Monthly Archives: February 2014

[REVIEW] Her

I felt a lot of pressure (mainly self-imposed) for my first review on the site, I wanted it to be a channelling of my essence, an un-biased yet passionate sermon on modern art, adored by masses and studied for years to come. In pursuit of the perfect subject matter I went to see the mesmerising […]

[NEWS] Xbox One Titanfall bundle & UK price cut announced!

Microsoft have officially announced a Titanfall bundle as well as a permanent price cut for the Xbox One in the UK. Previously £429, that price has been slashed down to £399. The aforementioned Titanfall bundle will also retail at £399, but will only be on sale for a limited time. This bundle contains special Titanfall […]

[FEATURE] PREDICTING ROCKSTEADY’S NEXT TITLE

With rumours and suggestions floating around the internet that Rocksteady’s next title will be revealed next month, I began speculating and hoping about what it could possibly be. Recently Rocksteady invited members of the press to see their latest title behind closed doors and were sworn to secrecy for a month, indicating we may get […]

[TRAILER] THE ORDER 1886 GETS ITS FIRST GAMEPLAY TRAILER

Ready at Dawn and Sony Santa Monica’s upcoming third person shooter exclusive to the PlayStation 4, The Order 1886, has its first gameplay trailer. The game revolves around four characters apart of a secret order of Knights tasked to keep a Steampunk Victorian London free of half bred monsters. You play as a descendent of […]

[REVIEW] Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry

Freedom Cry was released as a downloadable expansion for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag back in December, it was re-released this week as a standalone retail and digital release for PC, PS3 and PS4. Some of the best pieces of single player downloadable content in recent years have been quirky, offbeat interpretations of their core […]

[POD] #16 Everything is Awesome

There’s been a lull in new game releases but that doesn’t prevent us from having plenty to talk about! Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry, Irrational Games, PlayStation Now, the Titanfall beta and plenty more are all on the agenda, plus our thoughts on The LEGO Movie and Top Gear. Episode 16 It will also be available […]

[NEWS] NAUGHTY DOG CONTEMPLATING THE LAST OF US SEQUEL

A sequel to Naughty Dog’s masterpiece The Last Of Us may be in the works according to the game’s writer and creative director. Neil Druckmann speaking to Eurogamer revealed that the studio is considering a sequel and so have been thinking about where to go next, but also the possibility of starting fresh in the […]

[FILM REVIEW] THE LEGO MOVIE

In an industry that’s becoming bogged down with sequels, comic book adaptations and similarly unoriginal fare, you could be forgiven for anticipating a film based around LEGO as nothing more than a glorified advertisement for toys and upcoming Warner Bros films. On the face of it, The LEGO Movie is a film based on a […]

[REVIEW] MyNBA2K14: MY TEAM MOBILE

MyNBA2K14 is a companion app to the latest console basketball game by 2K Sports, but alongside it comes a free to play NBA Collectible Card Game (CCG) Called My Team Mobile. Having played a few free CCGs before I was sceptical because they normally end up using a number of cynical tricks to draw you […]

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[NEWS] Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who Outfit Revealed!

Ever since filming began on the new series not too long ago, many fans of Doctor Who have been speculating what the new Doctor – played by Peter Capaldi – will be like. To give us a glimpse of the Twelfth Doctor, the BBC have released the first official image of Capaldi wearing his costume. Check it out […]

[NEWS] JESSE EISENBERG WILL PLAY LEX LUTHOR IN BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN

The casting of Superman’s nemesis has finally be confirmed as Jesse Eisenberg with Jermy Irons also joining Zack Synder’s sequel to Man of Steel as Batman’s butler Alfred. This surprise casting announcement comes from ‘Variety’ and certainly resonates with the controversial casting decisions of director Zack Synder. The most surprising aspect of the ‘The Social […]