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Three Driveclub Beta Videos Leaked

Here's three gorgeous looking leaked videos from the ongoing Driveclub beta, codenamed Cupcake. Even though they're just YouTube videos, you can easily get a glimpse of why we awarded the next big PlayStation 4 exclusive our Read more

Published on 1/09/2014 0 comments

Killzone Shadow Fall Receives Huge Patch 1.5

A huge patch is now available for Killzone Shadow Fall, updating the game to version 1.5. This is a major patch, as the size shows - 2655 megabytes. Guerrilla Games finally introduces Phase 2 of Clan Support and a Ranking Read more

Published on 1/09/2014 0 comments

Dragon Quest Heroes Not A Musou Game

Today, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan (SCEJ for brevity) held an interesting pre-Tokyo Game Show conference where many announcements were made, such as the first Yakuza Zero trailer and many more. Among them, perhaps the Read more

Published on 1/09/2014 0 comments

Yakuza Zero trailer by Sega

  Sega released today the first Yakuza Zero trailer, an intense two minute video which shows the basic premises for what players will face in the upcoming series prologue, due to release in Japan next year for PS3 and PS4. Read more

Published on 1/09/2014 0 comments

AC Unity: Delay Polish Could Make It Great

Earlier this week, Ubisoft announced that Assassin's Creed Unity (AC Unity for brevity) will now release on 11th November, which means a delay of approximately two weeks on the original schedule. Naturally, a few people have been Read more

Published on 30/08/2014 0 comments

PS4 Demand 6X Higher Than Closest Competitor In Germany

A new report published this week by German price comparison site Billiger.de confirmed that in Germany, Sony's PlayStation 4 demand is extremely higher than its competitors. According to the report, PS4 demand is six times Read more

Published on 28/08/2014 0 comments

New Kill Me Three Times poster

  A new Kill Me Three Times poster hits the web today, and it shows us the ruthless Simon Pegg (in an unconventional role for the actor) which looks pretty ready to do nasty things.   Kriv Stenders' crime Read more

Published on 28/08/2014 0 comments

Metro Dev: Kinect GPU Boost Isn't Actually 10%

As you might be aware, 4A Games and Deep Silver just released Metro Redux, an improved version of Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light, for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Digital Foundry took the opportunity to talk with their Read more

Published on 27/08/2014 0 comments

Dragon Age Inquisition Multiplayer Detailed

After many rumors in the past few months, Bioware has finally revealed that indeed, there will be a Dragon Age Inquisition multiplayer mode. According to Creative Director Mike Laidlaw, it's a strictly co-op experience (no PvP, Read more

Published on 26/08/2014 0 comments

Ashecliffe TV series based on Shutter Island

  It was only yesterday, with the announcement of a Damien TV series, that we were talking about the new habit, for the horror genre, to create TV series used as a prequel or sequel of notorious movies, and today a name Read more

Published on 26/08/2014 0 comments

Shadow Realms Hands-On: Fun, But Rough

Among the behind closed doors at Electronic Arts' booth, Shadow Realms certainly stood out. This is the new IP made in BioWare that was teased just before Gamescom, and it's been inspired by Neverwinter Nights and Pen&Paper Read more

Published on 2/09/2014 0 comments

FIFA 15 Hands-On - Improving The Best Football Game

As a huge football fan and admittedly, frequent FIFA 14 player, I simply couldn't wait to get my hands on FIFA 15. Until FIFA 13, I found that neither EA Sports' game nor the competitor (Konami's PES) satisfied my idea of virtual Read more

Published on 29/08/2014 0 comments

Gamescom 2014 Awards - Worlds Factory

Even this year's rainy Gamescom is over, and it's time to draw conclusions on the best games we saw in Cologne. Keep in mind that we've seen many more promising games, as you'll notice in our extended coverage, but eventually we Read more

Published on 26/08/2014 0 comments

Project CARS Interview With Pete Morrish

At Gamescom we spoke to a lot of different developers, but none quite as mad (in a good way) as Slightly Mad Studios' Pete Morrish. Obviously he'd been working a lot and was clearly in need of a break, but he was also extremely Read more

Published on 26/08/2014 0 comments

Hands On: Never Alone - Something special

It’s hard to capture Never Alone in words, it’s the sort of game that might not seem as captivating as it is until you play it. Playing as a young girl, your quest is to find the cause of a blizzard that is threatening the Read more

Published on 26/08/2014 0 comments

Risen 3 - Gamescom 2014 Interview

During Gamescom 2014, we were able to exchange a few words with two of the developers from Piranha Bytes, the team which has just released Risen 3: Titan Lords thanks to the support of Deep Silver. What impressed us the most is Read more

