21st Jul2017

‘One Piece Unlimited World Red’ gets Switch release date

by Phil Wheat

Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe have announced that One Piece Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition will be available for the first time ever on Nintendo Switch on 29th September. The game comes with several new features from a technical and content side. The title will support FULL HD on Nintendo Switch, players can rely up […]

20th Jul2017

First ‘Cat Quest’ dev diary has all the feel-ines

by Phil Wheat

PQube and The Gentlebros are pawtnering up to release the adorable indie adventure game, Cat Quest for Steam on August 8th and on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Q4, 2017. Cat Quest is a 2D action-RPG that tasks you to save the world of Felingard using a wide variety of equipment, powerful spells and […]

19th Jul2017

New ‘Agents of Mayhem’ trailer shows the power of The Firing Squad

by Phil Wheat

A spin-off from the Saint’s Row video game series, Agents of Mayhem is a single-player, open-world, third-person action game which is coming to the PS4, Xbox One and PC in August. Here’s one of the games final trailers before it’s August release, showing off the advantages of having a particular firing squad behind you… Ladies […]

18th Jul2017

New trailer for ‘Utawarerumono: Mask Of Truth’

by Phil Wheat

Civil war is on everyone’s lips now that a usurper has seized the Yamato throne and seeks to conquer all before him. With a world thrust into turmoil and chaos, you can bet that plenty of scores will be settled on the battlefield. So what’s different about the battle system in Utawarerumono: Mask Of Truth? […]

14th Jul2017

‘Accel World vs Sword Art Online’ Review (PS4)

by Matthew Smail

There are many famous crossovers in gaming history, and whilst many of them are flawed, some (such as Marvel vs Capcom 2, Battletoads vs. Double Dragon and many more) are sublime. I’d never played either an Accel World or a Sword Art Online game when I came into Accel World vs Sword Art Online, so […]

13th Jul2017

Uppercut Games announce rogue-like ‘City of Brass’

by Phil Wheat

Crafted by veterans from 2K Australia / Irrational Games with titles such as BioShock, Tribes: Vengeance, Freedom Force and XCOM under their belts – City of Brass is a punishing first-person rogue-lite from Uppercut Games. Set in a city filled with treasure, traps and ghoulish foes. Armed with scimitar and a whip that can grab, […]

11th Jul2017

New gameplay video from ‘Monster Hunter: World’

by Phil Wheat

Capcom have released a brand new gameplay video for Monster Hunter: World. The video takes a deeper look at how one of the upcoming title’s quests unfolds as players set off on their journey to defeat the giant new monster, Anjanath, in the lush and leafy paradise of the Ancient Forest. Step into the gameplay […]

08th Jul2017

Game modes & release date unveiled for ‘Gundam Versus’

by Phil Wheat

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment have revealed the game modes that will be part of Gundam Versus, alongside the official European release date of 29th September. The new installment for the series will provide both solo and multiplayer modes with tutorial and free mode that will help the player to master the art of fighting. Solo play: […]

08th Jul2017

Latest ‘Agents of Mayhem’ trailer gets a little moustache-y

by Kat Wheat

A spin-off from the Saint’s Row video game series, Agents of Mayhem is a single-player, open-world, third-person action game which is coming to the PS4, Xbox One and PC in August. In anticipation of the launch, here’s a new trailer for the game – this one channelling the moustache mania that is/was Magnum PI(!) Seoul […]

08th Jul2017

Bandai Namco bringing ‘The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia’ to EU

by Phil Wheat

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe have announced that The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is coming to the Europe exclusively for the PlayStation 4! Based on the popular manga and anime series The Seven Deadly Sins, The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is the first console video game adaptation of the anime and manga […]

04th Jul2017

‘Perception’ Review (PS4)

by Paul Metcalf

If you’ve played the Outcast or Amnesia games then you’ll know all too well the experience of running through corridors escaping an unknown entity. Perception is a similar game, but to complicate things it removes your vision, and pushes you into the world of the unknown. In Perception, you play the role of Cassie, a […]

