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Murasaki Baby Review – PS Vita

Are your fingers in the way?

The Crew Beta Preview

Cian Hassett: After many years of largely forgettable releases, the most recent wave of consoles appear to have ushered in a slightly more ambitious way of thinking from Ubisoft. While I’m confident that they remain capab...


35 minutes of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

So, what, 0.001% of the game?

Lara Croft and the Temple of Troll-siris

Alex Mann gives Isis a machine gun and raids himself some tombs.


Dark Souls 2: Crown of the Sunken King Review

Though some have scoffed at the shift within Bandai Namco towards a more modern downloadable content policy for industry darling series Dark Souls, I personally think the direction is fine, as long as it’s handled fairly....
PS Vita

The Swapper Review – PS Vita

It’s so hard these days to be unique and stand out from everything else. Most games take something/everything from something/everything else because nothing is considered original anymore. And more often than not, you end up wi...

Xbox One

Turtle Beach XO Seven Review

It’s no secret there were some issues with gaming headsets and the current (because they’re no longer “next”, come on!) generation consoles, especially the Xbox One. But March rolled around, and that Titanfall game came out, an...

Killzone Shadow Fall: Intercept Review

If there was ever a game begging for the inclusion of a horde mode, Killzone is an ideal candidate. Killing waves of Helghast in the tradition of Call of Duty‘s zombie mode is a alluring proposition, and the Killzone Shad...

PS Vita

Ratchet & Clank Trilogy Review

There’s a lot of love out there for the Ratchet & Clank series, and as far as I’m concerned it’s well deserved. The original three PS2 games were some of the best platformers of that generation, standing proud alongside Nau...

Grid: Autosport

Tim dons the helmet, fireproof suit and gloves, and gets behind the wheel of Codemasters's latest racer.

Xbox One

Outlast Review

I’ll be honest – I had zero intention of playing Outlast when I first saw the trailer back at the end of 2012. Scary games aren’t my thing. At all (insert Lana Kane – “nooooope”). Scary movies? Yes. I’ll sit there for two hours...

Preview: Rainbow Six: Siege

As Rainbow Six: Patriots bounced around the Ubisoft drawing board, the team eventually realised that the vision wasn’t going to eventuate anytime soon. Instead, they returned to Rainbow Six‘s roots, and for the past...



To stand out among the seemingly endless crowd of MMOs, a new title has to offer something different. Something that tells players that this isn’t going to be the usual MMO experience. Some games go for full-genre shakeups (Gui...

E3 2014: Audio Interview Round-Up

The intention this year at E3 was to record a lot more interviews using our fancy new audio recorder, for your listening delectation. However, due to some technical issues, we’ve had to wait to upload them until today, bu...


E3 2014 Preview: Tales from the Borderlands

Telltale have hit upon a winning formula with The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us, as their episodic cel-shaded tales filled with decisions that matter have brought the company the critical acclaim and sales they’ve be...

E3 2014 Preview: Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes

After Skylanders skyrocketed into the roaring success for kids we all now know it to be, Disney Infinity always seemed like a super obvious choice. With a library of hundreds of the most loved characters of all time, why not ma...


E3 2014 Preview: Fantasia: Music Evolved

Harmonix is a company that I’m always willing to place a lot of faith in, as they’ve impressed me time and time again with their addictive music machinations, from Frequency and Amplitude, to the original Guitar Her...

E3 2014 Preview: The Order: 1866

Sony has so far proven to possess the superior tech in the PlayStation 4, and one game striving to deliver astonishing visual quality is Ready at Dawn’s The Order: 1866. From every screenshot and video seen so far, the ga...