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Backwards Compatibility Spotlight: Call of Duty: Black Ops

The original Black Ops is my favourite game the Call of Duty series. I know that is a bold statement and many people will likely point to either Modern Warfare or Modern Warfare 2 as their favourites and I get the arguments for those games, or in fact, any of the games in the series. Except Ghosts, that was just straight up bad. But in my humble opinion, the original Black Ops had the best overall package between its campaign, multiplayer and zombies modes. Read more …

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Nintendo Aims to Create Movies

In an interview with Japanese newspaper The Asashi Shimbun, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima said that the video game giant was looking to bring their iconic (and massively profitable) stable of characters to movies. While Kimishima didn’t come out and mention the train wreck that was the 90’s Super Mario Brothers movie (I used the word awful at least four times in one paragraph to describe it), he went out of his way to say that Nintendo would be looking to keep everything in house, saying “We want to do as much as possible ourselves.” Read more …


DEAL ALERT! – Dead Island Definitive Edition upgrade for £1.80 on steam

Looking for a juicy, zombie brain coated deal?

Then look no further!

Currently on Steam, you can pre-purchase the upcoming Dead Island Definitive Edition that comes with a copy of the original Dead Island and Dead Island Riptide. Both games have been updated to include : ” Improved graphics, game models and a photo realistic lighting system with physically based shading”. Read more …


Quantum Break Review

Time is breaking, fracturing. Multiple timelines converging into one, bending the fabric of physics and causing untold destruction.

You are Jack Joyce, intimately tied to the two people that caused this to happen, brother to one, William Joyce and childhood friend of the other, Paul Serene. You are, by all accounts, a waste of potential. Outrunning anything and anyone that causes you to feel anything. That is, until Paul reaches out; he needs help with something. In all your years you have you never known Paul ask for anything. He is fiercely independent. This intrigues you, and before you know it you are drawn into a world you never wanted to be the saviour of. Read more …


Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom Review

I don’t have a history of taking things too seriously. Some people call it a character flaw, but I consider it an asset. I mean, who wants to spend their lives being a grown up when you could spend it being awesome, right? So when the chance to play a game that promised to be precisely as silly as I am, I jumped at it.

Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom opens with a dick joke. Needless to say, we were off to a good start. Read more …