Find-games Review Competition!
Published: Monday, December 14, 2009
Information on our monthly review competition
Every month there's a £50 Play.com voucher up for grabs in our Find-games review competition. To be in with a chance of winning the prize, all you have to do is write a review about a game of your choice.
How To Enter
- Simply use the search bar at the top of the page to find the game you want to write a review on.
- Click on the 'Enter £50 Review Competition' button.
- Start typing.
- Click on Submit Review.
The Find-games team will choose the best review at the end of the month and notify the lucky winner by email.
See below for a list of recent winners.
Jake Sommers - October 2010
"Enslaved casts you as Monkey, a recently enslaved man so-called for his climbing ability and his agressive but caring nature. The opening sequence does a brilliant job of introducing you to the mechanics of the game, set to the backdrop of a slave ship falling from the sky. It is after crash landing that you meet your companion Trip, who enslaves you (again!) and tasks you with taking her home or facing death" Read more
John Haines - September 2010
"The story of Battlefield: Bad Company 2, sadly, can only be experienced in single-player. It centres around the protagonist (you) named Marlowe, who is a member of a special-ops squad named "Bad Company", hence the title of the game. While not wanting to spoil any of the storyline for you, I will say that I found it quite engaging and very dramatic! However, it can feel a bit short, only taking 6 or so hours to complete." Read more
Philip - August 2010
"Glance and you'll miss it, but look closely enough at the bottom of the game case and you will see a small sticker. This sticker reads, 'This game was not developed, approved, or licensed by the owners or creators of George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead'. This text simultaneously aims to deny any breaches of copyright whilst confirming by association that the game and the film are similar enough to warrant such a qualifying message in the first place. So is this just marketing genius to get the zombie fans salivating or a genuine instruction from Capcom's legal department? I guess we'll never know..." Read more
Paul Martin - July 2010
"Since Batman: Arkham Asylum questions have been asked why more well known brands such as Superman, Spiderman and Transformers haven't been able to produce the creative genius that Rocksteady studios produced in 2009. On June 25th 2010 Transformers: War of Cybertron was released on multiple platforms. The game was developed by High Moon Studios who are renowned for their previous outing The Bourne Conspiracy, which didn't receive many high praises from critics or the public." Read more
Simick Sofat - June 2010
"Join John Marston, a former outlaw and awesome cowboy, in this stunning Wild West adventure. Betrayed by his gang and left for dead, the player must travel across picturesque landscapes typical of the era. By the creators of GTA IV enjoy a stunning, interactive experience in one of the oldest and most popular media genres and take an active part in the ultimate spaghetti western in which you make the choices. " Read more
Paul Martin - May 2010
"Are you afraid of the dark? It's a question that will haunt you throughout your playthrough of Alan Wake. Developed by Remedy Entertainment (Most renowned for creating the Max Payne series) and Published by Microsoft the game had been originally announced in 2001 or at least the games early planning stages had been. At E3 2005 Alan Wake emerged into the limelight with mind blowing ideas and promised a story driven action, horror, survival game that would make you scream for more when the final credits appear on the screen. That said Remedy have not fallen short on their promise." Read more