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Overwatch’s Christmas Content Is More Of What Makes Overwatch Great

Overwatch’s Christmas Content Is More Of What Makes Overwatch Great

It’s the Christmas season, Overwatch is in full festive cheer. The latest content drop is filled with Santa hats, elf ears and snowball fights. Aside from all the new skins, sprays and poses, the latest content provides a great example of why Overwatch works so well, and I’m not talking about the gameplay. Blizzard have masterfully built worlds for years now. Their ability to create ne... Read More »

Super Powered Battle Friends Looks Like 2D Smash Goodness

Super Powered Battle Friends Looks Like 2D Smash Goodness

I remember back when I was just a wee lad and my friends and I would haul a television and an N64 console outside onto his front porch and play Super Smash Bros all night long while sipping on cokes and munching away on cheetos and chips. Ever since then I’ve been a huge fan of games like Super Smash Brothers and I’m constantly looking for new games that delve into that formula to scra... Read More »

The Evil Within Still Haunts Me

The Evil Within Still Haunts Me

There’s one ‘horror’ game that tends to be called a great Halloween play. It’s from the creator of a hugely treasured franchise. It should have been an amazing horror experience that made use of the latest technology (at the time). What it ended up being was the perfect example of everything wrong with modern horror, both in games and cinema. Fuck the Evil Within. I’v... Read More »

Dark Side Of The Moon: Routine Release Date

Dark Side Of The Moon: Routine Release Date

If you’re anything like me and love indie-horror games, then Routine would have been on your radar back when it revealed in 2012. It was revealed to be a first-person survival horror game in the same vein as titles such as Outlast, Amnesia and so many others. The only difference is that it’s set on a lunar base on the Moon, and seems to be set in an alternate reality with a 1970′... Read More »

Battlefield 1′s Four Most Annoying Traits

Battlefield 1′s Four Most Annoying Traits

Battlefield 1 is currently storming the charts, as well as earning high praise from consumer and critics alike. With amazing visuals, intense multiplayer action, and a campaign that’s not too shabby. There’s plenty to enjoy, but it’s not perfect. Frustrations and annoyances float around very aspects of the game, not all of them are exactly DICE’s fault however. These are th... Read More »

This Is The Police Adds Free Language Support And Additional Content

This Is The Police Adds Free Language Support And Additional Content

This Is The Police has been gifted a free update. Gangsters have taken the city by storm, along with some new language support patches. Players in Frace, China, Spain and Portugal will be happy to know their home tongue is now fully support within the game.   As a way of saying thanks, developer Weappy Studio have added gangs from their respected homelands to the game. French players will tac... Read More »

Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel – Review
Mordheim: City of the Damned – Console Edition Review
No Man’s Sky Backlash Represents A Possible Consumer Turning Point

No Man’s Sky Backlash Represents A Possible Consumer Turning Point

No Man’s Sky may be Steam’s most poorly reviewed game, but that doesn’t reflect the game itself. If Hello Game’s product was merely disappointing, maybe even bad, no one would have been talking about the game this late after release. Reaction to the game speaks volumes about the state of the modern industry, at least from the consumers point of view. Some critics and public... Read More »

Warhammer: Vermintide – Console Edition Review (Xbox One)
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