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Title: Part Of My Short Story..
Posted: May 08, 2012 (09:11 AM)
James wakes to a chap on his door. He can’t believe he is still alive, still breathing in the stale smoke that haunts his shambolic flat. As the chap begins to pick up sound, James’s head begins to pound, like it’s been hit with a hammer and nail. James gets up, and puts on a long sleeved shirt, to hide the hole marks on his arms. He then unlocks the door and opens up, what stands before him is his worried Mother. She stands there like a queen, with her blond hair dangling like a clock hand, her dazzling handbag studded with diamonds, her new engagement ring shining like a thousand spotlights.

‘’Aren’t you going to welcome me in’’ his Mother says with interested tone ‘’Its not that great a time Mum, I’m just trying to get the flat in shape, and myself’’ ‘’Oh right, I could help you fix things, your not looking to great, when is the last time you ate a proper meal’’

James begins to lift his voice to his Mother, ‘’I’m Ok, why cant you understand I want freedom, freedom from you, freedom from these demons in my mind, why? ‘’I just wanted to help, I’m your Mother for goodness sake’’ ‘’Just leave, just GO!!’’ James slams the door on his Mother, and walks into the kitchen.

The kitchen unclean, dishes piled up like they want to touch the stars. There is no color; yet again grey walls offer a dire spectacle. Empty beer cans cover the worktops, the place seems swollen, like a broken arm, and there is nothing to look at except a hurt, depressed man. James begins to run the tap, dirty water turns into clean water in a matter of seconds, and he then drinks ferociously, like a man left without water for days.

As he wets his tongue, James tries to tackle his addiction, he begins to sweat and shake like a leaf in a bitterly cold winters day, his bones buckle up, he can barely move. He feels like death is coming. His heart pounds like a drum. He starts to walk unsteadily through to his bedroom, his nose catching every speckle of dust as he moves. He reaches the checkpoint, and falls onto the bed like train hitting a hundred bodies.
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Type: Review
Game: Spec Ops: The Line (Xbox 360)
Posted: July 06, 2012 (10:43 AM)
Spec Ops: The Line: Game Review

Type: Review
Game: F.3.A.R. (Xbox 360)
Posted: April 23, 2012 (12:34 PM)
When playing fear, you expect to be frightened by its concept and content, but the 3rd experience doesn’t contain many scares, which is baffling. I am not saying that the game is mundane and tarnished it has a profound storyline, and blood does spray like a hosepipe. By giving it a chance you are waking up the judgemental orb in your mind, you are the critic.

Type: Review
Game: Alan Wake (Xbox 360)
Posted: April 18, 2012 (03:48 PM)
When playing through the enthralling epic called Alan Wake your gaming senses will be rubbed with a marinade of complete and utter astonishment. The game will take you on a journey, a dark, ghostly crusade, where light is your best friend. The darkness overthrows you; it enables haunting figures to follow your innocent, startled, frame. In this game, it not wrong to be afraid of the dark, its not childish, or uncharacteristic. Because the darkness can overwhelm you, it can control you, your mind...
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Type: Review
Game: Green Day: Rock Band (PlayStation 3)
Posted: April 18, 2012 (10:24 AM)
As a music reviewer I am intrigued, and excited to review Green Day rock band. I have seen the band three times including the colossal Wembley Stadium gig in 2010. The virtual slice is compelling and deeply interactive. You can play as leading man Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt, and drummer Tre Cool. All you need is a guitar, some drums, and if you like to bellow, a microphone. The game is a lot of fun.
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Type: Review
Game: Dino Crisis (PlayStation)
Posted: April 17, 2012 (07:03 AM)
Dino Crisis dives straight first into the mechanics of Resident Evil one and two. It like playing those games, but with the undead replaced by sneering dinosaurs. Capcom have definitely stretched the elements of ‘’Panic Horror’’ in the game, giving the audience the same thrills, but adding some new creative dimensions. Like for instance, the character can walk while shooting, these small snippets make the game more accessible. The controls though, are pretty much the same.

