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Etrian Odyssey to be launched across Europe in June

Etrian Odyssey to be launched across Europe in June

By 30 April 2008

It's taken long enough to make its way over here from Japan, but the wait is nearly up. If you're one for fantasy games, Etrian Odyssey sounds like it could be one for your to-buy list this summer. The new RPG game combines quest and combat with classic... >>

Final Fantasy IV all set for Nintendo DS

Final Fantasy IV all set for Nintendo DS

By 28 April 2008

Final Fantasy fans will be pleased to know that the game is set to make an impressive return this summer, exclusively to Nintendo DS. The new version features improved 3D graphics, fully-voiced dramatic cutscenes, an inspiring remixed score and additional... >>

New Lost Odyssey content on Xbox Live

New Lost Odyssey content on Xbox Live

By 28 April 2008

Microsoft have put new Lost Odyssey downloadable content onto Xbox Live. It's not quite the secret underground research facility content that Japanese gamers were treated to earlier this month, but for 200 points (about £1.70) you’ll get a triple bonus... >>

Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements – Xbox 360 review
3.5 out of 5

Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements – Xbox 360 review

By 6 February 2008

Dark Messiah of Might and Magic, the PC original, was a brutally exciting, if a little repetitive, action title. Its major flaws were a combination of poor design choices (shallow character progression) and lack of play testing (some shocking bugs and... >>

Hellgate: London – PC review
3.5 out of 5

Hellgate: London – PC review

By 8 November 2007

If you offered me the choice between that gorgeous Scottish city of Edinburgh, and the cockney filled, smog polluted hell-hole of London, you’d not be too shocked to spy me strapping on my kilt, affixing my sporran, and downing more alcohol in an evening... >>

Folklore – PS3 review
3.5 out of 5

Folklore – PS3 review

By 23 October 2007

Every PS3 owner out there realises that they’re still a little starved of real quality titles. Yes you have your Ghost Recon 2s, the glorious Colin McRae DiRTs, and the incredibly addictive Skate, but they are all titles that those dirty little Xbox... >>

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions – PSP review
4.5 out of 5

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions – PSP review

By 19 October 2007

Spin-offs might be standard fare in the TV industry, but in the gaming realm they’re a little less common. Not that that is particularly a sorry state of affairs – who really wants the gaming equivalent of "Joey" after all? The Final Fantasy Tactics... >>

Two Worlds – Xbox 360 review
2 out of 5

Two Worlds – Xbox 360 review

By 20 September 2007

I hate to use the term "rip-off" too cheaply, but have a glance at the screenshots for Two Worlds, and you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d slipped 2 years back in time and you were peeking at the initial screens of the incredible Elder Scrolls IV:... >>

Pokemon Pearl - Nintendo DS review
4.5 out of 5

Pokemon Pearl - Nintendo DS review

By 20 July 2007

As the saying goes, you wait for a bus and then three turn up at once, and the same can be said for Pokemon on the DS. Having gone through a drought you've now got three titles to play; Ranger, Pearl and Diamond. So is Pearl worth your cash? We get playing... >>

Untold Legends Dark Kingdom - PS3 review
2.5 out of 5

Untold Legends Dark Kingdom - PS3 review

By 8 June 2007

Not every game on the PS3 is racing or another first person shooter, Untold Legends Dark Kingdom is a swashbuckling Elves, warriors and mages battle of good and evil by fantasy author Keith Baker, writer of several best-selling Dungeons and Dragons novels.... >>