Category PC

[FEATURE] The BAFTA Game Awards 2014

The Last of Us received 10 nominations, GTA V coming close with 9, Tearaway with 8. Assassin’s Creed IV, BioShock Infinite, Super Mario 3D World, The Stanley Parable and Papers, Please all gained four nominations.


[NEWS] Watch_Dogs Release Date & New Trailer!

After months of waiting, Ubisoft have finally confirmed that Watch_Dogs will release worldwide on May 27. It will launch on PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. The Wii U edition will release at a later, unconfirmed date. Microsoft accidentally pushed an announcement trailer to the Xbox 360 Dashboard, confirming the release date. […]


The final instalment into the Arkham series, Batman Arkham Knight, has just been announced. Acclaimed studio Rocksteady have returned to raise the bar even higher with this final Arkham game by introducing a drivable Batmobile for the very first time in a new area of Gotham City that is significantly larger than Arkham City. The Batmobile […]

[REVIEW] The Lego Movie Videogame

First things first. The Lego Movie videogame is a direct tie-in to the eponymous feature film. It follows the film’s plot almost exactly so if you haven’t seen the brilliant Lego Movie yet (why not?), you’ll want to hold off playing the game until you’ve seen it. You’ll start the game mostly playing as Emmet, […]

[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 […]


10. Resogun (PS4) It perhaps says more about the disappointment surrounding the likes of Killzone: Shadow Fall and Forza Motorsport 5 that Resogun is, for me at least, the best console exclusive launch title on either the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, but that’s not to say that isn’t a mighty fun game in its […]


I understand that reviewing To The Moon in late 2013 isn’t exactly surfing the cutting edge of the cultural zeitgeist, but when thinking about the year I realised it was one of my favourites games, yet I’d never written about it. Consider this me taking the time to right that wrong. In many ways To […]


Telltale’s incredible debut season of its take on the phenomenon that is The Walking Dead set new standards for interactive storytelling; it’s memorable cast of characters, well written dialogue, unpredictable story turns and a constant stream of excruciating decisions to be made ensured that it ingrained itself into the minds of all who experienced it. […]

[REVIEW] Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

If you’re getting a shiny new Xbox One or PlayStation 4 and can only get one game for it, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag wouldn’t be a bad choice. It’s a fantastic game – whatever the platform – and while it has its flaws, it’s the best Assassin’s Creed game in a long time, if […]

[NEWS] Batman: Arkham Collection announced!

Warner Bros. Interactive have announced the Batman: Arkham Collection, which brings together all 3 Arkham games in one package. It will be released on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on November 22 in the UK. The collection contains Arkham Asylum and Arkham City as well as the recently-released Arkham Origins. Whilst Origins will be included […]

[NEWS] Bioshock Infinite – Burial at Sea launch trailer released

A new video has been released by 2K Games on YouTube, to celebrate the launch of BioShock Infinite’s new DLC launch. The following description accompanied the trailer: On the eve of Rapture’s fall from grace, Elizabeth enlists Booker DeWitt’s services in locating a lost girl. Who is this girl Sally, what does Booker know of […]

[PREVIEW] Football Manager 2014

We all want to be something we’re not. When it comes to football fans, I’d say over 90% of them would like to put themselves in the ‘hot-seat’ of their chosen club for a day, and I think this is the reason why Football Manager is so widely loved and played in the footballing community. It […]


If you were worried about your pirate adventure being short lived, you’ll be pleased to hear that Ubisoft announced today that the next installment into the Assassins Creed franchise will have a staggering 80 hours worth of content. While it will take around 20 hours to complete the main narrative of the game, lead game […]