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Starcraft 2 – The Verdict

Starcraft 2 – The Verdict

Chances are that you already know if you’re going to like Starcraft 2. If you’ve played any of Blizzard’s games then you’ll pretty much know what to expect: an accessible if somewhat cheesy game with high production values and extensive multiplayer support. I could go into detail on the unit balances and the intricacies of battlenet, but those are not really important. In fact, the important parts of this game, really, are the multiplayer and the campaign, and I imagine a sizeable chunk of consumers would disagree with me on the latter point.


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Alpha Protocol – The Verdict

Alpha Protocol – The Verdict

His name’s Michael Thorton and he used to be a spy, until one mission in Saudi Arabia. When you’re burned you’ve got nothing; no cash, no credit, no job history. You’re stuck with whatever mission they left you with: revenge. You’ll do whatever work comes your way to pay the bills, rely on anyone who’s still talking to you: an Al-Samaad terrorist leader, a psychotic CIA agent, or maybe just a mole inside the organisation that burned you, if you can trust them.

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Steve K Peacock Presents: Steve K Peacock’s Murderthon (A Game by Steve K Peacock)

Steve K Peacock Presents: Steve K Peacock’s Murderthon (A Game by Steve K Peacock)

Tom Clancy is a weird fellow. For an author, the guy doesn’t actually do very much writing, having built up one hell of a reputation for his military detail and whatnot from back when he actually did write. Nowadays he makes money of selling his name to Ubisoft, and the crazy thing is that it works very well indeed.

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