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gamezone DEAD SPACE 3 PS3 PS39.99 The Dead Space duo to date has caused a massive stir in the console world, delivering an awesome intergalactic pair of adventures that thrilled and chilled in equal measure. The third outing focuses on Isaac Clarke and merciless soldier John Carver, who embark on a journey through space to discover the source of the Necromorph outbreak. Crash-landed on the frozen planet of Tau Volantis - which hides the key to ending the plague forever - you'll need to withstand avalanches, treacherous ice-climbs and the violent wilderness in order to unearth it. Add into the mix the most incredible weapon-crafting mechanics ever seen in a game of this kind and you undoubtedly have the finest release yet in the franchise. SCRIBBLENAUTS UNLIMITED Wii U PS44.99 Scribblenauts Unlimited sits somewhere comfortably between game and software demonstration, holding a vast vocabulary in its back-end that players can draw upon to conjure almost any object or person their brain can come up with. These are used to solve puzzles throughout, such as calling upon a bone to help a hungry dog. Things get a lot trickier than that, as Maxwell and Lily's adventure continues, and it's the more bizarre suggestions that you throw at the game which will bring the most enjoyment - for example a vampire in a floating bath! An entertaining and taxing challenge to puzzle fans, as well as young gamers with big imaginations. ALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES Xbox 360 PS37.99 More space shooting is on the horizon, as Aliens: Colonial Marines drafts you into a US Colonial Marine squad preparing to face an Aliens assault more intense and horrific than ever before. The original storyline manages to keep the atmospheric look and feel of the original films while pulling on the gaming tricks to create a new interactive Aliens experience. And fans of the films will revel in the weaponry that ranges from classic pulse rifles to flame-throwers. Using a squad-based combat system, you'll need your wits about you to clear out the claustrophobic environments and no shortage of jump-out-of-your-seat surprises.
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Publication:Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Feb 10, 2013
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