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Games reviews: From China to the Reich

By Marc Cieslak
Reporter, BBC Click

A look at some of the latest video games to go on sale, ranging from kung-fu to first person shooters. The three titles below have been reviewed exclusively for the web.

Invincible Tiger: The legend of Han Tao

The Invincible Tiger: The legend of Han Tao sends the player across China in search of the stolen Star of Destiny.

This kung-fu game is old-fashioned in style, but offers a modern twist in digital stereoscopic 3D technology.

But users will need a 3D-ready television to experience the title's added dimension.

Formats: PS3, Xbox360

Publisher: Namco Bandai

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Wolfenstein

In Wolfenstein, the gamer is sent on a special mission into the heart of the Reich to investigate evidence of the Nazi's possession of a new and mysterious power.

The gamer must fight the Nazis who are harnessing the power of a dark parallel dimension called The Veil to create a powerful weapon.

This first person shooter has a tried and tested gaming formula but it is executed with a great deal of polish.

Formats: PS3, Xbox 360, PC

Publisher: Activision

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G.I Joe: The Rise of Cobra

This game complements this summer's film release of the same title. The player takes control of the G.I Joe team to fight the dark forces of Cobra.

New characters with new weapons are unlocked as the mission progresses - but the game tests the limits of the player's frustration.

Formats: PS3, Xbox 360, PS2, DS, Wii, PSP

Publisher: E.A.

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