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Displaying items by tag: First Person Shooter

Brink Preview

Saturday, 07 May 2011 23:30 Published in Reviews

"What the hell is it?" That's been the question around team-based shooter Brink for a while now. It's multiplayer but it's single-player. It's like its predecessors Quake Wars and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory but it's totally new. It's a way into online shooting for newcomers but it's hardcore. It's... nope, no idea. Until now.

Dead Space 2 Review

Sunday, 02 January 2011 18:18 Published in Reviews
Visceral Games’ 2008 sci-fi horror hit Dead Space was one of my favorite games of that year, not to mention the scare-your-pants-off spookiest title I’ve played this console generation. Its effective mix of fast action, atmospheric frights, and light puzzling--all bathed in over-the-top gore--provided an experience that begged for a sequel. Thankfully, EA is providing exactly that in early 2011, when Dead Space 2 hits like a Plasma Cutter beam to the throat.

Killzone 3 Multiplayer Preview

Sunday, 14 November 2010 20:09 Published in Reviews

So if you’ve played Killzone 2, you’ll know that it graphics were probably the best seen in any console FPS so far, and in my view Killzone 3 has raised the bar even further. The graphics are as sharp and crisp as anything you’re likely to see, even though this is only a beta, there’s no let up in any sense, which is a real credit to the brilliant developers at Guerrilla Games. There are 3 maps to get to grips with within the beta but the Frozen Dam map is one level where we really think both graphics really shine; with whirling snow coming down adding to the overall semi-wrecked look of the map.

Call of Duty Black Ops Review

Tuesday, 26 October 2010 15:51 Published in Featured

The three-dimensional craze isn't going to stop any time soon as Activision announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops will be 3D compatible on every system (Xbox 360, PS3 and PC with the proper NVIDIA chipset) when it launches on November 9.

I got the chance to swing by the W Hotel in San Francisco last week to check out Black Ops in 3D. While I'm not a huge fan of having to wear glasses to get the 3D effect, there's no denying that Call of Duty uses the technology as well as any other game I've seen.


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