First Battlefield 5 Looks Both Amazing Chaotic

May 24th, 2018    

Another Battlefield was always n the cards, and with the series arguably now putting Call of Duty in its place the latest game set in World War 2 looks absolutely stunning already....

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First F1 2018 Gameplay Footage Emerges From the Pits

May 22nd, 2018    

With this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix providing the weekend's racing, it seemed like an excellent time for Codemasters to release the first footage from their latest F1 title, and it's looking better...

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RAGE 2 First Gameplay Trailer Looks Insanely Brilliant

May 15th, 2018    

We loved the first RAGE game. It was big, fun, quite stupid at times and had the traditional id Software shotgun, which was quite possibly the finest weapon that graced the last...

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New Rainbow Six Siege Maps Keep Coming

May 12th, 2018    

Still playing Rainbow Six Siege? Good stuff, this one's for you. A whole new map is on the way, offering up some potentially tight close combat in this really nice looking Villa....

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The Crew 2 Shows Off Mercedes Vehicles

May 8th, 2018    

The Crew 2 is one of our most hotly anticipated titles right now, so any little extras that Ubisoft send in our direction are most welcome. This time it's the Mercedes vehicles...

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See More of This Month’s Free PSN Games

May 7th, 2018    

You might have already read our May free games preview, but in case you're not sure what to opt for first take a look at the video below, showing footage of everything...

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Board Game Review: Bananagrams

May 3rd, 2018    

This game is loads of letter tiles in a banana-shaped pouch. That's it. How much fun could that possibly be? Well let me tell you, get a small group of word game...

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May’s Free Games Preview

Some massive releases into April are probably taking up all your time, but if not then there’s a decent lineup this month...

Review: Gravel

Milestone are a known quantity when it comes to racing games, having focussed mainly on rallying and biking games in recent times....

Kickstarter Review: Exploriana

Exploriana is a new game developed by the owners of Bristol gaming cafe Chance & Counters, bringing the ideas of pushing your...

Review: A Way Out

It's very unusual for a game to be so reliant on co-op that there's absolutely no way of playing it without another...

Review: Far Cry 5

Another Far Cry, another huge open world to explore, another bunch of crazy people to get rid of. The formula for Far...

This Week’s PS Store Update

There's some interesting looking games this week on the Playstation store, so we'll hand over to the guys who do this better...

Review: TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge

‘Let’s do a motorbike racing game’ they said. ‘Oh it’s tough’ they said, ‘challenging - they’re more difficult than cars plus it’s...

April’s Free Games Preview

There’s no April fools with the games this month - following on from a monster March, there is a very good selection...

Board Game Review: Carcosa

It's incredibly easy to pass Carcosa off as just another Carcassonne clone. You lay tiles in such a way that the various...

Review: Burnout Paradise Remastered

10 years ago Burnout Paradise was a fantastic game. The speed, the handling, the fun, the addictive "one more race" nature of...

Board Game Review: The Captain is Dead

Let me set the scene: you're on a space ship, and as you might have guessed from the title of the game,...

Board Game Review: Sagrada

One thing I really love about board games is the dice. Different colours, sizes, patterns, materials, they can turn an ordinary game...