Ninjin: Clash of Carrots Review
Ninjin pays homage to the classic coin-operated side scrolling beat ‘em ups of yore. Is it worth the quarters?

Story When Shogun Moe steals all of the carrots from the villagers, it’s up to Ninja Warrior Rabbit Ninjin and Ninja Fox Akai to follow the thieves and reclaim the stolen treasure. Follow the villains through four worlds inspired by feudal Japan and show Shogun Moe he messed with the wrong rabbit! Gameplay Ninjin: Clash […]

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All of this week’s Final Fantasy game reveals and announcements

Square Enix has thrown out an absolute ton of Final Fantasy announcements this week. It’s almost scary. I audibly gasped at one at the very least. One made me beam with joy. In this article I’ll cover each and every one. NINTENDO SWITCH FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition – launching 2019 with full co-op […]

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Strange Brigade Review

From Oxford based Rebellion we have Strange Brigade, a very British third-person shooter with a strong tinge of Indiana Jones. Rebellion was previously best known for the Sniper Elite series which explains this title’s historical roots. This isn’t some boring historical retrospective, you’ll be fending off giant scorpions, mummies, minotaurs and pretty much any other […]

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Celebrating Team17’s 100th game: Their top ten

It’s really an immense achievement. 100 different games. From developed to published, from Arcade Pool to Leisure Suit Larry to Yooka Laylee, Team17 have been everywhere and done everything. With PLANET ALPHA they’ve hit their centenary. Over the course of 28 years, the British company has built a huge catalog, from its publishing branch which […]

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Forza Horizon 4: Gamescom Preview, gameplay and see all four seasons in action

Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to record my own gameplay for Forza Horizon 4, but thanks to DiePixelHelden on Youtube for this! What was the first thing I noticed about FH4? Look how downright beautiful it is. Even as the seasons change and the weather effects come in to play, the game absolutely shines. From the […]

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Dead Cells Review
Unforgiving. Frustrating. Wicked. Fun.

Summertime – that wonderful time between major tentpole releases. Summertime is often a chance to try and immerse yourself in your backlog, hunt down trophies or achievements that you’ve been putting off, or forget gaming altogether to spend time in the sun. This summer I found myself spending time away from my consoles, as nothing […]

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Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Is Now Backward Compatible

Critically acclaimed 2009 shooter Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is now backward compatible on Xbox One consoles! Major Nelson announced today in a tweet that the popular shooter would be available, and all DLC will also be available to purchase but it’ll also be there to download if you’ve previously purchased it. This makes […]

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Forsaken Remastered
Nightdive Studios Does It Again.

Forsaken Remastered is the latest remaster from wizard developer Nightdive Studios, the masterminds behind the Turok and Turok 2 remasters. The original Forsaken launched back in 1998 to mostly positive reviews drawn from its six degrees of movement the game offers. The question, much like was the case with the Turok remasters, is how a […]

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Gamescom: Jump Force Gets New Trailer Revealing New Fighters

Revealed during Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Bandai Namco revealed a new fighting game that sees various Shonen Jump characters across multiple Manga fighting one another. The game has been getting positive press and comes across as a successor to J-Stars Victory VS. Since its initial reveal, it has had a steady amount of updates revealed […]

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Gamescom: Xbox Game Pass Getting App & Halo: The Master Chief Collection With 4K Patch

Microsoft has announced at Gamescom that there will be a new Game Pass app that will allow players to manage their games, subscriptions, and even download games straight to their Xbox One. This is perfect for when a game is announced and you want to have it downloaded and ready to play when you get […]

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Gamescom: The Hunt: Showdown Coming To Xbox One Game Preview

The Hunt: Showdown is coming to Xbox One game preview as revealed by Crytek at Gamescom! Similar to PUBG, players can play it before it lands on Microsoft’s rivals consoles. If you don’t know what Hunt: Showdown is, it’s a competitive online monster hunting game with PVP elements. It’s set in Louisiana, with swampy areas […]

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Gamescom: The Sinking City Trailer & Gameplay Showcase

Small developer Frogwares released a trailer for its up and coming horror inspired detective game called The Sinking City! Over the Gamescom event, they’ve even showed some gameplay elements regarding a mission, adding more intrigue to this mysterious game that has a lot of interest from me. What is The Sinking City? The game takes […]

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Gamescom: Biomutant Gameplay Shown, Delayed To Summer 2019

THQ Nordic and Experiment 101 showed a new trailer for the highly anticipated open world action RPG Biomutant! In a tweet it was revealed the game would not reach it’s once believed early 2019 but instead will come some time in the summer of 2019. @biomutant from @THQNordic Summer 2019. pic.twitter.com/7tgU5xJwUj — Biomutant (@Biomutant) August […]

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Gamescom: Remedy & NVidia Show More Control!

Magnificent and under appreciated developer Remedy Entertainment teamed up with NVidia to show a new trailer for Remedy’s next game Control at Gamescom! Originally revealed at E3, Control puts the player in the role of Jesse Faden who seems to be able to manipulate the world around her using supernatural powers. The game is definitely […]

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