Call of Cthulhu’s newest gameplay trailer shows off the beautifully creepy Lovecraftian world

Focus Home Interactive’s Call of Cthulhu is set to launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC on the (second) spookiest day of the year, October 30th. That means you’ll be able to spend your Halloween weekend exploring the wondrous and terrifying area of Darkwater. Playing as Private Investigator Edward Pierce you’ll have a slew of upgradeable skills in your […]

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THQ Nordic’s Acquisitions: Five IPs I’d love them to buy

THQ Nordic are currently in the process of buying up any videogame IP that isn’t nailed to the ground. They currently have a strong library of games with several incredible upcoming titles. For an overview of them all, head here. I played several at Gamescom and seen footage of the rest. Biomutant played wonderfully, Darksiders […]

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Gamescom 2018 preview: GRIP Combat Racing is not only supremely fun, it features the coolest logo of 2018

I’ll let you in on a secret: I have never been a big racing game fan. When people mention ‘classics’ like Gran Turismo, Destruction Derby, Rollcage, F-zero or Need for Speed Underground I usually just shrug and ask them if they’ve played Hogs of War. In recent years my habits have slowly been changing. Mario […]

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NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 Will Feature Michael Jordan, His Signature Free Throw Line Dunk, and possibly Microtransactions?

2K announced Tuesday morning, via press release, that NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 will be releasing October 16, 2018, for Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and PS4, for a delightful $29.99. 2K went on to announce the “cover athletes” for the title, Julius “Dr. J” Erving, Karl Anthony-Towns, Kevin Garnett, and Jason Taytum. Even more exciting, […]

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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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Neogeo Mini: The included games, pre-order details, release date, pricing, where you can get it early and more!

  This is really cool. This is really unique. This is the Neogeo Mini. It’s being branded as part plug and play console, part miniature arcade. It’s easy to see why. As it’s powered by USB it’s essentially totally portable. Plug it into your laptop or portable charger and you’re ready to go! If you […]

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New Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice trailer released

Recently I was in Cologne for Gamescom 2018. While there I played a plethora of games, ranging from bad; Shadow of the Tomb Raider, to average; Jump Force, to intriguing; Man of Medan to amazing; Biomutant, to downright unbelievably incredibly jaw drop; Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. You can read my in-depth preview from my hands […]

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Top 5 Superheroes That Deserve Their Own Game

This week marks the official release of Marvel’s Spider-Man for PlayStation 4, developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony, a day many players have been waiting for all year, if not longer. So far, the reviews for Spider-Man have been astounding – receiving an overall Metascore of 87 on Metacritic from over 100 different critic […]

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Venom’s product range is bringing the phrase ‘pick up and play’ to life

Ever since video games became a household item worldwide accessories have been a vital part of the craze. Whether that’s plastic tennis rackets, rumble packs, memory cards, charging cables, battery packs, headsets, stands or literally anything else you can think of, gamers have loved them. For good reason too, why wouldn’t we want a stand […]

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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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Rayman addition in Brawlhalla has divided the community
Is Rayman a savior?

We have Rayman in Brawlhalla! The announcement came from the official Brawlhalla twitter account on Sept 2nd 2018, introducing Rayman as a new character coming on November 6th! Brawlhalla’s Blue Mammoth Studios was picked up by Ubisoft so that is basically how this was possible. This new marriage of Ubisoft and Brawlhalla had some of […]

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Gamescom 2018: Man of Medan, Jump Force, Twin Mirror and more; Bandai Namco have found their groove

Bandai Namco brought a lot to Gamescom, from Jump Force to One Piece and everything in between, I played it all. I wasn’t able to capture any gameplay so all gameplay will be sourced elsewhere and linked with my impressions following afterward! Man of Medan Did you like Until Dawn? You’ll love Man of Medan. […]

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