Luke Walters

Video gamer reviewer

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Review: MotoGP 09/10 (360)

Simulation racing games have to straddle a fine line. They have to be authentic enough appease to their core audience yet the gameplay has to be accessible enough to appeal to a wider audience...

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Review: God of War III (PS3)

Despite the fact that it relies on classic gaming clichés, the God of War series proves that a game doesn’t need an open world or branching dialogue to create a great gaming experience...

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Review: Heavy Rain (PS3)

Heavy Rain innovates in a way that few games have ever succeeded. While it is by no means perfect, it can definitely be included as evidence of games as an art form. It is less a video game than an interactive choose-your-own-adventure book for adults, relying on empathy and emotion over adrenaline and cheap scares...

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Review: BioShock 2 (360)

As a standalone game, BioShock 2 is above average, but, as a sequel to one of the best first-person shooters of all time, it is underwhelming...

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Review: Dark Void (360)

If you’ve played the demos or read about Dark Void and think it might be up your alley, my advice would be to either rent it on a snowy weekend or wait for it to come down in price substantially...

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Review: The Saboteur (360)

For fans of sandbox games, this will likely tide you over for a month or two until the next GTA contender pops up. For fans of adventure and stealth games, this one's a toss-up at best...

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10 Great Games for Kids and Parents

Here’s a list of 10 great, recent games you can have fun playing with anyone in your family without worrying about questionable content. They make great gifts (hint, hint) ...

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Review: C.O.P.: The Recruit (DS)

C.O.P.: The Recruit aspires to shoehorn the GTA experience onto the DS, but it just simply does not do so...

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Review: Call of Duty — Modern Warfare 2 (360)

Modern Warfare 2 makes significant improvements in almost every aspect of this already excellent gaming franchise and exceeds already high expectations...

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Review: Wizard of Oz — Beyond the Yellow Brick Road (DS)

Although it is, by no means, on the level of Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, or even Pokémon, it's an above average RPG with a lot to offer the casual gamer looking for a portable adventure...

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