Published on 25/08/2014 0 comments

Don't Starve: Giant Edition Not To Feature Cross Play

As it was recently revealed by Klei Entertainment Co-Founder, Jamie Cheng, Don't Starve: Giant Edition will finally be making its way to the PlayStation Vita. Awesome! But, on the downside, in order for this 'awesomeness' to Read more

Published on 25/08/2014 0 comments
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The Evil Within Hands-on Preview

After being given a brief introduction to The Evil Within, which went by much too fast to actually understand anything, we were shuffled into a dark room with a sign warning us that entry would result in death. It felt a Read more

Published on 22/08/2014 0 comments
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Archeage Giveaway - 2000 Keys For You!

We've partnered with Trion to bring you an Archeage Giveaway for the Closed Beta Event 4, Conflict & Conquest. You can grab one out of 2000 keys simply by liking our Facebook page and clicking below (a Facebook account is Read more

Published on 21/08/2014 0 comments

The Witcher 3 Interview - Gamescom 2014

We teased you a couple of times about our massive The Witcher 3 interview with CD Projekt RED's Jose Teixeira, but you can finally read the full transcript below. As you might guess, we loved the new presentation and awarded Read more

Published on 21/08/2014 3 comments

Sacred 3 Review - Fairly Mundane 66%

If you're a fan of the Action RPG genre, chances are you'll be well aware of the Sacred franchise. The first game, developed by Ascaron Entertainment and released in 2004 for PC, was somewhat of a diamond in the rough and Read more 0 comments

Published on 9/08/2014 by Alessio Palumbo

Wildstar Review - One Way Trip To Nexus 85%

World of Warcraft has been the undisputed king of the MMO genre for what seems like an eternity: Blizzard's behemoth will be ten years old later this year, in fact. Many big games with huge IPs behind them have tried and failed Read more 1 comments

Published on 1/08/2014 by Francesco Ramazzotti
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The Last of Us Remastered Review 95%

Naughty Dog's first game for Sony's PlayStation 4 will be out tomorrow, at long last. As I'm sure you're aware by now, it is not a brand new adventure (which is going to be Uncharted 4, expected some time in 2015), but the most Read more 6 comments

Published on 28/07/2014 by Alessio Palumbo

Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty Review 90%

With so many games rereleasing on the latest iteration of consoles, none quite captured my imagination as Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty did. It's a beautiful reimagining of a late 90s classic, Abe’s Oddysee; with dozens of Read more 0 comments

Published on 24/07/2014 by Rosh Kelly

GRID Autosport Review - Start Your Engines... 81%

Racing fans have been anticipating this one for a while, and GRID Autosport is finally upon us. Codemasters’ latest entry in the GRID franchise gives players a huge variety of vehicles to drive, events to participate in and Read more 0 comments

Published on 4/07/2014 by Dave Aubrey

Strike Suit Zero: Directors Cut Review 60%

Strike Suit Zero: Directors Cut feels like a game that belongs in a museum. Its genre, that of space battle has long since passed its heyday with the only real modern day contenders being FTL and Eve Online, both games remarkable Read more 0 comments

Published on 2/07/2014 by Rosh Kelly
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One Piece: Unlimited World Red Review - King of the Pirates 78%

The fourth game in the One Piece Unlimited series by Ganbarion promises to be the very best game in the series yet, perfecting the blend real-time action combat and RPG elements. Does the title deliver on all it promises? Well, Read more 0 comments

Published on 27/06/2014 by Dave Aubrey

Mugen Souls Z Review - Cute But Troubled 58%

Adorable, cute and endearing are all words I would use to describe Mugen Souls Z. Tedious, frustrating and longwinded are just a few more words I would use. Oh dear, a cutesy charming JRPG with a lot of charm is let down by long, Read more 0 comments

Published on 24/06/2014 by Dave Aubrey
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Murdered: Soul Suspect Review - Elementary 64%

The premise of Murdered: Soul Suspect is intriguing to say the least: you play as Ronan O'Connor, a detective who gets murdered by the very serial killer he is hunting down, the "Bell Killer". In fact, the game begins with Ronan' Read more 0 comments

Published on 9/06/2014 by Francesco Ramazzotti

Transistor Review - Giant Swords Rock 79%

Supergiant Games have their work cut out for them. Their first game, Bastion, was released to huge critical acclaim, with many saying it was the best downloadable Action RPG available for a long time - and it’s easy to see why. Read more 1 comments

Published on 27/05/2014 by Dave Aubrey


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