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30th Jun2017

Digital Shorts: ‘Toby, The Secret Mine’ Review (PS4)

by Matthew Smail

In DIGITAL SHORTS we review some of the latest video games that are only available digitally (at least in the UK), in a short-form review format. In this edition we take a look at Toby, The Secret Mine – an indie game finally making an appearance on the PS4. Considering that Toby, The Secret Mine […]

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29th Jun2017

Digital Shorts: ‘I Want to be Human’ Review (PS4)

by Matthew Smail

In DIGITAL SHORTS we review some of the latest video games that are only available digitally (at least in the UK), in a short-form review format. In this edition we take a look at I Want to be Human– a new ndie game that’s just arrived on the Plaustation 4. I Want to be Human […]

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21st Jun2017

Bandai announce new ‘.Hack’ title

by Phil Wheat

BANDAI NAMCO have announced the release of .hack//G.U. Last Recode for the PlayStation 4 and PC. The definitive .hack//G.U. experience for existing fans and newbies, .hack//G.U. Last Recode collects the three .hack//G.U. action-RPG titles; Rebirth, Reminisce and Redemption with updated 1080p, 16:9 widescreen picture, and 60 fps frame rate, gameplay balance changes and additional features to […]

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16th Jun2017

‘DiRT 4′ Review (PS4)

by Matthew Smail

Right from the beginning, DiRT 4 obviously seeks to build on the success of the critically acclaimed DiRT Rally, whilst simultaneously reaching for the more mainstream audience of the previous entries in the series. It’s a much calmer experience than the other numbered entries, and where the art of the traditional rally has lost ground […]

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14th Jun2017

E3 2017: New details for ‘Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite’

by Phil Wheat

At this years E3, Capcom announced the release of a standalone playable story demo for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the next evolution of the popular action-fighting series. Beginning today, the free story demo will be available to download on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One; and provides a sneak peek at the introduction to the […]

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13th Jun2017

E3 2017: Capcom announce ‘Monster Hunter: World’

by Phil Wheat

At the Sony Interactive Entertainment E3 press conference today, Capcom announced Monster Hunter: World, the latest entry in the 40 million unit selling action RPG series – which will be the first game in the series with a worldwide simultaneous launch window and is planned for release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in early […]

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09th Jun2017

‘Victor Vran: Overkill Edition’ Review (PS4)

by Matthew Smail

If you’re going to emulate a classic series like Diablo, you might as well get it right. So many action RPG’s have sought to recreate the same kind of balance between combat, advancement and loot collection of Blizzard’s revered classic, but few of them are able to match the formula. Victor Vran: Overkill Edition is […]

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07th Jun2017

‘Zheros’ Review (PS4)

by Paul Metcalf

If, like me, you loved beat’em ups and miss the days of games like Final Fight and Streets of Rage – where the focus was to just beat up the bad guys and have some fun – well Zheros is a fairly generic throwback to that same idea of hitting things till they blow up, […]

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06th Jun2017

‘The Town of Light’ Review (PS4)

by Matthew Smail

I have a love/hate relationship with walking simulators at the best of times, but a particular bugbear of mine is when they perform badly, which is almost always on consoles. From Layers of Fear to Firewatch, I’ve played some cracking games that were ruined because of poor console conversions. The Town of Light is firmly […]

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01st Jun2017

Digital Shorts: ‘Oh… Sir!! The Insult Simulator’ Review (PS4)

by Phil Wheat

In DIGITAL SHORTS we review some of the latest video games that are only available digitally (at least in the UK), in a short-form review format. In this edition we take a look at Oh… Sir!! The Insult Simulator – an indie game making the move from a very successful PC release to PS4 and […]

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29th May2017

‘Rime’ Review (PS4)

by Paul Metcalf

When a game wants to tell the player a story, there can be many methods to do this. Some games though take the impressive option of not using a narrator to explicitly do this, but let the story unfold as part of the game, allowing the player to emotionally connect and interpret it for themselves. […]

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