Archive for the ‘Video Games’ Category

October 4th, 2010

Another step towards total football simulation but not a huge leap forward.



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Gold Coast Day Seven:

Penne Carbonara at Rish Restaurant and Bar. I’ve had better, I’ve had worse. Good serving, though.

Fun times at Timezone.

The Legendary 10oz Burger at Hard Rock Cafe. Great piece of meat. Layla playing just before we left was even better!

Our line of alcohol. Should’ve found a better way to do this. The one’s at the back look like they’re attributed to double vision!

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May 22nd, 2010

The world Rockstar have created is incredible. I’ve spent hours playing and have only completed around four story missions; there is so much you can do. From getting new clothing to taming horses to being a treasure hunter, this is why they are the best at sandbox games. I’m loving being immersed in the old west. 9.25/10.

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May 11th, 2010

I actually want one of these systems in my house. I love the fact that I only have to walk three minutes to Groove Train to play. Nothing better than playing 1942 with a Blue Heaven milkshake!

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May 2nd, 2010

Despite some implausible moments and a twist that doesn’t quite work, this is an inspired game that everyone should get. Just get through those first two hours and you won’t want to stop playing. 9/10

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April 29th, 2010

Almost every country is available in this edition of FIFA World Cup, with some inspired modes and terrific presentation. The gameplay suffers from a couple of problems but is otherwise quite sound. Still, it is quite expensive considering another FIFA will be out in September, with clubs, countries and a Manager Mode all included for $20 more. 8/10

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April 27th, 2010

Lost and the Damned isn’t too good but The Ballad of Gay Tony is exactly what GTA IV needed. 8/10

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