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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...
 
 
 
360
 

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...
 
 
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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...
 

 
 
 
PC
 

Wildstar

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...
 
 
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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...
 

 
 
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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...
 
 
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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...
 

 
 
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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...
 
 
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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...
 

 
 
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E3 2014 Preview: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Anthony: On our way into an exclusive demonstration of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, we viewed a graphic comparing the traversal area of the fifth game, compared to every other Metal Gear. The sheer and overwhelming siz...
 
 
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E3 2014 Preview: The Evil Within

When The Evil Within was announced, it created a lot of excitement for one big reason – it was being directed by Shinji Mikami at his studio, Tango Gameworks.  Initial trailers and media buzz hailed a return to more traditional...
 

 
 
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E3 2014 Preview: Battlecry

It’s hard to know whether the name of the game or whether the name of the studio came first with Battlecry, the first title from Battlecry Studios – a subsidiary of ZeniMax Media.  Established by industry veteran, Rich Vogel, t...
 
 
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E3 2014 Preview: Sunset Overdrive

I will be honest with you.  The initial trailers for Sunset Overdrive did not impress me.  Sure enough, it’s nice to see a game with such nice colours and vibrance, and one that looks so fast paced.  However, the big questions ...
 

 
 
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E3 2014 Preview: Evolve

Evolve is an interesting beast (pun intended) as it’s an online multiplayer game that is basically entirely focused on a single gameplay mode, 4v1. The difference is, that 1 player is a big 1, in fact they get to control an eno...
 
 
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E3 2014 Preview: Far Cry 4

Revealed a few weeks before the start of E3, Far Cry 4 will not be (no pun intended) a far cry from its 2012 predecessor.  While the potential for having a gorgeously stunning environment has endless bounds – being set in a fic...
 

 
 
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E3 2014 Preview: Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth

As much as Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth is purported to be a spiritual successor to the Alpha Centauri series, the E3 demo really made it clear that it’s a sci-fi themed version of Civilization V. The simi...
 
 
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E3 2014 Preview: Assassin’s Creed Unity

Assassin’s Creed Unity brings the historical/sci-fi/murder series into French Revolution, but while its setting may be stuck in the 1700’s, the developers are making full use of the next-gen platforms the game is be...