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Crysis: Warhead

It’s really late at night and your friends have all gone home. The beer’s still sloshing around your brain so you stick the TV on for want of anything better to do. There’s some horrible Jean Claude Van Damme film on, but instead of sensibly switching it off and going to bed you, out of some morbid fascination, keep on watching. Then, not only that, after about ten minutes of hammy villains, iron chins and big explosions, to your horror you realise that you’re actually enjoying it. Well that, right there, is Crysis: Warhead. The very first moments are a…

Death to Spies – Moment of Truth

Before I played it, I had Death to Spies described to me as Hitman in World War II. Truth be told this got me fairly excited; my love for the Hitman series (well, Blood Money anyway) runs deep so the prospect of more of the same or even similar was something I was happy with. What also happened before I played Death to Spies is that I decided not to compare it to Hitman in this review, but unfortunately that has become impossible – in fact I sort of did it in the first sentence. The comparison to Hitman is…