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Review: The Walking Dead: 400 Days

After Telltale Games released the episodic hit that was The Walking Dead, pretty much anyone who played the game was aching for more content. Telltale listened to the hungry fans and provided them with the content they requested, 400 Days. However, some might be displeased when they realise the bonus episode…

PC

Review: The Knife of Dunwall

Daud is one of the more memorable antagonists in recent memory. His confrontations with Corvo made for some excellent exchanges in Dishonored, but also presented a lot of questions about his character. In the Knife of Dunwall, we get to learn more about the Daud character; his motivations and aspirations,…

PC

Review: Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm

At this stage, releasing a follow-up to Starcraft is a little bit like releasing a follow-up to Football or Chess; it’s so ingrained in esports and gamer culture. Starcraft has been, and probably always will be, a driving force in the esports industry, technically being South Korea’s national sport. Heart…

Xbox 360

Review: Halo 4: Majestic Map Pack

Halo 4’s Majestic Map Pack is the second DLC in a series of three planned for Halo 4 (Crimson, Majestic and Castle), The Majestic Map Pack features three new playable maps: Skyline, Landfall and Monolith and contains a host of new achievements to add to the ever-expanding Halo gamer score, as…

PC

Review: Vergil’s Downfall

Ninja Theory came out guns blazing with DmC earlier this year. Dante has been remodelled and reinvigorated and the brand has never looked better for Capcom. Now to draw players back to the game they clocked in January, we’ve got the first major portion of DLC. Vergil’s Downfall has arrived…

Origin

Review: Mass Effect 3: Citadel

Citadel is the final piece of content for Bioware’s epic Mass Effect trilogy. There have been ups and downs with the series, high points and low, but there’s no doubt that this content has been long awaited by all who first took this journey with Commander Shepard back in 2007.