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Samsung Galaxy S6 review: The best Android phone of 2015. The S6 is Samsung's best-looking Galaxy yet, losing some features but adding so much more
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Sackboy's triumphant return packs the same engrossing brand of innovation and ingenuity that made LittleBigPlanet the best PlayStation 3 game of 2008.
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Defense Grid: The Awakening is a prime example of taking an unoriginal, well-known style of video game and turning it into a masterpiece with touched-up graphics and…
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Here's an updated review of the fighting game Mortal Kombat 2011 (or MK9), following a few weeks' sustained play.
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This action-RPG might just be one of 2011's finest games
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Our lengthy testing reveals that StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is a terrific game, but it's ideal only for a very specific type of gamer.
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One of the few good things to come from the prequel trilogy, Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is not only a rollicking good time, but also the best Lego game to date.
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I'm just back from leaping, rolling, tumbling, building, battling, and bullwhipping my way through the first level of Traveller's Tales' just-released LEGO Indiana…
A stellar superhero game that raises the bar for its peers, Rocksteady's Arkham City is indeed the game that Gotham City deserves, and a must-own for Bat-fans.
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Treasure hunter Nathan Drake's outstanding new adventure isn't just the best game in the Uncharted series -- it's a must-own, and a definite contender for Game of the…
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The final chapters of the Lego Harry Potter series come to a close amid glorious graphics, speechless humour, bewildering puzzles, and a world so vast it begs to be…
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No words, no violence, no exposition, no on-screen interface - Journey sheds so many of videogames' traditions and yet still feels like a pure celebration of the form.
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Hide and seek at the end of the world
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Ever fancied your chances at a little vampire hunting? Now’s your chance, with Ascaron’s Dracula: Origin game
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As a family-friendly action game, LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy excels.
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Perhaps the best Sudoku app for beginners (and lazy puzzle-solvers), Hudson Entertainment’s Sudoku Vol. 1 offers a tutorial mode that explains Sudoku and walks you…
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This quirky PSP-to-XBLA port boasts some slick new visuals and the same frantic, funny gameplay as its turn in 2009.
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Puzzle Dimension may not contain the story or characters we've come to expect from recent puzzlers like Portal or Ilomilo, but it still delivers countess hours of…
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Monkey Island 2 Special Edition is a textbook example of how publishers can pull old games titles from their catalogues and make them relevant again.
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World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is the latest instalment of the world-beating WoW MMORPG gaming franchise, and it sees some significant changes.
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Lost In Shadow is a slick, stylised action-adventure that boasts a unique visual style, but never quite masters the Wii's motion control system.
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