cackw Kanes Wrath is a stand alone expansion but there is alot to offer. With the exsisting 3 factions GDI,Brotherhood of N.O.D. and the Alien scum race The Scin. There are now 2 extra side factions to coinside with each major faction.Each side faction specialises in certain areas much like Command and Conquer:Generals on PC .Example,The Black Hand of NOD specialise in flame so they are able to get a special napalm upgrade for their flame units . The introduction of mega units to each side is very much an awesome welcome to Kanes Wrath along with the new Control Stick (but i’ll get into that in a little bit).

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indy For those of you who don’t know, Lego Indiana Jones – The Original Adventures – is a game where all the characters, vehicles, and parts of the environments are made of every kids favourite building blocks – Lego.

A lot of us were first introduced to this concept with Lego – Star Wars, and the novel gameplay overlaid with the whole Lego thing provided a pleasant surprise to all but hardest of core gamers. I mean – we all love Lego right?

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grid Codemasters have a long list of reasonably well respected racing games. TOCA Touring Car Championship was released towards the end of 1997 and proved popular in territories like Australia where motorsports are very prolific. A number of sequels followed and the TOCA series was renamed V8 Supercars in Australia and New Zealand. 2006 saw Codemasters bring out TOCA Race Driver 3 which continued with the theme of ever expanding motorsports available to contest. Race Driver GRID is the evolution of the TOCA series, a mix between the arcade and simulation type racing games and is probably best described as a hybrid of the two.

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mgs4 Metal Gear Solid 4 is perhaps the first PlayStation 3 exclusive title to really get people fired up. While games such as GT Prologue and Uncharted did cause a spark, they simply did not have as much of an impact. MGS4 brings a much loved PlayStation franchise to the more powerful PS3 hardware. The Metal Gear games have a certain stigma to them though.

Full of nuance, finicky control schemes and absolutely absurd storylines. It has very much fallen into the "love it or hate it" category. Most people who have played through MGS4 will say that those who did not like the previous Metal Gear games are unlikely to enjoy MGS4. I disagree. I have played the previous Metal Gear Solid games. Not more than three hours each…but I played them.

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