You Can Now Try Watch Dogs 2 for Free!

January 17th, 2017    

Starting today on the PS4, and next week on the Xbox One, you can now download Watch Dogs 2 and try the game totally free for a limited time. We reviewed the...

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LEGO City Undercover Gets an Official Trailer

January 16th, 2017    

Lego games are constantly trying to find new ways to entertain, and with Lego City Undercover it's going to be interesting to see just what cool stuff we get to enjoy this...

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For Honor’s Thin Red Path Trailer Shows the Game’s Potential

January 12th, 2017    

Ubisoft do a lot of things right, but one thing that really stands out are the trailers for their upcoming games. For Honor is no different, getting a new trailer this week...

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Get the Story Behind Ghost Recon’s Fantastic Soundtrack

January 11th, 2017    

Music can make or break a game - an otherwise great game can be totally ruined if the music isn't right, fits the wrong tone or just doesn't work with the content....

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January’s Free Games Preview

January 8th, 2017    

A selection of free games this month to hopefully remind people that all is not lost, and 2017 will be a happier year than 2016 (which was a tough one, and ranked...

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Ghost Recon’s Red Dot Trailer Suggests You Should Trust the Cat

January 6th, 2017    

There's a new Ghost Recon trailer ion the loose, and there's a lesson to be learnt: if you're a badass type who might have people trying to kill you, trust your cat....

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Hardware Review: Crucial MX300 SSD (PS4)

January 4th, 2017    

It's easy to find reviews on the Internet stating how fast SSD drives are when shoved into a PC. It's well documented that using solid state storage is a massive speed boost...

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Review: Watch Dogs 2

The first Watch Dogs game was a slow-burner; it took a fair bit of time for the game to properly kick off...

Review: Timeline – British History Edition

Think you know your history? Chances are, as much as you think you know there'll be huge gaps in terms of when...

Review: Beasts of Balance

Beasts of Balance is a physical game which is linked to a digital world. Not in the way that Skylanders or Lego...

Telltale’s Batman Shows Off Its Accolades

If you haven't played the new Batman adventure from Telltale then you're missing out on a great few episodes of true Telltale...

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Gets a New Trailer

If you're not regularly sniggering at the name of the upcoming South Park game, then you're probably not really going to enjoy...

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Launch Trailer

Clementine's back, and she's all grown up. Still kicking zombie ass though. The new series in the fantastic Walking Dead titles from...

Review: Monster Jam – Crush It

Who doesn't love monster trucks? I don't really hear much about them anymore yet I often think about how cool it would...

Review: Titanfall 2

For PlayStation gamers the wait for Titanfall has been a long one. Having been done over by the Microsoft exclusivity deal on...

Review: Big Buck Hunter Arcade

Videogames and shooting things go hand in hand. Shooting animals though is often frowned upon in most games - there's either a...

Board Game Review: Mansions of Madness (2nd Edition)

The use of apps within a board game will always be a hotly debated topic among those who play them, and while...

Ghost Recon Wildlands Trailer Looks Epic

It's been far too long since we had a Ghost Recon game, and while the latest trailer looks like the series is...

The Last of Us Part 2 Panel Discussion is Fascinating Viewing

For those who haven't heard (both of you) The Last of Us Part 2 was announced a few days back with a...