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Ceville (PC) Review

Come play…. it’s time to release your inner *******….. have fun…. *evil laughter with lightning in the background* In this game, you will play the roll of Ceville, an evil tyrannical king who’s purest joy in life is to make others miserable. Sadly, payback is a *****, as the game …

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Football Manager 2010 (PC) Review

With Football Manager 2009 being voted the greatest football game of all time, Sports Interactive had their work cut out for them as the new season closed in. Last year’s effort was hugely hyped as the popular football manager simulator had a big makeover but the focus of FM 2010 …

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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project (PC) Review

“Come get some!” For millions of players who grew up with the classics, these words echo among the halls of the hallowed, as well as the infamously catchy metal theme that announces to the world Duke Nukem has arrived. Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project was released almost 10 years ago, and …

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Tales of Monkey Island: Episode 4 (PC) Review

A BrutalGamer.com review. Avast ye… ah I can’t be arsed with the pirate references this time…    This is the fourth episode in the ever more amusing adventures of the hap-hazard pirate Guybrush Threepwood.  After overcoming the trials and tribulations of living inside a giant Manatee in the last episode we …

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Aion (PC) Review

A BrutalGamer.com review. Aion is a massively multiplayer online RPG where players ascend to divinity and fight in an epic celestial war. Wielding divine powers and the capability for true flight, players must bring salvation to their people and restore balance to a vast, beautiful world shattered by a cataclysmic …

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Tales of Monkey Island: Episode 3 (PC) Review

Another month and it is time for the next thrilling instalment of Telltales’ Tales of Monkey island series.  Episode three, Lair of the Leviathan, signifies the mid-point in this series of five episodes, with the final two scheduled for the end of October and November respectively. When we left Guybrush …

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