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Puppeteer PlayStation 3 Review

This week I’ve been getting lost in the world of Puppeteer, the latest game from Sony Japan and what a magical week it has been! When the game first arrived in the office, I though nothing…

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Painkiller: Hell & Damnation PlayStation 3 Review

Painkiller is one of the classic names when it comes to video game shooters and while it may not have the high-ranking notoriety of games like Quake, Doom, Serious Sam and countless others it still has…

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Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault On Dragon Keep DLC Review

Borderlands 2 is easily one of my all time favourite games and it offers one of the most complete and engrossing multiplayer experiences available on current generation consoles. That’s not to say that there aren’t other…

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Company of Heroes 2 PC Review

This week I’ve been getting lost in a part of the gaming world I know little about, real-time strategy. I’ve tried and failed at this genre before and I’ve yet to find a game that really…

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Rush Bros PC Review

I love a good indie game, there is something refreshing about a game that costs just a few pounds, but still packs a fair few hours of original entertainment, it reminds me of my youth and…

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Journey: Collector’s Edition PlayStation 3 Review

Ever since I first got my hands on the demo for Journey I simply couldn’t wait to purchase the full game, but as is often the case with these things I didn’t have the money at…

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The Last of Us – PlayStation 3 Review

The Last of Us has been one of this year’s most highly anticipated games, literally millions of gamers have been waiting patiently and impatiently for what has been tipped to be one of this generations greatest…

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Grid 2 PC Review

Codemasters have been falling behind in recent years, at least in my opinion and while I used to hold them in high regard for making some of the greatest racing games ever created I just can’t…

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Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen PlayStation 3 Review

The original Dragons Dogma is one of my all-time favourite games and yet it’s also one of the least refined games I’ve ever played, but it offered something special, something that really stood out from the…

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Injustice: Gods Among Us Xbox 360 Review

This week’s review sees me battle it out in the guise of some of the most iconic superheroes and villains of our time, each of which have been cherry picked by NetherRealm Studios from the vast…

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God of War: Ascension PlayStation 3 Review

God of War and the PlayStation brand have been the best of friends ever since the game first launched on the PlayStation 2 back in 2005, but 8 years is a long time and since the…

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BioShock Infinite PC Review

One of this year’s biggest game releases is finally out in the wild, and while the game has been with us a few weeks now, it gives me great pleasure to be able to finally sit…

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Tomb Raider PC Review

It’s taken me longer than I would have liked to complete this game, but after a few late nights and a few important jobs swept under the carpet, I did it, I finally completed Tomb Raider!…

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Sim City 4 Deluxe Edition PC Review

There have been so many debates recently over the issues with the new Sim City title. The issues with the game have been so wide spread, so highly publicised, and a combination of being blown out…

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Crysis 3 PC Review

When the original Crysis launched it quite literally made a mockery of high end gaming systems around the world, even today the game is a graphical juggernaut that offers a real feast for the eyes and…

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Need for Speed Most Wanted PC Review

Need for Speed: Most Wanted was released just towards the end of 2012 in one form or another for nearly every major format on the market. PC, PS3, Vita, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, Kindle and the…

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale PS3 Review

This week I’ve been playing the most “PlayStation” game available on the market today, I am of course talking about PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, a game filled to the brim with top PlayStation game characters in…

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Saints Row III PC Review

Some of our readers may have noticed that the weekly game review has been missing these last few weeks, I’ve finally found not only the time to return to writing them but the time I need…

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Batman Arkham City PC Review

This week I finally managed to find time for the sequel to one of my all time favourite games, Batman Arkham Asylum, the multi million selling Batman Arkham City. Sure this game has been with us…

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Ratchet & Clank: QForce PS3 Review

I’ve been an on and off fan of the Ratchet & Clank games ever since the PlayStation 2 days, but have always fallen short of really getting stuck into what the games have to offer. I’ve…

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Ace of Spades PC Review

So we come to the end of another fun week here at eTeknix, Christmas is almost upon us and truth be told I kept playing Assassin’s Creed 3 long after I finished reviewing it, so much…

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Little Big Planet Karting PlayStation 3 Review

It was only a couple of weeks ago that I dived into the kart racing world of F1 Stars, a massive spin off from the super serious world of Formula one from Codemasters. But I’ve got…

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Assassin’s Creed III PC Review

This week I have been spending time with the much anticipated Assassin’s Creed III, the latest free-roaming AAA title from Ubisoft. Now I’m a big fan of the original two Assassin’s Creed games, although I will…

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Hitman Absolution PC Review

This week I’ve been spending time with Agent 47 in his latest outing Hitman Absolution. Now I know many fans of the series will have been waiting eagerly for this title to be released, but not…

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Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Dual-Chassis Gaming Mouse Review

It’s been a while since we had a new Gigabyte Aivia peripheral to play with, not since the Aivia K8100 Keyboard at the start of this year and just over a year since our last Aivia…

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Enermax Hoplite ST Mid-Tower PC Chassis Review

Today were taking a look at the Hoplite ST chassis from Enermax. We managed to get hold of the white edition of the chassis for the review and priced at around £70 it’s set nicely between…

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Halo 4 Xbox 360 Review

As a hardcore Halo fan, I’ve been waiting a long time for this game to be released. Not only because is it the sequel to one of the biggest gaming franchises of all time, but also because its…