Batman: Arkham Knight hit stores around the world this week. Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy defined a genre and showed us a superhero game, more specifically, a Batman game could be good, nay, great! It’s a winning combination of a simple but satisfying combat system coupled with deadly stealth but most of all, being a detective with all the toys in a glorious playground. The Arkham series’ influence...[Read More]
In this special episode Me, Airaka and Marcus talk about everything that went down at the Bethesda E3 conference. Fallout 4, Dishonored 2, Doom, Fallout Shelter and more!
Action Henk is a brand new kind of racer starring none other than the titular character, Action Henk. Along with his fellow action figures, they will run, jump and butt-slide through toyworld to see who the fastest.
The Executioner is the third and final DLC for Shinji Mikami’s latest foray into psychological horror The Evil Within and it could just be me but it looks like it’s the darkest entry yet and not just because it all plays out in first person perspective. Unlike the previous 2 DLC which added to the game’s story, The Executioner plays out more like a battle arena which makes a nice...[Read More]
A great man once said: “kill as many Nazi’s as you can!” and if you’ve played any Wolfenstein you would know that great man is B.J. Blazcowicz. After a successful digital launch last week, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, the prequel to the stupendous Wolfenstein: The New Order hits brick and mortar stores from today, the 15th of May.
Thomas finally joins the Podcast. In this episode we talk about Scannable Toys, Lego games, Metin predicts Marcus’s future, Taylor Swift crashes the podcast. Please bare in mind that this is a late upload due to technical difficulties. Marcus and Thomas correctly predict what happened to Silent Hills. We share our favourite video games of all time. Also Sonic vs Mario!
You knew it was coming… It took a little time but someone’s done it. YouTuber Rajman Gaming HD has put together ALL the fatalities from Mortal Kombat X. This incredible feat includes all of the characters in the roster and the ones from the DLC. Conveniently, Rajman has even put together a very handy timestamp list so you can skip straight to your favourite character’s finishing ...[Read More]
Support for Dragon Ball Xenoverse continues with the third DLC coming some time in May and this one will nicely tie in with the upcoming Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F movie.
So Mortal Kombat X came out last week, and it’s been received pretty damn well. Ed Boon however, has already used Twitter to suggest what kind of downloadable content players can expect from the game in the near future.
Klassic fighting game Mortal Kombat launches on mobile today, landing on the Apple App Store with Google Play Store to follow. The game will be free to play and rather than being subcontracted out like some titles, Mortal Kombat X for mobile was developed by NetherRealm Studios themselves to ensure the game looks and feels just like it’s home console counterparts.
We are only an agonising week away from Mortal Kombat’s debut on the latest consoles. As if we couldn’t get even more excited, publisher Warner Bros. Games just released the official launch and just like the Who’s Next live action trailer last week, it features System of a Down’s Chop Suey but with the added bonus of actually being directed by System’s bassist Shavo O...[Read More]
At the start of 2015, gamers were given the opportunity to vote for their favourite video game music to enter Classic FM’s coveted Hall of Fame. Voting is over and the ballets have been counted and video game music had their best year yet with a record 12 pieces of music entering the Hall of Fame. Up from 8 last year which included Journey, World of Warcraft, The Elder Scrolls, Final Fantasy...[Read More]