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Remember Me Review

2084, Neoparizh. For 70 years, the city has strongly changed, becoming a haven for the rich and an arena for the struggle for survival of the poor. Surprisingly, scientists have learned to digitize human memory, as well as feelings, emotions, feelings and experiences. Initially everything was done solely to good use...


Roccat introduced new Kone Pure gaming mice in different colors

On the fifth anniversary of the Kone gaming mice, Roccat has declared colorful limited edition of Kone Pure mice. These mice will be available in Orange, Red, White and Blue colors and entitled respectively inferno Orange, hellfire Red, phantom White and polar Blue. The all mice have same features and specifications. All are features 8200 DPI laser sensor, a 72 MHz 32-bits ARM Turbo Core V2 processor, Omron Switches and 576 KB of built-in memory to save profiles and macros.


Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends Review

Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends is the latest entry in Test Drive series developed by Slightly Mad Studios from Atari Games. Generally the racing type games are divided into two categories.  First one, emphasizes on story and is not concerned about reality. The second type, tries to simulate the real-life racing experience accurately. ‘Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends’ is of the second type.


The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: The Kotaku Review

The Hobbit is not a small movie, but it is filled with small people doing small things. And it's those simple acts—Bilbo Baggins diving into a gang of marauding orcs, dwarves washing dishes in the Shire, Gandalf sharing a pipe with a fellow wizard—that make Hobbit feel weighty and memorable, even when it outstays its welcome. They're moments that keep the darkness at bay.


Infinity Blade 2 Review

Infinity Blade was beautiful, but kind of simple in the head. In many ways, it was something of a proof of concept proof of spectacular graphics that could be rendered using the Unreal Engine 3 on iOS. Best looking game on iPhone and iPad returns with even better graphics and more involved combat.


Stronghold 3 Review

Stronghold 3 is a game about castle-building in which some units occasionally shoot through walls. Despite its sudden, unexpected difficulty spikes, the game has no quicksave, and no autosave — even the manual save doesn’t work as intended.


Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One Review

Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One

Platform: PlayStation 3

Developer: Insomniac

Publisher: Sony

Released: October 18, 2011

All 4 One is the story of how Ratchet, Clank, Qwark and Dr. nefarious are all kidnapped (accidentally? It’s never explained why they were nabbed) and marooned on the planet Magnus, Read more...

Payday: The Heist Review

Payday: The Heist Rare released Perfect Dark. Console shooters were hitting a high water mark they’d never known before, on the back of a stupendous multiplayer offering. Read more...

Trine 2 (preview)

When you're looking at Trine 2's look, you may just miss that how it's playing with your mind. The big idea is still the same: a wizard, rogue and knight navigate 2D environments, each using their unique skills to solving platforming puzzles. You can switch between them.


Egyptian Rat Smash (Review)

Developer: dreamboy8701
Platform(s): Xbox 360
Genre: Card Game

Egyptian Rat Smash is a reflex-based card game, very similar to the popular game of snap. Players must keep an eye out for matching cards, and hit a button to win the pile. Read more...

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