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|Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes Review (Xbox).|
This is no simple "hack the hell out of the elves" style game... this is a game of strategy and carefully orchestrated troop movements all synchronised to a compelling storyline.
|Hearts of Iron 2 Review (PC).|
What would have happened if the Japanese did not attack Pearl Harbour, choosing instead to concentrate on their expansion on the East Asian mainland? Paradox Interactive gives you the chance to answer this question and many more in Hearts of Iron 2...
|Hammer and Sickle Review (PC).|
It's Spring 1949. You are a Soviet spy working in a British-American controlled sector in Germany in the run-up to the Cold War. You're caught up in conspiracy that could start World War III...
|Fahrenheit Review (PS2)|
Needing a break from the usual, I got a copy of PS2 Fahrenheit in the hope of something new and interesting. Initially I was very surprised...
|TimeSplitters: Future Perfect Review (PS2)|
With two TimeSplitters games in the past, I was looking forward to seeing whether Future Perfect could continue the excellent track record set by its predecessors...
|X-Men Legends Review (N-Gage)|
X-Men Legends for the Nokia N-Gage is an exemplary effort which merits the attention of all who play games with buttons named 5 and 7...
|Cossacks II: Napoleonic Wars Preview (PC)|
As an enormous fan of real-time strategy games, I was very excited to be given the opportunity to preview Cossacks II: Napoleonic Wars. I was not disappointed...
|Sonic Heroes Review (GC)|
The Gamecube has been bombarded with 2 weak Dreamcast ports. And from them, it was clear that no effort was being exerted into making the games even slightly next-gen standard. Now we get a taste of the future, but is the taste too sour for it's own good.
|Super Mario 64 DS Review (DS)|
Everyone is going retro crazy. Re-releases of 20-year-old games are popping up all over the place. But why bother looking a block and ball bounce aimlessly across a screen when what is considered to be the most revolutionary game is coming to handheld...
|FIFA Football 2005 Review (N-Gage)|
Since launching in 2003, the N-Gage has unfortunately seen relatively few sporting titles grace it's LCD screen. Of those titles, EA's FIFA 2004 was arguably the best - and now they've returned with an all-round improved version in FIFA Football 2005.
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