E3 2014

Final Fantasy VII G-Bike

Remember back in the good old days when Final Fantasy weren’t just RPGs? Within the games there were always mini-games, some of them so playable that one could imagine they could be a great game just on their own. Looks Square Enix heard me because coming to touch devices is Final Fantasy VII G-Bikes.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse In A Glimpse

Most of you would probably groan then skip right past this but Dragon Ball is a something that is very close to me. The comics and cartoons kept me company through most of my younger years and when I revitied the universe later on in the games, I still get that warm fuzzy feeling inside. So here am I again, with news of a brand new entry called Dragon Ball Xenoverse.

PlayStation TV Heads West

You should see my current gaming set up – If I want to play any games with sensitive content, I have to my 21 inch TV from the bedroom downstairs then run a 10 metre HDMI cable upto my PlayStation 4. Vice versa isn’t any better either, yanking the PS4 from it’s prideful place in my entertainment unit to plonk it upstairs. Surely there’s a more practical and elegant solution...[Read More]

Nintendo, Amiibo and Super Smash Bros – Update

It was just announced today that Nintendo will be making adapters for their Wii U, allowing compatible games to play with one of their most popular controller designs! You can use your old controller, or with one of the new ones they will be releasing some time in the future – probably along with the adapters themselves. As with the Amiibo, the only announced game to be compatible at the tim...[Read More]

Uncharted 4

Sony needed to come out swininging at E3 2014. With Xbox One’s recent price cut and a strong than ever (too strong maybe?) emphasis on games, all eyes were on Sony to deliver. But when you have a first party developer like Naughty Dog in your back pocket, it’s hard not to feel confident! In a double punch including The Last of Us Remastered then Uncharted 4, Sony might’ve just de...[Read More]

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

As short as Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes was (I did it in 49 minutes!), we got a clear idea of the direction Kojima’s latest masterpiece was heading in. It was considerably darker with a more libreal approach to the traditionally stealthy game. It also sported a cleaner look making it look fresh and more inviting to newcomers. But all it is is a glimpse of what is to come.

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