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Batman Arkham Origins (PS3) by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
Batman Arkham Origins (PS3) by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
There has been a lot of mixed press about Batman: Arkham Origins since Warner Bros Interactive took over development from Rocksteady with talk of multiple bugs and a boring campaign.
Let me just say firstly that if you enjoyed the game's predecessors Asylum and City, you'll enjoy Origins. The gameplay is largely the same with a mostly fluid combat system, an engaging story, a fascinating open-world environment, plenty of side missions separate from the main story and boss fights which actually test the player's skills as Batman.
The main issues with the game are that we've seen all this before. WB Interactive admittedly haven't done anything new with the game engine. It plays… Read more
WWE 13: Limited Mike Tyson Edition (PS3) by THQ
The quality of the combined WWE/Smackdown vs Raw/Smackdown series has taken a huge dip in the last few years culminating with the uber-tedious WWE 12 last year. Despite a wealth of features, there was little to attract new fans and the game was riddled with clunky collision detection and online play faults as well as an awful Road to Wrestlemania mode, all of which combined decreased the lifespan of the game long before the next edition could come out. This year I was generally excited by the new title in the series, more than I have been in years. Whilst WWE 13 certainly still has its flaws, it's a marked improvement on WWE 12 and possibly the most fun wrestling game in years.
THQ… Read more
Doctor Who Revisitations 3 (The Tomb of the Cyberm&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Patrick Troughton
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
So we have reached the third and final Revisitations set from the Doctor Who Revisitations Team. After the second collection, in my personal opinion, being rather lacklustre in terms of the stories chosen, this has gone out on a high with three incredibly strong and popular stories. Although a few will disagree again with the choices, particularly from the point of view of the extras on the original DVDs, I have only owned The Three Doctors before (which I've now traded for the new edition) so all three are hugely welcome to my own personal collection.

The first story is the 1967 classic The Tomb of the Cybermen starring Patrick Troughton. It's sad that the few complete Troughton… Read more

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