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Shadow Warrior: Review

September 26th, 2013 - Reviews

Shadow Warrior was, alongside Doom, Duke Nukem & Wolfenstein the pinnacle of the first person shooter genre in the nineties. However, it’s late entrance to the table held it back ever so slightly from the critical acclaim it deserved. The game boasted the same ultra violence and humour that the genre was known for and featured sexual themes never seen

Game Dev Tycoon: Review

September 24th, 2013 - Reviews

Greenheart Games the creators of Game Dev Tycoon pulled a memorable stunt with it’s release, they themselves leaked a cracked version of their game to several major torrent sites, but with a twist. Hilariously, in a game which simulates the journey of moving from your garage programming Commodore 64 games to assembling the biggest self publishing AAA developer on the

Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures: Review

September 24th, 2013 - Reviews

Having no idea what the Angry Video Game Nerd was, I cautiously approached this title, especially as I have a strong dislike for 2D platformers. However I am very happy to report that the game did a more than stellar job of winning me over. The humour is great at times and the throwbacks to old school gaming delivers a

Grand Theft Auto 5: Review

September 22nd, 2013 - Reviews

GTA 5 is one of the fastest selling games of this generation. This time around you’re in Los Santos. You have three new lead roles to fill, which is a new gameplay style for the GTA series. So how does GTA V hold up, is it really as good as everyone’s made it out to be, or is it a

Tokyo Games Show 2013

September 21st, 2013 - Article

Although not a lot new games was revealed this year, TGS2013 included a good lot of information of games that are currently being worked on.  This will contain information on most of the games that will see the light of day outside of Japan, so I’m not going to go into a whole lot of details about those Visual Novel

State of Decay releasing on Steam!

September 21st, 2013 - Article

Yesterday, the 20th September, State of Decay makes it’s long awaited debut on Valve’s digital distribution platform; Steam. Despite it’s some-what buggy state, the game has garnered huge success and critical acclaim on the Xbox Live store, becoming the top seller for several months. Undead Lab’s zombie survival sandbox runs on Crytek’s state-of-the-art game engine Cryengine 3 which gives the

Dark Souls 2 Collectors Edition

September 19th, 2013 - Article

I’m not sure about everyone else, but for me Dark Souls is one series I enjoyed from start to finish. Even with it’s extreme learning curve. Today, From Software announced that all pre-orders will be upgraded to the Black Armor version of the game. Which is effectively a Steelbook edition of the game, and comes with the games soundtrack included

Total War: ROME II: Review

September 18th, 2013 - Reviews

Rome II has easily been the most anticipated title for the Total War series to date, with hundreds of thousands of users pre-ordering the game well before release. However, as the fans of the series have unfortunately come to expect; the release was less than stellar. With extremely poor in-game performance on the most powerful ranges of hardware and more

Capcom’s bleak financial...

September 17th, 2013 - Article

It has recently been brought to light by GamesIndustry that one of the biggest third party publisher/developers on the planet; Capcom, is in worrying financial trouble. Their accounts sit hovering around the $152,000,000 figure whilst shareholders gather to ponder what exactly went wrong. To ordinary folk like you and me, $152,000,000 seems like an insurmountable fortune, and it is. However

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