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Ben Rayner

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If he's not saving the world from zombie hordes (yes he works in retail) Ben can found playing almost any game he can get his hands on! Hitman and Max Payne are his games of choice but don't let that fool you, he can hold his own in a game of C.O.D! He also likes Tea, Whiskey and short walks home...to his Xbox! Say Hi! I love to talk!

Review: Contrast

Style, we all love it. I'm not talking about that super uniformed style that Abercrombie & Fitch would have you chasing after with abs, blank faces, greasy strange haircuts and all the rest. No...

Review: SoulCalibur II HD

Fighting games are a hard genre to break into, not from a player's perspective of course, as although you’ll find tournaments around the world with players harder than your average coffin nail ready to...

Review: Call of Duty Ghosts

It's that time of year again, nestled snuggly between the end of the summer holidays and Christmas. I am of course talking about the triple A gaming season and more specifically the release of...

Review: Deadfall Adventures

I don't know what it is about adventure games, whether it's the chance to explore pyramids and long forgotten tombs from all corners of the world, the endless brain scratchers left to solve or...

Infinity Ward release brand new Call of Duty app

So Call of Duty Ghosts has finally landed, on this generation of consoles at least, and it looks like it could be one of the best we’ve seen from the series yet. Now that...

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag gets a bootyfull new app

Second screen functions are clearly the new craze, replacing 3D and motion controlling (well perhaps not replacing the latter) and now Ubisoft are jumping on the bandwagon, releasing a companion app for Assassins Creed...

Review – Saints Row IV: Pirates Booty DLC

Deep Silver and Volition are clearly on a mission to make Saints Row IV the most versatile sandbox game around, already offering a slew of features from the get go, we've seen a number...

Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate

Castlevania is one of those lasting game franchises which never ceases to inspire and claw its hooks of pure addiction into our very being. Every instalment has had something good to offer (Legends and...

Review – Saints Row IV Super Saints Pack

We all know Saints Row is big on crazy over the top…well, anything, and with a fresh installment that grants you super powers as you fly around town dealing with aliens, drug dealers, gang...

Rumour: Call of Duty Ghosts may just have a daring new mode

With Call of Duty Ghosts just around the corner, all the expected excitement is building, with adverts everywhere and pre-orders hitting crazy numbers. While shaping up to be pretty darn epic, there is something...

Soulcalibur II HD gets yet another fight trailer

Fighting fanatics must surely be getting excited at the prospect of Soulcalibur II HD Online hitting their Xbox 360s in the coming months. Packing all the fighters you would expect along with previous console...

Review – Saints Row IV: Enter the Dominatrix

Saints Row IV was easily the craziest installment the series has seen, with Volition clearly not holding back when shoehorning every off the wall idea and innuendo laden set piece. It's fantastic sandbox-mania, but you...

Titanfall gets a release date and Collector’s Edition

Titanfall has easily been one of the most anticipated Xbox One exclusives so far, but we've all been in the dark as to just when we can get our hands on this epic FPS from the...

Deep Silver proud to release NASCAR 14

It's no secret that while NASCAR is pretty much an US exclusive sport, it's also one of the best types of racing to transfer into the gaming world. The cars look cool and are...

Review: Girl Fight

Fighting games are a hard genre to pull off, yes the idea is simplistic enough, throw together a few interesting characters with diverse move sets and fighting styles then watch the battle cry and...

Borderlands 2 gets the GOTY treatment

Borderlands 2 is back, and just in time for christmas! Isn't that nice! For those of you who still haven't had the chance to tackle the Vault a second time around, Gearbox and 2K Games...

The Electrocutioner shocks his way into Arkham Origins

We're edging ever closer to the release of those pretty gorgeous next-gen consoles, however, there are still some treats left in store for Xbox 360 owners with the end of this month delivering one...

Castlevania Collection set to land in November

Castlevania, one of the longest running game franchises you could think of,  had somewhat of a huge revival when Konami and Mercury Steam released Castlevania: Lords of Shadow. An epic 3D platforming adventure, it...

Dark Souls II – dare you take on the Mirror knight?

If you were lucky enough to attend this year's Eurogamer at Earls Court in London, then you may have seen or indeed tried out the Dark Souls II challenge. If you tried and failed,...

Review – The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief: A Murder of Ravens

It's here. The conclusion to The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief, KingArt Games' rather spectacular point’n’click adventure has arrived. The Raven is unmasked and all I can say is this is a pretty...
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