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Liam Smith

Liam Smith

Liam Smith is a student living in Sydney, Australia. His favorite games are Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Fable series, Mass Effect series, the Assassins Creed series and Call of Duty.

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Madden 12 Preview

Sunday, 19 June 2011 12:05 Published in Coming Soon

The newest installment of the yearly Madden franchise has major improvements to the presentation, Superstar mode, Franchise and physics of the tackling game.

New additions have been made to the game such as custom play books, improvement on game flow. New collision technology has been added allowing the player to control the tackler up until the point of impact, 100 new tackle animations and 40 new gang tackles.

Brink: Review

Thursday, 12 May 2011 12:12 Published in Reviews

The highly publicized Brink is a fresh new game with gameplay that has never been done before, it is a first person shooter with a focus on free running and multiplayer modes.

The game on paper sounds great but is sadly held back by repetition, graphical problems and a boring storyline that takes a big chunk out of the fun factor. Brink is set in the near future, on top of a floating city called the Ark, the city is split into two areas, one belonging to the security force and the other belonging to a rebel force.

Mass Effect 3 Preview

Wednesday, 11 May 2011 06:38 Published in Coming Soon

Mass Effect 3 starts of at Commander Shepard on trial for the events of Mass Effect 2 Arrival DLC. While the trial is taking place the Reapers attack Earth, Shepard escapes from the planet to gather support from the other alien civilizations to take back Earth, the pro Human organization Cerberus is back and have decided to turn against him/her for unspecified reasons. Cerberus agents will be the main enemies that the player will fight.


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