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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 […]

E3 – Ubisoft want you to be free – And do wierd stuff too!

by Mark Cantyon 14/06/2016
Ubisoft started the week with a range of new looks at upcoming games, from Ghost Recon Wildlands, Watchdogs 2 and For Honor, to Just Dance 17 and Steep. An overall positive and upbeat show, the section on the Assassin's Creed movie fell a little flat in a show about games, but well tried!

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 […]

Mini Games, More Than Just Time Wasters

by Lauren Crofton 26/03/2016
We all love a good mini games, hidden within some of your favourite games you can find a mix of time wasters, point builders and story builders. Here I’ve listed a summary of some of my personal favourites. The Witcher 3 – The Wild Hunt: Gwent You get introduced to Gwent (no relation to Wales) earlier on in the game and […]

Resident Evil – The worst characters

by jollinson 09/03/2016
Those of you who are fans of Resident Evil are most likely aware of the poor voice acting that comes paired with the several iterations of the game series over the years, with even the remakes not being spared (Yes I’m looking at you RE1)! But it’s not just the bad voice acting letting the side […]

Kaizo Trap – Beautifully, Geeky, Animated Music Video

by Matt Gearyon 18/02/2016
On my regular jaunt around the Internet I stumbled across the below video (by Guy Collins) and being the curious chap I am, I gave it a click… beautiful is the word. In short it’s an animated music video about a girlfriend who buys her hubby a retro Games Console; cause that’s what awesome Girlfriends […]