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Blacklight: Tango Down Review 
If you’re looking for a deep and meaningful story, you won’t find it here.
360 Blur Beta Available To All This Week
Bizarre Creations’ lead designer Gareth Wilson has stated that the Blur beta will hopefully be made available to all Xbox 360 users this week.Speaking on Kotaku’s podcast, Wilson commented that the plan for the open beta is to get it out by 6 April – tomorrow.“We basically ran out of code, so next week we are going to go live with the whole thing publically so anyone can download it,” said Wilson.Wilson also explained that we won’t be seeing the beta come to any system other than the Xbox 360.”Why didn’t it come to the PS3?
Lost Planet 2 Cut For 360 Due To DVD Constraints
Capcom has revealed it had to cut content from the Xbox 360 version of Lost Planet 2 due to DVD size restrictions.
Monster Hunter Coming To 360
Capcom has announced that it is porting PC-only monster hunting MMO Monster Hunter Frontier to the Xbox 360 in Japan.The news comes from the Xbox Japan event, via Kotaku, with Capcom revealing that the 2007 PC MMO will hit the Xbox 360 in summer.The idea appears to be to start off with a 360 closed beta in May, with the launch to happen in summer.
Modern Warfare 2 Patch Coming To 360 Soon
Robert Bowling has revealed that the latest Modern Warfare 2 PC patch will also be coming to 360 and PS3.The patch contains a number of small tweaks and fixes, as well as “Fix to prevent various XP hacks, including the prevention of obtaining negative XP,” and will be coming to consoles soon according to Bowling’s fourzerotwo blog.Check the PC patch notes we put up yesterday for more details.
Left 4 Dead 2 Fixes Coming To 360 Soon
Valve has revealed that the PC Left 4 Dead 2 patches will be coming to 360 later this month.The notes for last night’s PC patch, which you can see below, contain notes that “These and all previous fixes will be coming to the 360 later this month.”Good news for 360 users, as these patches fix a number of rather pressing issues.
James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game 
Your initial reaction to Avatar will, if you pick it up, be positive.
Assassin’s Creed 2 Review [360/PS3]
It’s been centuries, and your bloodline is still potent with hatred for the Templars, you just don’t know it yet as you cause havoc on the streets of Florence, getting into fights and romancing girls you should really be staying away from.But it all comes to a head pretty quickly for Ezio, the protagonist of this story if you didn’t know, and his carefree life crumbles around him when he sees his father and two brothers hanged, his sister abused and his mother raped.
Left 4 Dead 2 Review 
The daylight won’t save you. While it might’ve initially worried us that several of Left 4 Dead’s campaigns are set in the bright, sunny day, it doesn’t make things less tense.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Review 
You need time to deal with Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Mass Effect 2 Hands-On Preview 
Tim McDonald tries to work out whether Mass-ive improvements will have an Effect on the quality of BioWare’s highly-anticipated action-RPG sequel.
Mass Effect 2 Hands-On Preview 
Mass Effect 2 is out in January. This is exciting, and this is something I want to reiterate: Mass Effect 2 is out in January.
Borderlands Review 
Borderlands has a lot to live up to. Earlier this year, Gearbox Software’s Randy Pitchford told us that if you like Fallout 3 “you should absolutely get Borderlands”. Many hours of gameplay – and a gazillion weapons – later, it’s safe to say that there are elements of truth in his statement. But only elements.
Left 4 Dead 360 Demo Released – PC Tomorrow
The pre-purchase demo for Left 4 Dead 2 on the PC has been slightly delayed.XBox 360 pre-purchasers have nothing to fear, the demo is now available and you can get stuck in.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Review 
It would be foolish to pretend that IncGamers is the first website to publish a review of PES 2010.
NBA 2K10 Review 
With NBA Live 10 delivering the finest game we’ve seen from the series in quite some time, it’s now up to the NBA 2K series to show that it’s still the king of the court.
Forza Motorsport 3 Review 
There’s something about a well crafted racing simulator that draws you in to an extent that you just don’t experience with the majority of games; something that grabs you with a vice-like grip and refuses to let go.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 Review 
It must be baffling for the guys at Marvel. They’ve got a decades old treasure trove of characters that are known intimately by people who couldn’t even name their country’s leader (myself for instance.
Stoked Review 
A couple of hours into Stoked and you may begin to question the ethics of the game.
Avatar: The Game Preview [360/PS3]
Movie games aren’t good, right? Aren’t they those things that everyone always goes on about being cheap, soulless products that serve no purpose other than to act as an expensive piece of merchandising for whatever movie they’re tied to?
NHL 10 Review 
Following the success of NHL ’09, it was always going to be difficult for EA Sports to meet expectations with its next hockey game.
NBA Live 10 Review 
Wow, what a difference a year can make. After years in the shadow of the NBA 2K series it seems that EA has decided enough is enough and has given NBA Live 10 the makeover the franchise has sorely needed. The jump made from last year is massive, with noticeable improvements in almost every area – from the gameplay to the presentation, the team at EA Canada has seemingly left no stone unturned in their bid to return to the top of the NBA videogame tree.It all starts with the on-court action, or more specifically with the players themselves. In comparison to last year, each member of your team reacts much more realistically both on offence and defence. Gone is the one-dimensional feel of last year’s game – in which most players were only effective in very specific situations – and it’s replaced by a model that allows each individual to stamp their mark on the game in a variety of ways. For example, the Hornets’ Chris Paul is now as effective distributing the ball around the outside as he is at driving to the basket and executing a quick pass to the open man to tuck away. It gives the game a much more realistic flow, giving you license to experiment with different player combinations and preventing the need to rely on the same plays over and over again depending on your on-court line-up.This extra freedom is largely a result of significant improvement in two major areas – collision detection and the quality of the AI. Whereas Live 09 consistently allowed you to simply dribble past players, with no discernable effort to slow you down made by your opposition, the collision detection mechanic employed this time around means that – even if the defender doesn’t make an attempt to block – the fact that you’re running straight at them invariably slows you down. This results in a slighter slower and more deliberate pace to the game, forcing you take stock of what the defence is doing so that you can plan your next move accordingly.There are still a few dodgy moments in which collisions cause you to raise your eyebrows in disbelief.
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising  Review
It’s been a long while, but it’s finally here. And no, this is not an intro to one of our war diaries, nor is it the transcript of our video interviews.
Guitar Hero 5 Review 
It’s been a long and rocky road for Neversoft. Once Harmonix departed from the Guitar Hero franchise, Activision employed the company, best known for the Tony Hawk series, to make Guitar Hero 3.
Risen Review 
I must admit that, for the first few hours playing Risen, I fell into the same trap that the developer apparently did.
Tekken 6 Preview 
I can’t believe it’s been as long as it has since we’ve seen Tekken.
NHL 2K10 Review 
You’ve got to feel a bit sorry for 2K Sports when it comes to the NHL 2K10 series.
Halo 3: ODST Review 
I’ll be honest, I was never really looking forward to this game.
Left 4 Dead Crash Course DLC Hits Steam/360
The Crash Course DLC for Left 4 Dead has hit both PC and Xbox 360.The DLC takes the form of a short campaign that occurs between the end of the No Mercy campaign and the beginning of the Death Toll campaign, and is intended to provide “a Versus campaign which you could play through in 30 minutes.”Expect new dialogue from the original cast to aurally stimulate you through the two-map campaign, which supports co-op and Survival modes in addition to Versus.If you’re on PC, then it’s completely free – just sign into Steam.