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Pay to win and a dark future for gaming?

by Matt Gearyon 25/02/2020
In the news recently there was a piece about Sony patenting a new piece of technology. This is nothing new for Tech companies in general but where this patent seems to differ somewhat and could potentially be revolutionary to gaming is its algorithms that learn when you are struggling to defeat a part of the game or Boss and then offer you the option to buy a piece of armour, or a weapon , for a reasonable price, to progress past the point you are having issue with.

Vortex Attack EX. Review

by Jonjo Cosgroveon 19/11/2019
2019 is filled with big-budget AAA titles. Pokemon Sword & Shield, Mortal Kombat 11, Death Stranding and even Luigi’s Mansion 3 have all been massive successes! But there are plenty of smaller titles which are also worth your time and effort. Saying that, let’s see what we have to show today…   WHAT IS THIS […]

Wulverblade – Xbox One

by Matt Gearyon 15/02/2018
Video review is here: or the written word below: About 3 years ago, myself, and a couple of GPers, were on our annual jaunt around Play Expo in Manchester, when we came across a big flat screen TV, surrounded by nice branding, Roman Helmets and an interesting looking Historic Hack and Slash game called….Wulverbalde. Now […]

Review : UNBOX – NEWBIE’S ADVENTURE

by redshirtjamieon 22/08/2017
Unbox : Newbie’s Adventure is a traditional 90s style 3D platformer in which you play as Newbie, a sentient cardboard box working for Global Postal Service, who are in trouble as parcels keep going missing and you are sent to collect them all and save the day. Unbox isn’t really anything you won’t have seen […]

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers REVIEW

by Jonjo Cosgroveon 30/05/2017
Nintendo Switch get's its first real fighting game!

Hands-On with Lego Worlds

by Daniel Delargyon 22/02/2017
Lego Worlds is a new, inventive game from the creative minds at Traveller’s Tales Games, focusing on wholly original Lego products rater than the brands and liscences covered by Lego Dimensions. In this brand new adventure, you play as an explorer delving into the many planets containing dynamic and unique environments, from the days of […]

Nintendo Switch Unveiled

by Hani Fearonon 20/10/2016
After over a year of mystery and the codename ‘NX’, Nintendo have finally unveiled their new console, Nintendo Switch. Released as soon as March 2017, the console received a brief unveiling via Nintendo’s website this afternoon. Nintendo Switch will be a total hybrid of a console, incorporating handheld gaming and a system used at home. […]

Armikrog Review – Geek Pride

by redshirtjamieon 01/09/2016
Before I dive into this review, I feel that I should present to you a small portion of my gaming history. I dig point and click adventures. I dig them with a JCB that wakes you up at 7am on a Bank Holiday Monday. I dig them like I’m looking for bedrock in Minecraft. Monkey Island, […]

Jazz Rendition of the Pokemon Theme is a Dinner Party Must

by Becca Harperon 14/07/2016
For the adults who were kids in the 90s, the Pokemon theme tune is a cherished childhood memory. Naturally as a geek and a parent I used to sing the theme sing to my babies – as you would a nursery rhyme – only my performance was more dramatic and featured a lot of air grabs. […]

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Amiibos and Wolf Link Support Revealed

by Hani Fearonon 14/06/2016
Today’s Nintendo Treehouse event has brought good news for any Zelda fans that purchased the Wolf Link and Midna Amiibo along with the Twilight Princess HD remaster for the Wii U. Whilst we’re missing a partner character such as Navi or Midna for the upcoming game, Breath of the Wild, that doesn’t mean that it […]