 10 March 2013 12:16

Sim City 4

Though not as polished as it could have been, SimCity 4 is still a complex and detailed strategy game that can entertain you for hours on end. Long before game designer Will Wright created the best-selling computer game of all time, The Sims, he created SimCity, an innovative game with a clear, compelling premise: You're the mayor, and your goal is to plan a city from the ground up and turning what starts as a sleepy little town into a bustling metropolis.
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This write-up gives you a look at one amazing board game that has challenged and entertained the generations of then and now. This contemporary and age-old game goes by one well known name: chess. In this article, you will read about the fundamentals of one board game. Its roots are ancient, but it has continued to delight players of the modern era. You call it “chess” – a modern game with ancient beginnings.
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Bubble shooter games are free and fun to play. And while they offer numerous benefits, are they work checking out? This article briefly discusses some of the advantages and disadvantages of these Flash games. Bubble shooter is one of the most popular genres in digital games at present. In fact, this type of game has survived for many years, and has evolved over time with a wide variety of versions found in different consoles, smartphones, and even web browsers.

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