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Welcome to my perpetual gaming reviews. My quest is to look for that one Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, DS lite and PSP game that links my own ongoing life to it.

I love games that captures my thoughts and gives me confidence that I could play this game, progress in this game, grow in this game. Elite touched on this all those years ago giving the experience of outer space that goes on and on. You could choose your own path, write your own stories without end. X-Beyond the frontier leant heavily in the same direction, but it's focus on detail left you dealing with a very complicated game experience.

Even in my time away from a console I still kept gaming with me, often playing online bingo or other competitive games.

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Batman Arkham City is a carefully written love letter that stayed with me long after I'd finished it. But what was less expected is how appealing and accessible this is to casual gamers and those uninitiated in the charms of the comic... read now

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Just Cause 2 is a game of enormous proportions with an overwhelming array of things to do (read : blow up). This is both its joy and its downfall, as the developers struggle to cope with the monster they have created offering a storyline that feels like an afterthought... read now

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Child of Eden turns Rez's nightmare into a dream. Everything, from the Kinect controls to the visuals and music is designed to transport you to another place. However, the question is whether Child of Eden can find the audience it rightly deserves... read now

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Fallout 3 is a meandering adventure through an irradiated post apocalyptic world inhabited by robots, mutants and heavily armed opposing forces all fighting for control of the scraps. This world is as much a character in the story as the people themselves, and the loneliness of the place stayed with me the whole time I was playing... read now

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Nier somehow turns its car crash of elements into a real page turner. What should by rights be utterly forgettable became a perpetual experience I was happy to keep with me... read now

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Costume Quest is an immediately accessible take on the role-play genre. Stripped of technical complexity, multiple stats and complicated battles I found a game whose simple charms and infectious humour stayed with me until the very end... read now

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Splinter Cell Conviction's emotional story of how far you can push a man before he breaks, haunted my thoughts during the couple of weeks I played it... read now

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Saw II 360 doesn't learn from the first game's shortcomings, but like the films there are the moments of intelligence behind the monotony... read now

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Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2 360 impresses with flashy graphics, but its simplified mechanics fail to leave a lasting impression. Fans of the manga, though, will undoubtedly love the amount of content on offer as well as the presentation. .. read now

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Ikaruga XBLA provides a memorably difficult experience that rewards those willing to put time into its bullet saturated levels. Although the Achievements taunted me between games, once accomplished they became some of my most fondly remembered gaming moments... read now

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