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Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Review
October 22, 2009: Off the charts, off the scale. Naughty Dog's latest PS3 action-adventure is one to treasure.
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising Review
October 22, 2009: Is Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising worth signing up for?
GTA: Chinatown Wars PSP Review
October 20, 2009: Having crashed out on DS, Rockstar gets back behind the wheel of Sony's handheld.
Need for Speed: SHIFT Review
October 19, 2009: After a lengthy stay in the pits, the multi-million selling Need for Speed franchise is once again gunning for a podium spot. But is it a match for the latest models?
Metroid Prime Trilogy Review
October 19, 2009: The Wii FPS landscape is desolate to say the least, but Nintendo has given us three reasons to go exploring.
Dead Space: Extraction Review
October 17, 2009: EA's sci-fi horror shooter infests the Wii. Is it worth a return visit to the USG Ishimura?
Halo 3: ODST Review
October 1, 2009: Master Chief has some big shoes to fill. That's why it takes a whole team of grizzly, tobacco-chewing, alien-ass kicking, quick-shooting tough guys to do the job. And you, obviously.
Mini Ninjas Review
September 29, 2009: The creators of Hitman try their hands at pint-sized Oriental cuddliness. VGD tosses a shuriken at the Xbox 360 version.
Motorstorm: Arctic Edge Review
September 21, 2009: Has Evolution Studios edged out the competition?
Batman: Arkham Asylum Review
September 17, 2009: The knight is darkest just before the dawn.
Gran Turismo PSP Review
September 15, 2009: Polyphony Digital's long-awaited purist roadster leaves the garage, but can Gran Turismo keep pace with modern motors?
Wolfenstein Review
September 8, 2009: World War II resumes as Raven Software drags the mighty Wolfenstein franchise from its crypt. We go for the headshot.


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