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The Godfather – Review

According to the ever popular Internet Movie Database The Godfather by Francis Ford Coppola is the best movie of all time—debatable I guess, but a very good movie nevertheless that spawned an entire sub-genre of epic Mafia dramas. It is the blueprint for all following tales of immigration and integration, the pursuit of happiness, morale and honour, filth and fury, us versus them, inside versus outside, the family versus the rest of the world.

The Godfather – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB this game contains Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language and Suggestive Themes.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion – Second Opinion

By and large, I find Mike's review of Oblivion to be nearly as flawless as the game itself. Everything he said in his main review about the game's beautiful graphics, playability and scope I agree with wholeheartedly. It really is stunning to walk all the way to the mountains at the end of the map, then turn around and be able to see the main city in the distance. Where his opinions and mine diverge, however, is on the subject of the game's lack of focus.

Wik: Fable of Souls – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Fantasy Violence

Wik: Fable of Souls

Wik: Fable of Souls

Game Description: A beautiful and mysterious world of fairytale charm unfolds in Wik: Fable of Souls as you swing by your ... tongue? Wik offers up more than 120 single-player levels and seven different modes of play. Up to four players can join in on the fun in multiplayer modes, where an action frenzy of firebug-dodging, acorn-spitting, and swing-chasing mayhem is sure to satisfy!

Wik: Fable of Souls – Review

Author's note: Before writing this review, I was undecided between a piece that connected to the current state of the industry or dashing out a fun quickie. I couldn't decide, so here's both. Smarties, start at part 1. People who want to get to the point, skip to part 2.

Sensible Soccer 2006

With insane speed, spectacular goals with loads of after-touch, gripping gameplay and a zoomed out camera for the best view of the pitch it's all in the return of Sensible Soccer.

And on top of everything loved by millions comes new features, including replays with typical Sensible Soccer humour that feature caricatured players with the biggest heads you've ever seen in football!

Sensible Soccer 2006 – Review

For a good few hours in single-player, and more generally in short multiplayer bursts, the game is entertaining and addictive, but I'm afraid it needed to be damn near perfect to fully justify its simplicity, live up to its heritage and make a lasting dent on the market.

Hitman: Blood Money – Second Opinion

I agree with Andrew that Blood Money feels different from past Hitman games, and not always for the better, but I don't agree that it relies less on stealth. Depending on one's perspective, stealth is more important in Blood Money than ever before.

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