1979 The Revolution: Black Friday Review
So I start a revolution from my bed

1979 The revolution finally finds its way to consoles after being available on PC and mobile platforms. Based on the actual real life event of the 1979 Islamic revolution or ‘Iranian Revolution’. Our story follows the journey of photojournalist ‘Reza Shirazi’ as he interprets and tries to survive the events of the Iranian Revolution. Particularly that […]

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City of Brass Review
Are you shining just for me?

Overview City of Brass is a rogue like first person action title from Uppercut Games. With an Arabian Nights theme, Skyrim style two handed combat and Mirror’s Edge style movement, the game is a unique experience. It really plays into the mystical side of its Egyptian setting. Release Date: May 4th 2018 Price: $19.99 Size: […]

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Physical vs. Digital Games: The Definitive-ish Answer

While it may not inspire the same fervor as the console wars, the debate over whether it’s better to buy video games as an actual physical item or to simply download digital copies of them still inspires a huge amount of passion among gamers. Similar to how the introduction of Kindles and other e-readers supposedly […]

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Don’t miss these sweet limited time Microsoft Store offers

Xmas time is here and that usually means…  GIFTS. Don’t miss out on the new Microsoft Store offers. Find more details below:   If you are interested on any deal, just click the link, sign in and that will update the currency based on your location.   Save up to £399.99 with Surface Book 2 Mixed […]

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Suit Up For A Chicken Dinner

Starting tomorrow December 7th,  Xbox is releasing one of three Xbox exclusive customization packs for Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). The packs were announced at Paris Games Week in early November. The pack being released first is The PUBG Warrior Pack. This pack includes four items: a balaclava hat, camo t-shirt, pants and tennis shoes. These packs will be available only for a specific […]

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Loot Boxes, Microtransactions and why I think some gamers are getting very lazy

Loot Boxes are a very hot topic at the minute – there is some controversy over the microtransaction system that requires real money to be spent after a game has been purchased and if indeed this was mandatory then it really is a calculated money grab from the Game Companies. However in most cases this […]

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