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Ratchet & Clank review
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Ratchet & Clank review

It’s rare to find a videogame so singularly intentioned as Ratchet & Clank. From its visuals to its audio, its platforming to its shooting, its levels to its cutscenes, this is a game focused on delivering one thing: enjoyment. Too often, fun and escapism are conflated with idiocy. “Dumb fun”...

Blizzard secures its MMO throne in games™ 174

As the forces of Azeroth and Draenor look set to clash on the silver screen we go hands-on with Blizzard’s epic new expansion to World Of Warcraft and find out why it’s one of the most important to date. Plus we speak to Cliff Bleszinski about his new game and...


Until Dawn review
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Until Dawn review

Let’s not mince our words – Until Dawn wouldn’t exist without Joss Whedon’s self-aware horror hit Cabin In The Woods. Both Until Dawn and the 2012 horror flick are serious critiques of what horror is; both deconstruct the ‘torture porn’ that modern media has come to associate with the horror/thriller...

Miyamoto on Mario in games™ 165

To mark the 30th anniversary of the release of Super Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Entertainment System, we speak exclusively to Shigeru Miyamoto, Mario’s creator, alongside his long-time collaborator Takashi Tezuka about their careers, why Mario is so popular and their latest creation Super Mario Maker. 30 Years Of Super...

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor review
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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor review

There are several preconceptions that have been hung around Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor’s neck. Accusations of laziness in how its central mechanics have seemingly been cherrypicked from the genre’s strongest offerings; the unfavourable association that licensed products have with generally poor software; and then there’s the fact that games based...