Type: Review
Game: L.A. Noire (Xbox 360)
Posted: April 13, 2012 (06:31 AM)
I have never seen a game like LA Noire before. When it comes to facial expressions and character development, this game strikes a gold mine of complete astonishment. The developers Team Bondi and Rockstar have done a wonderful job of incorporating real life traits, even a simple smile from protagonist Cole Phelps, will enlighten the gamer. The game is a phenomenon and is a gold buckle on Rockstar’s long plated belt.

Type: Review
Game: Dead Space 2 (PlayStation 3)
Posted: April 12, 2012 (02:50 PM)
Horror games will always make your heart shudder and scream. Dead Space 2 takes your heart and speaks to it, prods it, haunts it, overwhelms the valves, chills the blood that passes through the veins. If your eyes aren’t compatible for frightening experiences, then this game isn’t for you, please utilize your gaming skills elsewhere. Dead Space 2 is the sequel to the very popular Dead Space, a game that was rich in quality and diversity, swarming with Necromorphs that want to extract the blood a...

Type: Review
Game: inFAMOUS 2 (PlayStation 3)
Posted: April 10, 2012 (11:27 AM)
Here we a have a sequel that you can proudly call brilliant. Infamous 2 even betters its predecessor; it overtakes it like a rally car with incomparable velocity. It’s a sandbox classic, with enough punch and grace to enlighten the man or woman who chooses to jump in. Yet again you play as Cole, a man with an electrical heart, and a scarred mind. He is one of the most enigmatic protagonists ever seen in my opinion, in the gaming world that is. He leaves Empire City in the past, and uses New Mara...

Type: Review
Game: Final Fantasy VII (PlayStation)
Posted: April 09, 2012 (02:00 PM)
Final Fantasy VII will empower you; it will place a fireball of compassion and grace in you heart. The fire will enhance and grow. Your mind will inhabit a great deal of pleasure, when playing a game, which is simply engrossing and mind-blowing. Final Fantasy VII will leap into your lap like a lovable dog, that you will pet for hours. With a storyline that will take your cognition afar, with great cinematics and flair, this game will attach onto you like a parachute, you will jump and you will l...

Type: Review
Game: Silent Hill: Downpour (Xbox 360)
Posted: April 07, 2012 (10:05 AM)
Silent Hill is back; the franchise has been reshaped to fit the survival horror puzzle yet again. But is it cohesive and brilliant, does it touch the inner core of fright? Does it iron the collar of amazement? That would be no. It is a game that offers some scary snippets, some spooky moments, but that’s that, it doesn’t have the same structure, the same cycle of fear. It doesn’t haunt the mind as much as prior Silent Hill fixtures; you have go out in the wide terrains to find trepidation.
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Type: Review
Game: Mass Effect 3 (Xbox 360)
Posted: March 30, 2012 (09:52 AM)
The hype that surrounded Mass Effect 3 was bursting from the seams. A game that has ruffled the collar of the RPG genre, a game that is a prime example of virtual excellence, I can only praise it with sweet tender love. EA and Bioware have pushed the boundaries, massaging the heart and core of brilliance, utilizing their skills to the very limit, stretching the tendon of profound imagination. As the player you can get pushed into the deep end, or you can let the intriguing storyline unfold. It’s...

Type: Review
Game: Dead Island (Xbox 360)
Posted: March 28, 2012 (06:45 AM)
At first, I honestly thought Dead Island would have been flawed greatly, a game that would only be eligible for the bottom shelf. But I was wrong. Dead Island is actually very well composed and structured accordingly. It can be rough around the edges, it does have its bugs, but I thought its riveting storyline bombarded and killed off the aftertaste. When I placed it into the console, I thought, yet another zombie game that lacks bite and quality. But I was surprised by the depth and intensity. ...

Type: Review
Game: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (Xbox 360)
Posted: March 25, 2012 (02:16 PM)
Resident Evil games have become a prime inclusion is gamer diets over the years. It’s a brand that has pushed boundaries in the survival horror genre, fastening itself onto the gaming world like a parachute waiting to engage and open. The storylines have always been profound and intriguing, gory and frightening. If you delve your head and mind into the under soil of these games, you will find gold. Capcom worked tirelessly to rejuvenate the genre, back in the nineties, with Resident Evil one and...
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