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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"It's the technology being created here that is getting its first field-test via the virtual conditions of Ghost Recon...the result is already massively exciting."

Text: Emil Ryttergaard | GR Denmark
Battlefield 3

Battlefield 3

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

Whether it's enough to win the war or not is up for the players to decide, but Battlefield 3 is probably as strong competition as Call of Duty and Modern Warfare is ever going to see.

Text: Bengt Lemne
Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"It interweaves genuine feelings of disgust, fear and terror with the sort of seamless ability that you've grown to expect only from the finest horror films."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Assassin's Creed: Revelations

Assassin's Creed: Revelations

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"It's a pretty complex story, like a high-tech conspiracy version of Days of our Lives, and Revelations is the final part of Ezio's story."

Text: Petter Mårtensson
Uncharted: Golden Abyss

Uncharted: Golden Abyss

PS Vita

"We found we increasingly used the touch screen as it gave us the illusion of a deeper degree of control over Drake, without the gimmicky feel that's expected with the tech."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Wipeout 2048

Wipeout 2048

PS Vita

"This is the closest Wipeout will ever get to ugly. While their curves are less pronounced - think mack truck rather than Ferrari - there's still a sexiness to the retro-finish."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Saints Row: The Third

Saints Row: The Third

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"Let's stick with the funny for the moment. Because Saints Row is very funny indeed. In that overly-violent-Joe Pesci-kinda-way sure, but funny nevertheless."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Bodycount

Bodycount

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"Bodycount doesn't focus on laying buildings to waste, like in Battlefield: Bad Company 2. Instead breaking down the cover your enemies might hide behind is a strategic element."

Text: Christian Gaca
Metro: Last Light

Metro: Last Light

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"The grab initiates a sequence in which soldiers storm into the base. Cue Space Invaders, Metro-style, as you chew through flesh and cement in a barrage of bullets."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Dead Island

Dead Island

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

A vacation paradise becomes a vacation hell when a zombie infestation breaks out on the tropical island. Welcome to Dead Island, roleplaying action game and fight for survival.

Text: Rasmus Lund-Hansen (Gamereactor Denmark)
SSX

SSX

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"If you're facing a giant abyss, you don't need to be worrying. You're Batman with a snowboard buddy. You and that hoversuit of yours are going to fly - or at least fall in style."

Text: Carsten Odgaard (Gamereactor DK)
NHL 12

NHL 12

PS3 / Xbox 360

"Players are shunted into each other with the force of dominoes strapped with explosives. It captures the physicality of a game that's as big on decking as it is goals."

Text: Carsten Odgaard
Disney Universe

Disney Universe

PC / PS3 / Wii / Xbox 360

"It's easy to understand why you might snort in derision upon first glance. What you don't twig is the last time you did so was when Traveller's Tales announced Lego Star Wars."

Text: Gillen McAllister
FIFA 12

FIFA 12

PS3 / Xbox 360

"There is one thing that really stands out and will be the deciding factor when times come to review the game - the new physics engine."

Text: Carsten Odgaard
Ridge Racer Unbounded

Ridge Racer Unbounded

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"And the cars? Powerful, strong, fast and - as typical of the RR universe - entirely fictional. These are wheeled missiles that can punch through cement and mortar."

Text: Christian Gaca
F.E.A.R. 3

F.E.A.R. 3

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"With the Wall of Death inexorably billowing towards you, it's like Running Man, Crystal Maze and Nightmare all rolled into one. The panic that accompanies every game is extraordinary."

Text: Lorenzo Mosna
Duke Nukem Forever

Duke Nukem Forever

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"Or, to put it another way, no matter how much you love your Quarter Pounder Deluxe, sometimes you just can't help hanker for a plain, simple - yet classic - hamburger."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Rochard

Rochard

PS3 / PSN

"It's rather simple to pinpoint what has us excited about Rochard. The gravity manipulation - it's fun, intuitive and frankly opens up a lot of options"

Text: Bengt Lemne
Star Wars: The Old Republic

Star Wars: The Old Republic

PC

"We'll say this for The Old Republic: even the movies lacked that sphincter-tightening moment of seeing a horde of lightsaber-waving Sith charging at you. What good's a blaster now?"

Text: Gillen McAllister
Star Wars: The Old Republic

Star Wars: The Old Republic

PC

"There's an old joke that there's no such thing as a terrible Star Wars game; any title instantly elevated in quality due to the heritage. That punchline rings true here."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Driver: San Francisco

Driver: San Francisco

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"It means boosting cars, Ghostbusters-style; you can possess any driver within your dream city at the press of a button. Turn ghoul, and you've got access to over 140 licensed rides."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine

Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"Space Marine doesn't look like it will be a revolution of the third person shooter genre. Instead it's an attempt to tell the sad and dark story of the 40K-universe in a genre that is easy to get into."

Text: Lasse Borg (Gamereactor Denmark)
The Gunstringer

The Gunstringer

XBLA / Xbox 360

"If you own Kinect you owe to yourself and your investment to keep an eye out for The Gunstringer."

Text: Bengt Lemne
Shadows of the Damned

Shadows of the Damned

PS3 / Xbox 360

Hell hath no fury like a man on a one-way revenge trip through the gates of hell and beyond. Saddle up for Japan's own Grindhouse tale of guts and gore.

Text: Gillen McAllister
Prey 2

Prey 2

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"Unlike the original game Prey 2 is completely open ended. You can go anywhere you want, talk to anyone and take on missions."

Text: Jonas Mäki (Gamereactor Sweden)


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