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Sony on the Naughty List? PSN hacked for Christmas

by SeanPWallaceon 26/12/2014
In case you’ve been too busy buying and wrapping presents this December to keep up with the news, Sony has been recovering from ‘hacks’ into their email system, purportedly over the release of The Interview. The same ‘hackers’ – who likely had some help from inside of Sony to breach their amazing digital fortresses – promised […]

The Swapper (PlayStation) Review

by Sai Mealingon 30/07/2014
In a time when virtually anybody with the right skills and enough perseverance can make a game, indie platformers aren’t exactly in short supply. Each month, it seems as though Steam, PSN and the iOS App Store are rife with a multitude of different takes on what is possibly gaming’s most iconic genre. Finding a […]

Battlefield Hardline: Hands-on preview

by Sai Mealingon 11/06/2014
In a time when E3 audiences are growing larger and considerably more remote, EA shook things up on Monday by announcing closed PC and PS4 betas for Battlefield:Hardline which opened immediately and with extremely limited available places. The internet predictably shit itself at that point as the hordes piled onto Battlelog, Origin and PSN hoping […]

Titan Attacks! Review

by Sai Mealingon 06/05/2014
The indie market really seems to have taken off with the adoption of downloadable distribution in the last generation. Without this quick and relatively cheap way to deliver to the consoles masses, it’s unlikely that many of the most cherished games of the last few years would exist and the gap between consoles and PC’s seems to […]

Looking Back At My Eurogamer Experiences

by James Buckinghamon 02/04/2014
The Eurogamer Expo for me has become an annual pilgrimage to London to properly geek out in a gaming sense. I don’t get to do that very often, whereas for my inner movie geek I can do that at the cinema, for my comic geek I can spend a day in Forbidden Planet. Having kids, […]

Sid Meier’s Civilization: Revolution will be free to Xbox Live Gold Subscribers in March

by Sai Mealingon 28/02/2014
As part of the Microsoft Games With Gold program, the Xbox 360 version of Sid Meier’s Civilization: Revolution will be made available at no charge to all Xbox Live Gold Subscribers next month. This announcement was apparently confirmed via official sources linked with the WorthPlaying account on Twitter. WorthPlaying have previously been responsible for breaking […]

South Park: The Stick of Truth will be censored in the UK and Europe

by Sai Mealingon 25/02/2014
Ubisoft have today confirmed that the European version of South Park: The Stick of Truth will be censored across all formats. This news follows a recent announcement that changes were made to the Australian version of the game in response to advice from the age ratings Classification Board in that country. The EMEA-region version (which […]

Girl Fight

by James Buckinghamon 14/11/2013
It’s not every day you get abducted and jacked into The Matrix Mainframe, forced to battle it out with others to get back to reality. It’s even less common for those abducted to be scantily-clad, big breasted beauties with psychic abilities. Oh… this is a fighting game? Well then this is prettymuch just a day […]

Beyond: Two Souls Review

by Sai Mealingon 16/10/2013
It’s not always possible for a video game to be a jack of all trades. If last month’s Grand Theft Auto V taught us anything then it’s that some developers have the power to successfully create an experience that combines simulated sports and action with hollwood-eque narrative and on a level that just works. These […]

Skydive: Proximity Flight

by James Buckinghamon 14/10/2013
Remember those ethereal dreams we have where we can fly? Mine always took the form of an Icarus-esque vision of having my own wings… and that’s obviously not going to happen (without some freaky future genetic engineering going on). However some real-life experiences can get close to that, and skydiving is possibly the best example […]