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Dawn of War 3 Review

by Matt Gearyon 16/05/2017
Dawn of War 3 is a game that has been a long time coming. With many Warhammer 40k and RTS  fans a like eagerly anticipating its launch; myself being both of these, more so than most. Once again we take control of the Blood Ravens and their Chapter Master Gabriel Angelos, as he and his […]

Lego Dimensions – Wave 7

by Daniel Delargyon 19/11/2016
On the 18th of November, Lego Dimensions released a brand new wave of add-ons to their game, inclusing a Story Pack, as well as a number of Fun, level and Team Packs. In this wave, we see characters and levels from the worlds of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Gremlins, Adventure Time, Mission […]

3 of E3’s Biggest Flops

by Andrew Corbanon 08/06/2016
Gamers, publishers, retailers, and developers worldwide know to mark E3 on their calendars for the hottest announcements and biggest surprises in the gaming world – but we can all recall some of the show’s most legendary gaffes. From nostalgic mistakes of yesteryear to more recent digital doozies, we’ve gathered 3 of the most spectacular flops […]

Dawn of War 3 Announced

by Callum Tyndallon 03/05/2016
It’s here. Following the recent teaser to keep an eye on https://www.dawnofwar.com/, we now have the brand new announcement trailer for Dawn of War 3. Needless to say, given the very grim universe in which the Dawn of War series is set (that of Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40K), this trailer is brutal. It features a three way conflict between […]

Retr-Oh My – The New Look Mega Drive Collection

by MrCraiggyon 23/04/2016
  SEGA have held a special place in my heart since I first picked up a controller. My first taste of console gaming was visiting my cousin and him kicking my butt on Street Fighter II, bearing in mind I was maybe 5 or 6 at the time and hadn’t mastered my sick skills yet, […]

SEGA Sign to Uto-what Now? – A Quick Look at the Netflix of Gaming

by MrCraiggyon 21/04/2016
Bit of a Sega fanboy back in the day? Still yearn for old school classics and new titles all in one place? Well I think Utomik have just the thing for you. But who are they you may ask.. Well they are being heralded as the “Netflix of Gaming” and are offering a service of streamable […]

My Top 5 Retro Arcade Games

by redhotbearon 15/02/2016
Being a 37 year old male, it’s safe to say I have sampled most of what the gaming world has had to offer. NOW, I won’t be including games like Space Invaders or Pac-man as they have there own place in the history books. This article is about the games that caught a young, impressionable […]

EGX in Pictures

by Matt Gearyon 28/09/2015
As EGX 2015 has just passed we thought we would share a few photos of the event with you before our write up later; check them out below and check out more HERE and HERE   

Reliving the past: “The Immortal” (Sega Genesis)

by King Darrenon 30/08/2015
Apart from Sonic the Hedgehog and Herzog Zwei, few video games evoke as many fond, and exasperating memories as Will Harvey’s classic adventure, The Immortal, on the Sega Genesis. Originally released for Apple IIgs and ported to numerous systems, The Immortal is a fiendishly difficult, but incredibly rewarding experience. Though short in length (it can […]

Bayonetta 2 Review

by Nick Hancheton 01/11/2014
The original Bayonetta, released on both Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, was a huge success in both eastern and western markets, launching in 2009 and 2010 respectively. Not only was it a commercial success, but a huge surprise on how brilliant the game was as a whole. Platinum Games always fully deliver on each masterpiece they […]