Red Faction Guerrilla Re-mars-tered Review
Boom! Shake, shake, shake the room!

Originally released back in 2009, Red Faction Guerrilla was the third installment in developer Volition’s Red Faction franchise. A huge change from the previous games in the series, Guerrilla moved away from being a first-person shooter to a 3rd person action adventure across an open world environment. The standout feature of the games has always […]

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The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker Review
Is the the real life? Is this just fantasy? There's been a murder, no escape from insanity.....

Overview Following on from their previous FMV (Full Motion Video) adventure titles The Bunker and Late Shift, Wales Interactive is back with D’Avekki Studios’ “Lovecraftian Murder Mystery” The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker. Can you find the killer or will you succumb to the madness yourself? Release Date: June 5th 2018 Size: 10.64 GB Genre: […]

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Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Review
Get ready for the Shaq Attack!

OVERVIEW Back in 1994, a fighting game was released which has gone down in history (albeit unfairly) as one of the crappiest beat’em ups of the 16Bit era, and that game was Shaq Fu. Being a “one on one” fighting game meant that it was entering an already overcrowded arena, full of titles that have […]

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Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection Review
Happy Birthday to Ryu, Happy Birthday to Ryu...

OVERVIEW It’s been 30 years since Ryu & Ken first dragon punched their way into the arcades to take on the villainous Sagat, and Capcom (with the help of Digital Eclipse) is celebrating the occasion with this comprehensive compendium of Street Fighter goodness. There are 12 beautifully recreated, arcade perfect ports included, covering all the […]

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The Loot Gaming E3 Wish List 2018
From the very likely to the down right impossible, what does our team want to see at E3?

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year, As gamers keep peaking at secrets still leaking, the day’s drawing near, E3’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Who knew Andy Williams was such a huge fan of video games? Yes, here we are again, approaching the true “Holiday Season” for gamers everywhere; E3. A […]

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Rogue Aces Review
High Flyer or will it Crash and Burn?

OVERVIEW Rogue Aces is an air combat shooter which has you liberating islands from the evil forces of The Baron. Release Date: April 12th 2018 Size: 207.56 MB Genre: Arcade Shooter Developed by Infinite State Games Published by Curve Digital Limited Reviewed on PS4; Also available on PSVita and Switch. Price: £9.99/$12.99 STORY What ho […]

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Raging Justice Review
Are you ready for a Final Fight on these Streets of Rage?

OVERVIEW Raging Justice brings the scrolling beat ’em up genre of the 90’s to the modern day. Plus it’s a passion project made by ex Rare devs so you know it’s worth your attention. Release Date: May 8th 2018 Size: 1.4GB Genre: Beat’em Up Developed by MakinGames Published by Team17 Reviewed on Xbox One S; […]

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider Trailer is live now
Early leak

The new trailer for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, found by twitter user @h0x0d, dropped just moments ago on the Microsoft website, just click here to watch it. Shadow of the Tomb Raider – The End of the Beginning https://t.co/8FkdsxqdvQ — WalkingCat (@h0x0d) April 27, 2018 I won’t spoil it for you but the purely […]

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The Console War Ends….with a handshake and a whole lot of money

After months of hyperbolic rumours that Microsoft was planning to buy EA, Sega and Valve, they instead made a move that will send shockwaves through the gaming universe. Microsoft has conceded this generation’s console battle but has followed it up with a decision that will win them every console war going forward. The $500+ Billion […]

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