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[GAMING NEWS] Far Cry Primal Officially Announced

on Tue, Oct 6, 2015 | By Tom Lynch

Ubisoft have officially announced the next entry into the Far Cry franchise, Far Cry Primal. Set in 10,000 BC players will take on the role of “seasoned hunter” Takkar, the last surviving member of his hunting tribe as he fights for survival in a world where humans aren’t at the top of the food chain. Woolly mammoths and sabre-toothed tigers roam the lands...

[REVIEW] Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance

on Sun, Oct 4, 2015 | By Bryan Dull

Developer: Nippon Ichi Software Publisher: NIS America Platform: PS4 Release Date: October 6, 2015 (US); October 16th, 2015 (EU) It has been twelve years since the first Disgaea game was introduced in early 2003. The tactical RPG series was met with high regard and since then we have seen several iterations across the Sony platforms, including its handhelds. Disgaea 5: Allegiance...

[FEATURE] Our Weekend – Issue 29

on Fri, Oct 2, 2015 | By Joseph Dodd

Many of the team return to this week’s edition of Our Weekend; their consoles have finally released them from their evil clutches! Tom Acres Sorting out a proper grown-up job (AAAAAHHHHHHH!) means gaming time has been at a premium since returning from Florida, but I’ve enjoyed what I’ve played of The Taken King so far and will make some more progress on that this...

[FEATURE] You Should Play This: The Last of Us

on Fri, Oct 2, 2015 | By Joseph Dodd

Welcome to You Should Play This, the feature in which we recommend games for you to check out that may have slipped under your radar. Chances are though this title didn’t slip under your radar, even if you haven’t actually played it then you’ll have no doubt heard of Naughty Dog’s wildly successful post-apocalyptic title: The Last of Us. Over the past month post-apocalyptic...


on Thu, Oct 1, 2015 | By Thomas Coast

Often criticised for not featuring groundbreaking changes every year and relying on the same formula, EA’s FIFA has finally undergone a revamp in its gameplay worth making a fuss about. Acceleration and pace were always key attributes in FIFA, perhaps too much so. EA already tried to make changes last year, but using players like Aubameyang and Walcott were still easy...

[REVIEW] Batman: Arkham Knight: GCPD Lockdown

GCPD Lockdown
on Wed, Sep 30, 2015 | By Tom Lynch

Ever since the pricey season pass was announced for Batman: Arkham Knight the game’s post-launch content has been struck with negativity. GCPD Lockdown, the latest piece of DLC for Arkham Knight, is the shinning example of how ludicrous Rocksteady’s approach to DLC is as it delivers a short and wasteful experience. Set after the events of the main game GCPD Lockdown...

[EDITORIAL] Just Cause 3 Hands On Impressions

on Sun, Sep 27, 2015 | By Tom Lynch

There’s no denying that no game does explosive, over-the-top, high octane action better than Just Cause. After spending 20 minutes with the upcoming third instalment in the franchise at EGX, that aforementioned statement still stands true, as Just Cause 3 packs bigger explosions, bigger guns and bigger red things to blow sky high. Straight off the bat it’s worth...