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Latest PS3 Reviews

Boxshot

7.0

Average: 7.0
Comments: None
AvatarVanquish in vengeance
Written by Lukas on Sep 5, 2014
“I get the feeling Bayonetta and Devil May Cry are the only games that got this formula absolutely right. You know the one – you go through an overly linear level and then have to stop every now and again to fight off a wave or two of enemies, then you keep doing this until you get to the boss and defeat them. There's sometimes a fork in the road and the other direction has either a hidden enemy encounter and/or a super secret item. It's a very simple formula that would otherwise really show off a game's combat engine, especially if there are heaps of different enemies or scenarios that keep things intense. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, unfortunately, goes from a riot of over the top swordfighting with Mega Zords to something a bit more tepid usually halfway into a level until you got to a boss. In fact, the best levels aren't the longer ones contrary to what other people would have you believe; they're actually the two shorter levels whose only real flaws is that one doesn't have a boss fight (that has...”
Boxshot

5.8

Average: 7.8
Comments: None
Avatarsnails move faster than this game
Written by Watain on Sep 3, 2014
“Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow – or as Russell Allen would say, LORDS OF MEDIOCRITY – is the kind of game that could've been like a zillion times better. It presents the framework for a great hack and slash game, but executes everything so timidly, it's scared of its own shadow. Everybody had a sook about it stealing from God Of War, but then God Of War was pretty much a Castlevania game anyway. The thing is, though, Lords Of Shadow did a pretty lame job of nicking shit from God Of War. It should've taken its style with its substance so that its first five chapters wouldn't be so insufferably boring - though in its defense, Lords Of Shadow does at least try to add more substance like a countering system and heaps more combo attacks. But you wouldn't know that without playing a few hours of this game first since it takes quite a while before you're allowed to even look at anything fancy, nevermind do them cool manoeuvres. No lie – for like the first five hours, this game will be so boring, you could...”
Murdered: Soul Suspect

5.5

Average: 6.8
Comments: None
“Released in 2014 by Airtight Games, Murdered: Soul Suspect is a game that holds plenty of potential for a rip roaring great time. The problem with the game, however, is that it goes between being riveting like a good book, and being boring like an issue of Game Informer. It's actually rather frustrating to play through this game because it's clear that Airtight Games had some really good ideas – they wanted a piece of the overly story driven pie and they did what they could to get that slice. They did what they had to in order to get it to work out. The problem is that it only really works out when you're not actually playing the game or dealing with the side characters. When it does work out, however, it is actually quite amazing. Basically, if the situation doesn't involve Ronan, Joy or the overarching narrative, Murdered: Soul Suspect turns into a 50 dollar sleeping pill. Most of the problem with this game is in how Airtight Games went about it. Last I checked, people play games because of the...”
Murdered: Soul Suspect

8.0

Average: 6.8
Comments: None
“Murdered: Soul Suspect is basically CSI with loads of supernatural stuff. It's sort of like the Dean Brothers from Supernatural teaming up with the NCIS team to solve a case involving a bizarre series of murders. The difference is that one of the Dean Brothers is dead and only the other brother and that brunette chick from NCIS can see his spirit. Now, in a perfect world, there would be more of the Bones type of stuff than all of the Charmed shit, but what we got was cool in its own way. It's the kind of game that you play through and fall in love with despite its flaws and promise yourself to play it at least once every year, but not a moment sooner. It's a game that, despite being about solving a murder mystery, doesn't jack itself off to its plot twist. No, it has a stiffy for its excellent assortment of HBO-esque storytelling (particularly the beginning and end scenes – hot damn), decent supporting cast and a neat setting. The gameplay is as obligatory is all get out besides the stealth segments, but...”
Boxshot

8.2

Average: 8.7
Comments: None
Avatarends with a bang
Written by Watain on Jul 24, 2014
“When I heard that Naughty Dog were going to make a zombie game, I figured that they would make a zombie game with tons of cool shit and it'd be a ride through a fun zombie killing game. I mean this is Naughty Dog, people – they don't *bleep* around. When they commit to something, they get it right or die trying. Their motto is “go hard or go home – no exceptions.” Every game developer – indie, AAA and even middle market alike – should apply this philosophy to their games so there won't be so much mediocrity on shelves. Maybe then, software sales will increase, rather than dropping like they've been for quite some time now. But yeah, Naughty Dog doing a zombie game... what does that mean, exactly? Well, think Uncharted with some survival horror elements, a few cups of stealth and there you go – The Last Of Us. If you've forgotten what a survival horror element looked like since you didn't play ZombiU and it's been a few years since the last survival horror game that anybody played was released, simply...”
Boxshot

9.0

Average: 9.0
Comments: 2
AvatarGrand Theft Auto V Review
Written by Minds on Jul 21, 2014
“Ah, Grand Theft Auto, a game that contains everything for everyone but remains stupendously offensive at the same time. I got this game on launch day, got up very early in the morning to pick up my copy and get a couple of hours in before going to work and I was pleasantly surprised with how the game delivered itself to me. The graphics are amazing, very similar to how Rockstar's other games Red Dead Redemption and L.A. Noire look and even play in some aspects. The opening mission is a very strongly put together tutorial playing as Michael and Trevor in the past performing a heist, switching between the two to get each other out of situations. A great way to show off a new feature in the heist that goes wrong with their other partner Brad getting shot and killed and Michael getting shot. Michael is taken into witness protection and is funeral is staged. Cut to the present day with Michael trying to keep his family from doing stupid stuff and keep himself from going insane. The other playable...”
PayDay 2

8.5

Average: 8.5
Comments: None
“Payday is a pretty solid game, it's not "OMG need to play" material and it's not something I'd recommend leaving to one side and ignoring. It's a 4 player co-operative game about scoring money and other such goods, there are four characters; Dallas, Wolf, Chains and Hoxton that are playable, each have their own personality but really it doesn't matter which one you choice to be. The game has a strong emphasis on co-operative gameplay and really this is the best way to play! Get three friends and start the heists and work together to get as much loot as possible. A very simple structure and one that doesn't hold up so well in single player which like most games that are designed to be co-op (Left 4 Dead, Dead Island, Borderlands etc...) can be boring to play alone, the AI are decent enough and don't find ways to run into every bullet coming their way but when you are down and waiting for a revive more than half the time they are useless and get killed trying to pick you up. I personally prefer to play...”
Boxshot

9.1

Average: 9.1
Comments: None
“Note: This review is for the Kingdom Hearts game only. The 1.5 ReMIX also includes Chain of Memories and a collection of cut scenes from 358/2 days Do you remember, all those years ago, hearing about our favorite RPG developer (who had produced countless classics), forming an unlikely partnership with our childhood heroes, Disney? I do. I also remember any ounce of skepticism I had being washed away within the first hour of gameplay. Kingdom Hearts was an amazing game that provided audiences all around the world with countless hours of Action RPG perfection (or close to it, anyway)! That is why I was so excited to hear about a HD remake. After all, it had been over ten years since I adventured through the many Disney worlds with our hero Sora, so naturally I had forgotten quite a lot. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX brought back many memories and gave me just as much enjoyment as it did a decade ago. If you’ve never touched this game before, this is your chance! All is quiet on the Destiny Islands....”
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