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Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link DLC

Deus Ex: Human Revolution explores the potentially limitless possibilities of human augmentation. It also brought moral decisions that would ultimately shape the world Adam Jensen would help create, whether for good or bad.... Read more

Batman: Arkham City

In 2009 Rocksteady Studios rescued the superhero genre from the depths of mediocrity and disappointment with Batman: Arkham Asylum.... Read more

Need For Speed: The Run

False starts: the nitrous, coast-to-coast racer, Need for Speed: The Run has had a few.... Read more


There is a point in Rage when it stops being a solid FPS and becomes a great one.... Read more

The Baconing

An egotistical lead character, lots of zany randomness, uber-colourful environments and whack-a-mole gameplay — the DeathSpank series definitely sits in the “love/hate” category, and The Baconing is certainly not going to be to everyone’s taste.... Read more

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex Machina literally means ‘god out of machine,’ referring to ancient Greek dramas in which a god would be introduced into a play in order resolve some improbable plot.... Read more

L.A. Noire

L.A. Noire is a crime procedural drama from Australian studio Team Bondi, which is looking to recreate the mood and melodrama of classic Noir films of yesteryear – think Chinatown and L.A. Confidential.... Read more

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2

outside the timeline of the books.... Read more


Every so often, a PSN game will come along that rivals most full-retail titles in terms of its scope, innovation and presentation. Braid and Flower are just two examples, and now you can add Limbo to that list, which is a definite contender for our favourite PSN game of the year. ... Read more


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