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Watchdogs 2 – Back and better than before?

by Mark Cantyon 09/06/2016
This evening, Ubisoft took the covers off the sequel to last year's Watchdogs, called imaginatively Watchdogs 2. Moving the action to San Francisco, this time you are fighting ctos as Marcus Holloway,

“Skylar & Plux” gives me Ratchet & Clank flashbacks

by James Buckinghamon 16/03/2016
Some of the best games I’ve played are platformers, with the likes of Mario 64, Jak & Daxter and Ratchet & Clank sapping a lot of my gaming time over the years. Look, I really needed to get ALL the stars and see Yoshi, ok? I can quit any time I want! Ahem. Anyway, Grip […]

Fallout 4

by Liam_Anthony84on 19/11/2015
Fallout 4 was released last week (10th November 2015) and I like many, sat eagerly next to my console waiting for that little message to pop up just after midnight letting me know that it was now playable. 3½ hours later, I had lost my wife, my son, my home had been blown away and […]

The Halo 5: Guardians – Documentary – A Hero Reborn

by Matt Gearyon 15/07/2015
I always thought i was a Halo fan boy but this video slipped by me like an ODST in active Camo… Please forgive me Chief! We’ve had a lot of trailers and sneak peaks into games and films this SDCC but as many will know Halo holds a very strong place in my heart and […]

Dragon Ball Xenoverse Review

by Nick Hancheton 24/02/2015
Dragon Ball games often carry a “been there done that” feeling with them. They’ve often rehashed the same story that everyone is used to, being the Freiza, Cell and Buu saga’s, and then maybe throwing in a movie or two for good measure. You know what to expect in regards to story, and that can definitely […]

Square-Enix Debut English Voice Actors for Final Fantasy XV

by Nick Hancheton 16/12/2014
Voice acting can often make or break a game and this is especially true for RPG’s. This genre, arguably more than any other, has to be able to tell a compelling story about intriguing, multi-dimensional characters and only a superb voice actor such as Nolan North, Troy Baker and Liam O’Brien to name a few, can […]

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Stealthily Drops its Price

by David Roseon 02/11/2014
After a lot of critique, questions, bickering and measuring of the length of Hideo Kojima’s latest opus, Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes finally receives a universal price drop to £19.99/€19,99, a drop of between £5 and £10 depending on platform. All versions will also come with the Jamais Vu and Deja Vu bonus missions. […]

Titanfall Free on PC for 48 hours

by James Buckinghamon 20/06/2014
You guys need to get on this quickly – if you’re a PC gamer, and have been drooling over Titanfall since it’s release earlier this year, you’re in luck! EA have made Titanfall free on PC for the next 48 hours via Origin, so get downloading as soon as possible to take advantage of the […]

Watch_Dogs: Who watches the Watch_Dogs?

by Sai Mealingon 13/02/2014
Since E3 2012, three console launches have been and gone and a next generation war between Microsoft and Sony has broken in full force, but one game has still managed to grab immediate media attention above everything else. When Ubisoft first showed off Watch_Dogs in the Los Angeles Convention Centre the mainstream games press were […]

Characters and Move sets revealed: Super Smash Bros 2014

by The_Dark_Mikeon 13/06/2013
  While the entire civilised world takes their sides and lights their pitchforks for the ongoing PS4/ Xbox One debate, everyone seemed to forget about gaming’s clumsy-but-he-means-well cousin the Wii-U. I don’t want to sound like an old gold prospector but hell y’all, you missed a doozy. The Super Smash Bros franchise is one I […]