LATEST NEWS ARTICLES (Last updated: 28/6/2015)
  • Sony announce new Playstation 4; 1TB Hard Drive, lighter, lower power
  • Tidbits: Shenmue 3 funding details, Final Fantasy VII Remake vs PC port
  • It's E3 this week, and we're ready to cover ie; Sony Liveblog 11am Tuesday
  • Sony has confirmed that Uncharted Trilogy is coming to PS4 this October
  • Fallout 4 announced for PS4, no PS3 version, possible late 2015 release

    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Jupiter Ascending
    The Wachowski's always create unique films and there is no doubt that Jupiter Ascending fits into that category. The complexity may alienate some people, but we enjoyed this quite a bit.
    PS4 REVIEW: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
    Without a doubt CD Projeckt Red's monster RPG The Witcher 3 is a stunning title, and one of the first games that truly makes use of the PS4's power. This is an essential title, for adults!
    SPECIAL: 2015 E3 Show Coverage
    The 2015 E3 Show in L.A. promises to be an exciting event. While Sony is currently dominating the current generation of consoles Microsoft and Nintendo will be looking to hit back. Live Coverage.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Imitation Game
    Alan Turing isn't a household name, but should be. As a key member of the team that cracked the Enigma Code, his subsequent treatment for being gay is horrific. An amazing, essential, film.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Gambler
    Mark Wahlberg stars in this film which focuses on a mans addiction with gambling and how it affacts his life. It's well acted and a film that Mark Wahlberg fans will want to check out.
    PS4 REVIEW: Project CARS
    From Slightly Mad Studios comes this all-new racing game which looks and sounds fantastic, plays well and probably offers more customisation we have ever seen in a racing game. Impressive.
    PS4 REVIEW: Bloodborne
    From the creator of Dark Souls comes this all-new PS4 exclusive. It's not a major departure from the previous games from Hidetaka Miyazaki, but it's another cracker release worth checking out
    PS4 PREVIEW: Payday 2: Crimewave Edition
    Two years after releasing on last-gen consoles Overkill have reworked their 4-player co-op shooter for the latest hardware and as well as a boost in visuals, the release includes a tonne of DLC. A preview.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Godzilla
    Godzilla has been a part of Japanese culture for decades but also has a massive following around the globe too. Now we have a brand new game which will let you smash up cities, and Godzilla's enemies.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Star Wars: Battlefront
    With the Star Wars property being sold to Disney and a slew of new films incoming, the game rights have been given to Electronic Arts with DICE working on an all new Battlefront game.
    PS4 REVIEW: Borderlands: Handsome Collection
    This compilation includes two of the best last-gen games, Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel in one package with improved visuals, and all the DLC. This is an essential release.
    PS4 REVIEW: Ride
    Motorbike racing games are pretty rare but Italian developers Milestone have released this racing game which includes over 100 customisable motorbikes to use over multiple events. A review.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Wild Card
    While Jason Statham is starring in Fast and Furious 7 in cinemas this month, he has another film coming direct to Blu-Ray. In Wild Card he has a bodyguard trying to make a living in Las Vegas.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Gallipoli (TV mini-series)
    With ANZAC day a little over a week away there is no better time to check out this fantastic TV series which perfectly captures the horrific experience these young men went through a century ago.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Interstellar
    Director Christopher Nolan seems to do no wrong at the moment with the brilliant Dark Knight trilogy and Inception to his name. Now he's turning his hand to saving mankind as we travel to another planet.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Silicon Valley
    While not many would have seen this TV show due to it being on PayTV here in Australia, we can tell you right now it's a show based in the biggest tech centers around the globe, and it's fantastic.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: John Wick
    Keanu Reeves is back in what could be his best role since Neo in the Matrix. Here he plays a retired hitman who, well, is brought back into his former life when he is attacked by some thugs.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1
    The third Hunger Games film takes a dramatic departure from previous outings, the games are over and the rebellion is rising. This is another magnificent film given a great Blu-Ray release.
    PS4 REVIEW: The Order: 1886
    From developers Ready At Dawn, who brought us Daxter and the God of War titles on PSP, comes this all new PS4 exclusive game. Its technically stunning, but sadly lacking in some areas.
    PS4 REVIEW: Evolve
    From Turtle Rock Studios comes this online shooter which sees 4 players playing humans tracking down a monster. The twist; a fifth player can play as the monster. It's not perfect, but has fun moments.

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