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Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves – Sony – PSN/Move

Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves – Sony – PSN/Move I love all things LittleBigPlanet and this game is no different. Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves is the all-new PSN Playstation Move exclusive developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios (Not Media Molecule who were responsible for the original LBP” and the forthcoming sequel.) Prehistoric...
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Unbound Saga – Vogster Entertainment – XBLA

Unbound Saga – Vogster Entertainment – XBLA If there is one thing we like at Game4anything it’s insanity. Oh I am not talking about foaming dog fever but we like our games to be tinged with madness.  Two other things we like it are comics and hitting people in the face. Joy! Coming from Vogster Entertainment is Unbound Saga which happily...
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Alien Breed 3: Descent – Review – Team 17 – XBLA 360

Alien Breed 3: Descent – Review – Team 17 – XBLA 360 Throughout gaming history Team 17 have always brought arcade style games to a new level with intense action. This year has been no different and since October the Team 17 boys have been treating us to the remakes of  Amiga classic Alien Breed. After the first two instalments Alien Breed: Evolution (Impact...
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Comet Crash: Bionic Swarm – Pelfast – PSN

Comet Crash: Bionic Swarm – Pelfast – PSN I shall state from the outset that I’m not the biggest fan of Tower Defense-style gaming. I’ve dallied with it, and have a lot of love for Nintendo’s Advance Wars series. But generally I’ve kinda given the genre a wide berth. However, I was introduced to Pelfast’s take on TD Comet Crash and the...
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Gran Turismo 5 – Polyphony Digital/SCE – Playstation 3

Gran Turismo 5 – Polyphony Digital/SCE – Playstation 3 OK – I often go on about my dislike for this racing series, with its need to be too real, and stuff. I make no secret of my former dislike of all things Gran Turismo. Yes, that’s right: ‘former’.  Maybe old age is creeping in. Maybe it’s because I’m currently learning to drive in the real world....
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Review:The UnderGarden – Atari – XBLA

Review:The UnderGarden – Atari – XBLA Every now-and-then something slightly different comes along, you know those games that leave you with a completely different feeling entirely? The UnderGarden is one of those titles. Coming from developer Vitamin-G this platform, exploration puzzler is something quite different. Well we say different but the...
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Review: Aragorn’s Quest – Warner Bros – PSP

Review: Aragorn’s Quest – Warner Bros – PSP The Lord Of The Rings has been a curious thing in gaming. Firstly there has yet to be any really decent games based around the subject. Sure there has been a few decent attempts but as yet none have really captured the true feeling of the films or the original text. Enter Aragorn’s Quest, the latest...
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Review: WWE Smackdown Vs Raw 2011-THQ – PS3

Review: WWE Smackdown Vs Raw 2011-THQ – PS3 Ah muscle-bound bad actors in Speedo’s, it seems that we just love-em. THQ returns with another yearly entry into its WWE series, Smackdown Vs Raw 2011. Boasting many new features, updated roasters and the most authentic looking superstars ever seen in a WWE game could this finally be the wrestling game...
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Review: Costume Quest – Double Fine Studios/THQ -PSN

Review: Costume Quest – Double Fine Studios/THQ -PSN Don’t Let Fear Costume You We were meant to have reviewed this game in time for Halloween but in true G4A style it happened to coincide with the shut down whilst we built the new site. Tim Schafer the brains behind classics like Psychonauts and Grimm Fandango and his new studio Double Fine Studios...
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Review: Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley- Twisted Pixel – XBLA

Review: Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley- Twisted Pixel – XBLA Smile Everyone! Every now and then a hero emerges. A hero so strong, so awesome and so good-looking that he makes all heroes before him look crap. Captain Smiley isn’t one of those heroes. What he is however is one of the coolest characters seen in a game for a long time. With a head like an acid tab...
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