Has it really been seven whole weeks!? Seven weeks of smashing the hell out of Resogun, Don’t Starve and Battlefield 4 while contemplating how vital a decent games catalogue is to a console’s success. Incredible, I swear it only feels like six and a half.
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.
I have been cast out. Shunned and alienated by my band of brothers. Discarded beneath the long shadows of frown laden faces.
Jaw dropping…not the driving skills, nor the breakneck speeds, but, the bloody amazingly ridiculously realistic visuals.
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.
Bank robbery’s fun right? I think so, at least it looked a right laugh in Point Break.
The much derided Microsoft Points system used for purchasing online content on Xbox 360 is to be scrapped.
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 …
In a move that is sure to please a whole army of gamers, Microsoft, has said they will continue to support the Xbox 360 for ‘years’ to come regardless of the sight of the Xbox One looming large on the horizon.
Although the latest generation of games consoles are still alive and kicking the end is definitely in sight.
With the new dawn in sight, or here I suppose if Wii U is considered a viable option in the next generation of consoles, I thought it might be worthwhile to tax you on which of gaming’s previous generations has really left its mark and what made it so special?
It’s Tomb Raider Jim, but not as we know it. Ms Croft is back. Back on console, back in time and most importantly, back to her very best!