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The intro scene you’re greeted by every time you open Lego Marvel Superheroes 2 shows Starlord flying a ship through space listening to Redbone’s...
You’re reading this review so I’m going to assume you enjoyed, or are at least interested in, Horizon Zero Dawn. Well good news, you’re in for a treat. The Frozen Wilds expansion doesn’t shake things up like some DLC tries to, it sticks to the tried and tested formula that made the main game so wonderfully engrossing.
So, it’s finally here. After months of speculation and big claims from Microsoft (most powerful console ever, smallest console ever etc etc) we finally...
Just Dance will always be one of those games that you love or hate. Self-involved ‘real’ gamers tend to scorn it for its lack of AAA visuals and big guns, while the more casual gamers among us tend to view it as nothing more than an expensive party piece. The truth is, it’s a perfectly valid way for people to let their hair down, get their groove on and dance like there’s no tomorrow. Yeah, it’s not for everyone (no one is suggesting it is), but there’s a market there and no one can deny that.
Path out is a unique game, certainly unlike any I’ve ever played before. It takes gamification to a whole new level by making you play as a Syrian refugee trying to escape conscription into a civil war you don’t believe in or agree with. What makes it so unique though isn’t its approach to this sensitive subject, but the fact that it’s based on a true story, the refugee (Abdullah Karam) narrates certain parts of the game and that it’s designed with the look and feel of a classic JRPG.
King Oddball is one of the latest games to arrive on the Switch. It’s a perfect fit for the console – short, easy to...
Since launch last year Overwatch has taken the gaming world by storm. The game has been so lovingly created that fans love to learn...
I’m going to say it upfront, just in the event you don’t read any further into my review - please do not go and...
Power UP! is back by popular demand for a second year after a successful first appearance in 2016. It is a fully interactive gaming event which features some of the most loved consoles and games from the last forty years.
Project Explosion is a neat little game that shows off a polished physics engine and some well animated explosions. The ride might be short, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a great time.
The big screen debut of Channing Tatum as kinetic weapon wielding X-Man Gambit finally has a release date. Gambit will be released 14 February 2019 - a possible nod to Valentine’s Day and the mutants flirtatious personality.
Build-A-Bear’s Pokémon plushie line is about to getting a little bigger with the addition of Vulpix. The cute little fire Pokémon will come with two different outfits though it’s currently unknown if it’ll also feature a sound chip like previous plushies.
Captain Marvel won’t be appearing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a little while yet, but that hasn’t stopped Kevin Feige dropping a little hint about where she currently is for all her eager fans.
Up until now, all we’ve known about Hello Neighbour’s console / digital release is that it was coming later this year. Of course, most people had assumed that the game would only be getting a digital release but it turns out that’s not the case.
Hand of Fate, the unique, slightly unusual but brilliant action game/card game is getting a sequel. Hand of Fate 2 will be released on November 7 and it looks as though it will build on the premise of the first game.