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Review: Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D (Nintendo 3DS)

Finally, Nintendo 3DS has a true Donkey Kong game in Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D, a remake of the 2010 Wii title. It’s not very often that a home console game is given a handheld makeover, however Nintendo seem to be keen on exploiting the extra power and resolution the …

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Review: Velocity Ultra (PlayStation Vita)

Velocity makes its return a year after its original release on the PlayStation Minis format in the form of a remake for the PlayStation Vita called Velocity Ultra. Players step into the Quarp Jet once again in a classic sh’mup from FuturLab. Do the added Vita features make it worth …

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Review: Men’s Room Mayhem (PlayStation Vita)

As a man I’m often concerned about the strict, yet unwritten, rules of the men’s room and the the total disregard others appear to have for them. Luckily, the game Men’s Room Mayhem exists. Born from the very act of going to the bathroom in an English tavern, Men’s Room …

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Review: Grid 2 (XBOX 360)

Grid 2 places its foot firmly to the floor, breaking away from other more well known games in the racing genre. Following a long, five year wait for this sequel to the BAFTA award-winning Race Driver: Grid, has Codemasters been successful in creating a new type of racing experience that …

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Review: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity (Nintendo 3DS)

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity is actually the 27th title in the long running Mystery Dungeon series which began its life in 1993. A series that has run for so long and has encompassed some of video games’ greatest franchises such as Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and most recently …

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Review: Resident Evil Revelations (XBOX 360)

Resident Evil Revelations is back with a high resolution makeover from its Nintendo 3DS exclusivity. The very nature of the game raises a few pressing questions. Originally designed with portable gameplay in mind, can the title shine on a home console where the order of the day usually involves a …

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Review: Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (XBOX 360)

Pull out your six-shooters, Ubisoft’s Call of Juarez: Gunslinger makes a welcome return to the Old West after 2011’s modern-day and lacklustre The Cartel. The forth game in Ubisoft’s Call of Juarez series, Gunslinger forgoes the retail path of its predecessors, and instead wanders along the download-only path. With a …

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Review: Metro: Last Light (XBOX 360)

Metro: Last Light has a lot to live up to. Leading up to release, the developers at 4A Games were very careful to let us all know how technically superior the game is compared to pretty much anything. They even went so far as to say the Wii U was …

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Review: Super Ghouls'n Ghosts (Wii U)

Considered one of the hardest games ever made, Super Ghouls’n Ghosts makes a comeback for a new generation on the Wii U Virtual Console. Players slip into the armour of the knight Arthur, who must journey through a horde of monsters, zombies, ghouls and demons in order to save a …

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Review: LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (Wii U)

Eleven months after its original release, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes arrives on Wii U with some brand new features. But does this re-release warrant buy, and does this new version do the game justice? Aussie-Gamer investigates! The Review To many, the release of LEGO Batman 2: DC Super …

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