Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood review

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood has cause a lot of consternation and confusion in the months since it was first announced. Is it a sequel or not? Would a follow up just a year after Assassin’s Creed 2 mean it was rushed, buggy and uninspired? We’re still not sure about the former, and frankly, we don’t think Ubisoft is either. But we can allay all fears about the latter: this, friends, is game of the year. Read on to find out why in our Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood review.

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November 17th, 2010

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Create for PS3 Move review

Create for PS3 Move goes on sale on Friday, aiming to draw some of the attention back from Microsoft Kinect in the motion control wars. If you’ve caught the trailer already, it’s hard not to see it as a cross between Scribblenauts on the Nintendo DS and LittleBigPlanet, but can it match either for ingenuity and gaming enjoyment? Read our Create for PS3 Move review to find out.

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November 15th, 2010

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Dance Paradise for Kinect review

Writing this Dance Paradise for Kinect review was easy. Dancing along with it, was not. This is a Microsoft Kinect game that assumes from the very start that you’re a capable booty-shaker. Not got rhythm? The coordination of a startled horse? Then you’ll want to start elsewhere. Dance Paradise chucks you right in at the deep end, so brace yourself, pull up your legwarmers and dive in to our Dance Paradise for Kinect review.

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November 11th, 2010

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Call of Duty: Black Ops review

Ah, Call of Duty: Blacks Ops – or as some have dubbed it, “Here we go again”. In case you’ve been under a stone all week, the Call of Duty hype mobile is in top gear for a repeat performance as the year’s most publicity-hogging gaming release. This time it’s developer, Treyarch and Call of Duty: Black Ops in the interrogation chamber for Activision’s money printing series. Was the hype justified? Read our Call of Duty: Black Ops review to find out.

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November 4th, 2010

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Dance Central for Kinect review

Dance Central for Microsoft Kinect, from the folks that brought us Rock Band, is one music-based game you’ll be hearing lots more of that doesn’t force gamers to clasp plastic peripherals. Billed as the “first immersive dance video game”, Dance Central has players busting many a move in this disco dancing guilty console pleasure for Microsoft Kinect on Xbox 360. Is it worth making a fool of yourself for? Find out in our Dance Central for Kinect review.

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It’s Microsoft’s turn to showcase what Kinect Sports, its landmark launch title for Microsoft Kinect is made of, now that we’re tiring of Wii Sports on the Nintendo Wii and Sports Champions for PlayStation Move. Kinect Sports is packed with a selection of real-life sports to participate in using nothing but your (we’re sure) athletically honed body as the controller. Could it possibly trump both Nintendo and Sony’s sporty offerings? Read our Kinect Sports review to find out.

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Fighters Uncaged for Kinect review

Fighters Uncaged is Microsoft Kinect unleashed. You’re not namby pambying around touching baby animals or dancing like a wally. You’re fighting. Like real men. Grrr. Is it worth it? Find out in our Fighters Uncaged for Kinect review.

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Kinectimals for Kinect review

Kinectimals for Microsoft Kinect on Xbox 360 is one of the big first party launch titles for the new motion controller. Filled with cuddly, anthropomorphic baby wild cats, it’s clearly Microsoft’s attempt at pulling in all the proud Nintendogs owners out there. The difference? You don’t need a stylus to stroke these adorable animals. Is it worth your money? What about if you don’t have kids? Find out in our full Kinectimals for Kinect review.

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