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Cars 3: Driven to Win Review | Simple but Entertaining

on Mon, Jul 17, 2017 | By Gaf Hussain

Cars 3: Driven to Win continues immediately after the big race at the end of the movie, so if you are worried about spoilers you have nothing to fear apart from the new cast of characters that feature in it. Licensed games are starting to see a resurgence, and their quality is slowly ramping up, but does Cars 3 race across the finish line, or will it have to pull into a pit-stop...

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Delayed Till 2018

on Fri, Jul 14, 2017 | By Shak

Bandai Namco has announced that their upcoming Japanese RPG, Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has been delayed till 2018. The game will now release on January 19th, 2018 for PS4 and PC, in North America, Japan and Europe. Akino Hino said: “We have decided that more development time is required in order to deliver the full Ni no Kuni II experience to our fans. I deeply apologize...

Amazon Nearly Doubles the Price of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

on Thu, Jul 6, 2017 | By Gaf Hussain

Update: This is from a third party seller, rather than Amazon. Only days after the release, it appears Amazon has increased the price of this surprising title.Originally on pre-order for £27.99 for UK customers ($36~), the price is currently at almost £50! ($64). It seems the game was a bigger success than originally anticipated and Amazon’s stock is very low with...

Remake vs Remaster, Why They’re Not Necessarily For You

on Wed, Jul 5, 2017 | By Shak

Remakes and remasters didn’t really exist in the world of gaming until the last generation, so it’s understandable that people often get confused between the two, and at times think that they are the same thing. Well they’re not, and we’ll explain below as to why. Remasters Remastered games re-use assets from the older games, but are ported to the new...

PlayStation Releases for July 2017

on Tue, Jul 4, 2017 | By Shak

June was a relatively quiet month, but we did get some gems such as the often requested, Crash Bandicoot N’Sane Trilogy. July is a very quite month, but there are a couple of games people may be looking forward to. In any case, here’s the full list of games you can expect for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita platforms in July 2017:SpeedRunners (PSN) – July 5th Toby:...

Nex Machina Review | RESOGUN Plus Super Stardust HD Greatness

on Thu, Jun 22, 2017 | By Gaf Hussain

Housemarque are back with their second entry on the PS4. Nex Machina is a voxel-based dual-stick arcade shooter set in a universe where humans are scarce and robots are out to get you. It blends the style of all their previous titles namely RESOGUN and Super Stardust HD, so it can only be good right? The idea behind using volumetric pixels or voxels has been around for decades,...

E3 2017: Sony Press Conference Recap

on Mon, Jun 19, 2017 | By Gaf Hussain

Sony’s E3 2017 conference didn’t deliver anywhere near as many surprises as last year, but more of what we have seen before, luckily it was all great footage. From Uncharted: The Lost Legacy to God of War 4, and the biggest shocker, a Shadow of the Colossus remake. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy opened the showFollowed by Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds DLCA...

E3 2017: Microsoft Press Conference Recap

on Wed, Jun 14, 2017 | By Gaf Hussain

Microsoft’s conference was actually decent this year, but they’ve still not convinced me on the new super-powered Xbox. If it was part of a new generation of consoles, I’d say the price-point was correct, but at the moment it doesn’t feel like much of a leap especially with the games showcase. In any case, here are all the announcements from Microsoft’s...

E3 2017: EA Press Conference Recap

on Tue, Jun 13, 2017 | By Ben Brown

Electronic Arts were the first press conference this year, and for the most part they had a fairly standard show for them. A lot of sports games, a bit of Battlefield, but there were some really great gems at this conference. Here’s all the announcements of the show: Madden NFL 18 announcedBattlefield 1 DLC announced – In The Name of the TsarFIFA 18 announcedNeed...

The Town of Light Review

on Thu, Jun 8, 2017 | By Shak

Mental illness is not often targeted in gaming as the main concept of a game. There are plenty of games that taken place in asylums, but you don’t play as a mentally ill patient, you’re normally in a survival horror situation. This is something The Town of Light tackles, or at least attempts to tackle, following the story of Renee. Renee is a 16 year-old girl who...

What to Expect from Sony at E3 2017

on Thu, Jun 1, 2017 | By Shak

E3 is just days away, and gamers are already getting excited at the possibility of what might be announced. Sony is in a bit of a strange position this year, where they’ve got a lot of games that have already been announced, that have not yet been released, so will there be any big new game announcements or just more of the same? Here’s what we think Sony will...

Victor Vran Overkill Edition Review

on Thu, Jun 1, 2017 | By Shak

Victor Vran attempts to fulfil that need in your life for dungeon crawlers. As Victor Vran you are tasked with finding fellow hunter, Adrian, in a 19th century alternate reality of Eastern Europe. The world is full of monsters and demons of all sorts, and it’s your job to get through these to find Adrian. This is an isometric action RPG, so if you were expecting a 2D...

PlayStation Releases for June 2017

on Wed, May 31, 2017 | By Shak

Injustice 2 arguably had one of the best stories in a fighting game that we’ve ever seen, and Tekken 7’s story is also quite good. May was better than we thought it would be with the fighting game genre coming back with the vengeance, June is likely to have some surprise indie game releases at E3. In any case, here’s the full list of games you can expect...

Tekken 7 Review | New & Nostalgic

on Wed, May 31, 2017 | By Gaf Hussain

Tekken is back, after nearly 10 years since the release of a numbered sequel and almost 6 years since Tekken Tag Tournament 2, the hype for a new Tekken game is at fever pitch. The seventh entry in the series promises a single player campaign that seamlessly transitions into a fight, new fighting systems and a handful of new characters. Does Tekken 7 land a 10-hit combo, or...

What is Inside the Tekken 7 Press Kit / Pack?

on Tue, May 30, 2017 | By Gaf Hussain

It used to be the norm for developers and publishers to send out, sometimes very impressive press kits out to journalists and media outlets to show off. Sadly, press kits are starting to become a thing of the past, luckily that isn’t the case for Tekken 7, and Bandai Namco has sent us a press kit and allowed us to share it with you.Presented in a lovely folder covered...