Tag Archives: Xbox 360

Martin Hollis – 15 years of Perfect Dark

We speak to the creator of one of the most advanced Nintendo 64 games about its inception, creation and reception, some 15 years after its original release Perfect Dark was supposed to be GoldenEye’s successor, but we’ve heard you turned down the pitch for Tomorrow Never Dies instantly? Well, yes,...

Game Of Thrones, Episode 1: Iron From Ice review
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Game Of Thrones, Episode 1: Iron From Ice review

We’ll say straight away – if you’re part way through the Game Of Thrones series (novels or TV) there will be spoilers in this review. You have been warned. Now that’s taken care of, the next pressing matter is how to address ‘the Telltale problem’. The developer is already synonymous...

Tales From The Borderlands Episode 1: Zer0 Sum review
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Tales From The Borderlands Episode 1: Zer0 Sum review

Borderlands has always had a very precise sense of humour – somewhere between self-aware self-deprecation, cultural criticism, and a flurry of dirty jokes. Thing is, the delivery of this humour can fall a little flat in the main games because you’re so busy looting everything and shooting people in the...

Assassin’s Creed Rogue review
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Assassin’s Creed Rogue review

It’s a shame Ubisoft didn’t put its full weight behind this idea, because it could have been something great. There are hints of the potential of Assassin’s Creed: Rogue all the way through the game. Small moments of clarity where playing as a Templar reveals something interesting about the age-old...

Skylanders: Trap Team review
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Skylanders: Trap Team review

In four short years, Activision and Toys For Bob have created an unstoppable juggernaut of a franchise that shows no sign of slowing. Like the Lego games and the best Pixar films, Toys For Bob realises that creating something for the younger generation doesn’t necessarily mean you have to dumb...



Grid Autosport review
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Grid Autosport review

Seven minutes into an eight-minute endurance race, with no rewinds left and a slim lead over the rest of the pack, the stress becomes too much. We make a mistake. Traction is lost. The racing line a distant memory. We’re overtaken, quickly dropping to seventh and, when it’s all said...