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  • By on September 25, 2013
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    Review: Turbo: Super Stunt Squad (PlayStation 3)

    Movie tie-in games. They’re the bane of the video game world, often resulting in nothing more than a mish-mash of half baked ideas and disappointment. Unfortunately, Turbo: Super Stunt Squad is not an exception to this rule.. Now, clearly I’m not the target audience for this game. Instead it’s targeting the young kids who will go along and see the Dreamworks 3D animated film which inspire more.
  • By on September 18, 2013
    Xbox
    Review

    Review: Splinter Cell: Blacklist (XBOX 360)

    Ubisoft’s second recent major release comes in the form of an all-new Splinter Cell game, Splinter Cell: Blacklist. After going rogue for a while, Sam Fisher finds himself back in the bosom of the American Government, leading a brand new black ops team known as the 4th Echelon. His first mission; prevent an international terrorist group known as ‘The Engineers’ from launching a series of more.
  • By on September 14, 2013
    Xbox
    News

    Fable Anniversary Pushed Back Until 2014

    Sad news for Xbox 360 owners and Fable alike today, as Lionhead announced Fable Anniversary has been delayed until next year. Over on the studio's official blog, Lionhead lead designer Tim Timmins wrote on the delay, "we need a little more time in order to meet our ambitions and give you, the fans, the best game possible". He continued, "it’s not easy making these decisions and I know that more.
  • By on September 11, 2013
    Nintendo
    News

    Latest Miiverse Update Makes Service More Like Twitter

    Nintendo has once again quietly updated its social networking service, Miiverse, allowing users to post from their activity feed. What this means is you're no longer required to post inside a specific community, opening up a new world of possibilities when interacting and engaging with your friends or followers. This latest update makes Miiverse more akin to Twitter, which similarly allows u more.
  • By on September 11, 2013
    Xbox
    Review

    Review: Rayman Legends (XBOX 360)

    Rayman Legends finally finds its way into the hands of gamers, and despite whatever residual rage you have over the loss of its Wii U-exclusively, you owe it to yourself to play this game. Once again taking the bare bones approach to narrative, Rayman Legends sees the Glade of Dreams overrun by devious nightmares. After sleeping for a 100 years, Rayman and his friends are woken up by Murphy, wh more.
  • By on September 9, 2013
    PlayStation
    News

    Sony Announces New Slim PlayStation Vita

    Sony has unveiled a slimmer, lighter PlayStation Vita during a press conference event ahead of the Tokyo Game Show. The revised handheld boasts a width of only 15mm and total weight of a mere 219g, making it 20 percent thinner and 15 percent lighter than the current Vita model. The handheld will also enjoy 1GB of on-board memory. What's more, the "Vita-light" will be available in a variety o more.
  • By on September 3, 2013
    PC
    News

    The Legend of Zelda, Secret of Mana Inspired Project Phoenix

    In what can only be considered the next major Kickstarter success story, Japanese indie game Project Phoenix smashed its humble funding amount of $100,000 in a mere eight hours. So what's moved so many gamers from all corners of the planet to take notice, pledging not only their support but their money, of Kickstarter's "first Japan-based video game project"? For one, it's the immense talent more.
  • By on August 21, 2013
    PlayStation
    News

    Sony Announces PlayStation 4 Release Date

    Sony overnight has announced the release date for its next generation console, PlayStation 4. The console will launch November 15 in North America, and November 29 in Europe and Australia. Over one million PlayStation 4 preorders have already been taken, Sony's Andrew House cites. In addition to this, Sony has let slip the list of game it expects to be available for the console by the end of more.
  • By on August 20, 2013
    Xbox
    News

    Xbox One Will Launch with Over 20 Games

    When Microsoft's next generation console Xbox One launches this November, it will do so with over twenty games available from day one. The list, released over on the platform holder's official website, includes a number of high-profile third party games such as Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts, as well as Xbox One exclusives Dead Rising 3 and Crimson Dragon. So what are more.
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