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  • Rayman: Origins review

    You'll be hard-pushed to find a more outright joyful game than this 2D reboot of the once-proud platforming series.

    £14 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • Defenders of Ardania review

    Tower defence, remixed.

    £9 inc VAT

    Score - 5 out of 10

  • Mass Effect 3 review

    A little less conversation and an awful lot more action for the purported climax to Bioware's space epic.

    £35 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Hello Worlds! review

    Hello Worlds! is an innovative platformer in which you must navigate four worlds at the same time.

    Free

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Analogue: A Hate Story review

    Dark pasts and hard decisions in this twisting visual novel set aboard a 25th century ghost ship.

    £9 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Ribbon Hero 2: Clippy's Second Chance review

    How could we forget Clippy, the most irritating paperclip on the face of the planet. Microsoft has done the unthinkable, bringing back to life the Office virtual…

    Free

  • Sushi Cat 2 review

    Sushi Cat 2 is a story of romance, intrigue, gravity, and, well, sushi. (It's a free browser-based game, too.)

    Free

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Syndicate review

    The subversive 90s cyberpunk classic is reinvented as - surprise, surprise - a first-person shooter.

    £29 inc VAT

    Score - 6 out of 10

  • Kingdoms of Amalur - Reckoning review

    Kingdoms of Amalur - Reckoning is an open-world role-playing game that is, well, huge.

    £35 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Achievement Unlocked 2 review

    In Achievement Unlocked 2, everything you do counts for something. That's what it's like to be a little blue elephant.

    Free

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Auditorium review

    Auditorium is a casual ambient Flash game you can play in your browser without installing anything (other than Flash itself).

    £6 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dear Esther review

    A lavish first-person game that swaps out violence for introspection and scenic walks.

    £6 inc VAT

    Score - 9 out of 10

  • WinUAE review

    WinUAEis a free software download that makes any computer simulate a Commodore Amiga.

    Free

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Jamestown review

    Jamestown is a retro PC game in which you get to blow up a lot of aliens.

    £7 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • The Darkness II review

    Noisy ultra-violence, mystic babbling and cockney demons in the least subtle game of 2012 so far.

    £29 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Elephant Quest review

    Elephant Quest is a free and addictive browser-based quest involving elephants, lasers, and a hat.

    Free

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Dungeon Master Java review

    Dungeon Master Java lets modern PC users enjoy a classic role-playing-game for free.

    Free

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • Oil Rush review

    This ingenious push'n'pull battle is Waterworld: the strategy game, but mercifully Costner-free.

    £11 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • Postal III review

    More ultra-violence and mockery from this wannabe controversy-maker - is Postal's sex'n'sadism any funnier third time around?

    £25 inc VAT

    Score - 3 out of 10

  • Star Wars: The Old Republic review

    A few years ago in a galaxy not very far away, World of Warcraft was hugely successful - here, at last, is the big-budget sci-fi riposte.

    £36 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10



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