E3: Nintendo Media Briefing

Welcome to the Nintendo Media Briefing at E3 2013. Nintendo decided that it was not worth it to go all in this year with a big stage at E3 – but they did broadcast a Nintendo Direct to tell their fans about their upcoming games. Join in for our opinion on their media briefing – […]

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E3: Ubisoft Media Briefing

Welcome to the Ubisoft Media Briefing at E3 2013. Ubisoft is ready to show us some more games set in the Tom Clancy universe, more Rayman and more details on the anticipated game Watch_Dogs. Join in for our opinion on their media briefing – note that some stuff is not mentioned as I focused on […]

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Consensual Hallucination

A recent study completed by Nottingham Trent University (soon to be published in the International Journal of Cyber Behaviour, Psychology and Learning) has shone a bright light into the darkest corners of our gaming minds and discovered that those of us who live and breathe video games are having some trouble disconnecting when we hit […]

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Star Trek review

Developed by Digital Extremes, can another chapter in the Star Trek universe go beyond where no-one has gone before? The story itself takes place between the two films. While trying to speed up terraforming New Vulcan, those responsible unknowingly opened a tear in space, unleashing another enemy into the Federation. Known as the Gorn, the […]

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Defiance review

We witness groundbreaking territory as Trion Worlds attempt to make a collaboration work between a TV series and a video game in the form of the first free MMO on consoles. Consoles haven’t really been suited to MMOs. The Xbox 360 has only been a home for two MMOs so far and both of those […]

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Crysis 3 review

The demo blew me away with how immersive it was (I played a demo of Crysis 3 at Pan Vision Playground), regardless of the fact that I had no idea what the actual story was about, and I had a very entertaining time. The game is polished, very aesthetically pleasing and you feel as though […]

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Gears of War: Judgement review

We travel back 14 years before Gears of War 1 to see how Baird and Cole cope with the new Locust threat that has erupted from under the ground. Traditional war tactics are no longer good enough. Gears of War is one of Microsoft’s flagship franchises. After the ending of Gears of War 3, fans […]

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Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch review

Take a deep breath, and get ready to immerse yourself in a world simply brimming with delightful characters, fascinating creatures, diverse and beautiful environments – not to mention an emotional roller-coaster of a story. Ni no Kuni‘s main protagonist – Oliver – is a boy who, unlike his JRPG protagonist brothers/sisters, isn’t full of vengeful […]

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Aliens: Colonial Marines review

When a game have Michael Biehn and Lance Henriksen attached – two people who were involved in the “Aliens” movie which the game is a continuation of – they have a lot of the right ingredients for something amazing, yet they fail to utilize that potential. To be frank, whenever I see the word Aliens, […]

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Rayman Legends review

After a long absence, Rayman Origins brought Rayman out of the shadow of the Rabbids and back into his own spotlight where he belong. His platforming adventures across several consoles were extremely well-received to the point where there was a fair amount of disappointment when the sequel, Rayman Legends, was originally revealed to be a […]

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