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Batman: Year One Review

Batman: Year One is not my first graphic novel revolving around the “caped crusader”, but it did make me aware of how Batman came to be. I gained most of my Batman knowledge through the various films throughout the years, but they all seem tame in comparison to Batman: Year One. The novel is dark and gritty and it’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t have at least one flaw, even Batman. Whether the pain is emotional or physical, Batman: Year One really reminds you that Batman is just an ordinary man putting the weight of a city on his shoulders.

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Burnout Paradise: Bikes Pack DLC Review

Bikes are fun to drive, but not much fun to crash...

It's nighttime and we've got motorcycles prowling down the street. Sounds so very cool (doesn't it), but I find myself rather disappointed with the new Bikes DLC for Burnout Paradise. I feel that "disappointed" may be too strong of a word since the pack is 100% free, but at the same time I don't find the game any more enjoyable with the added content.

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Frontlines: Fuel of War (360) Review

Yes, Frontlines looks like every other shooter you've ever played.

I remember when Frontlines was first announced; it was my most anticipated shooter (before COD4 existed in any form) and I have had high hopes for the game ever since. Sadly I can't really say many good things about the game. I can say that it has a lot of potential, but I wouldn't take that as much of a compliment.

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Rocketmen: Axis of Evil (360) Review

It may be called Rocketmen, but sadly Elton John is not featured in this game.

Rocketmen: Axis of Evil is basically Smash TV with an attempt to add a story and RPG elements. What Puzzle Quest does for Bejewelled, Rocketmen does for Smash TV. I have to say that every time I play this game I can’t help but think of my friend Rob (aka Elton John), he is quite the rocketman! “I'm not the man they think I am at home; Oh no, no, no I'm a rocket man”, sorry I couldn’t help myself.

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Jumper: Griffon's Story (360) Review

Behold...the greatest game you'll ever play! /sarcasm

Where do I begin? I guess I can start off by firmly saying that Jumper: Griffin's Story is the worst X360 game I have ever played. I’ll get some quick points out of the way first. There’s not much to the audio in this game. There’s simple music, lackluster sound effects and while Jamie Bell does lend his voice for the game, he wasn’t given much to do. What I’m basically saying is that the audio is the best part of the game. Can you see where this review is heading already? The controls are junk and camera is terrible. I will say that the only real decent part of this game is the fighting system. Each face button corresponds to a different direction, but they never really make any use of it besides the basic attacks.

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