Last week saw the complimentary release of Mass Effect 3: The Extended Cut, a batch of downloadable content that was designed to assuage growing discord among a vocal majority of the series’ fans, but was always predestined to be a superfluous disappointment.
As the dust fell on Microsoft’s 2011 Spring Showcase it wasn’t just the Xbox 360’s – on the go from midday until midnight – which were relieved to have survived.
2010 has seen its fair share of videogame history, from the unveiling of Kinect and Move, first ventures into gesture control from Microsoft and Sony respectively, to the confirmation that Duke Nukem Forever actually lives; but what hammered on the door for attention and stood out from the rest? Without further ado, here are our ten best games of 2010.
Games review roundup: Halo: Reach; RUSE; Sports Champions; Grease: The Video Game and our Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep competition
A weekly review roundup of the newest games available, this week featuring our Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep competition; Bungie bowing out of the Halo franchise with Halo: Reach; tactical manoeuvres in RUSE; a look at PS3 Move’s Sports Champions and any dance moves courtesy Pink Ladies and T-Birds in Grease: The Video Game.
When Microsoft announced they had a ‘very special announcement’ concerning both Bungie’s Halo: Reach and Manchester United footballer Rio Ferdinand as you might expect the assembled press were more than a little bit baffled.
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