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X-Plane V6.26 Review

X-Plane by Laminar Research will probably be the first piece of software that I’ve given two grades for. I’m not sure who the “game” is marketed for. X-Plane is probably the most realistic flight sim…

By: Paul Younger

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Medieval Total War – Viking Invasion Review

One of my favourite games of last year was Creative a*embly and Activision’s Medieval Total War, the second game in the Total War series. With the game doing rather well at retail, Creative a*embly have…

By: Paul Younger

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Rise of Nations Review

Every once and a while a game comes out that brings a tear to a gamer’s eyes. It may not be totally revolutionary but it perfects the modern concepts of the genre. For strategy fans…

By: Paul Younger

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Postal 2 Review

Postal 2 goes out of its way to offend and amuse. The horror/humour will be in the brain of the player, but this is definitely an adults-only game. Strange, given that all the jokes are…

By: Paul Younger

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BANDITS Review

Released in Europe a few months ago, BANDITS: Phoenix Rising has finally made its way onto US shelves treating gamers to some post apocalyptic combat racing action. In BANDITS you play the role Fennec and…

By: Paul Younger

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Neighbours from h** Review

Coming up with original and new ideas is not an easy task, we’ve had FPS this and RTS that so when something a little different lands on our desks we’re always keen to check it…

By: Paul Younger

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World War II Frontline Command Review

The Bitmap Brothers’ have been around for as long as I can remember, being best known for their smash hit Speedball. Futuristic ball games are not the only thing to appear from the Bitmap camp…

By: Paul Younger

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CSI Crime Scene Investigation Review

Being one of the most successful shows for CBS in primetime, it was only a matter of time before it became a game and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation gives players a chance to experience the…

By: Paul Younger

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2006 FIFA World Cup Review

Oooh I’m so excited, the World Cup kicks off in tomorrow! Football widows will be tearing their hair out for 5 weeks while footy fans everywhere stay glued to their sets or get themselves stewed…

By: Paul Younger

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Americas Army Operations Review

The U.S. Army has brought its recruitment strategy up to the standards of the 21st century with its computer game, America’s Army. My biggest fear when I cut open the disk sleeve, was wondering if…

By: Paul Younger

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ORB Review

The latest strategy title to hit retail shelves comes from Strategy First who are not only publishing the game but have also had their development studio working on this for a few years. The game…

By: Paul Younger

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Celtic Kings Review

Age old conflicts between the Gauls, Celts, Teutons and Romans. It’s an old story, but one worth telling in Celtic Kings from Strategy First. Only the most heroic survive, counseled by the most mysterious and…

By: Paul Younger

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Cossacks: Back to War Review

This is a big game. Let me qualify that. Cossacks is huge – “so much to do and so little time” will be a recurring thought while playing, and for two good reasons. Within the…

By: Paul Younger

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Ghost Recon Island Thunder Review

Island Thunder is thel atest add-on mission pack for Ghost Recon, the tactical first-person shooter from Red Storm. The game is set in the Cuba of the near future, where the first free elections since…

By: Paul Younger

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The Thing Review

When John Carpenter’s remake of The Thing hit the movie theaters back in the early 80’s, most critics wrote it off as just another gore-fest and this perception was understandable since the special effects tended…

By: Paul Younger

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