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Cars 2 (PS3) by Disney Interactive
Cars 2 (PS3) by Disney Interactive
5.0 out of 5 stars Ka-Chow!, 28 July 2014
Cars 2 has to be one of the surprises of the century as far as my game collection is concerned. Movie tie-in games are infamously and relentlessly poor 90% of the time but Cars 2 delivers a well crafted, fun and entertaining driving simulator which is suitable for all ages.

I originally bought this for my son, who loves it; but let's face it, he would have loved it even if it was terrible. My son, like many other children, is crazy about Disney Pixar's Cars and this game brings the magic to life. With an impressive roster of cars and tracks all from the film, mixed with diverse game modes (survival mode, spy training, battle arenas and good old fashioned racing) Cars 2 will keep… Read more
Lord of the Rings: War in the North (PS3) by Warner Bros. Interactive
Lord of the Rings: War in the North (PS3) by Warner Bros. Interactive
4.0 out of 5 stars War in the North, 28 July 2014
LOTR: War in the North is a solid game overall which offers a lot of nostalgia and intrigue to LOTR fans. A range of beautiful environments mixed with wave after wave of orcs, goblins, spiders and many other of Tolkien's ghastly monsters makes for a fun, if a little repetetive, hack n' slash romp through Middle Earth.

Combat is, as mentioned, a little repetetive but its look and feel will keep you playing as hacking off limbs, heads and stringing together combos is very satisfying.

The storyline is average with some quite emotionless voice acting, but WITN is all about the action, RPG-style levelling up and finding loot, of which there is plenty.

Later in… Read more
Medal of Honor Warfighter (PS3) by Electronic Arts
Medal of Honor Warfighter (PS3) by Electronic Arts
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Underrated FPS!, 15 Jun 2014
I'm not a massive fan of first person shooters. I don't get involved in the pointless rivalries and meaningless discussions about Call of Duty and Battlefield and which is better and which is more innovative and which is more of a corporate sell-out and, and, and...It's just human nature that the more popular a thing becomes, the trendier it becomes to dislike it, as is the case with COD and BF.

In the case of MOH: Warfighter however, the hate seems to stem from a conceited attempt to compare it with COD and BF and to slate it for the things it does which the others 'do better'. "Why bother playing MOH when you can get the same (but better) elsewhere??", "It's been… Read more