Saturday, 22 December 2012

Ratchet & Clank Q-Force: Review - The Gamers Hub

There’re certain things we all know to expect from Ratchet & Clank by now: fantastical weaponry, zany antagonists, vivid explosions, witty dialogue, and most of all, fiendish and fulfilling platforming. Notwithstanding one or two critical turkeys along the way – most notably those farmed off to sister-studio, High Impact Games – Insomniac’s stable of offerings over the last decade has been consistently thrilling and engaging. 

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Alien Breed: Review - The Gamers Hub

Believe it or not, the term ‘retro’ wasn’t originally fashioned for video games. It’s odd then that, for better or worse, no other industry seems to embrace the idea so wholeheartedly. Now, in 2012, a marriage of convenience has blossomed between consumer and publisher – the bastard-child of which is a landscape buttered with re-releases, and new properties flogging their wares off the back of 8-bit images and chip-tune audio.

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Farming Giant: Review - The Gamers Hub

Farming Giant has it all. Assorted buildings, sprawling landscapes, animals, resources, economics and dozens of different vehicles and attachments – all programmed to carry-off their specific function. There’s a buffet of fruit, veg and seeds to plant and cultivate, as well as relationships to build with prospective clients and multiple ways to develop your burgeoning farming empire. In the end though – in the most absolute sense of the word, it’s all completely meaningless.

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