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Real Time games are played without opportunity to stop and consider the next move. This creates an experience that is more reaction than strategy based. Sporting, fighting and rhythm action games obviously rely on this style of delivery to work. Other genres, such as strategy or adventure games, can choose whether to be played in turns or in real time. Some games such as Valkyria Chronicles PS3 and PSP provide a turn based strategy experience with real time elements - something that is becoming a popular compromise.

Inazuma Eleven 2 takes the term Fantasy Football very seriously, picking up where the first game left off with more moves, more characters and an alien invasion that needs to be thwarted with a kickabout... read now

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Project P-100 is a realtime action game featuring a group of superheroes marshalling the citizens of a town to destroy enemies, using hordes of volunteers to transform into gliders, giant fists and stepladders... read now

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Pikmin 3 will come as welcome news to the legions of fans of the Gamecube originals and should prove to be a spectacular exclusive title for the new Wii U console... read now

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Guild Wars 2 is a massively-multiplayer role-playing game that promises to provide a new take on the online fantasy arena, offering good things for MMO veterans and those still unconvinced by the genre, all without subscription fees... read now

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The Last Story stabs at a big budget RPG on the low-tech Wii, but in spite of excellent visual design and story-writing, only die-hard Wii fans will overlook its faults... read now

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Anomaly: Warzone Earth not only offers a slick, polished take on the casual Tower Defence genre, but also provides an additional switch by making you the attacker... read now

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New Little King's Story rejuvenates a game sadly overlooked and will introduce a fresh new on the Playstation Vita to the joys of this cuddly real time strategy... read now

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Sim City started the urban lifestyle management sim. Now it is returning to its roots with the first major new title in the series for arguably nearly a decade... read now

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Pinball Arcade modularises video-pinball, but it's the focus on real tables, solid physics and iPad's big screen that is most exciting for silver ball fans... read now

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Army Corps of Hell looks to be a highly unusual mix of the RTS and crowd-brawling genres. With goblins fighting through Hell and a heavy metal soundtracks, it's an eerily familiar setting... read now

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Dragon's Dogma is a new roleplaying adventure from Capcom. It enables you to train and trade AI team-mates and feels a little bit like Pokemon for grown-ups... read now

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Diablo III brings its own take on dungeon crawling and loot-grabbing; but it's the boundary between real and imaginary profits that are attracted the most attention... read now

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown rekindles the dreams of turn-based-strategy lovers everywhere and potential adds even more depth... read now

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Ruin Vita allows players to take an epic quest with them on the go, while also providing the same action on the big screen via PS3 when back at home... read now

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OK, I admit it. I started getting excited about going on this Odyssey long before I arced it up and entered the pint-sized world of Game Dev Story... read now

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Solatorobo joins a merry band of games that see off the DS in style. The love and attention spent on both the graphics engine and story is are awe inspiring, but it is the playability of Solatorobo that really makes it stick... read now

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Inazuma Eleven combines Anime-style roleplaying with a quirky football simulation. I really wanted to like it. I really didn't... read now

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A lot can change in your life in a few months, and in the time since I last wrote a lot has changed in mine both with gaming and dating... read now

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Carrier Command: Gaea Mission returns classic command strategy to the PC. Most importantly though it extends its powerful space opera saga... read now

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Starship Patrol could be more surprising. A simple looking DS-ware game that punches well above its weight in delivering a finely balanced, exquisitely present strategy space combat game... read now

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Jan 2011

The Sims 3 360 Review
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Dec 2010

Animal Kororo DS Review

Nov 2010

Valkyria Chronicles 3 PSP News

Oct 2010

Great Battles Medieval PS3 Review

May 2010

Super Street Fighter 4 360 Review

Apr 2010

Command and Conquer 4: Tiberium Twilight PC Review

Mar 2010

Starship Patrol DSi-Ware Review

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