Battlefield 3 – The ultimate FPS game

Battlefield 3 is the ultimate first person shooter game we seen for a long time. It offers various gamestyle, such as campaign mode, multiplayer coop, singleplayer coop etc. Graphics are stunning and pushes every topnotch GFX to the maximum.

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Heavenly Sword – A classic martial arts game

A martial arts game developed by Sony back in 2007 exclusively for PS3 still entertains a huge number af PS3 enthusiasts. See video review here!

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Batman: Arkham City Review

Developer Rocksteady beats the sophomore slump like the Dark Knight beats purse-snatchers.

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Assassin’s Creed II Review

Assassin’s Creed II is the follow-up to Ubisoft’s 2007 hit that attracted a mass audience if not unanimous critical acclaim. The sequel is an expansive and bloody romp through Renaissance Italy that plays up every popular aspect of the first installment while righting many of its flaws.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Review

People love to hate it, but the Call of Duty franchise is successful for a reason. No other first-person shooter has the same flair for visual spectacle in its singleplayer campaign, and few can match its utterly addictive multiplayer.

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Need for Speed: The Run

In the time it’s taken Black Box to make Need for Speed: The Run, we’ve had three other awesome NFS titles from other developers. While that’s great for fans, it kind of spoiled Black Box’s return to form. Need for Speed: The Run feels like a traditional NFS game, released after the franchise had already redefined itself.

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  • Sharknado 2 Review
    Posted on July 30, 2014 by gamepunx
    Whether you asked for it or not, Syfy’s Sharknado is back. To create some more snark-nado online, as live-tweeting and live-blogging essentially made the first installment...
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  • Sharknado 2 Review
    Posted on July 30, 2014 by gamepunx
    Whether you asked for it or not, Syfy’s Sharknado is back. To create some more snark-nado online, as live-tweeting and live-blogging essentially made the first installment...
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  • Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn Review
    Posted on July 30, 2014 by gamepunx
    With an admirable single-minded commitment to simple escapism, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn dropped me in the cockpit of a death-dealing space samurai mech. It launched me...
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