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Could the Castle Wolfenstein movie be the first decent game adaptation?

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The original Nazi-blasting first-person shooter is more than 30 years old, but perhaps leaving it so long before turning it into a movie is a blessing in disguiseIf there's one thing that unites all video-game movie adaptations, it's that they're all unremittingly ghastly. But if there's another thing, it's probably...
Could the Castle Wolfenstein movie be the first decent game adaptation?

This week's new games

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Darksiders II, PC, PS3 & Xbox 360In the original Darksiders you played War, one of the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.This time it's Death's turn as he races through the underworld in an effort to save War by ravaging legions of hell spawn, solving cathedral-filling block-and-lever puzzles and riding his...
This week's new games
Battle evil through the ages with Time Defenders

Electronic Arts beats street for Q4 on decent game sales with $1.04 billon in revenue and EPS of $0.55

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Today Electronic Arts (EA) reported its fourth quarter financial performance, including revenue of $1.04 billon and earnings per share of $0.55. Analysts had expected the company to earn $0.50 per share on revenue of $1 billion. With analyst expectations beat by a margin, EA is doing slightly better than expected, but that doesn’t mean...
Electronic Arts beats street for Q4 on decent game sales with $1.04 billon in revenue and EPS of $0.55

Star Trek - review

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PC, PS3, Xbox 360; Namco Bandai; £34.99-£39.99Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewArriving in time to ride the wave of hype preceding the new film, Star Trek the game tells a side story about Kirk and Spock buddying up to save the galaxy from a doomsday device stolen by...
Star Trek - review

Aliens: Colonial Marines - review

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Xbox 360, PS3 & PC; Sega; £24.99-£39.99Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewThe makers of Aliens: Colonial Marines clearly adore its filmic inspiration, and this is never clearer than in the flickering, claustrophobic corridors of the abandoned colony on planet LV-426. Later, when you're shooting human mercenaries and half-heartedly...
Aliens: Colonial Marines - review

Fabrice Muamba the refugee who has made football his home

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A meeting recalled with the modest, promising young player who was filled with hope after fleeing a civil warThere is something deeply chilling when a young, apparently fit, professional footballer can suddenly be face down on the turf and it is very apparent, just from the speed at which people...
Fabrice Muamba the refugee who has made football his home
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