By treating Sea of Thieves as a AAA game, Microsoft failed it

Sea of Thieves released in March 2018 this year and despite being a critical bomb, it has found commercial success. Just recently it was announced that five million players had taken the seas. This is very impressive. Even if some of those people are like myself, who jumped in to give it a shot on […]

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Bethesda playing nice with everyone is refreshingly glorious in 2018

Bethesda is currently one of the biggest video games developer and publisher in the world. With a slate of highly regarded IP, including RPGs like Fallout and The Elder Scrolls, First Person Shooters such as Doom and Wolfenstein, horrors like The Evil Within or something that blends multiple genres such as Rage 2 or Prey. […]

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Celebrating 500 million PlayStation consoles sold: The top 3 exclusives on each PlayStation console

Via the PlayStation Blog, it was announced that Sony has sold over 500 million PlayStation consoles worldwide. The official number is actually over 525.3 million, or two Wii Us over 500 million. It’s a truly incredible achievement and everyone who has contributed to the brand over the last few decades should be incredibly proud of […]

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Updated: Where can I get the 500 Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro in the UK and US?

To celebrate selling 500 million PlayStation consoles across a variety of devices, Sony has unveiled this very special Limited Edition PS4 Pro. You’ll get a special collector’s box, a translucent blue Dualshock 4, vertical stand, dark blue PS camera and a mono headset. The console itself is stunning. Featuring a translucent blue design with a […]

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Steep for Nintendo Switch has been seemingly cancelled

Look at our shocked face. It’s there, we promise. An inquisitive follower of the official Steep account on twitter recently asked about how the switch version was doing. The reply from the Steep official account was pretty damning as you can find below. Honestly, no one should be really shocked by this, as it’s the […]

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Fallout 76: Bethesda Gives Us An Update On The B.E.T.A
One More Tomorrow

Here comes the best time of the year… Autumn, Halloween, Hot Chocolate, Fluffy Jumpers and the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. We’ve known since E3 that Fallout 76 would be a ‘softcore survival’ game and that there would be a B.E.T.A which would support Bethesda in ironing out any bumps before its launch on November 14th, 2018. […]

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Battle Royale: Where it all Began, and Where it’s Headed Next
A deep look into the genre

Deep Roots It’s the year 1997. In the wake of an alternate World War II outcome, Japan rises from the ashes as a fascist state known as the Republic of Greater East Asia. The Republic, while purporting to research military survivalism, methodically instills fear in its citizens by kidnapping a randomly-selected group of high school […]

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The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly of Ports, Remakes, & Remasters

I don’t know about you, dear readers, but my wallet is a-hurtin’ this year. Besides all the gotta-have original games (like God of War, Detroit: Become Human, Monster Hunter: World, etc.), there is a smorgasbord of remakes, remasters, and ports just begging us to take them home. Devil May Cry HD, Shadow of the Colossus, […]

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Gran Turismo Sport update brings new cars, a new track and u-turn on microtransactions

After PS3 exclusive Gran Turismo 6 was plagued with microtransactions, including one car which costs £120, fans were absolutely relieved when series creator Kazunori Yamauchi confirmed there would be no microtransactions in the franchise’s most recent iteration. In a Q&A session with Youtube Gema Show Indo, he simply responded ‘no’ when asked whether GT Sport would […]

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NPD analyst Mat Piscatella: Gaming Industry should ‘fire toxic customers’

The NPD is well known among core gamers for producing monthly sales data for the United States of America’s gaming market. Every month via analyst Mat Piscatella and his incredibly informative Youtube channel, you’ll get a rundown of which software has performed strongly and which consoles are selling best. This also comes with analysis of […]

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Skipping school/work to game: Western culture should embrace the fabled Japanese ‘Dragon Quest Law’

There’s an incredible real life gaming legend that comes straight out of Japan. When Ni No Kuni developer collaborated with series owners and publishers Square Enix on Dragon Quest VII: Journey of the Cursed King for PS2 in 2004, two million Japanese citizens allegedly took a sick day from work to play it. This was […]

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Xbox Scarlett/Streambox Rumors: Microsoft’s continued overcomplicating of Gaming is alienating the casual market

For anyone who missed it, Thurott has the hot new scoop on what the next Xbox will be. There’ll be two options available. The first will be a traditional console, the second is set to be a streaming focused device utilizing Microsoft’s upcoming new game streaming platform. With Xbox Game Pass and Phil Spencer’s recent […]

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GAME’s UK Price gouging of the limited edition Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4 Pro console is a disgrace

UPDATE – July 24th, 2018 GAME UK now offering Limited Edition Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4 Pro standalone after fan backlash   ORIGINAL ARTICLE – July 22nd, 2018  Spider-Man fans and PlayStation fans alike rejoiced when the limited edition console bundles were announced for the upcoming PS4 exclusive Marvel’s Spider-Man. The console is beautiful and it would […]

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Fortnite microtransactions are a total rip off designed to take advantage of consumers while offering little value

Fortnite is huge right now. No matter where you’ll look, you’ll see it. Watching the World Cup Final? Griezmann has scored a penalty and is doing a Fortnite dance. Watching television before work? There’s a mother on chatting about how the game is changing her son’s personality. With news recently breaking that the game has […]

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