"The street gun battle might impress, but it's no more than a fly's fart in a barn compared to the continent-shifting shudder that brings the presentation to a dramatic close."
"As ever with Japanese action titles, bigger is definitely better. Players will be set against all manner of gigantic fantasy monsters."
"We tried to find some new middle ground between the franchises to please both fans...that means more Tekken-style flow, explosive combos, throws and air juggles."
"The game was originally meant to be a Director's Cut. However the fan response on Frank's absence was so strong that it was obvious we needed to bring him back in a big way."
"A pepper-grinder doubles as a gatling gun, a teapot utilised as a long-range grenade launcher. The arsenal is something you'd see if Pixar decided to stray into Grindhouse territory."
"...you are resurrected at the start of the game and come to life in a pile of less fortunate resurrection candidates."
"Some things are clear: don't go alone. But make sure your backup is someone who's less Lone Ranger, more Tango & Cash. Always pick Anjali, and avoid the Determined Pants."
"Punches dislocate jaws, daggers puncture muscle, kicks crunch vertebrae into dust. They get their energy bar demolished, and the Daily Mail gets its latest sacrifice to the cause."
"It may struggle to live up to the hype created by the trailer, but then again what game could hope to eclipse that?"
"I swear. I think for a few minutes, talk land reformation with the people either side of me - then I hit restart. I bet even the gods never had a reset button handy."
"He's less cross-dressing Spice Girl wannabe, more pint-sized Ray Winstone, ripping into enemies with the viciousness and accent that wouldn't be amiss in a British gangster movie."
"The story's going to be charged with Rockstar's typical cinematic flair for all sorts of twists and turns, as characters on both on both sides of the law have their own angle on every situation."
"It's a love letter to the 90s arcade; a game whose attract trailer grabbed your attention and demanded money. You didn't know what was to come, but were ready to spend a quid to find out."
"When there's no chance of success where you are, move forward...an ethos Techland has embraced wholeheartedly, as it brings its FPS Western to modern day Los Angeles."
"Initially the small courtyard becomes a bloodbath as teams flow into it, erupting into a Naked Gun moment as a firefight opens up between opposing sides crouched either side of the same wall."
"It's up there with sci-fi's greats: Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell, Metal Gear Solid. This is thought-provoking sci-fi with lashings of body-augmented action sequences."
"Dirt 3's rides are nicely loose in their handling; just enough of a bitch in learning to control that you feel teased rather than openly dominated."
"This kind of humour permeates the game; former fans of the series have a lot of childish humour to look forward to. Like we said: it's The Dark Knight versus Batman & Robin."
What could be a more natural fit for a new Lego game than Pirates of the Caribbean? Thomas Blichfeldt takes a closer look...
"Career has been spruced up with a sexy multi-branched, multi-choice world map trip that'll cause Western RPG hounds to lift their noses for an appreciative sniff."
"All Stars surgically extracts the swollen man-glands that have inhibited newcomers from wrestling in the past...it's NBA Jam with spandex and a heavier emphasis on the touchy-feely."
Might and magic combine once more as Dungeon Siege returns. We slap on the armour and don our helm to enter Obisdian's rebirth of the classic action-RPG series.
The Killzone 3 beta is in full swing for Playstation Plus members, and with the official launch of the game just a few weeks away we take a look at what you can expect from its multiplayer...
Confused by the fan fervour? Overwhelmed by the action? Fear not, Versus first-timer. Join us for a walkthrough of the newest addition to Capcom's classic crossover series.
2K smashes back onto the court with its latest tennis title, and we come away impressed. Find out why inside.
While it might not be a deal breaker in deciding whether to buy a Kinect or PlayStation Eye, Yoostar 2 has a lot going for it - have we a new party game must-have?
Eden's sandbox title returns to continue its attempt at dominance in the genre. But as we discover, while it's looking for pole position, we're lucky to make it past the first corner.
Grayson Hunt is an ex-mercenary and current space pirate. He crashlanded on a planet full of mutants and he's ready to kick some ass.
With only over a week until release, we tackle why Square-Enix's latest is worth your attention. Get ready as we jack into a new sci-fi multiplayer experience.
Bioware have already proven that they know good roleplaying games. With Dragon Age II they hope to prove that once again. We went to Bioware to get a closer look at it.
Jesper has guided Isaac Clarke through the first couple of hours of his adventures on The Sprawl in Dead Space 2. Read on for his impressions...
Michael has played a preview version of Dead Nation, and he can't quite put it down. Read on for his impressions...
Steve has taken a closer look at one of the big releases of November: Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.
There is a big difference between standing on the shoulder of giants, and standing in the shadow of one. Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom manages to do both.
Gamereactor went to London to try out the upcoming Tron: Evolution, which promises to tie movie and game together in new ways.
By using a clever battle point system, Homefront wants to give the old FPS-genre a new twist. But will it work?
This is the 3D killer application, perhaps. Gran Turismo 5 is almost ready to go - and we gave it a shot using both a ferrari and a kart.
One of the more fresh and interesting titles of Tokyo Game Show is based on a book that's thousands of years old. We've played El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron.
Rez is finally getting a sequel and we've been playing Child of Eden with both Kinect and a controller. Read on for our impressions...
Bengt Lemne's over at TGS and so was one of the first in the world to get the latest on Team Ico's boy-meets-dogbird adventure. Read his thoughts here...
The latest Bond film might be on ice for now, but Bizarre are bringing Bond back with their explosive shooter-racer hybrid, Blood Stone...
Jonas travelled to Los Angeles to play a bit of Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer. It is sometimes said that blood is currency, and that's true for the Wager Mode in Black Ops.
Darling it's better, down where it's... redder. Volition's explosive demolition sim is going deeper underground! But can they keep up with the destructive pace of Guerrilla?
It's been six years since Doom 4, and we can't wait to get to experience the next big, internally developed id title - Rage.
A Populous-inspired, genre-defying world-editor from the creator of Another World. Why are we so excited about the violence-averse charms of From Dust?
While loitering in the toilets, we stumble across an Eidos Montreal datapad full of hot Human Revolution info - can this truly be a worthy successor to the Deus Ex throne?
Berlin based Yager Development are breathing new life into the presumed dead Spec Ops series with The Line set in a Dubai ravaged by cataclysmic sandstorms.
The explosion-riddled PSN title takes us right into the danger zone, but can its arcade stylings take our breath away? Full hands-on with Doublesix's jet fighting homage!
Ubisoft's high-flying and reality-defying air fighter is back. Huge reveal of the bravado-drenched arcade flyer's single player campaign... It's here, and we've played it!
Eidos Montreal are hard at work on Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Gamereactor paid them a visit to find out how their nanotech augmented shooter is shaping up...