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  1. Call Of Duty: Black Ops - An Alternative Review

    Call of Duty: Black Ops.

    You're probably thinking this review is late to the party. Another two cents dropped on top of a huge pile of change. However, now the dust has settled from the game's stellar launch and the raging or ridiculous argument over Treyarch or Infinity Ward has been put to bed, its time for a more objective assessment of Black Ops.
    Microsoft , Sony , Editorial
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  3. Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.2 Review (PC)

    It's not very often that I'm tasked with writing about a game, and find myself writing a review, or anything related to that game without having actually finished the game. But this is one of those unfortunate times. The reason for me not being able to complete Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2? It's not because the game itself is so terrible that I have no desire to play it whatsoever, nor is it the fact that the game is riddled with bugs, or glitches, or anything of the like. Sadly what's killing Tom Clancy's ...
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  5. Not Quite So Retro (NQSR) Review - Fallout 3

    Images copyrighted by Bethesda; taken from the official Fallout 3 site

    With the recent release of Fallout: New Vegas, I decided that I'd go back in time a few years and revisit Fallout 3 for review. A little bit of a history lesson - Bethesda released Fallout 3 in 2008, a sequel to the critically acclaimed Fallout 2, which was released by Black Isle Studios in 1999. Fans had gotten other games ...
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    Microsoft , Sony , PC
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