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Katamari Forever

The poor guy works so incredibly hard, has restored the galaxy numerous times, and does he get any a thank you? A pat on the back? No. Just "it's not good enough" from the narcissistic King. It's just not fair. You hear me, Dad?! I DON'T NEED YOUR AP...

Demon's Souls

My first experience with Demon's Souls dates back to the hustling, bustling, absolutely insane experience that was the 2009 E3 Expo. Notepad in hand, I was lead through Atlus's booth by smiling faces, going hands-on with the latest and greatest from ...

FIFA Soccer 10

There's a senseless yet subconscious question we ask ourselves when we experience a video game that's incredibly realistic and enjoyable; we can't help but think, "How can this get any better?" I first asked myself this after experiencing the perfect...

Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising

There's a stigma in the gaming industry that a realistic simulation game has to be boring. Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising is here to challenge that notion. What it lacks in high intensity run and gun Call of Duty style gameplay, it makes up for ...

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

The original sandbox experience strikes back with yet another installation in the stellar Grand Theft Auto franchise. Featuring plenty of PSP exclusive content for newcomers and jaded criminals alike, Rockstar is asking gamers everywhere to leave the...

Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga

"The most fun I had with Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga was watching a defeated enemy's corpse glitch through a suspended platform into the air below. The game crashed on a loading screen soon afterwards." Ouch. When the only entertainment you can deri...

Borderlands

Let's face it: the apocalypse has been done to death. Nowadays, everyone and their neighbor has some futuristic tale to tell, but this innovative title from 2K Games somehow manages to breathe some new life into a somewhat tired genre.

Amazon Kindle

The wait is over! Australians can now finally get their hands on the much-hyped Kindle, Amazon's eBook reader. Until now it was only available in the US but it is now shipping internationally. The Amazon Kindle eBook reader boasts an excellent electr...

Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games

In February of 2010, athletes from across the globe will head on over to Vancouver, Canada, to participate in the Winter Olympics. For a couple of weeks, sports we wouldn’t otherwise care about will be plastered over our televisions, and everyone wil...

Beaterator

At some point in our lives, the majority of us have flirted with the fantasy of being a rock star or musician, and when our TVs show us the low calibre of contemporary musicians, it only serves to embolden our misplaced delusions (I mean, if this guy...

Half-Minute Hero

When I began reviewing Half-Minute Hero, I tried to describe it to some of the other GamePro editors and failed miserably. The description usually went something like this: "It's an RPG, but it's not long. Well, it is long, but you only have thirty s...

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky

When it comes to video games, spin-offs are almost never as good as the original material. Pokemon, on the other hand, has actually been pretty damn lucky with the polish and high-quality gameplay of titles like Pokemon Snap, Pokemon Puzzle League an...

Brutal Legend

While Tim Schafer's games have earned him a ton of cred with critics and diehard fans, it hasn't always translated into mainstream commerical success (seriously, why didn't you guys buy Psychonauts? It was freaking awesome and should have sold a baji...

Forza Motorsport 3

Forza 3 inspired some mixed feelings in our reviewer Mitchell who thought that the game's slick modes and pretty graphics had a lot to offer but it somehow failed to keep him glued to the driver's seat. Read on to find out why, despite the game's obv...

Saw

Grinding the Left Analog Stick like a madwoman and spamming the A Button, I narrowly escaped the clutches of the infamous reverse bear trap that was on the verge of turning my head into a medley of gore.

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