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Less Space, More Guns And No Elevators – Mass Effect 2 Review

MASS EFFECT 2 (2010) – BIOWARE

Shepard, Miranda and Thane look to wage war on the EA logo

Back when I reviewed the original Mass Effect near to a year ago, I claimed that it was a fine game and a excellent space opera produced at the first attempt by Bioware, but that it could do with a bit of refinement. When the long-anticipated sequel was released in 2010, it seemed to have done the trick amongst critics – instantly becoming one of the best reviewed games of this generation. But having played it myself, I can’t quite agree with the unanimous praise for the game; it is undoubtedly a superior product overall, but something about it doesn’t quite click. Continue reading Less Space, More Guns And No Elevators – Mass Effect 2 Review

IGN’s Top 100 Modern Games: The List In Full And Analysis

And so here we are: IGN has completed its countdown of what it feels to be the Top 100 ‘Modern Games’. If you don’t feel like clicking through one hundred different screens, I have saved you the trouble by compiling the results into this list along with information on the games release and developers. Be aware that this list as a result will contain massive spoilers: you have been warned. If you want the original format then go to IGN’s site here, otherwise without further ado, from 100 down to number 1, here is the list: Continue reading IGN’s Top 100 Modern Games: The List In Full And Analysis