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BioShock Infinite harbours some lofty ambitions as it paints its picture of American exceptionalism
A clever, if necessarily limited, mix of gameplay styles
All is far from rosy in this eco-warrier revamp
Some solid shooting done well, but there's precious little new here
Like the ruined husk of Hadley's Hope however any signs of life are missing.
The heroes and bad guys that we'd love to see in the film, even if just for a split second.
CD Projekt confirms 2014 release of the studio's final game in the Witcher series.
Rockstar end GTA V release specualtion, but fans face a longer wait than they'd thought.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has confirmed a huge number of new games and services coming to Wii U over the coming months.
From star-spangled banners to gargantuan statues of the Founding Fathers, BioShock Infinite's spectacular setting is awash with the trappings of the land of the free.
Ron Gilbert takes us on an adventure of puzzlement, sarcasm and spelunking in Double Fine's latest release.
Platinum Games' latest brawler is less than the sum of its parts.
With 2013 upon us we look forward to the videogames worth getting excited about.
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Sorry Ratchet & Clank fans, this is far from the return to form you've been waiting for.