In all and absolute honesty, this article is the one I never expected to be writing. And by never I genuinely mean, never.
Neil Young once famously sang the line, ‘it’s better to burn out, than to fade away’. As a quick opening point, if you are currently scratching your noggin questioning, ‘Neil who now?’, then this article isn’t for you…yet.
Choosing your online gaming alter-ego’s name should be a fairly simple task you’d think. Well, you’d almost certainly be wrong, and yes, I do talk from bitter experience.
As I browsed the corridors of Twitter and Facebook earlier this month it was with interest that I read what some appear to believe is a vital need for the Playstation 4 side of PS Plus to be adorned with ‘triple A’ titles as soon as possible.
Although I’ve never been the world’s biggest fan of the old unboxing vid (despite currently putting together my own inaugural Loot Crate one), I thought fans of all things Japanese and gamey might appreciate this one.
So I’ve just viewed the first actual gameplay footage from upcoming PS4 title, The Order 1886, and I have to say I’m stunned.
The first technical details for Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes have been released by Konami and it seems the PS4 version is top of the tree.
If there’s two things I’m a total sucker for in this life it’s surprise presents and geek culture.
Sony have announced a new sleeker Playstation Vita.
Those gamers keen to get to grips with Quantic Dream title, Beyond: Two Souls, better make a note of October 1 in their diaries.
Hardy PS3 gamers with a taste for the more vicious side of gaming will be headbanging in the streets today after it was announced that the Dark Souls II beta is open for registration.
It’s live action, it’s a bit dark, a tad weird and it’s got a the scariest looking clown since Pennywise grinned at us from beneath the grid in ‘It’, but it’s also a little bit cooler than you’re average trailer so cast your peepers over this! The game is set to land on our planet …