Playstation 3

Playstation 3


  • Blacklight: Tango Down

    Blacklight: Tango Down review: This budget title offers a decidedly average deathmatch experience

  • Time Crisis Razing Storm

    Time Crisis Razing Storm on PlayStation 3 gets boring quickly in single player mode -- best served with an opponent

  • Sony PlayStation Move

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  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

    As a modern brawler in retro garb, Scott Pilgrim does suffer from a few of the beat-em-up genre's more notorious pratfalls

  • Demon's Souls

    From Software's latest RPG masterpiece impresses on almost every level

  • Trinity Universe

    Trinity Universe crams characters from the Disgaea and Atelier game franchises together in a fresh tale revolving around the Netherverse

  • Transformers: War for Cybertron

    The story of Transformers: War for Cybertron functions as a prequel to the animated series, with both the Decepticons and the Autobots getting their turn in the spotlight

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    Does ModNation Racers have what it takes to challenge the seemingly omnipotent Mario Kart?

  • Skate 3

    The 'rules' of skateboarding will never change, so developers have to find new ways to keep their audience engaged, especially if they plan on releasing titles on an annual basis

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    Nier is an average game at best, which is why it's so strange that I fell in love with it.

  • Super Street Fighter IV

    Super Street Fighter IV is just more of a good thing and fans of the original have plenty of reasons to invest in it

  • Yakuza 3

    The Yakuza series tells the story of Kazuma Kiryu, a notorious mobster

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    White Knight Chronicles' single-player yarn kicks off at a winery in the bustling capital city of Balindor, where white bread do-gooder Leonard has been tasked with delivering an assortment of spirits

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    Grading a game like Vancouver 2010 is tough because its appeal is fairly limited

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