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PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"So, weapons great, destruction, lovely. The fundamentals are all there; pure arcade action. Sadly the rest isn't up to par."

Text: Daniel Steinholtz
Jetpack JoyrideScore

Jetpack Joyride


"It's incredibly addictive. The randomness, variation and power-ups have us hooked. At a mere 69p this is a definite purchase whatever iOS device you own."

Text: Bengt Lemne
Driver: San FranciscoScore

Driver: San Francisco

PC / PS3 / Wii / Xbox 360

"Even if Shift initially raises doubts, the mechanics works much better than we had expected - and about a million times better than the unfortunate on-foot sections of Driver 3."

Text: Eerik Rahja (Gamereactor Finland)
Toy Soldiers: Cold WarScore

Toy Soldiers: Cold War

XBLA / Xbox 360

"We're delighted with Toy Soldiers: Cold War, as it offers solid action, great controls, humour, and an extremely nice presentation."

Text: Daniel Steinholtz (Gamereactor Sweden)
Deus Ex: Human RevolutionScore

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"Initially cold, distant, disconnected, Deus Ex gradually proves a sublime experience of player freedom and choice, negating any lingering negativity."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Fruit Ninja KinectScore

Fruit Ninja Kinect

XBLA / Xbox 360

"The only option is to slow your thrusts temporarily. But in a game requiring fast reflexes, this makes you look like a badly choreographed extra in a Michael Bay movie."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Xenoblade ChroniclesScore

Xenoblade Chronicles


"You've got until the timer runs out to ready for the world of hurt coming your way. It sounds like a cop-out. It isn't. Panic-inducing is what it is."

Text: José Manuel Bringas
Insanely Twisted Shadow PlanetScore

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet

XBLA / Xbox 360

"Microsoft's Summer of Arcade-campaign has delivered a couple of really strong games this year, and Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is no exception."

Text: Rasmus Lund-Hansen (Gamereactor Denmark)
Pirates of Black CoveScore

Pirates of Black Cove


"One can find a thousand different frightful jokes just floating on the waves. It is evident that the developers have been scouring the deep, dank pun-dungeons with some diligence."

Text: Mika Sorvari
Captain America: Sentinel of LibertyScore

Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty


"Despite the shield-slinging and heavily patriotic tone, Cap plays like EA's iPad version of Mirror's Edge. This is no bad thing."

Text: Lee West | Gamereactor Denmark
From DustScore

From Dust

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"Haunting, captivating, God, build towering mountains, write profanities in sand two miles wide, but whatever you do: play this game."

Text: Gillen McAllister
Call of Juarez: The CartelScore

Call of Juarez: The Cartel

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"All hints of a serious story are thrown out the window as some Rambo-inspired warfare against drugs, complete with cheesy dialogue, begins."

Text: Jonas Mäki (Gamereactor Sweden)
Cars 2Score

Cars 2

Mac / Nintendo DS / PC / PS3 / Wii / Xbox 360

"It's still odd seeing such extravagant violence in a Pixar title. Like Woody drawing a gun and capping Mr.Potato Head."

Text: Gillen McAllister



"Bastion at its core is an action-RPG. You will be hacking, slashing and shooting at enemy hordes that spawn as you walk across walkways that are rebuilt as you tread forward."

Text: Bengt Lemne


Android / iOS / Xperia Play

"No matter what you think about John Kannon and the other GTA-stereotypes present here, you will find an entertaining - but short - single player and a fantastic multiplayer mode in 9mm."

Text: Lee West (Gamereactor DK)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2Score

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2

Nintendo DS / PC / PS3 / Wii / Xbox 360

"A couple of small improvements doesn't help hide the fact that this is a shooter that lacks ideas with the Harry Potter brand tacked on."

Text: Thomas Blichfeldt (Gamereactor Denmark)
Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3DScore

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D

Nintendo 3DS

"The Duo games are also a lot easier as the difficulty doesn't change. If you know what you are doing you are going to run out of enemies before you run out of time."

Text: Arttu Rajala
F.E.A.R. 3Score

F.E.A.R. 3

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"A labyrinth of blinking flat-screens, old storage rooms where pigs are hanging side-by-side with human corpses. At those times F.E.A.R. 3 seems like everything we hoped for."

Text: Thomas Blichfeldt (Gamereactor Denmark)
Shadows of the DamnedScore

Shadows of the Damned

PS3 / Xbox 360

"It's a meeting of minds every bit as intriguing as the Tarantino and Rodriguez Grindhouse double-bill, yet with one key difference: it delivers."

Text: Sebastian R. Sørensen
Transformers: Dark of the MoonScore

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Nintendo 3DS / Nintendo DS / PS3 / Wii / Xbox 360

"There's likely plenty of gaps in the story ripe for action-aided filler between the second and third movies (what happened to Megan Fox not being one of them)."

Text: Petter Hegevall
Red Faction: ArmageddonScore

Red Faction: Armageddon

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"...we tend to judge games like Red Faction: Armageddon way more harshly than they deserve. It's popcorn-entertainment, a good game to spend a couple of hours with, and it performs that job splendidly."

Text: Petter Mårtensson
Dungeon Siege IIIScore

Dungeon Siege III

PC / PS3 / Xbox 360

"As a whole Dungeon Siege III offers some grand ideas, and the illusion of fantasy epic, but falls just before greatness due to its shortcomings."

Text: Martin Eiser
Child of EdenScore

Child of Eden

PS3 / Xbox 360

"You're charged to dive in, wipe the network clear of the virus like a Norton version of Mr.Muscle...the net may be vast and infinite, but it's still 'Save the Princess' time."

Text: Gillen McAllister

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