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Mount & Blade: Warband Review

August 2nd, 2011 by

James Chilvers takes a look at the Mount & Blade expansion that brought medieval battlefields to life.

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Celebs And Their Games

March 3rd, 2010 by

Celebrities and video games have, in the past, often been reduced to mindless endorsements for games they don’t care about and poor license titles. But not any more! See below for a guide on just some of the stars that could pwn yo noob ass! Or something…

Next up is celebrity gamer Rihanna. Rihanna is well known for her music, (not that Matt would know this) but she's also a big fan of Xbox Live, she is addicted to Marble Blast Ultra and spends many hours playing.

Jack Black is another celebrity who also loves gaming. He has been in many gaming TV adverts and also advertised Psychonauts by wearing an official T-shirt. Also he has recently provided the voice for Brutal Legend main character Eddie Riggs.

Finally, we have Steven Spielberg, one of the world's most well known directors, here playing the Wii.

Battlefield Bad Company 2

February 24th, 2010 by

Battlefield: Bad Company was a game that had a lot of things going for it, but one of the best parts of the 2008 first-person shooter from EA and DICE was its charming sense of humor. You and your accident-prone squadmates in Bad Company were always getting into some headache or another, and the stupid conversations that came of those situations were easily some of the high points of the game. That same squad returns for the sequel, and though its antics have been toned down a little bit, the result is a game that feels much improved yet still manages to squeeze in plenty of laughs.

Judging from the multiplayer Demo the campaign of  Bad Company 2 is going to be a lot of fun. The environments are varied and impressive to look at, the gunplay is just as solid as ever, and firefights are almost gleefully chaotic thanks to the improved destruction engine. And, above all else, it helps that the game has managed to maintain its sense of humor.

Click this link if you want to see some sweet videos of some multiplayer


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