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  • Microsoft’s Xbox One: Everything you need to know

    In the early hours of this morning, Microsoft unveiled its “next Xbox”, the Xbox One. The Xbox one is being dubbed by Microsoft as the “ultimate all-in-one home entertainment system”, and it’s not hard to see why. For starters, the Xbox One will work as your new TV set-top box and...
  • EA snags the Star Wars franchise

    Last month Disney closed LucasArts, the game studio that was behind most Star Wars games and there was speculation with what’s going to happen next with those games – well, we now know that EA studios DICE (they make Battlefield) and Visceral (these guys make Dead Space) will both make...
  • You’ll want to watch the gorgeous new 17min Battlefield 4 trailer to the end [Sponsored]

    EA have just released a brand new 17 minute video which is more short film than trailer. The "Fishing in Baku" video is shot entirely of in-game footage and is the first glimpse of the dramatic single player campaign in Battlefield 4. This time round Battlefield 4 contains dynamic...
  • SimCity disasters continue across US, AU, EU (updated x2)

    The launch of SimCity has been nothing short of a burning flaming mess. After a successful beta, the launch was highly anticipated and long awaited. First it was the US launch that highlighted server issues, but that didn’t stop the launch in Australia and now Europe and the issues...
  • Review: Battlefield 3

    The one thing I felt throughout all my experiences of playing Battlefield 3 was that it wasn’t quite sure what game it wanted to be. Rugged multiplayer, huge team battles, and one of the most impressive visual and audio engines in recent time were let down by a generic...
  • Review: Crysis 2

      Utilising the CryENGINE 3, the multiplatform FPS Crysis 2, is the sequel to Crytek’s PC exclusive shooter, Crysis. The Crysis whingers have been well documented, the ones that believe that Crysis has been given a lobotomy to fit in with the console market. Ignore them. While some aspects...