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Stephen Carter (Twitter, Google+) joined AVForums in 2010 as part of the gaming editorial team. He predominantly reviews the latest gaming releases, whilst also regularly appearing on the gaming podcast.

When he isn't gaming, Stephen can often be found posting his thoughts, and whatever else pops into is head, onto Twitter.

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    Lego Jurassic World PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Coinciding with the launch of the movie, we are treated to dinosaurs in Lego form which are big on humour, not scares.  
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    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Rolling PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    The Witcher 3 proves to be so large that it must be reviewed periodically to give a fair judgement.  
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    Multiplayer Gaming - What's Missing?

    by Stephen Carter
    There's something missing from multiplayer games recently, but what could it be?  
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    Borderlands: The Handsome Collection PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    The Handsome Collection sees Borderlands 2 and the Pre-Sequel launch in their most complete outings to date.  
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    The Order: 1886 PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Cinematic and graphically stunning, The Order: 1886 nails the style, but struggles to offer much substance.  
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    Dying Light PC Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Leaving Dead Island behind, Dying Light provides a more serious zombie experience with thrilling night-time sequences.  
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    2015's Most Wanted Games

    by Stephen Carter
    The Games Team discuss the games they're most looking forward to in 2015, as well as those they'll be avoiding!  
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    Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix PlayStation 3 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Kingdom Hearts 2.5 sets the wheels in motion for when the third instalment eventually lands, and what great preparation it is!  
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    LittleBigPlanet 3 PlayStation 3 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Little Big Planet 3 is probably the best instalment yet, but isn't without its flaws.  
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    Assassin's Creed: Rogue PlayStation 3 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Ste Carter takes a peek at Ubisoft's second outing in the Assassin's Creed series this year.  
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    Assassin's Creed: Unity PlayStation 4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Ste Carter takes a look at Ubisoft's latest instalment in the period assassination series.  
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    Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel PC Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Elpis doesn't quite live up to be the exciting proposition that we expected it would.  
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    Five features Destiny needs to be a better game

    by Stephen Carter
    Destiny is good, but nothing spectacular. It feels a bit barebones, so how could it be improved?  
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    Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Ste Carter looks at the latest Lord of the Rings game, hoping to find An Unexpected Adventure of good quality.  
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    Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Holmes and Watson find themselves at the epicentre of a crime epidemic across London, ranging from the curious to the bizarre.  
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    inFamous: First Light PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    First Light lays the foundations for Second Son's story, with no Delsin in sight...  
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    DLC and Season Passes: Expansions or exploitative?

    by Stephen Carter
    Are we getting value from extra content? Or is it material that should be included on the disc, and released free of charge?  
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    Madden 15 PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Madden 15 delivers plenty of changes to make this a worthwhile purchase even for those owning last year's game.  
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    LEGO Ninjago Nindroids PS Vita Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Of all the LEGO games you could buy, don't let it be this one. For the money, you could get much better than this.  
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    Lord of the Rings Video Games - a battle for quality

    by Stephen Carter
    With such a rich story and world, why haven't we seen more successful videogames from the franchise?  
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    Pre-Order Bonuses - a passing trend or a sign of things to come?

    by Stephen Carter
    Harmless means of attracting consumers or more bad practice in the games industry?  
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    Game Delays - Bad News or Good News?

    by Stephen Carter
    Developers get a bad rap for delaying their products, but should we really criticise them? Or should we be grateful?  
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    Enemy Front PS3 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    The game looks as if it's as old as the content which it takes inspiration from...  
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    Worms Battlegrounds Xbox One Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Worms is every bit as fun as it used to be. Question is, is a console version worth it?  
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    Borderlands 2 PS Vita Review

    by Stephen Carter
    The loot and shoot adventure in the palm of your hands with less looting and awkward shooting.  
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    Sly Trilogy PS Vita Review

    by Stephen Carter
    The old racoon's capers still manage to feel fresh and come to life on Vita.  
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    The Lego Movie Videogame PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Another Lego game to add to your collection, it might not be the best but it's worth a purchase nonetheless.  
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    inFAMOUS: Second Son PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Delsin Rowe blasts his way onto the PS4 and provides a thrilling experience all PS4 owners must buy.  
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    Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD PS Vita Review

    by Stephen Carter
    The two games get the treatment they deserve and will truly shine on your Vita.  
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    Surgeon Simulator iPad Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Like hacking at people's innards? Then this is the game for you...  
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    Thief PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    The original Thief was loved by PC gamers worldwide, will this re-invention be met with the same love? Ste Carter finds out...  
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    Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Despite the original version releasing only last year, the Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider proves to be a worthwhile purchase for next-gen gamers.  
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    Ratchet and Clank: Nexus PS3 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    A niche title that may get lost amongst the plethora of other titles available but is worth a look.  
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    Lego Marvel Super Heroes PS4 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    A shiny new Lego title to play on your shiny new console with all the features you love from the previous outings.  
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    Dead Rising 3 Xbox One Review

    by Stephen Carter
    A fun, if sometimes unexciting, romp through the streets of Los Peridos.  
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    Pokemon X 3DS Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Game Freak's latest outing proves to be one of its best.  
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    Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Xbox 360 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Don the cowl and the leather hat. Parrot on the shoulder is optional.  
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    Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix PS3 Review

    by Stephen Carter
    The HD package on offer here is more than enough to keep gamers going until the third title arrives.  
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    Killzone: Mercenary PS Vita Review

    by Stephen Carter
    Killzone makes a bold entrance onto the Vita and showcases exactly what the hardware is capable of.  
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    Rayman Legends Wii U Review

    by Stephen Carter
    A top drawer Rayman experience, the best to date that makes good use of the Wii U.  
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