LATEST NEWS ARTICLES (Last updated: 25/11/2015)
  • Sony confirm sales of PS4 surpass 30 million units, even faster then PS2!
  • Telltale Games confirms second season of A Game Of Thrones is happening
  • Sony issues a statement following claims terrorists use Playstation 4's
  • Tidbits: Life Is Strange gets physical, Fallout 4 shipments top 12 million
  • Latest video for Ubisoft's Rainbow Six: Siege shows post-release support
  • Square-Enix release a trailer for NieR: Automata, development at Platinum

    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Dark Places
    Charlize Theron stars in this thriller where she plays a Libby Day - a woman whose family was murdered at the hands of her brother when she was younger, but not all is as it seems. Here's a review.
    PS4 REVIEW: Need for Speed
    EA's Need for Speed franchise is one of the biggest racing games on the markets and current developers Ghost Games have rebooted the franchise with this years title. So does it manage to impress?
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Voices
    Talking animals in a film... it has to be a kids film right? Well, certainly not in this case as this very dark comedy is filled with gruesome murders, and a stellar performance from Ryan Reynolds.
    PS4 REVIEW: Dragon Quest Heroes
    Dragon Quest is one of the most loved RPG franchises, but this is a hack and slash game from the creators of Dynasty Warriors. Fortunately, this is a step up for the developer, and a great game.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Terminator Genisys
    Arnie is back in his signature role and this latest film acts as an alternate timeline to the original films. With Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor this film is action packed, and very entertaining.
    PS4 REVIEW: Uncharted: Nathan Drake Collection
    The Uncharted games on PS3 are among the best games we've ever seen, and now the trilogy is on PS4. It's not a straight port with massive improvements to the visuals, added game modes, and more.
    PS4 REVIEW: Disgaea 5
    This Japanese styled RPG is the latest in Nippon Ichi's long running series and while the audio visual presentation isn't pushing the PS4, it's a fantastic game to please RPG fans.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Darksiders II: Deathinitive Ed.
    While this game was released on PS3 a few years ago, the demise of THQ only months later saw the game vanish pretty quickly. Fortunately this entertaining title is being upgraded for PS4 release.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Assassin's Creed: Syndicate
    Set in London during the Industrial Revolution this latest game in Ubisoft's long-running action adventure series looks very impressive indeed. We take a look at what to expect from the game due out soon.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Firewatch
    This Indie game has been in development for some time now on PC, but at E3 this year it was announced as coming to PS4 as well. This is a gorgeous looking game which promises plenty of mystery as well.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Big Game
    Starring Samuel L. Jackson this film is the follow up to writer/director Jalmari Helander's brilliant Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale. This is a fun, family friendly action film for a fun night in.
    EA's FIFA franchise has been around for decades now and this latest game is certainly very impressive with some impressive stadiums, great player models and animations and a swag of game modes.
    PS4 REVIEW: Disney Infinity 3.0
    The first release focused on Disney characters, the second on Marvel universe and this year, tying in perfectly to the new film we have Star Wars. This is a tremendous release for gamers of all ages.
    What happens when a friend tells you that you're The DUFF. What is that? Well, that stands for Designated Ugly Fat Friend. This teenage comedy is actually pretty entertaining. We've checked out the Blu-Ray.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: That Sugar Film
    This could very well be the film that not only informs you about sugar, but ultimalte saves, or at the very least extends, your life. If you're trying to stay fit, this is essential viewing.
    PS4 PREVIEW: A Game of Thrones
    Game of Thrones has become a massive success as a HBO series, so it's little wonder there are video game adaptations. Fortunately Telltale Games have worked their magic on the franchise.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Shovel Knight
    If you were a gamer during the 8-bit era then this platform game should bring back some wonderful memories. After a successful digital release the game is soon to be released on disc at retail.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Homesman
    Directed and starring Tommy Lee Jones this is a fantastic film which focuses on the struggles of women in the Wild West. Fortunately Hilary Swank is at the top of her game and is superb in this film.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Alone With You
    It's fair to say that this is a very unique looking indie developed game which promises some old-school styled gaming, to go with the old-school graphics. Keep an eye out for this late 2015 release.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Dragon Quest Heroes
    Dragon Quest is one of the most loved RPG game franchises, but this version, being developed by Tecmo Koei, is more action based. It looks pretty spectacular so check out our preview now.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist
    We've had two feature films based on Capcom's fighting game, but this web series, which has come to Blu-Ray is a much better representation of the franchise, despite a lack of fighting.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Until Dawn
    From Supermassive Games comes this horror title which looks set to have you on the edge of your seat. With a release next week we've left this preview a little late, but check it out.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5
    It has been almost a decade since we've seen a Tony Hawk Pro Skater game on consoles, but that's about to change with an all new game, with 20-player online gameplay, due out soon.
    BLU-RAY REVIEW: Life of Crime
    What happens when a wife is kidnapped, but the husband doesn't want to pay that ransom? This film explores that theme and includes a great cast including Tim Robbins and Jennifer Aniston.
    PS4 REVIEW: MotoGP 15
    Two-wheeled racing rarely gets highlighted in video games but Milestone S.r.l. have the license for MotoGP racing, and have put together a pretty decent racer. Check out our review now.
    PS4 PREVIEW: Destiny: The Taken King
    So when is an expanion pack more then an expansion pack? Perhaps it's with a massive amount of content, or perhaps when gamers get charged near full-price for it. In any case, this looks amazing.

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