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    Access Episode 19 on PSN

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    at 04:01pm February 1 2012
    Access Vita

    It’s February the 1st, and you know what that means right? Yep, three weeks from now PlayStation Vita hits the UK with its stunning looks, innovative control features and stonking launch line-up. Speaking of which, Access Episode 19 is on the Store later today and features Uncharted: Golden Abyss as Game of the Week. Watch it and be amazed – it’s handheld gaming taken to an entirely new level.

    Access episode 15 on PSN today

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    at 03:35pm January 4 2012
    Access

    Happy New Year PlayStation fans! If you’re still smarting from post-Christmas blues then chin-up, because Access TV is back on the PlayStation Store and looking ahead to a 2012 packed with awesome. Episode 15 takes a look at the biggest and best PS3 games from the coming 12 months, including Mass Effect 3, BioShock Infinite and (of course) Grand Theft Auto 5.

    Top Spin 4 sends our man tennis mad

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    at 04:02pm November 15 2011
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    Top Spin 4′s the best tennis game on PS3. Sadly, that hasn’t meant happy times for Rob Pearson – battling tennis cyborg Roger Federer time and again has sent him stir-crazy. Can he finally overcome the Swiss swinger?

    Skyrim preview – three hours in

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    at 03:12pm October 17 2011
    Skyrim PS3 screens Orc2

    Well that was the quickest character creation in the history of Tamriel. Why? I’ve only got three-hours with Bethesda’s life-swallowing epic and I’m not about to waste it fiddling about with the nostril depth of my high-elf. So it’s Nord, handsome preset face number 1, and go.

    Access episode 4 on PSN now

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    at 06:08pm October 12 2011
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    It’s that time of the week again where a new episode of Access drops onto the PlayStation Store, bursting with HD gaming goodies. This week, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations goes under the Game of the Week spotlight, as Access takes an in-depth look at Ezio’s new range of stabby fighting moves. 

    PES 2012 review

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    at 03:18pm September 27 2011
    PES 2012 review

    When you think about it, PES is a lot like Arsenal. Untouchable for the first half of the past decade, pioneers of glorious, sweeping football and the scorn of many a fatpursed pretender to the title, but now dented by successive years of failure and seemingly lacking the mettle to challenge at the very top. And while PES still can’t quite overhaul the behemoth that is FIFA, some new additions…

    Driver: San Francisco online review

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    at 07:02pm September 26 2011
    Driver San Francisco PS3 review online

    Playing Driver: San Francisco online is a bit like being in that ridiculous car chase scene from The Matrix Reloaded. If you haven’t seen it (you lucky thing), it involves a bunch of car-hopping agents that can possess any driver on the highway, essentially turning their cars into four-wheeled bullets. Bullets that are then aimed directly at you.

    Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2

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    at 03:17pm August 17 2011
    Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 PS3 Review

    Don’t play this if you fall into any one of the following three categories: A) you’re a lifelong fan of the books, B) you enjoy the movies, or C) you’re anyone else. This is a game that epitomises lazy movie tie-ins.

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