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Wide Open Privacy - a review Two of AVG's senior execs give advice on how to manage privacy in the digital age.
Actually the title of interest here is Tom Clancy’s: Ghost Recon Future Soldier, a title in its self heralds the complexity of game-play to come. …
Still feel like being a virtual badass? Even after you had a feast of recent games such as infamous 2 and Batman: Arkham City, well…
Steam-punk sea battles with blimps, swashbuckling heroes, Tesla coils, teleportation and other Jules Verne inspired imagery and adventure.
Sprinting around the countryside of Amalur is certainly a different experience from that of trudging around the world of Skyrim, and that is ok, despite…
For those that missed out on the guilty pleasures of Burnout Crash! on PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 can now cause carnage on their iPhone,…
Here is a title from Sega that may get lost in the crowd. One that starts shakily when viewed through Western eyes, but ultimately redeems…
The fastest selling video game on the PlayStation Network, has no dialogue, a short life span, no guns, not too much in the way of…
The Reapers have come to Earth, and despite having a galaxy of friendly and well-armed allies, only Commander Shepard is equipped to save the human…
Still playing catch up with the reviews from 2011, here is a look at the final (!?) Gears of War game on the Xbox 360…

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